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The mineral kingdom


Minerals are the elements that comprise the entire universe, the Earth, and everything on it, including you. Your body is truly a masterpiece formed from these same elements. As such, it is important to constantly replenish your body with these minerals on a daily basis. Chemical and electrical processes are occurring within your body at every moment. These processes can only function correctly if the proper balance of minerals is continually being supplied to your system. Iron for the blood, sulfur for muscles, calcium for bones, and an aggregation of many other elements help to ensure the proper function of our body. Did you know that without minerals, vitamins are useless?





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Malnutrition does exist in developed countries


Malnutrition exist in developed countries, not because of a lack of food but of a lack of nutrients in our food.

We are living in an era of great technical progress. Regrettably, the majority of the population is consuming poor quality food grown on unhealthy soils, overexposed to chemical treatments, transformed and even irradiated to optimize their conservation. What about life ? These methods meet practical requirements for the food industry, but not those of a human body awaiting vital substances. The information that follows is not intended to frighten the reader or pushing our products as miracle solutions. No dietary supplement will ever replace a fresh and healthy diet. However, the information must be known and shared. This is Winterlånd's vocation since 10 years.






Soil healers





Productivism and food quality


The mineral content of the food we eat depends on the condition of the soil in which it is grown. Because man cannot obtain any mineral contribution by ingesting stones, it is the plants which draw the minerals from the earth. Plants capture mineral substances from the soil and store them in as ions their fluids, these substances are transmitted to us as we eat them.

We know that plants produce vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids in varying amounts. But only if they grow in a healthy soil abundant in mineral elements.

According to reports from the Earth Summit in Rio organized by the United Nations in 1992, the mineral concentration of soils dropped dramatically over the past century. Thus, North America would be at the top of the ranking with a decrease of 85%, followed by South America and Asia (76%), Africa (74%), Europe (72%) and Australia (55%). According to FAO reports, agriculture intensified its production by 130% between 1961 and 1998 on the same areas. A hectare of land therefore produces 130% more today than in 1960. This is done at the cost of considerable stress on the fields ecosystem.

In France, Claude Bourguignon, former microbiologist at the national institute of agronomic research and now independant researcher, made the same observations and declared "modern agriculture consists of managing plant pathology", he calls for an urgent need to "recapitalize the soils", a process that will take "at least 50 years".

NPK fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) which are massively used in the world provide only a fraction of the nutrients present in the soil. They give to plants the minimum required for growth and are designed for yield. The plants cultivated on this type of ground are deficient and weak, they require heavy pesticide treatments in order to protect them from an environment with which they are made to live in symbiosis. Intensive agriculture has affected the breathing cycle of the earth, the exchanges that took place naturally from the surface of the soil to its depths and vice versa are gradually breaking down. The earth becomes compact, oxygen is lacking, the nutritive substances initially in the soil are not renewed.

A farmer is paid at yield per hectare, not at the rate of nutrients present in his production. Only consumer demand for better quality food can change this situation.
The importance of soil mineralization and its effects on humans is not a new subject. Dr Alexis Carrel, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1912 declared :




 

« The earth is ailing- almost beyond repair. Since soil is the basis for all human life our only hope for a healthy world rests on re-establishing the harmony in the soil we have disrupted by our modern method of agronomy. All of life will be either healthy or unhealthy, according to the fertility of the soil, Directly, or indirectly, all foods comes from soil. » Dr Alexis Carrel





Winterlånd minerals


Ionic solutions are, as their name suggests, solutions containing free ions. Colloidal dispersions are preparations of pure water composed of small particles electrically maintained in a state of natural suspension. In both cases these materials are so small they instantly penetrate the cellular environment, even by simple contact of the liquid on the skin. Minerals in ionic and colloidal form are highly active and "ready to use" for our internal environment.

