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What Are Some Natural Sources For
Ormus Minerals?

  Most people, generally, are going to get Ormus minerals by eating the   right kind of foods that contain Ormus-rich minerals. Different foods  contain it more than others. Aloe Vera, Noni fruit,and Goji berry contain high amounts of Ormus-rich minerals as compared to other foods. 

  This material is found inside of every human being. David Hudson, a present-day alchemist who re-discovered Ormus in basalt rock in the Arizona desert, indicates that as much as 5% of the dry matter weight of our nervous system could be Ormus elements. Particularly,  Ormus   rhodium and Ormus iridium) based on Ormus extractions he conducted    on calf and pig brains. Hudson also discovered that Ormus may be ten times more abundant in human tissues than all trace minerals (e.g. zinc, copper, iodine, chromium, etc.) combined.

  The implications of all this, as it pertains to nutrition, become obvious.

 

  • What if we have been deficient in Ormus minerals? 
  • What if we have been taking the wrong kind of mineral supplements?  

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   http://www.bewellbuzz.com/superfoods/what-is-ormus/ 

 Ormus Minerals Data Reveals

We have found and collected data over a number years indicating that certain plants either mine and sequester Ormus elements within their   living cells in higher densities than other plants or concentrate them in high quantities in ways that other plants do not. This list is far from complete and very rudimentary. We can now say with relative certainty   that the following are Ormus-rich plants and edibles.

 Ormus-Rich Plants & Edibles

 Almonds

Aloe Vera

Apricot Kernels

 Barley

Bee Pollen

  • Apricot Kernels (the inner pit of the stone)
  • Bee Pollen (wild, especially from volcoanic regions)

 Bloodroot

Blue-green Algae

Carrots

Cocoa Beans

Coconut Water (wild)

  • Blue-green Algae (from Klamath Lake, Oregon)
  • Carrots (depends on the Ormus content of the soil)
  • Chamae Rose
  • Cocoa Beans (Organic Chocolate contains Ormus nickel according to MiraculeWater.com)

   

 Concord Grapes

Corn

Flax Seed Oil

Garlic

Goji Berries

  • Goji Berries (in the polysaccharides)
   

 

 Grasses & Grains

Honey

Medicinal Mushrooms

Mustard

Noni Fruit

  • Grasses and grains (if grown with diluted ocean water or with the proper fertilizer such as rice)
  • Honey (wild, especially from volcanic regions)
  • Larch Bark
  • Medicinal Mushrooms (Reishi, Cordyceps, Criolus, Fomes formentarious, Shiitake, Maitake,etc.)
  • Mustard (brown & stone ground as reported by MiraculeWater.com)

 Prickly Pear

 Royal Jelly

 Sugar Cane

  Vanilla

Wheat 

  • Propolis
  • Sheep Sorrel
  • Slippery Elm Bark
  • St. Johns Wort
  • Vanilla (whole beans)
  • Watercress
  • White Pine Bark

 Potent Sources of Ormus

While there appears to be many "free" sources of monatomic elements in this world in many of our natural "soil grown" fruits and vegetables, the most potent sources are available in glacial rock dust, volcanic rock dust, and Original Himalayan Crystal Salt . The ORMUS materials can be extracted from the air, water, rock, soil and food.

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 http://www.asc-alchemy.com/mono.html

  Matcha Tea
 

Green Tea has some Ormus in it. Matcha tea is 10 times stronger than regular green tea and it is grown in shade so may be high in ORMUS.     

Also, I don't put the plants in direct sunlight. Sunlight will give you more chlorophyll, but it doesn't but it seems to add to the level of Ormes that goes into the plant as no direct sunlight. 

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http://kivagrocery.blogspot.com/2010/06/etherium-gold-by-harmonic-innerprizes.html  

 ORMUS Minerals

 

ORMUS are minerals in the platinum group in monatomic or diatomic states that acts as super conductors and is in pretty much everything in different concentrations. ORMUS can be found in water (even distilled water) and everything that contains water, rocks, and even in the air specially during a full moon. Ormus is particularly abundant (relatively) in sea water and spring water, explaining the apparent effect of sea water/sea water extracts (sea minerals) have on plants and humans.  

 

 
 
 
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