Amazing Mineral - Natural Mineral of Bischofite (Magnesium Oil)

Approximately 300 million years ago, during the Permian geological period, the region around Poltava (a city in Ukraine) dropped some 8000 feet and was encased in a geological layer. This layer was then subjected to high pressures from tectonic and geological processes. Due to the high temperatures and incredible pressure at these depths, all that was left of these sea waters was a 30 meter layer of dried salts. This layer of mixed salts is called Bischofite, in honor of Gustav Bischof, the German geologist that made this discovery.

Amazing Mineral

The ancient crystallized waters were buried deep under the earth’s crust. Luckily, about 25 years ago, excavations uncovered a deposit of Bischofite minerals, the true minerals of the ancient sea. What makes this mineral so unique is its amazing composition. It is very rich in Magnesium (100 g/l), plus Bromine (3600 mg/l), Iodine (50 mg/l), Potassium (10 g/l), Calcium (3 g/l) and other vital micro and ultra-micro chemical elements, such as Iron, Zinc, Copper, Molybdenum, Silicon, Selenium and more. You can practically find the entire Mendeleev table in this complex mineral.

The Bischofite mineral bed in Poltava is the oldest in the world, being formed about 300 million years ago. The Bischofite Magnesium mineral of Poltava is a pure ecological mineral, with a purity concentration of 99%. It does not contain any traces of toxic minerals, such as cadmium, mercury, lead, arsenic, or bacteria that can be dangerous to your health. A distinctive feature of Poltava’s Bischofite is the bioavailability of its Magnesium, it is found in a state that makes it ready for use without any alteration. Because of the unique stability of all its mineral components, our Magnesium Bischofite does not need to be processed in any way.

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Amazing Mineral - Natural Mineral of Bischofite (Magnesium Oil)

Approximately 300 million years ago, during the Permian geological period, the region around Poltava (a city in Ukraine) dropped some 8000 feet and was encased in a geological layer. This layer was then subjected to high pressures from tectonic and geological processes. Due to the high temperatures and incredible pressure at these depths, all that was left of these sea waters was a 30 meter layer of dried salts. This layer of mixed salts is called Bischofite, in honor of Gustav Bischof, the German geologist that made this discovery.

Amazing Mineral

The ancient crystallized waters were buried deep under the earth’s crust. Luckily, about 25 years ago, excavations uncovered a deposit of Bischofite minerals, the true minerals of the ancient sea. What makes this mineral so unique is its amazing composition. It is very rich in Magnesium (100 g/l), plus Bromine (3600 mg/l), Iodine (50 mg/l), Potassium (10 g/l), Calcium (3 g/l) and other vital micro and ultra-micro chemical elements, such as Iron, Zinc, Copper, Molybdenum, Silicon, Selenium and more. You can practically find the entire Mendeleev table in this complex mineral.

The Bischofite mineral bed in Poltava is the oldest in the world, being formed about 300 million years ago. The Bischofite Magnesium mineral of Poltava is a pure ecological mineral, with a purity concentration of 99%. It does not contain any traces of toxic minerals, such as cadmium, mercury, lead, arsenic, or bacteria that can be dangerous to your health. A distinctive feature of Poltava’s Bischofite is the bioavailability of its Magnesium, it is found in a state that makes it ready for use without any alteration. Because of the unique stability of all its mineral components, our Magnesium Bischofite does not need to be processed in any way.

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