A book on Indium stated that it might well be the new miracle mineral. “Just a few drops of it a day,” according to one researcher, “produces a cascade of hormones we enjoy when we’re in our 20s.”
Indium has marked anti-aging properties, and assists in the production of ATP, or adenosine triphosphate. ATP is muscle fuel, and maintaining it at a high level keeps it from degenerating to ADP, or adenosine diphosphate, which produces lactic acid and weakens the muscles.
Indium has been shown to increase the uptake of creatine by as much as 500 times. Bodybuilders using creatine should reduce their creatine intake to compensate. Research (not by us) has shown indium corrects problems with the endocrine system, which is the array of glands that regulate and produce hormones, which are used in signaling instructions and are associated directly with the nervous system. Among other functions, the endocrine system regulates metabolism, growth, tissue function, and internal environmental variables such as water balance, ions and ionic exchange, body temperature and mood. Indium, in fact, brings about a nicely mild euphoric effect when used by itself and with other elements, and also greatly increases the uptake of other nutrients which would otherwise be flushed from the body as unabsorbable.
All of our products contain 250,000 parts per million of monatomic powder with the remaining ppm being distilled water. Real monatomic powder is near weightless under certain conditions, so you have to add something to it to be able to measure it, whether that be a dry filler such as other companies use to keep it in powdered form, or a liquid such as ours. The problem you get when you are adding dry filler is that anything you add to it can affect its potency and its ability to work as a superconductor. Water allows it to be measured without harming its potency.