Can rutilated quartz crystals be used as an antioxidant and disinfectant for Covid-19?
The science seems to say so.
That's why Jamrock is promoting its recent find of rutile quartz as a coronavirus antioxidant.
Reports say the French used to prescribe rutile quartz for bronchitis.
Rutile quartz contains the proven coronavirus destroying mineral mix of titanium dioxide, TiO2, and silicon dioxide, SiO2.
Remdesivir, the COVID-19 and Ebola antiviral, also contains titania and silica.
It costs about $3,120 for the recommended six day treatment of Remdesivir.
Remdesivir is the antiviral that was used to cure the outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump of Covid-19.
Titanium dioxide has been used for decades by the medical community as a disinfectant, antiviral and antioxidant.
This is probably why titania is included in several antivirals like Remdesivir.
Rice University researchers discovered in 2011 that titanium dioxide's antiviral properties could be activated with a pinch of silicon dioxide or silica.
Silica replaces the need for UV lights that are usually used to activate titania.
Rice University's lead researcher, A. Barron, specifically noted that TiO2 and SiO2 or silica destroy coronaviruses.
Rutile quartz has been valued for centuries as a healing crystal and gemstone.
Since ancient days rutile quartz, RQ, has been used in its crushed and whole form to make gem water and crystal multivitamins.
Crushed rutile quartz crystals quickly provide a number of benefits just like the gemstones they are made from including those listed below.
Benefits and Uses of Rutile Quartz
• Strengthens the immune system
• Improves respiratory health
• Assists with food disorders
• Increases energy
• Aids in tissue health
• Balances thyroid glands
• Combats aging
• Lifts depression
• Used as a diagnostic tool to pinpoint the cause of a bug
RQ is prized for the cleansing titanium dioxide that flows through its supercharged silicon dioxide (quartz) crystal base.
International Shipping with 75% Discount for Rare RQ
A google search shows that the market price for rutile quartz ranges from $2 to $20 per carat or $10 to $100 per gram.
But Jamrock is selling its rare rutile quartz gemstones in their powdered form for 25% of the lowest market price.
The price also includes $35 for safe and secure international courier delivery with tracking by DHL.
Covid Crystals is being sold for $50 instead of the lowest market price of $200 for 20 grams.
The Junior mining company's aim is to ensure that as many people as possible can access its Covid Crystals given the global pandemic.
Titania's Global Antiviral Applications
Several companies are already using titania based solutions as an air purifier and disinfectant to destroy coronaviruses on surfaces and in the air.
FDA and CDC Approval of Titania
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, approved titanium dioxide as a hospital disinfectant in 2008 in the form of Superoxidized Water, SOW.
The US Food and Drug Administration, FDA, has titania and silicon dioxide on its list of approved mineral supplements.
Rutile quartz is also found in Brazil, Madagascar, United States, Australia, Kazakhstan, Pakistan and Norway.
The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Never disregard professional medical advice, or delay in seeking it.
We provide a money-back guarantee if for any reason you're not satisfied with Covid Crystals.
Just follow the instructions on the link for our refund policy to receive your money back.
Jamrock is adding another layer of security for its buyers.
It's asking one of Jamaica's most respected senior police officers to ensure that customers receive a refund or their products if anything criminal prevents Jamrock from fulfilling its orders.
This additional layer has been added to provide more security for buyers who are sceptical about doing business with Jamaica.
Their scepticism is partly due to Jamaica's unenviable reputation for scamming and its ranking as one of the world's murder capitals.
In addition Jamrock is only selling what it has on hand that can be readily shipped in two days by DHL.
Unknown parties recently stole some of Jamrock's crystals.
But there's a lot left in the ground.
Jamrock suspects the theft was carried out by Jamaicans on behalf of foreign interests with deep pockets.
Logic says no Jamaican would spend their time digging a load of rock stone crystals, no matter how beautiful, without having a market.
The primary market for Jamaican quartz crystals is currently overseas.