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Do you trust your health, your family's health, and potentially your lives to a corporation, or to individuals who have devoted their lives to serving and helping others for over a decade?

YOU are much more than just a credit card number to us - we care about YOU - the individual! 

We share dedicated research & access to effective high vibe health supplements

- because knowing your options for restoring & protecting health & wellness is important.  

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Trace mineral important for bone health, metabolism, sex hormones, wound healing, and so much more!  

Boron

 10+ years!

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Upgrading people's health for

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Our SUPER POWER POWDER contains BORON,

SODIUM BICARBONATE, and DIATOMACEOUS EARTH!

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Boron Powder

$44

  • Supports heavy metal detox

  • Boosts metabolism

  • Needed for insulin production and regulation

  • Required for reproduction and development

  • Kills yeast (especially when used as boric acid for vaginal infections)

  • Improves cognitive function

  • Soothes menstrual cramps

  • Increases athletic performance

BENEFITS OF BORON

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti arthritis

  • Anti cancer

  • Reduces effects of chemotherapy

  • Improves brain function

  • Supports absorption and use of calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D

  • Improves bone health and wound healing

  • Supports production and metabolism of sex hormones including testosterone and estrogen

  • Helps osteoporosis and hyperthyroidism

  • Anti-fungal

BORON

is the 5th element on the periodic table!

 

And what a specimen it is!

This trace mineral is important for plant, animal, and human health. It is an essential component in the cell walls of plants, and is required for plant growth, seed formation, and pollination. 

 

Thus, it naturally occurs in many food sources, especially plant food. However, boron content in food depends on the levels of boron in the soil in which it was grown, which vary greatly throughout the world.

While this trace mineral is not considered an essential nutrient, boron is known to effect health! Boron increases the absorption of calcium and magnesium in the human body, is anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal, increases bone density and muscle mass, improves cognitive function, and much more!

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What is SUPER POWER POWDER?!

We offer boron in 2 forms - plain boron powder, and our SUPER POWER POWDER blend that is a mix of boron, sodium bicarbonate, and diatomaceous earth!

Our SUPER POWER POWDER (or SPP) is a means of enjoying the benefits of not one but 3 of our prime health supplements in the form of a single, convenient daily dose.The wonderful benefits of each component are synergistic with the others, and we especially recommend SPP when dealing with candida, parasites, and/or heavy metal detox!

Take just 1 tablespoon (??) of our SPP in a cup of water each morning to reap some of these rewards:

BORON

  • ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

  • BUILDS BONE DENSITY

  • PREVENTS COGNITIVE DECLINE

  • INCREASES STRENGTH

  • PREVENTS PARASITES

  • ALLEVIATES PMS & MENOPAUSE SYMPTOMS

  • AIDS WOUND HEALING

  • SUPPORTS TESTOSTERONE & ESTROGEN PRODUCTION

  • ANTI-ARTHRITIS

  • BOOSTS METABOLISM

  • SUPPORTS HEAVY METAL DETOX

  • IMPROVES SKIN & EYE HEALTH

  • ANTI CANDIDA

  • ERADICATES & PREVENTS YEAST INFECTIONS

  • ANTI DIABETES

  • ANTIBACTERIAL

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SODIUM

BICARBONATE

  • IMPROVES PH BALANCE

  • BREAKS DOWN BIOFILM

  • DIGESTION SUPPORT

  • ANTIMICROBIAL

  • ANTIFUNGAL

  • ANTI CANCER

  • ALLEVIATES SIDE EFFECTS OF CHEMOTHERAPY

  • PROTECTION FROM RADIATION AND HEAVY METAL EXPOSURE

  • HEARTBURN RELIEF

  • DELAYS FATIGUE FROM EXERCISE AND EXERTION

  • IMPROVES KIDNEY FUNCTION

  • REDUCES GAS AND BLOATING

  • PREVENTS UTIS & KIDNEY STONES

  • ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

  • SUPPORTS DETOX

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DIATOMACEOUS EARTH

  • KILLS PARASITES

  • DETOXES THE BODY

  • IMPROVES BONE, LIGAMENT, AND JOINT HEALTH

  • ENHANCES SKIN

  • SUPPORTS HAIR & NAILS

  • "SCRUBS OUT" AND ABSORBS TOXINS IN THE DIGESTIVE TRACT

  • HIGH IN SILICA

  • SUPPORTS COLLAGEN FORMATION

  • AIDS HEALTHY CHOLESTEROL LEVEL

  • REGULATES DIGESTION AND ELIMINATION

  • ENCOURAGES BETTER NUTRIENT ABSORPTION 

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What else can you do with BORON?

We are under constant chemical bombardment from our poisoned air, water, food, and pharmaceutical supply, putting more stress on the nutritionally depleted human organism ​than ever before. 

Here are a handful of the toxic culprits that strain and drain health:

BROMINE AND BROMIDES
Bromine is the 35th element on the periodic table. In reacts with all metals to form bromide. Because they are both halogens, bromine competes with iodine receptor cells in the thyroid gland. Ingesting bromide lowers your body's ability to absorb and utilize iodine. 

​Bromide is found in the pesticide methyl bromide. Under the Montreal Protocol, 160 countries recognized methyl bromide as an ozone-depleting substance, with many countries agreeing to ban it. The EPA passed regulation to end production and importation by 2001, yet 375 metric tons are still legally used each year on US crops (mostly strawberries in northern California).

Potassium bromate is added to flour to add color and strengthen to dough, allowing it to rise higher. It's present in virtually all commercial bakery products.

​Brominated vegetable oil (BVO) is added to sports drinks and sodas to suspend the flavoring in liquid. The emulsifier is in about 10% of the soda supply.  


CHLORINE
Small amounts of chlorine and chloride are required by the body, but these are toxic in large amounts. It has been linked to birth defects, cancer, reproductive disorders, stillbirth, and immune system breakdown. It also displaces iodine in the thyroid gland. Chlorinated pools and hot tubs are a source of exposure as well. Perchlorate is an environmental toxin originally developed for rocket fuels that now pollutes ground water and food supplies.

Diets high in table salt--sodium chloride--reduce the body's ability to absorb iodine. The iodine added to table salt is not the form easily assimilated by the body. Unlike table salt, unprocessed sea salts, including Celtic and Himalayan salts are not denatured by heating nor are they bleached using toxic chemicals, plus they contain a full spectrum of natural minerals. 
Nascent Iodine is a readily assimilable, safe form of iodine that is vastly superior to the iodine found in common iodized table salt. It also provides much higher levels of iodine than natural, unprocessed sea salts.


FLUORIDE
​Fluoride is a mutagen--a substance that causes genetic damage. It collects in the pineal gland, which is responsible for melatonin production, regulating puberty, and protecting the body from free radicals.

​ Fluoride is added to municipal water supplies and is widely utilized in dental products. When fluoride is added to the water supply, it winds up in processed beverages and food. 

This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease. We take pride in this fact!

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