Colloidal Minerals

What are colloidal minerals ?

Colloidal minerals are groups of mineral molecules held together by special electrical properties, dispersed or suspended in a liquid. To better understand it, when in colloidal form the minerals do not gather at the bottom at the bottle but rather they remain evenly dispersed in the water.

Colloidal minerals are able to maintain their own identity while being suspended in water. The mineral molecules will cluster together; let’s use iron as an example. In a colloid liquid, iron may group together in many different forms like ferrous fumarate, ferrous sulfate and ferrous gluconate. Having such a variety of forms of iron in the colloidal suspension will increase the absorption rate.

Colloidal minerals benefits

Minerals are the basic building blocks of our bodies. All of the electrical impulses in the body require minerals. Enzymes and hormones could not be produced without minerals and every cell in the body requires minerals to survive. Colloidal minerals are a highly bio-available form of these vital nutrients to ensure optimal absorption. Unlike tablets or capsules, colloidal minerals are in liquid form and are more easily absorbed than any mineral pill on the market.

Some of the benefits associated with supplementing colloidal minerals can include improved memory, reduced hair loss, increased energy, reduced aches and pains and a variety of other health benefits.

How are your colloidal minerals extracted ?

To extract colloidal minerals, we use the highest quality mineral-rich fulvic shale samples, which are crushed and extracted using purified water. This makes it possible for a portion of the organic matter in the fulvic shale to dissolve while remaining in ‘suspension.’

Are ionic minerals superior to colloidal minerals ?

Be wary of distributors who claim that ionic minerals are superior to colloidal minerals. In fact, all minerals have a positive or negative charge, which automatically classifies them as ionic. Furthermore, all pure fulvic acid minerals are colloids. Therefore, it is impossible for ionic minerals to be superior to colloidal since they are equal terms which can both be used to describe fulvic acid minerals. In both cases, these terms describe the same minerals that your body needs to survive.