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Minerals

Mineral Therapy is based upon the mineral salts Potassium phosphate, Potassium sulphate, Potassium chloride, Sodium chloride, Sodium phosphate, Sodium sulphate, Calcium phosphate, Calcium sulphate, Calcium fluoride, Magnesium phosphate, Iron phosphate and Silicon dioxide. Each of these inorganic mineral salts is made-up of positively and negatively charged elements. The positively charged element is called the 'Cation', and the negatively charged element is called the 'Anion'. Through electrical attraction these two elements are bound together to form a 'Mineral Salt'.

Science generally (and most practitioners too) only consider the role that the 'cation' plays in both health and disease, but at Active Elements® we believe that the action of the negatively charged element (the anion), is quite often, as important, or more important than that of the positively charged element (the cation).

 
Individual elements can not be introduced to the body until they have been combined to form positive and negative pairs.

 

 

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