Minerals - Distributed by Rodrigue and Sons Co., Distributor
Legendary Minerals Analysis
"The Most Imitated, But
Never Duplicated, Plant Source, Colloidal, Trace Mineral Supplement Available
for Over 90 Years."
Evaluation through subjective interpretation of individual minerals does
a disservice to not only the product but the consumer as well. BUT---having
said all of that, there is one valid use of a minerals assay, and that
is to determine if there are presumably toxic levels of particular minerals.
For those consumers who want to address that concern here is the Legendary
Minerals Current Analysis feel free to print it out. For
those consumers looking for a particular quantity of a particular mineral
for a particular reason, we suggest you seek out that individual mineral.
We hope you will bear in mind that more important than the mineral itself,
is the form that it is in.
It is important to remember when viewing this analysis, that negatively
charged natural colloidal minerals are not only harmless, but can actually
provide a health benefit. Positively charged minerals such
as aluminum, arsenic, lead and many other elements in their metallic form
or state, can accumulate in the body and pose a serious health threat.
This is why it is so important that minerals for human consumption be true
plant derived negatively ionized colloids.
Concentrated Formula in 32oz. (946ml)
Bottles = 1 month supply per person
(simply divide the result by 1000 and multiply by 946
to get the milligrams per bottle)
* mg/L = milligrams per liter
which is the liquid equivalent of ppm.
The symbol < means
Testing performed by CHEMTECH-FORD
6100 South Stratler, Salt Lake Utah 84107-6905
Note: Many companies Imitating the T.J. Clark product display a routine
lab analysis providing an approximation of elemental metal content (not
colloids), and whatever else they may be adding. These assays (including
the one displayed above) are limited in their ability to detect the very
small colloids and none of them are equipped to determine the complex form
they are in, or if they are truly plant-derived. Some even provide RDA
(recommended daily allowance) percentiles in an effort to give nutritional
credibility to their products. Putting out a list of elemental mineral
percentiles and calling them "colloids", or "plant-derived" is only a very
small part of understanding and evaluating a comparison of products. Please
refer to the bio-electronic test performed by Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp (biophysicist)
at the Kaiserlautern University in
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