OmniBlue Ocean Minerals

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8 oz. bottle of Blue Ocean Minerals
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OmniBlue Ocean Minerals (8 oz. blue bottle)
  formerly Blue Ocean Minerals
OmniBlue Ocean Minerals are highly concentrated, low-sodium, high magnesium, full-spectrum minerals from the ocean -- harvested from the southern Antarctic Pacific Currents of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. To add minerals prior to structuring water, add 10-20 drops (1/8 to 1/4 tsp) for each half gallon of water depending on the minerals in your starting water.

The reef has been protected for decades by the Australian Government with no shipping or agriculture allowed on or near the reef. OmniBlue has permission from the Australian Government to procure live ocean water, with no negative impact on the Reef.

Many people are justifiably concerned about the possible contamination of products from the ocean. While much of the life in the oceans has been compromised, the authors of Dancing with Water have been very judicious in determining products to recommend for water enhancement. OmniBlue Ocean Minerals are sourced from living, ocean water near deep sea vents, so the water is fresh. The process  is very much like the process to bring natural sea salt to the market.  It includes months in drying ponds where it is concentrated and exposed to the sun. Under these conditions, countless negative ions are released from the salt. These negative ions, combined with the sun, neutralize innumerable contaminants (including radiation) in much the same way that antioxidants neutralize radiolytic compounds in the human body. To give you a better idea of the OmniBlue Ocean Minerals process, it is outlined below.

Manufacturing begins with government-sanctioned pure ocean water from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Ocean water is concentrated in clay ponds for 6-8 months until it reaches a certain density and specific gravity. During this process, high levels of  sodium chloride precipitate out leaving a dense mineral solution that is low in sodium (reduced below 2% of volume). There are no artificial processes, chemicals, or heat sources used at any stage of production, nor any additives, excipients, or live organisms.  The ocean water solution is constantly monitored by TGA-Australia and GMP certified labs  in Los Angeles CGNP (Certified GMP/nnFA, NPA, Organic Trade, FDA), and Chromadex Analytical Laboratories in Boulder, Colorado.  Each batch is assayed as true and pure concentrated low-sodium ocean water. It is further analyzed for major minerals, and finally tested for heavy metals and biologicals (fungus, microbes, virus, and bacteria). A certificate of analysis is generated with every lot and batch. It is certified heavy metal, chemical, and biological-free. (no microbes, no heavy metals, no radiolytic compounds and no chemicals).  Bottled in Los Angeles, OmniBlue Ocean Minerals are stored under the same monitored guidelines with certified personnel at CGNP.

OmniBlue Ocean Minerals uses a proprietary solar-powered process with zero carbon footprint. Labels are printed on re-cycled paper, and environmentally friendly soy inks. The major minerals and trace minerals include the following as they exist in ocean water.
OmniBlue Ocean Mineral composition (in ppm)
Magnesium 1290    
Potassium 392
Calcium 411
Bromine 67
Silicon 2.9
Boron 4.4
Beryllium .0000006
Chromium .0002
Manganese .0004
Phosphorus .088
Ferrum (Iron) .0034
Cobalt .0066
Copper .0009
Zinc .005
Gallium .00003
Germanium .00006
Selenium .0009
Palladium < .0000025
Neon .0012 Argon .45
Rhubidium .12
Zirconuim .000026
Silver .00028
Indium .00081
Iodine .064
Xenon .000047
Niobium .000015
Barium .021
Lanthanum .0000021
Yttrium .000013
Cerium .0000012
Samarium ..00000045
Gadolinium .0000007
Europium .0000013
Rhenium .000084
Erbium .00000087
Dysprosium ..00000091
Holmium .00000022
Platinum < .00000025
Gold .000011
Thulium .00000017
Lutetium .00000015
Tantalum <.00000025
Tungsten .0000025
Bismuth .00002
*SOURCE: Monterrey Bay Oceanographic Analysis, Monterrey, California.