The mineral stones consist of Sunyak stone, so it is a quartz porphyry. It contains about 40 minerals; including e.g. germanium, silicon, selenium, zinc and manganese.
What are these minerals in our body for?
- As a trace element, germanium is able to bind oxygen to itself and transport it into the finest capillaries.
- The blood flow is reduced and the blood circulation is improved.
- It binds acidifying hydrogen ions that have the tendency to damage the cells and consume the oxygen in the body.
- The entire metabolism of the cells is improved.
- The body’s own production of interferon is stimulated. (Interferons are proteins that have an immunostimulatory, but above all an antiviral and antitumour effect.)
- It helps to neutralise and excrete heavy metals such as mercury from amalgam dental fillings.
- Blood cells can be protected from radiation
- As a colloid, silicon can be better absorbed, but in this compound it has another main use: The body is cleansed of toxins of all kinds.
- It enhances fertility.
- Heart function disorders are prevented.
- It plays an important role in the production of thyroid hormones
- Head dandruff can indicate a deficiency.
- Our cells are protected from free radicals and thus also from cancer.
- The muscle cells are supplied with sufficient oxygen.
- In adolescents, a zinc deficiency can result in concentration difficulties.
- In adults, a deficiency is often manifested by a weakened immune system or problems with skin and hair.
- It is vital for the functioning of over 200 enzymes.
- A deficiency cannot be remedied overnight, but conversely, the zinc concentration in the blood drops to as low as 50 % after a main meal that is completely free of zinc.
- The structure of DNA, which stores our genetic material, is strengthened.
- As an enzyme activator, it is responsible for the production of thyroid hormones, growth hormone and cortisol – an anti-inflammatory stress hormone.
- The production of red blood cells is supported
- A concentration hormone from the pituitary gland is activated, which ensures that we are alert and awake.
- A deficiency of manganese äußert itself in the following symptoms:
- Inability to tolerate glucose
- Blood clots
- Skin problems
- Higher cholesterol
- Skeletal malformations
- Changes in hair colour
- Effects on the nervous system
Note: The beneficial properties of the minerals are a general ¨overview – not a health promise!