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Concentrace Trace Mineral Drops - Trace Minerals Research

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Concentrace Trace Mineral Drops

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Concentrace® Trace Mineral Drops is a natural mineral concentrate that is so concentrate that 40 drops (1/2 teaspoon) equals the mineral content of 1/2 cup sea water with 99% sodium removed. You may expect a wide spectrum of nutritional benefits. For regular or sodium restricted diets.

Label Details
Servings Per Container: 24

This product is all natural, highly concentrated, contains no added preservatives, flavors, or sweeteners and has a very strong taste. We recommend mixing it with juice or food and dividing the serving throughout the day to mask the concentrated mineral flavor. Begin regimen by taking 10 drops for 3 consecutive days. Each day thereafter, increase serving by 10 drops up to ½ teaspoon (40 drops) once or twice daily. Children age 2-3: Take 1 drop for every 5 lbs of body weight. For regular or sodium restricted diets.


Serving Size: 1/2 Teaspoon (About 40 Drops)

Amount Per Serving
Magnesium ... 250mg
Chloride ... 690mg
Sodium ... 5mg
Potassium ... 3mg
Sulfate ... 37mg
Lithium ... 395mcg
Boron ... 370mcg

Other Ingredients: Ionic sea minerals. Contains no other added ingredients.

In addition to the elements listed above, this product contains the following in naturally occurring, varying trace amounts: Bromide, carbonate, calcium, silicon, nitrogen, selenium, phosphorus, iodide, chromium, manganese, titanium, rubidium, cobalt, copper, antimony, molybdenum, strontium, zinc, nickel, tungsten, germanium, scandium, vanadium, tellurium, tin, lanthanum, yttrium, silver, gallium, bismuth, zirconium, cerium, cesium, gold, beryllium, hafnium, samarium, terbium, europium, gadolinium, dysprosium, thorium, holmium, lutetium, erbium, ytterbium, neodymium, praseodymium, niobium, tantalum, thallium, rhenium, indium and palladium, plus the other elements found in sea water. This list is in approximate descending order.