Kington Life Plasma : 83 types of bioavailable elements

Kington Life Plasma is not any seawater. It is harvested from an exclusive plankton bloom vortex where ecological interactions produce 83 types of bioavailable elements that are predigested by oceanic plankton. As humans need at least 70 types of minerals to maintain a balanced composition of our body fluid, Kington Life Plasma is able to restore the balance in our internal environment by providing these trace elements in full spectrum and balanced composition. The minerals are also in bioavailable crystalloid forms which allow easy absorption.

Kington Life Plasma was first discovered by Rene Quinton, a French scientist, biologist, physiologist and humanitarian. It has been used for over 100 years and is supported by extensive clinical documents proving its physiological benefits. By providing the body with essential trace elements for the transmission of electromagnetic energy, cellular communication can be enhanced, thus leading to better health and performance.

Here is a summarisation of what Kington Plasma is.

During our daily cells replacement process, it is important to have a balance ExtraCellular Fluid (ECF) in order for cells to communicate. Trace element play an important role here to maintained a balanced ECF. Trace element are rarely enough from our daily diet.

For years, nutrients were washed into the ocean from land by rains. Over the years, the ocean has become a great storehouse for nutrients. Over time all these nutrients sank to the bottom of deep sea.

Vortex form in deep sea stirs up all these precious nutrients to the surface. When vortex cleared, phytoplankton on the surface of ocean absort these nutrients and caused a population bloom feeding the bigger zooplankton. When food are in abundance, the population of zooplankton follow suit.

Zooplankton consume and digest all these phytoplankton together with all the nutrients. The secretions of zooplankton completed the cycle of transformation, making all the nutrients into bioavailable. As many as 83 types of known trace elements can now be found in the sea water.

Human are known to required at least 70 types of minerals to maintain a balanced body fluid to build a strong and healthy cells. Kington Life Plasma contains 78 types of crystalloid minerals.

Crystalloid minerals in colloidal state is now bioavailable and can be directly absorb into human body.

With a balanced body fluid, cells renewal or replacement process will be highly effective. The composition of Kington Plasma matches our blood plasma and ExtraCellular Fluid (ECF).

A study has found that Kington Life Plasma is more life sustainable to white blood cells compared to artificial plasma.

Rene Quinton is regard as French national hero. His contribution is still memorable until this date.

Many of Quinton’s original write up and documentations are in French. If you would like to read more in details of translated English write up, here is a good source of reference for you: Good reference source

Kington Plasma is produce and packed using state of art technologies. Kington plasma comes in specially designed glass ampoule by Quinton to preserve the harvest’s natural properties.

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PRICE: 30 SACHETS = RM307.00

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Sally Ong  |  March 23, 2012 at 5:54 pm

    Hi can you please advise me whether kingston plasma can be given to people with autism. My son is 20 years old and he has mild to moderate asperger syndrome autism.
    Is there any testimony to this product used by brain injured children/adult. If so can you please give me the website and also how much to administer or give/day. TQ


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