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Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals

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Anonymous User
Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 04:48PM
Is anybody out there familiar with the power of the ionic sulfate minerals currently being extracted from the Black Mica from the veins of Mt Fuji and being used to purify water? I ask this question because according to the person who lives next door to me being a "rockhound" makes a person an expert, and according to this person Aluminum IS NOT on the periodic table and it IS NOT the third most abundant element in the earth's crust. Also, according to this person, taking colloidal silver is extremely beneficial, as opposed to just being the scam on the natural health industry for various companies to dispose of waste.





Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/21/2012 06:49PM by Jolyon Ralph.
avatar Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 04:54PM
    
This is a scam!!!
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 05:22PM
smiling smileysmiling smileysmiling smileysmiling smileysmiling smiley What a joke. Julie, don't believe a word of it, it's utter made-up nonsense. Even the black mica veins on Mt Fuji are a joke.
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 05:31PM
Back in my hometown, our neighbor would buy sheets of sterling silver to make colloidal silver, which he would drink. He claimed he hadn't ever been sick since he started doing it. While it is true that metals can break down bacteria (hence why we use brass door knobs), I think the evidence for drinking colloidal silver is pretty weak. Plus, you might end up looking like this guy: http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/problems/medical/colloidal-silver-blue-skin.htm
Anonymous User
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 05:50PM
Again, I am looking for people who actually know something, you are clearly not one of those. Where is your documentation? I provided mine. I should have known I would run into idiots just like the one who claims aluminum IS NOT the 3rd most abundant element and that it IS NOT on the periodic table.
Anonymous User
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 05:52PM
Are there any REAL scientists on this site or just shills who come along and scream SCAM!! Lol, I provided links to the testing and documentation to back up what I'm saying here. I realize that there are a lot of you amateurs out there who think you know something, but I was kind of hoping to run across people who actually have degrees and know how to break it down. That would not be you, obviously
Anonymous User
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 06:09PM
And try that disinfo somewhere else Alfredo.

http://geology.about.com/od/minerals/ig/minpicmicas/minpicmicabiotite.htm
Most mafic-lava volcanoes are oceanic volcanoes,

It's not a good idea to come to the table unprepared.
avatar Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 06:30PM
    
This is pure BS
From Anya site

From their composition, you are adding iron to the water. Most water purification technologies are designed to remove iron from water. " Iron 1334 ppm"

http://des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/pip/factsheets/dwgb/documents/dwgb-3-7.pdf

"Adya Clarity minerals are in sulfate ionic form. This is a very strong relationship for minerals. "

"For example, if sodium fluoride is present in water, the Adya Clarity minerals will rearrange the molecules into calcium fluoride. Calcium fluoride naturally occurs in the Earth’s waterways and within our bodies. "

These two statements would tend to indicate that the solutions are Calcium sulfate (ie "hard water" that you try to get rid of by using a water softener)

The activity as a flocculant would tend to indicate that it might be a sodium hypochlorite solution (which is useful in treating water if you are in a third world country) http://www.bmj.com/content/331/7515/478

Mica is a relatively stable silicate mineral that won't produce any of the above compounds (from Mt Fuji or anywhere else - at least without adding some real nasty chemicals to it).

I would never drink anything from this product without seeing a MSDS data sheet as to what is exactly in this. They can say it's all natural, but remember arsenic is also a pure mineral product.
avatar Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 06:35PM
    
Julie, Just listen to the video you posted.I got as far as putting sulfuric acid on soil to enhance plant growth as acid breaks down all minerals. This is about the same as your Aluminum friend. Why add stuff to perfectly good, safe, tap water? This product is a scam. While my PhD is in physics, like many here we have good BS detectors. You used yours on your Aluminum friend, why not use it on this scam?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/21/2012 06:36PM by Rob Woodside.
Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 06:47PM
    
Julie,

I recommend that you google the names of the four gentlemen that have responded to your message. I think you might be in for a surprise.

Olav



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/21/2012 06:48PM by Olav Revheim.
avatar Re: Black Mica and Ionic Sulfate Minerals
August 21, 2012 07:01PM
I've removed the links because they are really not relevant to this site.

"Julie" registered an account today just to post this message. Perhaps she was surprised with the negative reaction.

I find it amusing that she accused people of being "shills". No doubt she has heard other people use this word before.

A shill is someone, usually paid for or working for a company, who pretends to be a member of the public asking questions about or praising a product.

I wonder where Julie heard this word.

This thread is most certainly closed.
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