What Are Ionically Charged Minerals?
|What are Ionically Charged Minerals?||Darrell Miller||11/20/05|
November 20, 2005 07:48 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: What are Ionically Charged Minerals?
An ionic mineral is an element that has a charge, either positive or negative. On the molecular level, that means the element has either one too many or too few electrons. This unstable ionic state allows the element to bond readily with water, making it possible for the body to absorb it. In this state, an element has specific positive or negative electrical signatures that cause a dynamic equilibrium to take place. The body can then assimilate minor changes to move nutrients to the areas that need them.