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Vitamins & Minerals

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vitamins and mineralsVitamins are essential for life. They are organic chemical compounds that the body must have for normal growth and good health, for metabolism and energy. The body cannot make vitamins. They must be taken daily for good health. Virtually every person in the world, young or old, has a vitamin deficiency. Vitamins address the essential needs of everyone, and must be taken for assistance in healing and regenerating the body, and a feeling of well-being. There is an increasing scientific evidence that an inadequate vitamin status is related to an increased risk of developing major chronic diseases. The American Cancer Society states, "that cancer is related to nutrition, physical activity, and other life style factors. Only 5 - 10% is hereditary."

Code Product & Qty, Price
715 Vitamin B2 1 oz. $24.95
725 Vitamin B5 1 oz. $24.95
730 Vitamin B6 1 oz. $26.95
735 Vitamin B12 1 oz. $25.95
745 Niacin 1 oz. (as Niacinamide) $24.95
785 Bone Complex with over 77 Plant Minerals 8 oz. $40.00
788 Mineral Complex 16 oz. $40.00
790 B-Complex 8 oz. $35.95
795 B-Complex 16 oz. $65.00


The majority of people do not eat nutritious well balanced diets. Our food processing today destroys much of the nutritional value in our food, because of the overuse of chemicals, preservatives, pesticides and heat treatments. Supplementation with vitamins can give our bodies a consistent supply of the essential compounds necessary for proper bodily functions. Many people also need additional supplements to help with health related problems


Realize you are not what you eat. You are what is absorbed and utilized into your cells! Since the process of digestion is a process of liquefaction, the body has to take a hard tablet, often coated with synthetic material, and turn it into a solution. This may not be possible due to many factors, such as inadequate stomach acid, food allergies, and intestinal absorption problems, or any illness where the body is in a weakened condition. Many people have a build up of old fecal matter in their intestines, therefore they are not assimilating through the small intestine as they should. The liquid extracts go right into the bloodstream, therefore utilizing the full benefit of the herbs and vitamins.

Many herbs are woody, and digesting and absorbing them can be very difficult, especially for people with weakened conditions in the body. Much of the capsule or tablet remains undigested and never gets absorbed. The chemical constituents in a liquid herbal extract have already been ?digested? and can therefore be readily absorbed into the bloodstream. Liquid herbal extracts are a much more efficient means of getting the chemical constituents out of the crude herb and into the bloodstream where they can do their healing work. Because of the widely varying amount of hard-to-digest woody fiber in various herbs and the efficiency of absorbing and assimilating liquid extracts, the liquid extracts are always highly recommended.


Our Liquid B-Complex includes the following nutritional supplements: Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folacin, Vitamin B12, Biotin and Vitamin B5.

The B-Complex vitamins are active in providing the body with energy. These vitamins are vital in the metabolism of fats and protein. The B vitamins are necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous system and may be the single most important factor for health of the nerves. They are essential for maintenance of muscle tone in the gastrointestinal tract and for the health of skin, hair, mouth and liver.

Because of the water-solubility of the B-Complex vitamins, any excess is excreted and not stored by the body. Therefore, they must be replaced daily. Many have reported an almost instant ?pick up? of energy when taking our liquid B-Complex.

The most important thing to remember is that the B vitamins work together, and therefore should be taken together. They are interrelated in function. As long as you take the B-Complex vitamins, you may take additional doses of any given individual B vitamin as long as you do not take massive doses for extended periods of time.

Stress, infections and alcohol destroy massive amounts of B vitamins. Nervous individuals and persons working under tension can greatly benefit from taking larger than normal doses of the B vitamins. Those who consume alcohol, coffee, and excessive amounts of carbohydrates require a higher intake of B vitamins for proper metabolism. The B vitamins have been used successfully in the treatment of alcoholic psychoses, drug overdoses and drug induced delirium.

An adequate dose of B-complex has been found to control migraine headaches and attacks of Meniere's syndrome. Some heart abnormalities have responded to the use of B-complex because the nerves affecting the heart need these vitamins for smooth, quiet functioning. Massive doses have been used for polio, to improve the condition of hypersensitive children and to improve cases of shingles. Children and pregnant women need extra B vitamins for normal growth.

The B vitamins are so meagerly supplied in the American diet that almost everyone lacks some of them. If a person is tired, irritable, nervous, depressed, or even suicidal, suspect a B vitamin deficiency. It is a sure sign that B Vitamins are needed when any of the following conditions exist: graying hair, hair loss, acne, or other skin troubles, poor appetite and indigestion, insomnia, neuritis, anemia, constipation, high enlarged tongue (including the buds on each side) that is shiny, bright red and full of grooves, cracks at corners of the mouth, canker sores or tender gums. There is a deficiency in our diet because the process in which food is prepared takes out the natural B vitamins, and also because of the large consumption of sugar, which destroys B vitamins.


