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Marine plasma harvested in the high seas, 11L format.
Marine plasma is an excellent nutrient for the body because it contains all the minerals and trace elements in an organic and bio-available manner.
This sea water is then packaged in 3, 11 and 20 litres bag in boxes, composed of litres carton+ high-density special food contact polyethylene (nothing to do with the water bottles PET plastic found in the stores, see the video above).
The formula to get isotonic sea water from hypertonic sea water is the following :
Life has a marine origin, it has been scientifically proven. The sea water has a chemical composition very similar to the one of blood plasma, which is why it is so beneficial to living beings. In order to optimise the absorption of minerals from the sea water, the harvest is carried out in a very specific place : the sea water collect is carried out in the high seas, in places privileged by their high stability in the composition of minerals, in sites where ocean currents keep the sea water perfectly clean and with a continual salinity, where marine whirlpools appear. In these places, there are large concentrations of plankton, the second biggest link in the food chain of the Earth, with the plants.
By doing the harvest in these places, the sea water contains all the minerals and trace elements in an organic and bio-available manner. We are isotonic sea water, in other words, our blood plasma contains about 9 g / l. of mineral salts, compared to the sea water which contains about 36 g / l, it is in the same proportions than in the blood. The most obvious and the most interesting way of using sea water can be a direct and controlled ingestion in the cooking.
Sea water has a so varied chemical composition that it can not be artificially synthesized, what does that mean exactly?Sea water cannot be manufactured, because it contains many elements in trace amounts, which actually make the "industrial" or "domestic" synthesis, that is to say mixing water with salt, to a production state, which is not the same as sea water. Such a mix is simply salt water which does not contain the specific properties of the sea water.
In these sites, the marine currents maintain the sea water perfectly clean and with a continual salinity, these are also places where marine whirlpools called vortex, favourable to plankton blooms appear. There is a large concentration of planktons in those areas, which benefit as well of an important oxygenation thanks to the Posidonia meadows, classified as a UNESCO world heritage since 1999, in the sector. These seagrass beds, located in rocky areas, are able to transform, by a process called marine biocenosis, the non bio-available mineral elements in bio-available elements, that is to say perfectly digestible by our body. The Mediterranean sea has a more important mineral concentration than in the oceans.
The region of Ibiza, which enjoys an image of paradise, is particularly protected and has an exceptional environment where marine life is a great diversity throughout the year. The capture and extraction procedure, associated with a 4°C ultrafiltration and the non-usage of materials capable of modifying the chemical composition of the water, make it the highest quality sea water, only cold-ultrafiltered, without any other intervention. Our suppliers, in addition, use four analysis methods analysis of the water quality:
Here are all of the interactions between minerals and trace elements in sea water, illustrating the complexity and the unique character of sea water as the matrix liquid. The arrows pointing to each other show a synergy, the arrows in opposition show an interference or antagonism.
The internal body environment and sea water fulfil the same functions, one in relation to the cells, the other in connection with the micro-organisms of the marine ecosystem. In both cases, it is the maintenance of the physical and chemical conditions in accordance with the development of life. Both are, therefore, mineral environments of which homeostasis and the chemical structure are the result of biological regulation. In addition, the analysis shows that their respective compositions are identical.
However, composition alone is not sufficient to demonstrate the tangible therapeutic properties of marine plasma. Indeed, the study of the living world shows that the simple nature of an element does not determine its biological properties but the form and the structure in which it is present. Biochemistry differs from mineral chemistry, not by the nature of the atoms studied, but by the nature of the structures specific to living matter in which their atoms are combined. Biochemistry reveals that molecules activity mainly depends on their spatial configuration, to quote only one factor in which the importance is decisive in the study of enzymes, hormones, nucleic acids, etc.
When we study the chemical structure of sea water, which we don't know a lot of aspects, two constants emerge :
- On the one hand, the salts making up the salt matrix of marine water have a solubility result different from the one of the same salts which are dissolved in distilled water. Therefore, hydration of sea salts is not only due to its specific nature, but also owes its special properties to the transformation of these elements within the cycles of the ecosystem. You can talk about the revitalization of marine elements. In fact, the salt matrix of marine waters is a unique natural environment which is almost impossible to reproduce artificially. This specific salts hydration determines the physical characteristics of the water itself, the foundation of the metabolism.
- On the other hand, as in its composition, the salts nature and the way in which the various elements are present in the salt matrix of sea waters are close to what we find in the internal environment.
From a therapeutic point of view, it is precisely the specific form of the oligo-elements and mineral salts which interests us because we are looking for the action they induce. It is the basic theory on which is based the whole of the study of the marine plasma concept and which was exposed for the first time in 1897 by René Quinton: "There is an physiological identity between marine plasma and human plasma", which means marine plasma has the same ability than human plasma to be used as mineral support for cellular life. It is not only a simple salt solution in which the composition is close to the one of the extracellular fluid, but a genuine physiological serum in perfect osmosis with the internal environment, which fully satisfies the minerals needs of the cells.
