What Herbs Contain Monatomic Gold Naturally?

Many users think that monatomic gold and other elements can only be made through alchemy, but this isn’t the whole story. These important particles are found all around us, including the plants we eat! Research shows that certain herbs are excellent sources of Monatomic Gold, including many popular supplements and remedies. Your favourite or new favourite herb might just have a golden boost!

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How Do You Store The Ormus?

Monatomic elements, also known as ORMEs or the Ormus, are precious metals reduced to a singular molecular state. Because they are precious metals, they can’t be completely spoiled, but electromagnetic fields and extreme temperatures do reduce their effectiveness. While storing monatomic elements is easy, consumers have to keep them in the proper spot!

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What Is M-State?

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When researching monatomic elements, you’ve probably seen the term “M-state”. Without context, this can be a bit confusing, but it’s an easy concept to grasp. The “M” in M-state stands for “monatomic”, because the “monatomic state” is the state of atomic isolation. “M-state elements” is a term that can be used interchangeably with monatomic elements, orbitally rearranged monatomic elements (ORMEs), and Ormus. 

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5 Ways To Keep Your Mind Refreshed

Our brains are constantly changing, whether it’s chemical or structural. Our brains tend to change when we go through an experience. The experience can be as simple as driving to the gas station or as complicated as losing a loved one. The brain changes whether it goes through daily experience or trauma. People tend to say age can play a factor in keeping your brain refreshed but at the end of the day, no matter how old you are, every brain is so unique and wired differently. It’s your job to keep your brain refreshed!

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What Anxiety Does To The Body

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Anxiety is common in our everyday life but severe anxiety can take a huge toll on our minds and physical body. In the short term, anxiety increases your heart rate, breathing and concentrates blood flow to your brain. If short-term anxiety gets too intense you may feel lightheaded or nauseous but what about severe long-term anxiety?

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