The following is a list of possible symptoms of B Vitamin deficiencies: anemia, angina pectoris, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol level, cystitis, diabetes, hypertension, hypoglycemia, leukemia, stroke, diarrhea, alcoholism, bell's palsy, epilepsy, insomnia, meningitis, mental illness, multiple sclerosis, neuritis, parkinson's disease, vertigo, meniere's syndrome, amblyopia, cataracts, conjunctivitis, eyestrain, glaucoma, night blindness, gallstones, cystic fibrosis, hyperthyroidism, prostatis, baldness, dandruff, fever, headaches, myocardial infraction, celiac disease, constipation, diverticulitis, indigestion, worms, arthritis, bursitis, gout, nephritis, leg cramps, phlebitis, sciatica, varicose veins, cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis, common cold, emphysema, hay fever, pneumonia, canker sore, halitosis, nail growth, vaginitis, abscess, acne, bedsores, bruises, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, shingles, ulcers, pyorrhea, beriberi, cancer, edema, fatigue, overweight, stress.


Thiamin is required for proper brain and nervous system functioning, and is essential for the heart muscle. Thiamin?s ability to make energy available for the body has ramifications for the brain. Thiamine is essential for carbohydrate metabolism through its coenzyme functions. Coenzymes are ?helper molecules? which activate enzymes, the proteins that control the thousands of biochemical processes occurring in the body. The thiamine coenzyme - thiamine pyrophosphate, is the key for several reactions in the breakdown of glucose to energy. Thiamine also plays a role in the conduction of nerve impulses and in aerobic metabolism.

Deficiencies may cause fatigue, irritability, lack of concentration, depression and memory loss. A main thiamin deficiency disease is beriberi. It shows in the disorder of the nervous and cardiovascular systems. There are three types of beriberi; dry beriberi, a polyneuropathy with severe muscle wasting; wet beriberi with edema, anorexia, muscular weakness, mental confusion and ultimately heart failure; and infantile beriberi, in which the symptoms of vomiting, convulsions, abdominal distention and anorexia appear quite suddenly and may be followed by death from heart failure.


Riboflavin is essential for proper body functioning, especially as it relates to energy production. It helps in red blood cell formation, nervous system functioning, and release of energy from foods. It participates in many metabolic reactions of carbohydrates, fats and proteins and in energy production via the respiratory chain. It acts as an intermediary in the transfer of electrons in numerous essential oxidation-reduction reactions. Riboflavin is involved with an enzyme called glutathione reductase, which helps the body maintain glutathione, a major protector against free radicals. Because of this it can act as an anti-oxidant in the body. Free radicals are naturally occurring renegades that damage the body?s healthy molecules. Riboflavin coenzymes are essential for the conversion of Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) and folic acid into their coenzyme forms so they can be useful for the body. Riboflavin is essential for memory and thinking; and many chemical processes inside the body.

Deficiencies may be related to eye weaknesses, eye itching and tearing, less than normal growth in children, a red sore tongue, fissures at the corners of the mouth, itching, skin rashes (dermatitis and acne), anemia, neuropathy of the extremities (tingling, coldness and pain), and corneal ulcers.


Niacin (or niacinamide) is involved with reactions that generate energy in tissues, and in the conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins. It has two coenzymes that are essential for utilizing the metabolic energy of foods. Niacin is essential for growth and in the synthesis of hormones. High doses of Niacin can reduce serum cholesterol levels. (This should only be done under the supervision of a doctor).

Niacin is used to treat the disease, Pellagra, caused by a lack of Niacin. Symptoms are insomnia, loss of appetite, weight and strength loss, soreness of the tongue and mouth, indigestion, abdominal pain, burning sensation in various parts of the body, vertigo, headache, numbness, nervousness, easily distracted, apprehension, mental confusion and forgetfulness.


Pantothenic acid plays a key role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats and is therefore important for the maintenance and repair of all cells and tissues. It is involved in reactions that supply energy, and in the synthesis of such vital compounds that aid in the adrenal gland hormones (e.g. growth, stress and sex hormones). It also plays a vital role involved in the synthesis of fatty acids.

Deficiency symptoms include fatigue, headaches, sleep disturbances, nausea, abdominal cramps, vomiting and flatulence, gastrointestinal lesions, skin disorders, tingling in the arms and legs, muscle cramps and impaired coordination. Since alcohol interferes with the utilization of pantothenic acid, heavy drinkers have increased needs.


