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DOLOMITE
Dolomite

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Cramps, mineral deficiency of bones and muscles; rich source of calcium- and magnesiacarbonate, iron, silicone, Lithium ...

Description

Composition :
Capsule, 100% Dolomite - 410 mg

Part used :
Powdered stone meal

Dolomite is a prevalent mineral, especially in the Dolomites (mountain range in northern Italy) where the rocks contain roughly 90% Dolomite. Compared with other carbonate minerals, Dolomite is hardly affected by acid. The mineral contains approx. 53% calcium carbonate (40% calcium and 60% carbonate) and 34% magnesium carbonate (30% magnesium and 70% carbonate). In order to assimilate calcium into the organism, a certain proportion between calcium and magnesium is requited (typically 2 :1). The minerals contained in Dolomite represent this proportion perfectly and it is therefore ideally suited to remineralize the body (bones, muscles). It is also used to treat cramps, stress and muscle contractions.

The daily body requirements are 800mg calcium and 235mg magnesium.

History: Dolomite was discovered in the late 18th century by swiss mineralogist H.B. de Saussure who named his discovery after the french geologist Déodat de Dolomieu. Two british adventurers, Josiah Gilbert and G. C. Churchill, travelled 1856 via Linz to the Puster valley in Italy. When they encountered the craggy mountaintops they were fascinated and subsequently wrote a book (‚The Dolomite Mountains‘), which became a best seller. Ever since, this part of the Alps is called ‚Dolomites‘.

The Dolomites from the sky:

Dosage

Take 3-6 capsules daily, with plenty of water.

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