Vitamineral Earth™ is a Superfood, NOT a supplement. It is loaded with essiac herbs, flax, chia, slippery elm and over 30 other vital nutrients. It supports blood sugar, colon health, detoxification, the immune system and longevity.
Our Vitamineral Earth (Version 3.1, 100% TruGanic™*, Sacred Healing Food™) has the following ingredients:
Earth Below: Astragalus Root , Burdock Root, Nettle Root, Marshmallow Root, Yacon Root, Dandelion Root, Carrot, Ginger, Rhubarb Root
Earth Above: Red Clover Blossoms, Slippery Elm Bark, Watercress, White Oak Bark, Corn silk, Kelp, Cinnamon Bark, Blessed Thistle, Sheep Sorrel.
Earth Seeds: Sprouted Flax Seeds, Sprouted Chia Seeds, Milk Thistle Seeds.
Earth Broth: Miso, Chili Powder, Paprika, Sage Leaf. Providing essential organic sodium and grounding spices of life.
Earthbiotics: Massive array of both implantable lactobacillus species and NSOs™ (Natural Soil Organisms™)
Actual Food™ Nutrient Array: (containing 100% organically bound: Chromium, Selenium, Molybdenum, Manganese, B-Vitamins, Beta-Glucans, and all necessary cofactors)**
**Grown on saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Energetics: Shilajit + Magnetic, Homeopathic, Energetic, & Vibrational Enhancements. Magnetically sanitized and purified
*100% TruGanic: TruGanic™ is a purist, hard-core quality standard significantly beyond Organic. In addition to no pesticides being used anywhere in the growing process, TruGanic™ includes authentic standards for production, nontoxic cleaning agents and pest control, electromagnetic radiation, processing agents, additives, air quality, and actual verification of purity.
Suggested Usage: Due to the cleansing nature of Vitamineral Earth™, start with 1 teaspoon in 16-32 oz of water or juice & gradually increase to 2 or more heaping tablespoons per day. Vitamineral Earth™ can be used on its own as a grounding superfood blend, or ideally taken in the same day as Vitamineral™ Green for a balance of yin and yang.
Smoothies: Will thicken and nutrify.
Broth or Tea: Add to warm water or make a tea (virtually all natives made teas of healing herbs with hot water). Hot water tea produces a totally different flavor (with more phytonutrients). Drink all at once or throughout the day.
Savory Dishes: Add to foods such as soups, salads, dressings, casseroles, etc.