Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Organic and Inorganic Minerals

MINERALS by Springreen

Minerals are characterized as:

ORGANIC - These are minerals that have been organized by photosynthesis (plant and animal based), containing organic food-based acids, such as amino acids and citric acid. For example, calcium bound to the amino acid glycinate forms the organic compound calcium glycinate.
Organic Minerals to look for:
• Calcium citrate
• Calcium glycinate
• Iron glycinate
• Magnesium amino acid chelate
• Magnesium aspartate
• Magnesium citrate
• Magnesium glycinate
• Zinc glycinate

INORGANIC - The minerals as found in soils, rocks and chemicals. Some are obtained in pure crystal powder while others are unstable alone so are available only as a salt (i.e. combined with something else). Mineral supplements often contain inorganic (rock-based) minerals as these are cheaper to produce but harder for the body to adsorb. 

Examples of Inorganic Minerals:
• Calcium carbonate
• Calcium phosphate
• Iron sulphate
• Magnesium carbonate
• Magnesium oxide
• Magnesium phosphate
• Magnesium sulphate
• Zinc sulphate

COMMENT: Every nutritive factor that has ever been isolated by scientific man from any vegetation and shown to be needed in human nutrition (except vitamin D and water) is found in Springreen Powder or Springreen Capsules. On our label we state "as found in Springreen," or as "analyzed from Springreen," or as "naturally occurring in Springreen." Our potencies are small compared to Synthetics and Crystallines, but they are in Nature's own balance. They carry their own Synergists (minerals, mineral activators, enzymes, coenzymes, amino acids, vitamins, etc.), all closely balanced and bound together by Nature. They are "alive" and ready to function without chemically upsetting Nature's delicate balance in the human body. They are not a man made chemical drug.