Percy's Powder 60 x 1.4g Sachets
Percy's Powder Percy's Powder is the original and legendary formulation based on 60 years of Percy Weston's own research.
Percy's Powder is best taken in conjunction with a diet containing vitamin B12 and other essential vitamins.
Percy's Powder is a blood tonic and helps maintain normal blood. It is a valuable source of iron and zinc.
The mineral salts in Percy’s Powder® readily dissolves in water (or fruit juice) to supply the body with a means of checking the build-up of acids and phosphate, and flushing them out in the urine. (Acid build-up in the tissues may cause infection and chronic disease.)
The minerals in Percy’s Powder® are also involved in regulating water balance, in making new blood, in the operation of muscles and nerves, in the movement of oxygen and carbon dioxide, in transporting cell nutrients and regulating cell nutrition, in making enzymes involved in digestion, energy production and protein building, and in activating hormones that regulate many body processes.
Percy’s mineral salts are sulphates (unlike most others ). This means each one dissociates in water into ions, groups of atoms that the body can use immediately wherever they are needed, Sulphates disinfect the blood, resist bacteria, and detoxifies.
Why take Percy’s Powder®?
Because modern diets, while containing these minerals, do not have enough of them to balance the abundant acid minerals coming from the soils conditioned by chemical fertilisers and processed additives.
Percy's Powder Ingredients
Each sachet contains:
MAGNESIUM (as sulphate) 78.1mg
POTASSIUM (as sulphate) 131mg
IRON (as sulphate) 9.1mg
ZINC (as sulphate) 10.2mg
MANGANESE (as sulphate) 9.1mg
(Adults and children over 12 years). Take one sachet of percy's powder daily in a glass of water. Stir well. Best taken with the juice of half a lemon, with grapefruit, or in grape or apple juice. May also be taken in tea.
Percy Weston's Background
Until his recent death at more than 100 years old, Percy Weston had been a farmer for much of the past century in the beautiful Ovens Valley of south-eastern Australia where his grand-parents settled during the goldrush. The family homestead, Riltrin, which he built himself, has views of Mount Buffalo and the Victorian alps. This haven of horticulture, with extensive nut grove, green orchards, vegetable garden and paddocks of grazing sheep, has its own spring-water supply. At one time he grew tobacco in the valley.
A scholarship Percy Weston won as a boy gave him a grounding in the sciences which would have led to a medical career had his father not suffered hardship at the hands of daring cattle thieves. On the farm our author found himself having to study nature closely and follow the practices of his pioneering parents in order to keep his crops, livestock and family healthy.
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