Sea Minerals

What are Sea Minerals?

As Ocean Minerals and our blood plasma are almost chemically identical, Sea Minerals are the finest source for nutritional minerals and trace elements in nature.

You may be surprised to know that ocean water is a rich and balanced source of all minerals and trace elements in concentrations that are not only beneficial to man, but every living creature and life form on earth.

Just think of this: Our oceans support an unknown and until now, an untold number of life forms. Oceanographers claim that an astounding two million+ species are yet to be discovered. This is only made possible by the range and concentrations of elements within our ocean waters.

The resulting trace elements and minerals are ionic in nature. The microscopic particles are readily dispersed through the body’s cells. This remarkable mineral ‘soup’ has every mineral and trace element required to not only sustain life, but to promote it as well.

Are Sea Minerals High in Sodium?

Sea Minerals are sodium reduced. This reduction process is carried out naturally, utilizing the natural forces of solar evaporation and precipitation. The salty or bitter taste of Sea Minerals is attributed to the rich levels of Magnesium, Potassium and other minerals.

The daily dosage of Sodium in Sea Minerals is but a fraction of the Sodium required to maintain life. The majority of Sodium in our diets comes from use of table salt in food preparation and preservatives.

Why do we need Sea Minerals?

Things are not what they once used to be. While once rich in all of the elements needed to support life, the soil of our planet is now depleted in essential minerals and trace elements due to erosion and modern agricultural practices. High tech science has reacted by providing synthetic fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides to support mass food production across the globe.

If your food is produced in mineral-depleted soils then it is safe to assume that your food is also deficient in essential minerals and trace elements.

What are electrolytes?

It all gets back to water. Rainwater is a natural solvent that breaks down minerals into their free ionic state where they become active and electrically charged. An ion is a tiny charged molecule. An electrolyte is an ionic mineral.

Without minerals life would not be possible. Every function in the body is dependent on minerals and trace elements.

Do Sea Minerals Contain A “Full Spectrum” of Minerals?

Sea Minerals Liquid Concentrate contains all of the over 90 elements and minerals found in ocean water. In fact every element on the periodic table exists in ocean water in safe and viable concentrations.

We list below just some of the essential macro and micro elements found in Sea Minerals Liquid Concentrate:

Typical Analysis of Sea Minerals

Element Unit Content
Sodium  (Na) mg/L 21500
Potassium  (K) mg/L 19800
Calcium  (Ca) mg/L 40.9
Magnesium  (Mg) mg/L 71200
Sulfur  (S) mg/L 18000
Lithium  (Li) mg/L 8.62
Boron  (B) mg/L 221
Chloride  (Cl) mg/L 152000
Sulphate  (SO42) mg/L 61000
Sliver  (Ag) µg/l 0.01>
Aluminum  (Al) µg/l 246
Arsenic  (As) µg/l 526
Beryllium  (Be) µg/l 0.01>
Barium  (Ba) µg/l 2.64
Cadmium  (Cd) µg/l 0.60
Cobalt  (Co) µg/l 49.5
Chromium  (Cr) µg/l 42.2
Copper  (Cu) µg/l 40.9
Mercury  (Hg) µg/l 0.01>
Molybdenum  (Mo) µg/l 42.3
Nickel  (Ni) µg/l 18.2
Lead  (Pb) µg/l 13.8
Scandium  (Sc) µg/l 15.2
Selenium  (Se) µg/l 2660
Tin (Sn) µg/l 40.0
Zinc  (Zn) µg/l 443
Titanium  (Ti) µg/l 44.7
Vanadium  (V) µg/l 3.05
Gallium  (Ga) µg/l 1.23
Rubidium  (Rb) µg/l 4400
Strontium  (Sr) µg/l 109
Yttrium  (Y) µg/l 1.37
Zirconium  (Zr) µg/l 8.14
Niobium  (Nb) µg/l 0.035
Rhodium  (Rh) µg/l 0.980
Palladium  (Pd) µg/l 2.63
Indium  (In) µg/l 0.01>
Antimony  (Sb) µg/l 5.44
Tellurium  (Te) µg/l 0.768
Cesium  (Cs) µg/l 2.62
Lanthanum  (La) µg/l 0.101
Cerium  (Ce) µg/l 0.142
Praseodymium  (Pr) µg/l 0.043
Neodymium  (Nd) µg/l 0.151
Samarium  (Sm) µg/l 0.061
Europium  (Eu) µg/l 0.051
Gadolinium  (Gd) µg/l 0.096
Terbium  (Tb) µg/l 0.010
Dysprosium  (Dy) µg/l 0.195
Holmium  (Ho) µg/l 0.045
Erbium  (Er) µg/l 0.132
Thulium  (Tm) µg/l 0.017
Ytterbium  (Yb) µg/l 0.148
Lutetium  (Lu) µg/l 0.180
Hafnium  (Hf) µg/l 0.597
Tantalum  (Ta) µg/l 0.010
Tungsten  (W) µg/l 3.21
Platinum  (Pt) µg/l 0.038
Thallium  (Tl) µg/l 0.01>
Bismuth  (Bi) µg/l 0.01>
Thorium  (Th) µg/l 0.269
Uranium  (U) µg/l 33.1