Dr. Christine King
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Anima Herbal Solutions azomite powder. A natural source of minerals and trace elements. The fine particle size allows this azomite powder to form a colloidal mineral suspension when added to water ("earth milk").
Azomite stands for "A to Z of Minerals and Trace Elements," and as the name indicates, it contains a wide assortment of trace minerals. This lovely, soft pinkish powder is mined in Utah and processed without chemicals. (See azomite.com for the whole story on its discovery, production, uses, research findings, and mineral profile.)
The fine particle size allows this azomite powder to form a colloidal mineral suspension when added to water and shaken (a process I call making "earth milk"; see below for the recipe).
Suggested use: offer free choice, add to food, or make "earth milk" and offer as drinking water.
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Note: Healthy Horse clients receive discounts on all sizes.
How to make "earth milk"
"Earth milk" is the name I've given to the colloidal suspension azomite powder makes when it's mixed with water. It is named after "glacial milk," a term used for the turbid, mineral-rich water that flows from a glacier as it makes its way down a mountainside.
* azomite powder, approx. 1 tablespoon
* filtered or spring water, 1 gallon
... or similar proportions for smaller or larger volumes of water.
* combine azomite and water, and shake or stir vigorously for about a minute
* get a vortex (whirlpool) going, first in one direction and then in the other, abruptly changing directions every few turns
* let the suspension sit for several hours, ideally outside in the sunshine or moonlight
* use the milky suspension in food preparation or as drinking water; when offering it as drinking water, also offer the animal plain water
* give the silty sediment to your garden or house plants when you get to the bottom of the container
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