Potentially, the body may use germanium as a cellular oxygenator. It has unique molecular characteristics which make it virtually unreactive in the body, and its small particle size and unique structure permit it to be readily cleared in the urine as the intact molecule.*
Potentially, the body may use germanium as a cellular oxygenator. Pure Ge-132 Organic Germanium is a unique organogermanium compound, bis-carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide, sometimes called just germanium sesquioxide.
It has unique molecular characteristics which make it virtually unreactive in the body, and its small particle size and unique structure permit it to be readily cleared in the urine as the intact molecule.*
Allergy Research Group introduced pure organic germanium into the United States in 1986. (statement): We recognize the importance of providing pure and tested Ge-132. To assure the quality and purity of our germanium products, we carefully analyze every lot. Testing procedures include identification by infrared spectroscopy, purity by acid group titration, absence of inorganic germanium impurities by color limit test, and solubility test.*
As a dietary supplement, take 1/8 teaspoon (approx. 275 mg), one to three times daily.
For more accurate dispensing, the entire content of the 6-gram bottle can be mixed into one quart of tepid water. The resulting solution (approximately 95 mg per tablespoon) is stable if refrigerated. As a dietary supplement, 1 or 2 tablespoons of this liquid may be taken one to five times daily between meals, or take as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Shake before use.
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