Calcium is nature's most renowned structural material. Calcium is a necessary component of all living things and is also abundant in many non-living things, particularly those that help support life, such as soil and water.
Copper's major function is in catalyzing oxidation-reduction (REDOX) reactions, essential for enzymatic function.
“Copper is an ancient remedy, a gift from Mother Nature in that the human race has been using it for over eight millennia, long before they knew about germs or viruses, people have known of copper’s disinfectant powers.” - Michael G. Schmidt, Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the Medical University of South Carolina, researcher of copper in healthcare settings.
is found in red blood cells, transports oxygen from your lungs throughout your body. Iron is vital to your health and healing processes.
is the third most abundant mineral in the body. 98% of which in your body is found in your cells. Potassium is an important mineral that functions as an electrolyte. It helps regulate fluid balance, nerve signals and muscle contractions.
is crucial for your body’s repair and recovery, it helps to strengthen the connective tissues of the brain, nerve cells.
is necessary for a healthy immune system and helps stimulate activity of over 100 different enzymes. A lack of zinc can make you more susceptible to disease and illness.