SOARING EAGLE VENTURES PRODUCTS
Why are there such harmful metals as aluminum, cadmium,
lead, and arsenic in Mineral Toddy?
The human body contains about 70 or so elements from the periodic chart.
While we do not know what the specific function for many of these elements is
within the human biochemistry, their mere presence would indicate purpose. Further,
not all minerals are created equal.
The source of the mineral supplement is of vital importance. Minerals that
come form inorganic sources such as rocks, clays and sea water can store in
the soft tissues of the body, building up to potentially harmful levels. Plant-derived
minerals, because of their electromagnetic circuitry, cannot be stored in the
body for longer than about 6 to 8 hours, never creating a potential toxic overload.
Plant-sourced minerals have the additional ability to remove their heavy
metal counterparts. For example plant-derived aluminum is very effective in
not only cleansing the body at the cellular level but assists in removing any
metallic aluminum that might be present in the body as well. These differ greatly
from the inorganic acid leached clay products claiming to be plant derived colloidal
minerals. The easy way to spot these is the CHLORIDE content, this is the chemical
signature of the acid process used on dolomite and bentonite sea bed clay originating
in Arizona and other areas that were covered by inland seas at the end of the
last Ice age. These products are not plant derived and are potentially dangerous
due to the amounts of heavy metal released by the acid leaching process. One
such product line is labeled to warn of potential hazard for pregnant women.
Is it not true that many
of your products contain toxic levels of certain metals, and how do you justify