Chris Explains Taking Great Salt Lake Concentrate as a Trace Mineral Supplement
Powerfully concentrated liquid trace minerals; 100% in their own natural seawater: Utah’s Great Salt Lake.
On a Low Sodium diet? Most of the Sodium Chloride salt has been removed.!!
GSL Concentrate, also known as ACE, available here at EmmonsEssentialEssence.com
About Great Salt Lake Concentrate-
Low-sodium mineral drops harvested from seawater
Another version of Ormus mineral nutrition is the Great Salt Lake Concentrate version. This is powerfully concentrated low sodium mineral drops harvested from seawater in Utah’s Great Salt Lake. The seawater is placed into solar pools which undergo natural evaporation by the sun. The whole process of concentrating and purifying takes two years, and results in seawater whose natural mineral content has increased by 16, and having almost all of the sodium in the seawater dropping out of the water. The final pure product is a mightily concentrated solution of simple sea water containing all the naturally occurring stable elements in at least trace amounts.
GSL Concentrate is pure, safe, 100% Great Salt Lake water. It is unlike other Great Salt Lake products which have been diluted with fresh water.
Great Salt Lake Concentrate – 100% sea water from the Great Salt Lake - has been used worldwide. Non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan, Kosher, Halal and keto suitable, GRAS designated, safe from heavy metals.
During the 1990’s, David Hudson mentioned in his lectures that Great Salt Lake waters are an excellent source for making Ormus. The knowledge was so dear that it was held, not shared, by Ormus alchemists. Great Salt Lake Concentrate is the resource that produces Discovery in Action Ormus-Buried in the Ground.
In addition to being used in the Wet Process to make Ormus, Great Salt Lake Concentrate drops can be taken, highly diluted, as a mineral supplement.
EXPERIENCE CHANGE AND RESULTS –It contains all naturally occurring minerals and elements in at least trace amounts, allowing the body to return to optimum levels. The minerals in Great Salt Lake Concentrate drops are pure Ionic Soluble Minerals, needed to run the bodily systems. Because it is ionic soluble, the minerals carry a charge. This charge helps the body move energy, and also the communications between cells in the body. A charge also assists with reactions that occur in the body to produce energy. One drop of Great Salt Lake Concentrate carries the ability to move enough charge to light-up a light bulb -One drop.
How Much Great Salt Lake Concentrate to Take as a Supplement
Dilute in beverage or food. Enhances the flavor.
When undiluted, or in high concentration, the liquid minerals in Great Salt Lake Concentrate have a bitter and strong taste. This can be masked by diluting well in water, flavorful liquids, even food you eat. 20 drops (1ml) in a 24–36-ounce flask will diminish the taste. Most will use less drops in the water to reduce this taste or place the drops into beverages with a powerful tang. Cranberry juice or Cran-raspberry are two common choices. Others include lemonade, and the juices from apple, tomato, and coconut.
My favorite is to place 8-10 drops into a cup of coffee sweetened with natural honey with milk added. A friend commented that this mixture took the bite out of the coffee.
1-2mL (20-40 drops) daily into drinking water, coffee, other beverages, and even foods that are cooked or eaten.
The 1-2ml (20-40 drops) daily amount is based on a 150-pound body weight.
Some will base their dose on 1 drop per 5 pounds of body weight. (20 drops=1 ml)
After 6 months or so, you can choose to continue with a maintenance amount listed below.
10-20 drops every day for life.
...and this is enough. The pure Ionic Minerals in Great Salt Lake Concentrate are needed to run the bodily systems. Because it is in the ionic form, the mineral can carry a charge, which helps the body to move energy and communication within the cells of the body. One drop of Great Salt Lake Concentrate has the ability to carry a charge to a light bulb, which then lights up.
Suggestions for use include:
2ml to half a gallon (about two liters) of water for use throughout the day.
3-4 drops added to a glass of water: be guided by taste.
10 drops added to 2 cups hot water for herbal tea.
4 drops to a cup of coffee: be guided by taste (I add 8-10 drops).
40 drops (2mL) added to one gallon of filtered/distilled water to “re-mineralize” it: To replace the minerals that are lost during the filtration/distillation process.
Great Salt Lake Concentrate can be used during extended fasting.
To mimic a time-release dosing, divide the daily amount by two and take 2 times in the day. Splitting up the daily amount further can be done, although it is enough to divide the daily amount into 2 times a day. Time release dosing is a way of increasing effectiveness in oral products.
Dose: In infants, young children and pre-pubescent children
If you want to try Great Salt Lake Concentrate with an infant verify with you pediatrician.
If you want to try Great Salt Lake Concentrate for children between ages 2 till puberty, you can give 1 drop for every 5 pounds of weight. Verify with your pediatrician.
Dose: Children who have attained Puberty (sometime between age 9 and 14)
Once clear signs of puberty occur it may be a benefit to give Great Salt Lake Concentrate at the adult dose or up to the lower end of the amount for an adult. Follow your Drs. advice.
The amount generally followed in adult animals is 1 drop Great Salt Lake Concentrate for each 5 to 7 pounds of body weight. In infant, baby and very young animals, follow your veterinarian’s advice.
Mouth rinse -Add to homemade mouthwash.
The mineral-rich solution of Great Salt Lake Concentrate supplies essential minerals for strong teeth, while helping the mouth to maintain an alkaline pH.
Loose stools may, or may not, occur when beginning.
If it happens, take the lower 1ml (20 drops) daily amount or, begin with an even lower daily dose. Split the daily amount by two and take 2 times in the day, or as many sub-portions as you wish. Build up the daily amount by one drop a day until reaching the suggested amount for the body weight.
Great Salt Lake Concentrated is shelf-stable at room temperatures. It needs no refrigeration.