Pyridoxine's main function is involved in the metabolism of amino acids. It plays an important role in protein, carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. Its major functions are the production of epinephrine, serotonin and other neurotransmitters. It is involved in the synthesis of hormones and red blood cells, and is essential for immune function.

Depletion of Pyridoxine can lead to hypochromic anemia (abnormal decrease in the hemoglobin content of erythrocytes) which causes the blood to get sticky and clump together, (which may lead to a stroke or heart attack). The Vitamin B6 requirement is increased when high protein diets are consumed since protein metabolism can only function properly with the assistance of pyridoxine. Problems with amino acid metabolism, (a lack of pyridoxine), may result in poor growth, convulsions of cerebral origin, especially convulsive seizures in infants, decreased antibody formation, skin lesions, abdominal distress, vomiting, and kidney stones. Pyridoxine is used to aid asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes, radiation sickness, nausea during the early months of pregnancy, and nerve degeneration.


Biotin forms part of several enzyme systems and is necessary for normal growth and body function. It plays a key role in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. One biotin-dependent enzyme catalyses the synthesis of fatty acids; others play a critical role in energy metabolism and in the synthesis of amino acids and glucose.

Deficiency symptoms include anorexia, nausea, vomiting, mental depression, dry scaly dermatitis, anemia, hair loss, fatigue, depression, muscle pains, pale tongue.


Folic Acid (or Folate) acts as a coenzyme in numerous essential metabolic reactions. It plays an important role in the metabolism of amino acids, the constituents of proteins. It is also involved in the synthesis of the nucleic acids, the molecules that carry the genetic information in cells, as well as in the formation of blood cells and some of the constituents of nervous tissue. Folic acid is therefore essential for proper growth and for optimal functioning of the nervous system and the bone marrow. Folic acid may reduce the risk of heart disease and cervical dysplasia.

Folate deficiencies may include tiredness, irritability, loss of appetite, loss of energy and drive, abdominal pain, sickness and diarrhea. Painful ulcers may develop in the mouth and pharynx, skin changes and hair loss may occur. In acute cases, deficiency almost always leads to a megaloblastic anemia, a condition in which the bone marrow produces giant, immature red blood cells. If left untreated, megaloblastic anemia may be fatal. Disorders of the stomach (gastritis) and small intestine (Crohn?s disease) may be from folate deficiency. In conditions with a high rate of cell turnover (e.g. cancer, certain anemias and skin disorders), folate requirements are increased. This is also the case during pregnancy and lactation, due to rapid tissue growth during pregnancy and to losses through the milk during lactation. Every agency concerned with birth defects advocates for proper folic acid supplementation. People undergoing drug treatment, for epilepsy, cancer or an infection are at high risk of developing a folate deficiency, as well as women who are on oral contraceptives.


Vitamin B12 is necessary for the formation of blood corpuscles. A lack of B12 can result in the red blood cells becoming fragile and too large to work efficiently, resulting in anemia. Vitamin B12 is needed to make DNA, a cell?s genetic material. It is vital to the production of myelin, the fatty sheath that insulates nerve fibers, which helps to keep electrical impulses moving through the body. This sheath is like insulation on electrical wires. Because of this nerve transduction system, many neurological problems have been linked to vitamin B12 deficiency. It is also involved in the fat and carbohydrate metabolism and is essential for growth. It turns the fats, carbohydrates, and proteins into energy for the body.

Deficiencies may include severe anemia (which may lead to signs of cardiac dysfunction), neuropathy, tiredness, breathlessness, tingling and numbness, sore tongue, loss of appetite and weight, loss of sense of taste and smell, impotence, psychiatric disturbances (such as irritability, memory impairment, mild depression, hallucinations), spinal cord degeneration.


Vitamin C is required for the production of collagen, the intercellular "cement" substance which gives structure to muscles, vascular tissues, bones and cartilage. It also contributes to the health of teeth and gums and aids in the absorption of iron. It is needed for the synthesis of bile acids. It also aids in the production of hormones and neurotransmitters, folic acid metabolism, immune function, antioxidant function and the metabolic reactions of certain amino acids. It helps prevent the formation of potentially carcinogenic nitrosamines in the stomach.

