This high potency and nearly 100% absorption formula contains 200mg of Ionic Magnesium Chloride per serving and 70+ trace minerals that aid magnesium absorption and ensure you get a full spectrum of minerals and trace elements you could be missing in your diet as a result of our hectic lifestyles and nutritionally deficient foods. CMD has been around since 1968 in the US and only now are people really starting to realise it’s huge potential in humans.
CMD Concentrated Mineral Drops are a dietary supplement formulated by nature for greater bio electric health and body mineral balancing. Suitable for regular or sodium restricted diets, and so concentrated that 40 drops (1/2 teaspoon) equals the mineral content of 1/2 cup sea water with 99% sodium removed.
CMD Concentrated Mineral Drops are intended to be a comprehensive mineral and electrolyte supplement that can be confidently used as a complement to all alternative/complementary therapies to provide a complete, full spectrum trace mineral support.
1 drop per 2.7kg of body weight per day
Minerals and trace minerals are critical to the health of the human body. They are the catalysts for all the vitamins and other nutrients your body uses for developing and maintaining good health. Concentrated Mineral Drops (CMD) capture the perfect balance of those minerals. Using CMD Concentrated Mineral Drops every day (mix with juice, food or remineralize purified water) will help conduct and generate your body's entire electrical system. People taking these drops normally say they have more energy and generally feel better.
CMD originates from the isolated waters of the north arm of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA. The Great Salt Lake itself covers some 6,000 square kilometres and represents a terminal collection of the rivers and streams. This drainage system covers an area of 90,000 square kilometres of the Rocky Mountains.
The rocks and soils that comprise the drainage basin represent all the major lithologies - igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary - and cover the entire time span of the Geological Record - from Pre Cambrian to Recent. Consequently the waters of the Great Salt Lake contain within them - rather like the Sea itself - in a dissolved ionic form, all the elements present in the Periodic Table.