Indium is a soft, silver-white metal used in manufacturing. It is chemically similar to aluminum and gallium.
- Indium’s most common industrial use is in the production of electrodes used in liquid crystal displays (LCDs). Some dietary supplements contain indium.
- Indium is a mineral believed to support several hormonal systems in the body and may elevate immune activity and reduce the severity and duration of a plethora of human conditions.
- It is believed that indium may provide aid to the hypothalamus and pituitary glands. These two master hormone producers have the job of maintaining optimal output of hormones for the body. Once this stasis is achieved, a great many other hormone-producers become stimulated, causing a domino effect and helping retard aging and various health problems.
- Indium seems to enhance food and mineral absorption by the body. It even has been found to aid in the utilization of other essential trace elements. It is not found in food or water; in fact, although it is not ordinarily found in the human body at all after approximately 25-30 years of age, those people taking indium experience beneficial results immediately.
Some of the short-term benefits reported by many indium users include: increased energy, an enhanced sense of wellbeing – the so-called “indium high?, and a reduced need for sleep.
- Long-term benefits of indium include (but are not limited to) a gradual correction of many chronic illnesses such as: ADD, improved blood pressure, stress-related problems, healthier body weight, autism, and a reversal of visible signs of aging. It is believed that when taking indium one feels rejuvenated and energized because the hormonal system is working better.
- Indium might be UNSAFE. Taking indium by mouth might result in damage to the kidneys, heart, liver, and other organs.
- Breathing in indium might irritate the lungs.
- Applying indium to the skin might cause skin irritation.
- Special Precautions & Warnings:
- Pregnancy and breast-feeding: It’s UNSAFE for anyone to use indium as a medicine. While the effects of indium on an unborn infant or a nursing infant are unknown, the fact that it can cause damage to organs in adults is cause for concern. Don’t use indium if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
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Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indium#Applications