Early symptoms of beginning Vitamin C deficiency are fatigue, loss of appetite, drowsiness and insomnia, feeling run down, irritability, low resistance to infections. Deprivation of Vitamin C for sufficient periods of time may affect disorders of alcoholism, anemia, angina pectoris, cystitis, arteriosclerosis, bruising, high cholesterol level, diabetes, hemophilia, hypertension, hypoglycemia, jaundice, leukemia, mononucleosis, pernicious anemia, phlebitis, stroke, varicose veins, fracture, osteomalacia, osteoporosis, rickets, celiac disease, colitis, cystic fibrosis, diarrhea, worms, dizziness, epilepsy, fatigue, hypertension, hypoxia, insomnia, meningitis, mental illness, multiple sclerosis, parkinson's disease, schizophrenia, shingles, stroke, ear infection, cataracts, glaucoma, vision and focus disorders, gallstones, cystic fibrosis, goiter, prostatitis, glands, baldness, hair problems, pneumonia, flu, impetigo, pyorrhea, bleeding gums, backaches, polio, stroke, stress.


Minerals are just as important as vitamins. Every function of the body is dependent on vitamins and minerals. Our LIQUID MINERAL COMPLEX has over 77 plant derived colloidal minerals, essentially all of the basic minerals, plus trace minerals and enzymes. Our minerals are NOT from rocks. Our bodies cannot assimilate rocks. Our bodies can only build and grow from live enzymes, which our plant based minerals consist of.

Each teaspoon provides approximately 94 mg. of natural plant derived colloidal minerals. Our LIQUID MINERAL COMPLEX contains natural combinations and varying amounts of the following minerals: aluminum hydroxide, antimony, barium, beryllium, bismuth, boron, bromine, cadmine, calcium, carbon, cerium, cesium, chlorine, chromium, cobalt, copper, dysprosium, erbium, europium, flourine, gadolinium, gallium, germanium, gold, hafnium, holmium, hydrogen, indium, iodine, iridium, iron, lanthanum, lithium, lutetium, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, niobium, oxygen, palladium, platinum, rhenium, rhodium, rubidium, ruthenium, samarium, scandium, selenium, silicon, silver, strontium, tantalum, tellurium, terbium, thallium, thorium, thulium, tin, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, ytterbium, zinc, zirconium.

Minerals are vital to overall mental and physical well being and are constituents of the bones, teeth, soft tissue, muscles, blood and nerves. Minerals are important factors in maintaining physiological processes, strengthening skeletal structures and preserving vigor of the heart and brain, as well as all muscle and nerve systems. Minerals, just like vitamins, act as catalysts for many biological reactions within the human body, including muscle response, the transmission of messages through the nervous system, digestion and metabolism or utilization of nutrients in foods. They are important in the production of hormones and help to maintain the delicate water balance essential to the proper functioning of mental and physical processes. They keep blood and tissue fluids from becoming either too acid or alkaline and permit other nutrients to pass into the bloodstream. Minerals also help draw chemical substances in and out of the cells and aid in the creation of antibodies.

BONE COMPLEX with over 77 Plant Minerals

An herbal organic source of CALCIUM-MAGNESIUM-MINERAL COMPLEX made from plants. Our bodies can fully digest and metabolize this organic form of calcium. It is best to take calcium at bedtime.

This formula is a proprietary blend made from the 77 plant derived minerals in our Mineral Complex, plus the following herbs which are a very high source of calcium.

Calcium is the most needed mineral in the body. It's most important function is to act, (in cooperation with phosphorus), in building and maintaining strong, healthy bones and teeth. It is also absolutely essential for healthy blood, and helping to regulate the heartbeat. In addition, calcium assists in the process of blood clotting and helps to prevent the accumulation of too much acid or too little alkali in the blood. Calcium plays a part in muscle growth and contraction and nerve transmission. It aids the body's utilization of iron, helps activate several enzymes that are important for metabolism and helps regulate the passage of nutrients in and out of the cell walls.

There are many illnesses associated with calcium deficiency, and most of them can be prevented or treated with proper calcium consumption. These include tetany, a nervous disorder characterized by muscle cramps; numbness and tingling in the arms and legs; osteoporosis, in which the bones become porous and fragile because of the calcium being withdrawn from them faster than it is being deposited; hyperthyroidism; bone malformation causing rickets in children; and osteomalacia in adults. Early consumption of calcium may help prevent arthritis, rheumatism, tooth decay, impaired growth, cramps, heart palpitations, insomnia, excessive irritability of nerves and muscles, problems with menopause, headaches, premenstrual tension and menstrual cramps. Calcium is very soothing to the body because it eases stress, therefore helping to regulate high and low blood pressure. Calcium and Vitamin A are a good combination for skin protection and keeping the skin healthy.

Pregnant women need to be sure to get enough calcium in order to give their babies what they need to develop. It is also necessary to keep the women from excessive tooth decay, cavities and muscle cramps that tend to happen when not enough calcium is consumed during pregnancy.