Organic and Inorganic Minerals


Organic and Inorganic Minerals

The body needs many different minerals to carry out all the functions a body is required to do. There are however two types of minerals: organic and inorganic. Between the two types, it may be easy to recognise which one does a body good.

The differences between the two types of minerals:

Organic minerals

These are living or once living and can bring life to cells. These contain carbon with their electrons spinning clockwise, just like those of the human body.

Cells can form an ionic bond with the body and can easily be broken down into materials to help with bodily function, e.g. tissue repair.

Inorganic materials

These were never living and without carbon hence are unable to bring life to cells. These cannot be broken down easily and the body treats these metals like toxins.

Their electrons spin counter clockwise being out of sync with the rest of the body.


Mother nature's water cycle

Just like our distillation process, inorganic minerals are naturally removed from water during nature's water cycle, that is, during evaporation phase from the sun, only the water itself is removed, leaving behind those inorganic chemicals.

As the water supply runs through the ground Inorganic minerals are picked up.

These inorganic, non-living minerals cannot be utilised by humans or animals hence, the inorganic minerals that pass into our drinking water cannot help us and actually can harm us.

Nature's water cycle


Inorganic minerals cause arthritis, joint pain, kidney, gallstones and many more.

This is because inorganic chemicals cannot absorb as nutrition into the cell walls and thus gets deposited elsewhere into the body causing arthritis, joint pain, kidney and gallstones and even clogged arteries. Lime (calcium carbonate) is one of these minerals (this is the main ingredient in cement!)

In a book written by Dr. Norman W. Walker, he said that if a person drank 2 pints of water a day for 70 years then this would total 4,500 gallons, estimating this water would include 200 to 300 pounds of rock, like lime, magnesium and other mineral deposits that the body cannot use. He does state, that much of this would be collected by the body's water, blood and lymph systems to be eliminated through excretory channels while some would stay in the body and contributing to health problems.

The way to avoid this is by drinking distilled water.

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