- Appears to have a stimulating and rejuvenating effect on the pituitary gland and hypothalamus which play a major role in hormonal production.
- Improves the way the body uses other trace elements.
- Studies shown it increases energy and well-being.
Indium is a very rare trace mineral, element number 49 on the Periodic Table. While Indium does not appear to be present in the food chain, traces are, however, found in the human body but only up to the age of 30. Between 1980 and 1999, a number of patents were taken out for nutritional applications of indium sulfate, a water-soluble and bio-available form of indium, because of the many health benefits supplementation seems to offer. Moreover, this form of indium was granted GRAS status - Generally Recognized As Safe - in 1999 by the American administration.
While these results obviously need further validation, they have aroused great interest among alternative therapists, with a huge number (over 1000) of anecdotal reports appearing to confirm them. If Indium had only a tenth of the properties attributed to it by these anecdotal accounts, it would still be, without doubt, an exceptional nutritional supplement.
It is not our practice to cite such anecdotal reports, however numerous and well-founded. Interested readers may, therefore, wish to consult two references, Indium, the missing trace mineral', by Robert Lyons, ND and Indium, the age-reversing trace element', by medical journalist Morton Walker. One thing is certain: indium sulfate can be used without risk, existing results appear to offer proof and there is potential for significant findings. This product therefore deserves to be tested. Each box of Indium Energy is sufficient for 90 days' supplementation, the amount of time necessary for you to make up your own mind.
|Daily serving: 1 tablet
Number of servings per bottle: 90
|Quantity per serving|
|Indium Sulfate||24 mg|
|Zinc Oxide||100 mcg|
|Copper oxide||100 mcg|
|Other ingredients: dicalcic phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.|
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