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Superbiomin [message #431] Mon, 26 October 2015 15:33 Go to next message
Daviddmf is currently offline  Daviddmf
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HI I am new to this forum and would like to thank the Earthcures team for their efforts and very valuable information. I have recently come across Schindele's Minerals also known as Super Biomin an Austrian rock which is pulverised into powder for plant animal and human consumption. Reading Enlivened Rock Powders by Harvy Lisle he claims that the reason it is so potent is due to its paramagnetic qualities and the same applies to certain types of clays. (as in some clays have paramagnetic qualities but not all) I would like to know if anyone on here is familiar with it? When I tried a teaspoon sample earlier today it tasted slightly sweet. It has been around for at least 3 decades and is still going strong and was half expecting to find more info on it here. But there doesn't appear to be any.
Re: Superbiomin [message #446 is a reply to message #431] Sun, 08 November 2015 09:42 Go to previous message
earthcures is currently offline  earthcures
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Hi David:

In reality, ground rock products have nothing to do with natural clays. However, I was fascinated by the Aion A ground rock product used in Switzerland. There are some interesting ground rock products out there!

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