At the turn of the last century, scientists discovered that all body fluids were colloidal in nature. Our entire circulating or tissue biology is governed by osmosis / transfer phenomenons which mobilize the colloidal medium. Our blood contains about 30g of organic cellular material of all kinds for 1 liter of plasma. This constitutes the first vital colloid. The same applies to our lymph, as well as to all interstitial fluids which are also colloidal in nature.

These liquid minerals, popular in the United States (MesoSilver) as well as in France (Laboratoires Catalyons) are obtained using sophisticated electrical equipment, while adapting the methods according to the physical specificities of each mineral. Low or high voltage electrolysis, vaporization by electric arc / plasma MOT (Microwave Oven Transformer).







Marie-France Muller - 2008





Scale


When mixed with pure water, particles smaller than 1nm are considered as a solution.
Greater than 100nm, they are a dispersion.
From 1 to 100nm, they are colloidal.

1 millimeter: 1000 micron
1 micron: 1000 nanometer
1 nanometer: 10 angstroms

The fullstop « . » used in punctuation has a size of 1,000,000 nm, ie 0.001 m or 1 mm. The thickness of a hair is around 75,000 nanometers. The typical size of a human cell is 10 microns, or 10,000 nm







Gold colloids, electron beam lithography






Precautions and storage


It is not dangerous to double or triple the recommended doses. However, we ask you to respect the indicated dosage. In any case, avoid overdising over long periods of time in order to not to create any mineral imbalance. If you suffer from a mineral deficiency, overdosing will not restore balance quicker. Use a wooden or plastic spoon, do not use metal which would disturb the electric charges contained in liquids. Food supplements cannot replace a healthy diet. Keep out of reach of childrens. Do not drink from the bottle.

The different liquids can be stored away from light and at room temperature for a variable duration. Gold and Colloidal Platinum can be kept for several years without any loss of potential. Lugol can be kept for up to 3 years. Zinc and Copper, powerful anti-bacterial, can be stored up to 2 years. Iron, which is particularly sensitive to oxidation, must be used within 2 months. Other products have a shelf life of 6 months once the bottle is opened.

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The mineral kingdom


Minerals are the elements that comprise the entire universe, the Earth, and everything on it, including you. Your body is truly a masterpiece formed from these same elements. As such, it is important to constantly replenish your body with these minerals on a daily basis. Chemical and electrical processes are occurring within your body at every moment. These processes can only function correctly if the proper balance of minerals is continually being supplied to your system. Iron for the blood, sulfur for muscles, calcium for bones, and an aggregation of many other elements help to ensure the proper function of our body. Did you know that without minerals, vitamins are useless?





The Mendeleev table





Malnutrition does exist in developed countries


Malnutrition exist in developed countries, not because of a lack of food but of a lack of nutrients in our food.

We are living in an era of great technical progress. Regrettably, the majority of the population is consuming poor quality food grown on unhealthy soils, overexposed to chemical treatments, transformed and even irradiated to optimize their conservation. What about life ? These methods meet practical requirements for the food industry, but not those of a human body awaiting vital substances. The information that follows is not intended to frighten the reader or pushing our products as miracle solutions. No dietary supplement will ever replace a fresh and healthy diet. However, the information must be known and shared. This is Winterlånd's vocation since 10 years.




From Latin nutrire: nourish




Productivism and food quality


The mineral content of the food we eat depends on the condition of the soil in which it is grown. Because man cannot obtain any mineral contribution by ingesting stones, it is the plants which draw the minerals from the earth. Plants capture mineral substances from the soil and store them in as ions their fluids, these substances are transmitted to us as we eat them.

We know that plants produce vitamins, amino acids and fatty acids in varying amounts. But only if they grow in a healthy soil abundant in mineral elements.

According to reports from the Earth Summit in Rio organized by the United Nations in 1992, the mineral concentration of soils dropped dramatically over the past century. Thus, North America would be at the top of the ranking with a decrease of 85%, followed by South America and Asia (76%), Africa (74%), Europe (72%) and Australia (55%). According to FAO reports, agriculture intensified its production by 130% between 1961 and 1998 on the same areas. A hectare of land therefore produces 130% more today than in 1960. This is done at the cost of considerable stress on the fields ecosystem.

