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Germanium - Benefits, Deficiency Symptoms and Food Sources

What is Germanium?

Germanium was discovered by a German, Clemens Winkler in 1886 (thus the name Germanium). It is closely related to the elements carbon and silica. It is found in certain minerals and also in plants and the human body. Germanium is not an essential nutrient for humans. Many disease states, such as osteoporosis, heart disease, immune system dysfunction and cancer have all been shown to respond to germanium therapy.

Uses and Benefits of Germanium

Germanium is one of the minerals that helps raise the level of activity in many internal organs. Germanium facilitates oxygen uptake into the organs, improving both organ health and performance. Germanium also good in expelling harmful pollutants from the organs and stops many germ activities.

some germanium compounds are known to be toxic, the germanium yeast product used in the nutritional supplements of the invention are in a form which is more pure, less toxic, and metabolized more readily by the human body.

Germanium Helps to Support :-

  • Healthy airways and breathing
  • Mental health
  • Healthy cellular replication (of the breast, lung, larynx, and bladder)
  • Liver health
  • Healthy and normal blood pressure
  • Healthy uterus
  • Healthy sinuses
  • Healthy brain tissue
  • Healthy blood glucose levels
  • Cardiovascular health

Recommended Dosage of Germanium

There are no indications for the use of supplemental germanium. Some inorganic forms of germanium, such as germanium dioxide, have been shown to be severely toxic to the liver and kidneys, resulting in some fatalities. Many persons will need to start at one capsule a day, and leave off for one or two days when detoxification proceeds if the reaction feels too strong.

Deficiency Symptoms of Germanium

Although germanium deficiency per se is not recognized, a lack of germanium is associated with asthma, cancer (breast, lung, and bladder), cardiac insufficiency, hypertension, hepatic cirrhosis, leukemia, neuralgia, nephritis, neurotic disorders, and softening of brain tissue.

Rich Food Sources of Germanium

Garlic, Shiitake mushrooms, onions, bran, whole wheat flour, vegetables, seeds, meats, dairy products, aloe vera, comfrey, ginseng and suma.

If you are craving some or most of these foods, this is an indication that you may need more germanium. You may want to look into an ionic mineral source such as New Vision Ionic Minerals as it has many trace minerals in it that other supplements do not have.

     
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