Possible Commercial Applications for the use of Ionic Minerals
- As liquid trace element food supplements in their own right.
- As the re-mineralising additive to ‘purified’ water.
- As an integral part of a food supplement range chosen to allow the ideal synergistic combination of other minerals, vitamins, herbs and/or enzymes to be more easily absorbed into the bloodstream and work better.
- As a low sodium salt flavouring alternative on savoury biscuits.
- As a high energy Magnesium addition to snack bars and energy drinks.
- Animals also are ‘low’ in trace minerals so these products are added to animal foods and supplements.
- As an electrolyte replacement – if required extra Sodium and Potassium can be added.
- As a means of adding much needed, easily absorbed trace minerals to ranges of children’s foods and drinks.
- In Japan they use our partner's minerals to both flavour rice as well as preserving its shelf life after it’s been cooked. Add about a teaspoon to the water with your rice.
- Added as a fish food, Norwegian and U.S. companies are using it to raise fish. In China they have added our source's minerals to the fish bowl when fish are on last stages and they have revitalised. The same works with plants.
- As a flavour enhancer the Japanese have used the minerals in sweets, biscuits, soups etc. The minerals act as a sweetener as well as salt substitute. The Chinese use the minerals as a base in the manufacturing of their mooncakes. In Indonesia our minerals are used as a flavour enhancer for coffee – where 3 to 5 drops per cup provide for a particularly full and smooth taste thereby reducing the amount of the preferred sweetening agent.