Element #19 on the Periodic Table, Potassium (K) is a very soft, silvery-white, alkali earth metal.
Potassium is a simple mineral with a crucial job: helping your heart beat. A hundred thousand times a day, potassium helps trigger your heart's squeeze of blood through your body.
If you have high blood pressure, heart failure, or heart rhythm problems, getting enough potassium is especially important. Although potassium and cholesterol aren't directly related, eating a potassium-rich diet just might lower your cholesterol, too.
The Potassium ion is the precursor to all human growth hormones. With correct, Angstrom-sized Potassium supplementation, there is little need for synthetic, potentially harmful-human growth hormone (HGH) supplementation. Potassium works with Sodium, Cobalt, Oxygen, and Hydrogen on the cellular level to produce a vast array of biological transmutations - naturally producing Vitamins (an acronym for Vital Minerals) for health and well-being.
Potassium deficiencies result in lethargy, aching muscles, brain fog, and malaise, a general lack of energy and helps regulate heartbeats. Raw fruits and leafy vegetables are historically high natural sources of Potassium, but modern high-nitrate fertilizers have lowered vegetable Potassium levels, and supplementation of this most vital cellular building block is often needed for optimum health.
Neutralizes acids, restores alkaline salts in bloodstream, assists in metabolic processes, critical to cardiovascular and nerve function, assists in muscle energy, helps with muscle disorders and cramps, regulates water balance, vital in elimination of wastes.
The Minerals should be placed under the tongue (sublingually) and 1 minute should pass before the individual swallows. We recommend waiting 30 seconds to a minute before taking another mineral. This allows maximum absorption into the bloodstream and the cells.