Senonian Vegetate

Senonian Vegetate

“Senonian” refers to a period about 75 million years ago. During the Senonian Period the Earth’s soil was many times more fertile and rich with minerals than it is now. The soils near the Earth’s crust are thought to have contained at least 84 minerals. The Earth was therefore filled with lush green forests and wholesome, succulent, wild fruits and vegetables.

Scientists believe that all living things at that time, whether plant or animal, were extremely healthy. The explanation lies in the fact that plants living in that era were able to extract 70 or more minerals from the soil. When vegetation died and accumulated in large piles, and were slowly buried by rocks and mud flows, and deposits of sand and silt, the weight of the overflow compacted or compressed out all of the moisture, and what remains today is a deposit of pure, dried, prehistoric plant derivatives known as Senonian Vegetate.

It’s no wonder that TRC refers to Senonian Vegetate as being the result of Mother Nature’s own incubation.

The Senonian Vegetate is mined from the TRC Mine in Emery County, Utah, USA. You can also find out more about the early history and subsequent formulation of TRC’s plant derived minerals in liquid nutrition products, in particular Liquid Life.

Click here to watch the video.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

Average rating:  
 0 reviews
Both comments and pings are currently closed.

18 Responses to “Senonian Vegetate”

  1. pharmacist says:

    Do you people have a facebook fan page? I looked for one on twitter but could not discover one, I would really like to become a fan!

  2. Awesome pics! I appreciate the post so much! 😉

  3. lee hyori says:

    The amazing little blueberry has emerged as nature’s number one source of antioxidants among fresh fruits and vegetables.

  4. found your site on del.icio.us today and really liked it.. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later

  5. Bianca Tetu says:

    Can you provide more information on this? cheers

  6. Ron Tedwater says:

    Really nice post,thank you

  7. If you could e-mail me with a few suggestions on just how you made your blog look this excellent, I would be grateful.

  8. Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

  9. I like browsing your website because you can always bring us new and awesome things, I feel that I should at least say a thank you for your hard work.

    – Henry

  10. It’s really a nice and helpful piece of information. I’m glad that you shared this helpful info with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thanks for sharing.

  11. Medical Jobs says:

    What a great resource!

  12. Thanks for the post, keep posting stuff

  13. maria andros says:

    Thanks for the post, keep posting stuff

  14. Termal Oteller says:

    It’s really a nice and helpful piece of information. I’m glad that you shared this helpful info with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thanks for sharing…

  15. Oralee Buitrago says:

    Good thing you have here! I actually love how it is easy on my eyes as well as the details are well composed. I am wondering how I could be notified whenever a new post has been made. I have subscribed to your rss feed which really should work! Have a good day!

  16. redtube says:

    Thanks for such interesting and terrific post. Really useful and helpful information. I’ve twitted your blog.

  17. lg over the range microwave says:

    Hello, I discovered your blog in a new directory of blogs. I dont know how your blog came up. Your weblog looks good. Have a good day.

  18. google earth live says:

    That was a awesome read,You discover something new every day.