TRC Minerals Sample Lab Analysis, 2006
The following TRC Minerals laboratory analysis was not cheap!
Credit to TRC Minerals for the data.
71 minerals were detected in a TRC Minerals sample tested on March 7, 2006. The sample was diluted in a volumetric flask. The chloride, fluoride, and bromide halogen compounds were analyzed via ion exchange chromatography.
Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAS) was used for mercury analysis. CVAS is a type of atomic absorption spectrometry where a vaporization step is not required because the sample is a volatile heavy metal (mercury) vapor at room temperature.
Graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry (GFAAS) was used to determine the arsenic, selenium, lead, and antimony levels. GFAAS or Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (ETAAS) are ways of quantifying elements at trace and ultra-trace levels (down to low μg/L) while using only tiny sample volumes (usually less than 100 μL).
Semi-quantitative analysis for all other elements was carried out using Inductively-coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-MS). ICP-MS is an analytical technique used to measure elements at trace levels in biological fluids.
Quantities are in parts per million (ppm or micrograms, mcg). divide by 1,000 to get the reading in milligrams, mg.
The image used from the PDF was a bit blurred, but the mineral list in the TRC Minerals sample appears to read as follows:
Apologies for any errors due to misreading.
Trace Minerals in the TRC Minerals Sample
Whatever these trace minerals do in our bodies will likely remain a mystery until scientists are funded to do the VERY LONG research needed. Don’t expect that to happen with money-hungry corporations. Hopefully, after the coming Quantum Financial System replaces the bankrupt fiat money world, future scientists and trustworthy ‘copy-and-paste technicians’ will find out how these trace elements actually work.
In the meantime, it is all ‘Um, um’ guesswork. But with the many, many testimonials out there about the fantastic life-changing benefits of having a complete spectrum of minerals in the diet, we have to put our trust in ourselves.
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Hopefully, as time goes by and more and more people are made aware of the state of farmland soils, they will put pressure on their governments to do something about farm soil remineralization. With major minerals and trace minerals back in our foods, we won't need supplements like Sizzling Minerals. In the meantime, however, Sizzling Minerals will always be available due to the vast deposits of Senonian compost in the State of Utah.