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Mega Minerals

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Liquid Supplement For Max Stress Management


Banish brain fog, feel energized & put a stop to body system disruption! Fill the gaps in your nutrition that cause stress, aches, pain and fatigue.

Get Your 1 Month Supply In 4 Fluid Ounces Of An Easy-To-Take Liquid Formula.

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health basics:

Weight Management, Immune Support, Stress Management, Lifestyle & Fitness

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Mega Minerals gives you essential macro and micro minerals in one of the most efficient ways possible.

When you get minerals from whole-food, plant-based sources; your body knows how to use them! Mega Minerals absorbs easily into your body systems to help keep you out of a state of mineral deficiency. Escape the perils of poor health!

Health Benefits:

Mega Minerals gives you the help you need to…

  • Enjoy more flexibility and strength, which lets you move around and do the things you love to do!
  • Experience better hair and skin quality, which boosts your confidence and enhances your mindset!
  • Eliminate brain fog, which gives you the clarity you need to excel at all your endeavors!
  • Expand your energy levels, which helps you accomplish everything you need to do with more ease and excitement!
  • Balance your body systems, which supercharges your weight loss efforts!

Suggested Use: Take 2 droppers (2mL) before breakfast and 2 droppers before lunch. Best if taken 30 minutes before meals.

  • Simply squeeze the dropper bulb.
  • 1 time equals 1 mL
  • 1mL- 2 times before breakfast
  • 1mL - 2 times before lunch

Ingredients Overview

Mega Minerals contains a powerful blend of these globally-sourced ingredients:

Fenugreek:Banish the bulge and support your overall health with this adaptogenic herb that’s been used throughout history for its potent combination of vitamins A, B1, B2, C & nicotinic acid.

Alfalfa: Help yourself support healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels when your body absorbs crucial nutrients, including protein, from the Alfalfa we use in Mega Minerals.

Dandelion: Vitamin A isn’t the only nutrient dandelion root offers, but there just isn’t enough space to list them all! Harness the power of this plant in our Mega Minerals blend, without having to pick flowers and brew tea.

Bilberry: Help build your bones, balance your glucose levels & support comfortable digestion with Bilberry. Plus, get a good dose of fiber and manganese!

Garlic: It’s the master of antibacterial and antiseptic properties, that’s why garlic is so globally popular! Fire up your immune system and rejuvenate your body systems with the garlic found in Mega Minerals.

Ginger: Harness the bioactive compounds of ginger, a powerhouse of antioxidants. Its amazing health benefits help you manage the symptoms of several health conditions, such as arthritis, colds and nausea.

Horsetail:When you’ve got a health battle to fight, horsetail is a powerful ally. Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and antiproliferative properties make this a powerful component in the Mega Minerals arsenal.

Korean Ginseng: When you balance your body’s glucose and insulin levels, weight loss almost always follows! Plus, Korean ginseng can help promote a healthy immune system and brain function, which can make it easier for you to handle stress.

Stevia: Help improve your blood pressure, glucose metabolism and whole-body inflammation levels when you enjoy this calorie-free sugar alternative in our Mega Minerals blend.

Ashwagandha: The flavonoids and natural antioxidants in this ancient plant may help enhance your energy levels, lower stress symptoms, and promote a youthful appearance. Great ingredient, right?


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Don't Leave Yourself Open To Nutritional Deficiencies (and all the problems they can cause...) In Times Of Global Instability!

We harvest our plants from their native soils and waters around the world, ensuring you get the ingredient's maximum potency that can only be derived from their natural growing regions. This means that your best bet is to order your supply of Mega Minerals Now! We even offer you a subscription option for your convenience!

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