The most important body fluids such as blood and lymph fluids are colloids.
This realization opened unlimited possibilities and led to rapid advances in therapeutic treatments.
The colloidal particles are not larger than 8-10 atomic masses of the respective element.
The purity of the element used is over 99%.
available in 30ml and 100ml
as a spay for room air mineralization
Our colloids are produced using a completely new method, namely by means of oscillations. This electro-physical process is called “proton resonance”. In this process, the corresponding material is stretched and finally made to disintegrate.
In proton resonance, the starting material is strongly excited by its natural vibration and then split off by an electro-physical process into desired particle size and charge.
This new manufacturing process puts these colloids far ahead of solutions traditionally produced with electrolysis. In addition, only a few elements can be dissolved colloidally with electrolysis – only a few are suitable for this. For example, try electrolysis with sulfur, calcium or carbon. This does not work!
Due to the proton resonance, the particles become extremely small – only a maximum of 10-30 atoms in size (depending on the element). And the law of physics applies: The smaller the particles, the larger the inner surface, i.e. the boundary surfaces. This means more efficiency for you at the same ppm concentration!
The mode of action of a colloid on cells
The cells are supplied with the required nutrients and accumulated toxins are removed via the blood and, in the further course, the lymph. Water plays an important role in this process.
Cell walls allow vital nutrients, minerals, and trace elements to enter through membranes, and spent waste products to escape through their membranes.
The colloidal trace elements, metals and minerals developed by the Tec2Future laboratory are so small that they can easily pass through membranes and thus act directly in the cell without being deposited in the organism. The colloid replenishes missing elements without burdening the organism.