In France, Claude Bourguignon, former microbiologist at the national institute of agronomic research and now independant researcher, made the same observations and declared "modern agriculture consists of managing plant pathology", he calls for an urgent need to "recapitalize the soils", a process that will take "at least 50 years".

NPK fertilizers (nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium) which are massively used in the world provide only a fraction of the nutrients present in the soil. They give to plants the minimum required for growth and are designed for yield. The plants cultivated on this type of ground are deficient and weak, they require heavy pesticide treatments in order to protect them from an environment with which they are made to live in symbiosis. Intensive agriculture has affected the breathing cycle of the earth, the exchanges that took place naturally from the surface of the soil to its depths and vice versa are gradually breaking down. The earth becomes compact, oxygen is lacking, the nutritive substances initially in the soil are not renewed.

A farmer is paid at yield per hectare, not at the rate of nutrients present in his production. Only consumer demand for better quality food can change this situation. The importance of soil mineralization and its effects on humans is not a new subject. Dr Alexis Carrel, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1912 declared :

« The earth is ailing- almost beyond repair. Since soil is the basis for all human life our only hope for a healthy world rests on re-establishing the harmony in the soil we have disrupted by our modern method of agronomy. All of life will be either healthy or unhealthy, according to the fertility of the soil, Directly, or indirectly, all foods comes from soil. »





Claude and Lydia Bourguignon, Soil healers





Winterlånd minerals


Ionic solutions are, as their name suggests, solutions containing free ions. Colloidal dispersions are preparations of pure water composed of small particles electrically maintained in a state of natural suspension. In both cases these materials are so small they instantly penetrate the cellular environment, even by simple contact of the liquid on the skin. Minerals in ionic and colloidal form are highly active and "ready to use" for our internal environment.

At the turn of the last century, scientists discovered that all body fluids were colloidal in nature. Our entire circulating or tissue biology is governed by osmosis / transfer phenomenons which mobilize the colloidal medium. Our blood contains about 30g of organic cellular material of all kinds for 1 liter of plasma. This constitutes the first vital colloid. The same applies to our lymph, as well as to all interstitial fluids which are also colloidal in nature.

These liquid minerals, popular in the United States (MesoSilver) as well as in France (Laboratoires Catalyons) are obtained using sophisticated electrical equipment, while adapting the methods according to the physical specificities of each mineral. Low or high voltage electrolysis, vaporization by electric arc / plasma MOT (Microwave Oven Transformer).










Scale


When mixed with pure water, particles smaller than 1nm are considered as a solution. Greater than 100nm, they are a dispersion. From 1 to 100nm, they are colloidal.

1 millimeter: 1000 micron 1 micron: 1000 nanometer 1 nanometer: 10 angstroms

The fullstop « . » used in punctuation has a size of 1,000,000 nm, ie 0.001 m or 1 mm. The thickness of a hair is around 75,000 nanometers. The typical size of a human cell is 10 microns, or 10,000 nm





Gold colloids, electron beam lithography





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Precautions and storage


It is not dangerous to double or triple the recommended dosage. However, please to respect the indicated doses. In any case avoid overdosing over long periods of time in order to not to create any mineral imbalance. If you suffer from a mineral deficiency, overdosing will not restore the balance quicker. Use a wooden or plastic spoon, do not use metal which would disturb the electric charges contained in the liquids. Food supplements cannot replace a healthy diet. Keep out of reach of childrens. Do not drink from the bottle.

The liquids should ideally be stored at room temperature (~20 degrees). Gold and Colloidal Platinum can be kept for several years without any loss of potential. Lugol can be kept for up to 3 years. Zinc and Copper, can be stored up to 2 years. Iron, which is particularly sensitive to oxidation, must be used within 2 months. Other products have a shelf life of 6 months. All the products are made at demand and we keep no significant stock.





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