LAB REPORT : MAJESTIC EARTH MINERALS
Procedure: Chloride, fluoride and bromide were determined via Ion Chromatography (I.C.). Ammonium ion was determined by the Kjeldahi method. Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption (CVAA) spectroscopy was used or mercury. Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption (GFAA) spectroscopy was employed for the determination for arsenic, selenium, lead and antimony. All other elements were determined quantitatively or semi-quantitatively using inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES). Double checks for the majority of elements were also performed by inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectroscopy (ICP-MS). Where necessary, samples were diluted or concentrated before analysis. All amounts listed are in mg/L (milligrams per liter). Total minerals as determined by evaporation: 15,100 mg/L (anhydrous), 19,000 mg/L (crystalline hydrates).
|Gold||mg/1||less than 0.001|
|Iodine||mg/1||less than 0.005|
|Iridium||mg/1||less than 0.005|
|Niobium||mg/1||less than 0.01|
|Platinum||mg/1||less than 0.001|
|Tungsten||mg/1||less than 0.003|
*The analyses were performed by multiple certified laboratories using samples from multiple production batches and represent average values. This statement of analysis has been independently reviewed for accuracy by associates of Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer Ph.D. Director of The Biological Trace Elements Research Institute, the Rockland Corporation and Coors Ceramics Company. YoungevityMajestic Earth Minerals are plant derived colloidal minerals and are not routinely tested by the United States Food and Drug Administration.
Although great care is taken in the processing of this product, YoungevityMajestic Earth Minerals are plant derived colloidal minerals and as such should be considered a "Natural Living Product." Because of this, variations of color, taste and consistency may occur between production batches.