Palladium: Strengthens bones and teeth. Supports vision.
Palladium is reported to promote healthy tissue regeneration. It is believed to increase the electrical transmission across the synapses within the brain to improve memory, increase mental alertness and promote general tissue regeneration of the neurological tissues.
Palladium detoxifies radical and errant oxides from the body, enhance intercellular communication, and assist in neural connectivity for better mental acuity.
In the human body, Palladium becomes a superb antioxidant as it aids in collecting radical O-ions, combining them with hydrogen to produce water, thus reducing internal oxidation. As an example of a direct application in fat cells, when the molecular reconfiguration of fat cells begins to take place and the fat is reallocated for burning, in many cases free-radicals are released into the blood stream as oxidants, and Palladium does a superb job containing and eliminating them.
Palladium is good for vision and reparation, regeneration of certain cellular structures that are duty specific, such as the cones and rods for the eyes, the taste buds of the tongue and other things that have to do with sensory apparatus.
In the monatomic state, Palladium is said to aid in the reparation and the strengthening of such things as dental enamel and other things in the body.
Palladium smooths the walls of the intestinal tract, is an anticoagulant, increases stomach acids and enzymes for more efficient digestion, and calms the heart. It also works to strengthen the liver and kidneys.