I have made some amazing discoveries, here’s one: Micro Excelerite


At this point, these are just sort of random notes to myself about Micro Excelerite. This is not my final release – it’s a rough draft.


What if there was a product that could benefit a person with arthritic pain? What if you could take the same product, put a different label on it, and offer it as a blood-pressure stabilizer? What if the same product could benefit autism, and, well, just about everything? If someone claimed all that, I’d be very skeptical.

Which of your body’s function rely on the availability of minerals? Just about all of them? Are there minerals that can help your body detoxify? What is calcium Bentonite clay?


Of course I can’t claim to cure, prevent or treat any particular disease or condition (even though I am a licensed physician). I wonder if I am allowed to have a professional opinion? I know I can diagnose, given a proper history and examination findings.


Illustrate facts about bio-availability, chelation…

Stories about Celtic Sea Salt, Wonder Bread here or elsewhere?

The effects of chemo, cancer, osteoporosis, –of mineral deficiencies


Link to Excelerite






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