Mineral Comparisons — OmniBlue® with Pure Magnesium
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Please have a look at your mineral supplement, and check with this chart below to see how your supplement absorbs. For example, magnesium citrate is a large commercial magnesium laxative supplement utilized as a single element and included in many products as a magnesium source; please note its absorption percentage. As such you are not getting the magnesium that you need, nor all the other essential major and minor and trace elements at the same time to create mineral fulfillment and synergy in your body. Note: the chart first states the % of the mono-magnesium in the magnesium salt, then the percentage of absorption based upon that.
|Comparison of Magnesium Salts*|
|Magnesium Salt||% Elemental Magnesium||% Elemental Magnesium Absorbed||Molecular
|Milligrams of actual Elemental Magnesium per 100 milligrams of Magnesium Salt|
|OmniBlue (Pure — not a salt!)||100%||100%||24.31||100|
OmniBlue Ocean Minerals are naturally 100% electrically-charged and ionic electrolyte minerals and therefore have 100% absorption rates, with a full mineral profile . . . you decide.
Common Mineral Sources by Comparison
Inland sea minerals are collected from remnants of ancient seas millions of years old that still exist in pockets around the world. These inland seas have no supply of fresh circulation cleansing currents, nor any way to replenish itself, like a sink that you cannot unplug. Exposure to leaching rains and droughts over 5 million years affects the natural structure of the water and macro-mineral content compared to active, living ocean water. Agricultural activities from surrounding farmlands and mining are potential health risks.
Terrestrial minerals include organically bound and fulvic acid chelation and minerals derived from either a manufactured chelation of earth minerals or the uptake of minerals from plants. In either case, our fluids were born from the ocean mineral matrix and not earth; thus the complexity, balance, and perfect full-spectrum simply are not fully present in an earth-bound mineral. Plants uptake whatever they need at the time, and the minerals are far fewer and less potent than natural ocean chemistry.
Earth salts are mined usually from ancient seabeds in the mountains. As salt crystals, they contain too much sodium/salt to access the full-spectrum of minerals and adequate daily mineralization. Many millennia of climate and earth changes have changed the original composition from the full-spectrum nature of ocean water into a crystallized form containing mostly sodium. Most of the macro-minerals have evaporated out of the salt’s structure, thus imbalancing the variety and proportion of natural minerals. Earth salts are suitable additions to food seasoning, but do not by definition contain the full-spectrum minerals necessary for daily human replenishment.
Sea plasma is derived from deep-water sources of ocean water and filtered. It contains too much sodium/salt to gain the benefits of the daily mineral requirements of macro and trace minerals necessary for the functioning of your body every day.
Colloidal minerals are mined clays from earth beds and suspended in water. The molecules of clay minerals are too large to pass through cell membranes to be absorbed and effective, and they commonly contain high quantities of naturally occurring aluminum, which can be toxic and is not usually removed prior to consumption.
- Molecular weights: https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/14792 (magnesium oxide). For the other magnesium salts, click the search icon on the PubMed site and enter the name of the magnesium compound.
- Ranade VV, Somberg JC. Bioavailability and pharmacokinetics of magnesium after administration of magnesium salts to humans. Am J Ther. 2001 Sep-Oct;8(5):345-57. PMID: 11550076