Here is a video of the encounter with our suppliers from Ibiza, who collect sea water by boat in the best possible conditions, in my sense which are close to the recommendations of René Quinton. From a quick look and unless refuted, only three companies in the world harvest like that by boat. Moreover, they use the most state-of-the-art technologies in terms of "sensitive" analysis of the water, being the representatives in Spain of Masaru Emoto Foundation and the only ones in Spain to have a dark-field microscope. Concerning the process : The water is captured at the right time on high seas, in an area between 40 and 200 meters deep, the harvesting is between 15 and 25 metres deep, in areas privileged for their high stability in the minerals composition.
After our encounter with the suppliers, we have been very surprised by the different existing practices of harvesting sea water in the world. We are looking for the best international suppliers for all our products and we travel the world to see how they work and when it doesn't suit us, we impose our own specifications (such as for olive wood plates, the dehydrated algae at a temperature below 40°C, the coconuts, etc) in order to have an optimal quality. In this way, we try to change the practice of the producers to ensure that quality standards evolve to higher quality for all and old standards are gradually replaced by new ones, such as the dehydration at 40°C for example. According to our information, many European companies pump water from the ports, the beaches, the coast, units of sea water desalination, even salt wells in solid earth.
Our supplier harvests the hypertonic marine plasma by boat in areas where plankton activity is maximum and where the Posidonia meadows provide an excellent oxygenation, that being said, the harvest in a vortex, which is the icing on the cake, is not 100% guaranteed, it can be partial or absent at the time of the boat arrival in these very intese marine life areas. The reason is a material reason, the vortex being of variable length, ephemeral and random, they do not enable to collect water during a very important time and in too large volumes. The arguments that you can find here and there on the harvest in the vortex from the coastline (not by boat) deserve an in-depth review...
Here is a very simple question to ask to your usual supplier of marine plasma to see it more clearly:
The harvest of of the best quality marine plasma must be done on specific sites with the presence of high plankton concentrations (blooms) which spontaneously appear after a few days of good weather without wind and at certain seasons (not in summer, the water is too hot) in specific locations where water currents are favourable to the formation of movable vortex (such as cyclones). The vortex and the plankton blooms are natural and ephemeral phenomena occuring at certain locations only when these specific conditions are met. It must be in the right place at the right time. A boat seems to me to be the only serious possibility to be able to harvest like this.
We always find a lot of information on the localization, the transformation sea water and its multiple uses among the companies which market it, I have never seen a single photo or video of a harvesting boat and the accurate and precise methods of harvesting are very rarely discussed, while it is for me vital and essential points.
Being an agronomist, these are the points that I am interested in: a sourcing of the highest quality.
- DMD: 3 years after the date of production
- Packaging: dimensions 19 x 19 x 34 cm
The sea water is packaged in Bag-in-Box, that is to say a 100% recyclable cardboard, with a thin layer of high density 100% recyclable polyethylene, the best plastic material existing for food contact which does not harm. Indeed, all plastics are not equally created and the HDPE with the number "2" is the container which showed the best behavior according the plastic substances migration by leaching, so a safe container until it is protected from the sunrays.
In its original composition, it is free of phthalates and BPA, considered with the "5" polypropylene containers as the best containers to be in contact with food quality liquids. With variable volume formats of 3, 11 and 20 litres, the Bag-in-Box is a one-way system, which does not require a logistical structure to get the empty containers back, unlike the traditional packaging (PET) and polycarbonate packaging (PC), which require a chemical decontamination and a washing to be reused later. It generates a saving of 20% in energy costs during the transport, the one way system eliminates the cost of fuel and the energy of the return journey, in addition to the reduction of CO² emissions. The Bag-in-Box extends the shelf life of the product, reducing considerably the manufacturing system and therefore the consumption of energy. The concept of Bag-in-Box has been recognized green champion of 2007 AVEX Congress.
The non-air system guarantees a total purity of the liquid until the last drop because the air does not enter in the container as it is withdrawn, thus the possibility of water contamination by the introduction of ambient air inside the container is almost zero. In this way, the consumption period of sea water is widely extended once the Bag-in-Box is open.
Its dosing is convenient thanks to its integrated tap. This comfortable system facilitates sea water supply and storage throughout the year.
Different plastic materials are used as food packaging and we can find them on the market as se water "container". Keep yourself informed, the labeling is mandatory and has a number in a triangle. The Bag-in-Box we use are HDPE « 2 ».
PET : Very strongly not recommended and the least expensive
In spite of this, we commonly find it in soft drink bottles, water bottles, cooking oil bottles. Risks: can release antimony, benzene, and phthalates. At a certain temperature, the migration is very high and depending on the type of "liquid", in case of sea water, the use is discouraged, because the high salinity and the sea water capacity as a solvent enable the migration of toxic substances coming from PET plastic in a highly accelerated manner. The main released compounds are: Antimony, Formaldehyde, Acetaldehyde, Phthalates, Bisphenol A, Trihalomethanes compounds. The use of such plastic to pack sea water is simply not acceptable.
HDPE (Polyethylene High Density) : The safest and also the most expensive
It is commonly found in packaging for milk, plastic bags, yoghurt containers, wine, oil, water and sea water. It is the material that we have chosen for the Bag-in-Box.
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