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⚒ Behold This Gorgeous 3D Malachite was mined from Congo and displays at Transvaal Museum - South Africa

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9 days ago by shaneisley
Naturally forming Lemurian seed Crystal Garden in Brazil

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9 days ago by shaneisley
RT : Amazing TOURMALINE from Sapo Mine, Ferruginha, Conselheiro Pena, DoceValley, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

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9 days ago by shaneisley
Dietary Supplement Use, Nutrient Intake, and Mortality Among U.S. Adults | Annals of Internal Medicine | American College of Physicians
During a median follow-up of 6.1 years, 3613 deaths occurred, including 945 CVD deaths and 805 cancer deaths. Ever-use of dietary supplements was not associated with mortality outcomes. Adequate intake (at or above the Estimated Average Requirement or the Adequate Intake level) of vitamin A, vitamin K, magnesium, zinc, and copper was associated with reduced all-cause or CVD mortality, but the associations were restricted to nutrient intake from foods. Excess intake of calcium was associated with increased risk for cancer death (above vs. at or below the Tolerable Upper Intake Level: multivariable-adjusted rate ratio, 1.62 [95% CI, 1.07 to 2.45]; multivariable-adjusted rate difference, 1.7 [CI, −0.1 to 3.5] deaths per 1000 person-years), and the association seemed to be related to calcium intake from supplements (≥1000 mg/d vs. no use: multivariable-adjusted rate ratio, 1.53 [CI, 1.04 to 2.25]; multivariable-adjusted rate difference, 1.5 [CI, −0.1 to 3.1] deaths per 1000 person-years) rather than foods.
supplement  risk  variables  vitamins  minerals  metals  dietary  food  benefit  peer-reviewed  research  human  cohort  study  mortality 
29 days ago by Michael.Massing
Zinc oxide - Wikipedia
Zinc oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula ZnO. ZnO is a white powder that is insoluble in water, and it is widely used as an additive in numerous materials and products.
chemistry  medicine  pharmacology  ceramics  electronics  minerals  colour  pigments  reference 
4 weeks ago by asaltydog
What is the Best Way to Achieve Good Colon Health?
Read on to learn about this amazing plant that is rich in vitamins,
minerals  &  other  nutrients  that  promotes  good  colon  health. 
5 weeks ago by luv2sex.info
Soil Restoration: 5 Core Principles | EcoFarming Daily
Over the last 70 years, the level of every nutrient in almost every kind of food has fallen between 10 and 100 percent. Vegetables, crops, and pastures grown in healthy, biologically active soils do not exhibit these compromised nutrient levels.
soil  nutrients  minerals  carbon  food 
7 weeks ago by bobpotter
RT : I could watch these opal splitting videos all day!

Opal from Australia

Photo: Broken River Mining

minerals  from twitter
february 2019 by shaneisley
Magia Kamieni - Minerały, skamieliny, biżuteria i wyroby z naturalnych kamieni - Magia Kamieni
Sklep oferujący bogaty wybór minerałów, skamieniałości, biżuterii i wyrobów wykonanych z naturalnych kamieni. W naszej ofercie znajdziesz ametyst, kryształ górski, agat, cytryn, turmalin, jaspis i inne kamienie półszlachetne.
february 2019 by mszyndel
⚒️ Mente et Malleo - Minerały, Skamieniałości, Meteoryty i Tektyty - ⚒️ Mente et Malleo
Sklep internetowy oferujący szeroki wybór okazów kolekcjonerskich minerałów, skamielin, meteorytów, tektytów oraz akcesoria kolekcjonerskie. Aukcje internetowe kamieni - licytacja od złotówki! Pomoc w tworzeniu kolekcji.mine
february 2019 by mszyndel
InfoMine - Mining Intelligence and Technology
InfoMine provides comprehensive information on mining, the mining industry, mining technology and mineral exploration.
finance  trading  mining  technology  news  minerals  exploration  metal  market  trends 
december 2018 by asaltydog
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[HTML] geoscienceworld.org Phillipsite and Al-tobermorite mineral cements produced through low-temperature water-rock reactions in Roman marine concrete MD…
architecture  building  lime  mortar  conservation  geology  minerals  roman  history  archaeology  marine  concrete  reference 
november 2018 by asaltydog
Breakingviews - China aims rare earth bazooka at trade rivals
Beijing is limiting its output of rare earths, according to Adamas Intelligence. That tackles lingering oversupply of the tough-to-mine minerals, but could easily also starve foreign buyers of key ingredients like cerium and neodymium, used in catalysts, electronics and weapons - a drastic trade war escalation that would punish profit margins.U.S. Geological Survey data shows China holds around a third of global reserves, and accounted for 80 percent of output last year. The United States imported $150 million worth from the People’s Republic in 2017. This is a worry for security hawks: in 2010 Beijing used its near-monopoly in a trade fight with Japan, halting exports. The application in modern weaponry has the Pentagon fretting too.Now China could be turning back to its old playbook, with plans to slash production to 45,000 tonnes in the second half of 2018.Meanwhile, the cuts will send prices higher: gravy for Australia’s Lynas, one of the world’s few significant alternative producers, but tough on consuming manufacturers.
China  trade  business  minerals  usage 
october 2018 by thomas.kochi
How our drinking water could help prevent suicide
Lithium is a potent psychiatric drug, one of the primary prescribed medications for bipolar disorder. But it’s also an element that occurs naturally all over the Earth’s crust — including in bodies of water. That means that small quantities of lithium wind up in the tap water you consume every day. Just how much is in the water varies quite a bit from place to place.Naturally, that made researchers curious: Are places with more lithium in the water healthier, mentally? Do places with more lithium have less depression or bipolar or — most importantly of all — fewer suicides?A 2014 review of studies concluded that the answer was yes: Four of five studies reviewed found that places with higher levels of trace lithium had lower suicide rates.High-lithium areas, he says, have suicide rates 50 to 60 percent lower than those of low-lithium areas.The rap against fluoride, mocked in movies like Dr. Strangelove, is that it’s a mind-control plot. But putting lithium in the water would actually be a mind-control plot: It would be a concerted effort by the government to put mind-altering chemicals in the water supply to change the behavior of the citizenry... we need a rock-solid, impenetrable scientific case if we’re going to do it. The science so far is promising, but not firm enough. “When you start making it a public health policy, you activate all of these other considerations that make it that much harder to make it happen,”
psychology  mental-health  minerals 
october 2018 by thomas.kochi

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