Ultratrace ™ Trace mineral drops
Ultratrace is a premier trace mineral supplement from the Great Salt Lake
Highly absorbable, in ionic, not colloidal trace mineral form for enhanced absorption
Low Sodium balanced by Potassium
Supports the nervous system and hydration
Suitable for those on normal or Sodium-restricted diets
Trace mineral drops help support diets where mineral intake is low
Great for long-haul travel
Ultratrace is a fantastically nutritious product that comes in a handy small bottle. With our soils becoming increasingly depleted in mineral content, many of the minerals found in Ultratrace are difficult to find in a food state.
Other great products for topping up your essential minerals are shilajit, cacao products and magnesium oil.
Thirty drops of Ultratrace diluted in 250ml water typically provides
Ultratrace – 815mg Ionic mineral concentrate of which: 200mg Magnesium, 555mg Chloride, 41mg Sulphate. Less than 1mg Potassium, Less than 4mg Sodium. —- Plus the following in naturally occurring trace amounts:Bicarbonate, Boron, Carbonate, Calcium, Bromide, Erbium, Fluoride, Silicon, Selenium, Phosphorus, Iodide, Iridium, Krypton, Chromium, Iron, Manganese, Neodymium, Niobium, Nitrate, Osmium, Protactinium, Praseodymium, Titanium, Rhodium, Ruthenium, Rubidium, Cobalt, Copper, Antimony, Molybdenum, Zinc, Nickel, Tungsten, Scandium, Tin, Lanthanum, Yttrium, Barium, Silver, Uranium, Gallium, Zirconium, Beryllium, Tellurium, Bismuth, Hafnium, Terbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Samarium, Cerium, Cesium, Gold, Dysprosium, Holmium, Lutetium, Thulium, Ytterbium, Tantalum, Thorium, Thallium, Rhenium, Indium, Palladium, Platinum, Xenon.
Ultratrace suggested intake by body weight
As a guide, take one drop per 2.7 kilograms (6 pounds) of body weight per day diluted in water.
Allergen free from:
Peanut, Peanut Oil
Milk & Derivatives
Wheat & Gluten
Other Known Allergens
Free from any GMO
The UK governments nutrition and health claim regulations are very strict, as a result, we can’t state the full benefits of this product on our site, therefore we encourage you to do your internet own research.