CHIAMAKA Cellular Rejuvenation Crystals are a recent addition to my ongoing health-supporting toolkit.  

The ingredients are: Baobab Fruit (Organic), Rooibos (Organic), Acerola Cherry (Organic), Silica from Bamboo (Organic), Silica from Horsetail Extract Equisetum Arvense Plant (Organic), L-Proline, L-Lysine HCL, Glycine, Ascorbic Acid, and Himalayan Salt.

It's a simple product to use.  I take 1 scoop in water first thing upon waking and wait 10 minutes before eating, drinking, or taking any other supplements or medications.  

The exciting part of CHIAMAKA is that it is more about physics (frequency) than chemistry (ingredients) and the crystals are programmed to behave like hydrogen.

CHIAMAKA has "powerful anti-aging properties to assist the body in reversing ravages of time on our cells."  While it is aimed at improving hair, skin, and nails, I'm excited about this product in part due to its ability to increase the level of intracellular water (ICW) in our cells. This has been shown via BIA (bioelectrical impedance analysis) and is discussed further on the Product page.  

Beyond BIA, CHIAMAKA has also been shown to positively influence heart-rate variability (HRV) as discussed on the Science page.  Both the ICW and HRV changes really grabbed my attention.

CHIAMAKA is "Hydration from the Inside Out" and hydration is key to so many processes in the body.  I found the article "Your Body and You: A Guide to Body Water" to be a helpful discussion around intracellular water.  It is not uncommon for people with less than optimal health to have less than optimal levels of hydration.  Hydration is a key to looking and feeling our best.

Disclaimer: No claims are being made about this product.  Always discuss any potential items you are considering with your healthcare professional. Elevated Artisans is an affiliate of this site.

 


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