Archive for Minerals


Rubidium was discovered by a German scientist named Gustav Kirchhoff with Robert Bunsen in 1861. It was a soft, silvery-white metallic element that seemed to ask more questions than the two could answer, and science is still awaiting more answers.       Share the Health


We will not detain the reader here with details on the termination elements hydrogen and sulfur — Minerals for the Genetic Code paves that roadbed with maximum coverage. Clearly, hydrogen governs most termination chores. Sulfur is the fourth-most-abundant element in the body — yet it can be washed away. Share the Health


How also can we remain so indifferent to the benefits of a trace mineral rarely mentioned in commonly consulted medical literature?     Share the Health

Minerals for the Genetic Code