actually Im using it as its suppose to help with colon/gut issues
while discovering it there was no mention of it directly addressing pathogens like bacteria infections but more for the general population with standard intestinal problems
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Don't think I'd want to risk consuming something knowing it has mercury and fluoride in it... I think it is better to get oxygen from deep breathing...
As far as the gut, I don't see how eating trace minerals will solve gut issues...they'd get metabolized before getting down through the whole gastrointestinal tract...
Probiotics + a diet rich in fresh organic vegetables, gluten-free grains, legumes, low-sugar fruits, nuts & seeds, etc., should provide sufficient trace minerals for most healthy individuals.
Digestive enzymes may be needed if one is having difficulty with absorption.
Lyme (& associated coinfections) changes the picture, as Lyme/coinfections & the typical treatments for Lyme/coinfections tend to increase the chance that one acquires other infections (bacterial dysbiosis in the gut, candida overgrowth, h. pylori, c. diff., etc.).
These imbalances & infections in the gut require specific treatment to resolve.
Discussing this issue with a Naturopathic or Integrative Physician may help.
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