This is my story on this mineral supplements

by Samir Jamati , ND Naturopathe 514-620-6853
(Montreal, |PQ,Canada)

Naturopathy College of Quebec.

Naturopathy College of Quebec.

I start drinking this Canadian Mineral supplement in 1985, and had the privilege of knowing Dr. Karl Jurak. I had some minor arthritis at that time and needed some natural products to help me relieve the symptoms, and to improve the quality of my sleep and regain energy. Well, to my surprise, it did it!

With my experience as a chemist with a pharmaceutical company in Quebec, I realized that I had the opportunity to help many of my colleagues and friends with this potassium-supplement. I decided to return to school in 2008 to study Naturopathy, a 2 ½-year course with specialization in the Hygionomy approach on how to improve your immune system.

I graduated last summer and I can tell you that your Canadian Mineral supplement product is the best as a daily supplement, and I will recommend it to my patients, friends and relatives.

To your health.

Samir Jamati, N.D., Naturopathe with the Hygionomy approach.

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