Some forms of communication cannot be seen or heard. They happen on such a microscopic level, that what is diligently working for us is going completely unnoticed.
One device of nature’s innate ability to communicate is the microbiome. A collection of bacteria, fungi, and even parasites that exists on and within each of us, the microbiome is what helps facilitate communication and connection between us and the natural world.
Bacteria is not the enemy. In fact, you are mostly microbes with at least 10 times as many microbial cells as human cells. Further, your microbiome is not set. It is constantly changing and adapting to new environments. The things you eat, places you go, and air you breathe all contribute to its diversity and ultimately your health.
But it’s not all about size. The true weight of your microbiome cannot be measured (although they think in total it’s roughly 5 pounds).Your microbiome is essentially a collection of microscopic communicators, helping to digest food, regulate immune function, and produce essential vitamins and neurotransmitters that help with mood. In essence, most of your health is depending on a well-balanced (and fluent) microbiome.
A balanced microbiome communicates with the intestinal cells and prevents disease-causing bacteria from sticking to the gut lining. A dysfunctional, unbalanced microbiome, on the other hand, contributes to inflammation, digestive issues, brain fog, and too many diseases to name. This is known as gut dysbiosis.
Tight junction function = a strong gut lining = a healthy environment for microbes to live = a balanced microbiome = strong communication between you and the natural world = a healthy and thriving state of being.
Purified water, Terrahydrite (Aqueous humic substances), and less than 1% mineral amino acid complexes.
Take 5 ml (a teaspoon) three times a day (before meals if you can)
Store in a cool, dark place out of reach of children
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. If you are taking prescribed medication, have any medical condition or are pregnant or breast-feeding please consult your healthcare practitioner before taking food supplements.