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Colloidal minerals and life extension





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Uploaded on Dec 16, 2010

You can search the metals by searching Colloidal (metal name). Some I have taken lately are Palladium, Copper, Iridium, Gold, Silver, and Platinum.

From what I've experienced and thought about it (as well as what I've read about it), here are some health benefits.

Copper helps bend the wave aspect of light (in obsition to the particle function, or "heat" of light) in order to avoid radioactive decay. This decay could be seen in the form of sunburns or rust. Copper does not rust. I.e. Coppertone sunscreen. This bending of light waves around the subject can be demonstrated scientifically in a form of invisibility ring here: I believe there is a visibility function of light (photon wave) and a heat producing part (photon particle). Basically, protects you from light waves, but not from heat. Copper in space!

Iridium helps remove plaque from the brain, allowing it to cool and produce superconductivity.

Gold has a lot of benefits, some of which I've experienced are more resilience in stretching, less craving, better digestion.

Silver is an anti-biotic.

Palladium has very little if any decay rate and is helpful in digestion, particularly, I think, because it helps fuse deuterium.

Platinum is good for your everything! Skin and hair. They are, after all, the platinum group of metals.

I'm still looking to get my hands on Ruthenium which helps the ends of damaged DNA strands rebind.

These are all metals that are found in nature. Minerals. Mix them with your vitamins.

From what I can tell, most of this metal gets peed out. It is good to dilute them in water. And most importantly, don't take my word at face value. Do research, ask around at health food stores, and don't do anything you're not comfortable with.


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