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Trace Minerals Research - Concentrace Trace Mineral Drops - 8oz
- One 8-ounce bottle of trace mineral drops
- Natural mineral concentrate extracted from the waters of Utah's Inland Sea, the Great Salt Lake
- Ultra-concentrated; 40 drops equal the mineral content of 1/2 cup sea water with 99% sodium removed
- Only 5 mg of sodium per serving
- Provides a wide spectrum of health benefits
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Top Customer Reviews
About the only problem I've ever had is from using too much. Has a laxative effect. :P
Since I began supplementing with ConcenTrace, along with my regular supplementation program, I was able to drop 11 pounds in 7 days without serious exercise - and keep it off months later. Since this product appears to contain metallic minerals rather than colloidal minerals, I plan to experiment with adding the minerals to a tsp of apple cider vinegar for an hour before then diluting into my water bottle for possibly improved mineral absorption.
I have observed my husband has dropped those last few stubborn pounds as he is no longer grazing on snacks in the afternoon. Since he began using ConcenTrace his A1C has dropped from 6.1 to 5.6 - without diabetes medications. We have finally cured his formerly very serious case of Type 2 Diabetes of 18 years. We don't make this statement lightly, we have records showing his fasting BG was 502 despite diabetes medications!
I am also adding the drops to my dogs water bowl.Read more ›
Forgive me for putting one star, I've done so to call attention to the review and to ensure it is not lost among the many other reviews, as I think I bring very valuable information. If you find it helpful, please mark it that way so others may see.
Now, I haven't consumed the product yet (it's sitting on my counter), so I can't talk on its efficacy, but I have calculated the maximum safe quantity one should use if they are concerned about the arsenic, cadmium, aluminum, etc. levels, as I was after reading a few reviews here on Amazon.
SO... If you search "Concentrace Analysis Sheet" on Google, you will find the fabled Analysis Sheet that shows the concentration levels of all the ingredients in the product (it's split into two PDFs called "ConcenTrace Analysis 1 - The Mineral Foundation" and "ConcenTrace Analysis Range Sheet 2.pdf - The Mineral Foundation"
I won't report all the values (just look them up), but the most troublesome of them is arsenic, which is present in the product at a concentration of 2.07 ppm. However, we dilute the pure product into water, so this is a higher value than you will actually be drinking. The World Health Organization recommends intake of arsenic at levels no higher than 0.01 ppm. So I did a calculation to determine how dilute the pure product must be to stay under those levels.
For those of you who don't care about the math and just want to see what the safe level of consumption is, please refer to the conclusion.
For you math oriented folk out there, I'm using a basic formula referred to as C1*V1=C2*V2 : (Concentration in one solution)*(Volume of that solution)=(Concentration in a second solution)*(Volume of that solution). You'll see below that I used a final volume of 8 ounces.Read more ›
I've been using TMR's trace mineral products for quite some time, now, along with regular bentonite clay (sodium/calcium variety) supplementation -- for maintenance purposes. When I read some negative reviews myself, I decided that I might have made a poor decision by paying the money for something I hadn't researched. Don't get me wrong; I've been witnessing some astounding changes in my body through supplementation with the liquid ConcenTrace formula. But I had to be sure of contaminants and whatever else.
So, I did some nosing around. After emailing TMR and requesting professional analytical details, I figured out that -- at least according to a government-recognized lab -- concerning contamination, ConcenTrace is just as safe to take as your common organic fruit. From experience, I'd say the levels of "contaminants" -- be they molds, metals, or chemicals -- are about the same as a double serving of wild Alaskan salmon. I'm not an expert, but it seems the amount of product tested varied between specific methods, which means I wouldn't be able to give anyone a range based on my simple understanding of the information I read. However, fish and other things seem to be tested in a very similar manner, so I made the comparison for other people who, like me, wouldn't be able to come to an exact conclusion without either a comparison or much more information of testing protocols.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Okay, would like a different lakes^ version now, Utah always bores me after not long. Nothing special about flavor, but it's impressive they got all the salt out!Published 6 hours ago by S.Bergman
I love this added to my RO water. I like that they are a source of primarily magnesium, which I find is beneficial for me in many respects.Published 1 day ago by Michael E. Brown Jr.
Love this product. Doctor ordered me to take it. One of the best things I take. Works great for a lot of things but one thing it works for is for people who sweat a lot. Read morePublished 2 days ago by M. Morris
I use this for making my toothpaste. Great product and highly recommended across the healthy web sites.Published 4 days ago by Robin Davis