Frequently Asking Questions

What is ORMUS Liquid?
A group of essential minerals that have been previously unknown to modern science. They are the transition elements on the periodic table in micro-cluster or monoatomic size. Most prominent of these are gold, silver, copper and the platinum group, found in a non-metallic form / a high-spin state. They are non-reactive and non-toxic to humans/animals/plants.
Where do ORMUS Minerals come from?
ORMUS monoatomic minerals are a naturally found substance found on the earth: air, plants, rocks, soil, animals and water. It is particularly abundant in the Dead Sea! ORMUS is in organic material and therefore it is in everything that is alive or ever has been alive.
What is the difference between ORMUS, m-state and ORME?
The three terms above all mean pretty much the same thing but they originated in different situations.

``Since Hudson has patented his process for obtaining and identifying these elements, we would like to suggest that the terms ORMUS and m-state be used when referring to this state of matter.``

What is Colloidal Gold?
Our Colloidal Gold is manufactured using 24 carat pure Gold. We do not use gold chlorides or gold powders. Our Colloidal Gold contains 80+ essential minerals and contains a trace amount of Colloidal Silver to prevent contamination.
Why is Colloidal Gold Rucy Red?
The different colours of nano gold come from a phenomenon called surface plasmon resonance. Nanoparticles of gold resonate at frequencies within the visible spectrum of light. Smaller nano gold particles absorb and resonate with purple, blue, green, and yellow wavelengths of light, so they look red.
What does PPM mean?
PPM refers to the particles per million and is used to describe the concentration of the product. One PPM corresponds to 1 milligram of something per litre of water (mg / l). However, concentration is not the most important factor for colloidal substances.
Can Gold be taken along with prescription drugs?
Yes. Gold does not interfere with or interact with medications. Both gold and silver are noble metals, which means they do not readily combine with other substances to form compounds, so they do not interact with medications, herbs, or other supplements.
Can Gold be given to infants and children?
Yes. As a general rule dosage should be adjusted for the reduced body weight of children and infants. Dosage of one teaspoon for every 70 pounds of body weight is generally appropriate.