Germanium is one of the most dynamic new discoveries in the realm of trace elements necessary for optimum nutritional health. Germanium raises the level of activity of various organs (facilitates oxygen uptake) and helps to expel harmful pollutants and arrest germ activity. Germanium serves as an electrical semi-conductor; it helps correct distortions in the electrical fields of the body.
Germanium is still being researched for all of its possible supplementary applications. Poor immune system, low energy and cancer indicate germanium deficiencies. It is believed to act as an anti-cancer agent and is effective for viral, bacterial and fungal infections.
Symptoms of Germanium Deficiency
Cancer (breast, lung, bladder)
Softening of brain tissue
Food Sources of Germanium
1 tablespoon daily.
Distilled water and 99.8% pure minerals as per label. Germanium +/-50 parts per million.