Minerals and Vitamins I’m actually taking

Updated 5-14-22

This is the list of what I’m taking, and when. A short list of Why I’m taking everything is here: https://revealingfraud.com/2019/04/health/why-i-take-all-the-minerals/

Note, this is NOT a recommendation for others. Everyone is different. Start any new program slowly. I think it would be better to take a tiny dose of everything, rather than ramping up one at a time. I tried making a “total mineral supplement” by putting everything into a gallon jug of water. I always puke that up. So, there goes that business idea. Fail. Minerals are thus best taken at separate times, throughout the day, and best taken with food. Zinc and copper appear to be among those that cause the most gastrointestinal upset, but everyone is different.

The best antidote to feeling “puky” is to drink distilled water, FAST! You literally have from 30-60 seconds if the stomach starts churning and the saliva starts flowing, to drink water to prevent vomiting, and make that feeling go away. I’ve vomited about once a year, so about 4 times now, from excessive mineral intake. It might be from fluoride or other toxins flooding into the stomach to attach to the minerals. It goes away with time, and you can get past it, and dramatically increase your mineral intake. If puking feelings go away with adaptation, then puking is not from the minerals directly, but something else, and I suspect it’s a temporary detox reaction. View mineral intake like bodybuilding. Take it easy at first. Nobody starts out bench pressing at 600 pounds. Work your way up, based on what you can easily tolerate. We learned copper is best taken with milk to prevent nausea in most people. Any milk works.

In the morning cup of coffee:

Copper Sulfate 10-12 drops for 10-12 mg

Lugol’s 5% Iodine/iodide: 8 drops ~ 50 mg iodine

–Selenium: 150 mcg, as directed.

Boron: 50 mg, 1/8 teaspoon of Borax (Only in the first cup) After 6 years on constant boron, we are trying to go without it for a new experiment. We constantly experiment.

–MSM Sulfur: 1 teaspoon. (Only in the first cup)

–we add milk to the coffee. Milk is our calcium source.

–After breakfast/shower: we apply the copper sulfate 1 mg per drop solution all over the skin, about 50-80 mg, about 4-5 times a week.


Early day:

–Vitamin C: 1000-3000 mg daily (1500 mg can lower ceruloplasmin, and reduce copper transport)

-Molybdenum: 1000 mcg (1 mg) (occasionally) (molybdenum deficiency can cause racing heart, and this seemed to help. Copper could, in theory, cause low molybdenum)


After Dinner: Occasionally, milk, with more iodine and copper. Or juice with copper.


Before Bed:

Zinc: 25-50 mg (before bed) We take another 25 mg, if needed, for runny nose, excessive sneezing, or any other allergic response during the day.

We are actively avoiding Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Iron, excessive calcium, excessive magnesium.


Occasionally:

We have temporarily stopped taking B complex and all B vitamins. We didn’t like what we were reading about B6 as a nerve toxin:

We have re-added certain B vitamins, once a week:, as follows:

B1 (100 mg), B2 (400 mg), B3 Niacinamide (500 mg), B5 (500 mg), B7 (8 mg), and B12 (5000 mcg).

Each of these amounts should be enough for a month, so once a week is easily 4 times what we need.

–Vitamin K & E, once a week.

–Colloidal silver: a few drops, occasionally, if needed, for infections/colds, which we nearly never get. Less than one a year.

–Diatomaceous Earth (Silica): 1 teaspoon, occasionally. We started drinking Fiji water, for more effective silica intake.

We have temporarily stopped magnesium, considering that boron helps retain magnesium. Copper also helps retain magnesium.

–Pantothenic Acid: 500 mg, occasionally, if feeling too cold.

–Niacin: 500 mg, occasionally. We believe Niacin is too much like a drug, and can block copper.

–Chromium: 200-400 mcg, occasionally, 1-2/month

–100% saturated Potassium Iodide: 700 mg, 10 drops. We stopped, because we went through this for a year, at 2000mg iodine/day. We think iodine, at that level, can block copper and calcium. It was great for detox, though, and we did feel better on super high iodine.

–Calcium: 500mg We stopped calcium. Was creating nausea. Also, 1 glass of milk contains 300 mg calcium.

–Colloidal gold: we ran out, did not replace it.

–Vanadyl Sulfate (vanadium): 10-25 mg. We ran out, and did not replace it.

We never included Vitamin D in our list. Here’s why not

–Potassium Chloride: We had been taking: 377 mg, 1/8 teaspoon of “NuSalt”. (Only in the first cup.) (None in the summer) https://www.nusalt.com/nutritionfacts_packets.html 1 teaspoon is 5.7 grams/8 grams (for 1/8th teaspoon)= .71 grams x 530 mg potassium/g = 377 mg.

Note: We had been adding potassium for two reasons. It is part of an “adrenal cocktail”, and part of “the snake diet” mineral replacement for when fasting. However, one of Jennifer’s last remaining health problems was an occasional racing heart, which we just learned was a side effect of too much potassium, so we cut back. Info here: https://www.hormonesmatter.com/should-you-supplement-potassium/ Then, upon reading an alternative view, we added potassium chloride back in, in place of sodium chloride: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/salud/salud_potassium.htm

13 comments

    1. My wife and I take substantially similar supplements. Most of these are simply minerals. We all need minerals. My wife prefers to take potassium more. I prefer to take chromium more. I prefer to take more copper, but my body size is bigger, and I tend to lift weights more, and I sweat more, and so I tend to get depleted more. That’s about all the differences I notice between us.

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