The Dead Sea Stats
The elevation of the Dead Sea is about 411 meters below sea level
making it the lowest point on Earth It is overlooked by the Masada fortress and is home to a unique climate.
Its waters contain 21 minerals including calcium, magnesium, potassium and bromine. Of these 21 minerals 12 are
found in no other sea or ocean.
Comparisons of the composition of
the Dead Sea's chemical make-up to other oceans and lakes show that the Dead Sea water contains 31.5% salt. The
SO4 ion concentration is very low and the concentration of the bromine ion is the highest of all waters on
While chlorides neutralize the
majority of the calcium ions in the Dead Sea water the NaCl concentration is only 12% to 18%. The NaCl
concentration in other seas is 97%! The Dead Sea is fed by several major streams such as the River Jordan but,
like the Great Salt Lake, there is no outlet except through evaporation. The unique climate of the region allows
the water temperatures to vary from a low of about 19 degrees C in winter to a high of about 31 degrees C in
Don Nance has demonstrated that dried
Dead Sea precipitate is over 36% ORMUS/ORME using a professional assay that he has made available to the ORMUS
STATS on Minerals in your Body
95% of all bodily functions rely on minerals. Minerals orchestrate the delicate biochemistry of our bodies.
Each cell in the body has 4,000+ different types of enzymes lying dormant and just waiting to be activated. To
become active, both major and minor minerals are required in the process. Most people never fully activate all of
their enzymes because they lack the minerals required to do so.