Spagyri-Zyme is Proprietary Probiotic Enzyme designed to enhance the potency and bioavailability of Spagyric Products by facilitating the enzymatic reactions of the spagyric solution. Phoenix adds his desired Spagyrics to roughly 1/8tsp of the Probiotic Enzyme Supplement daily to enhance Vitality Levels + help promote proper biodiversity of his Microbiome.
More Info On The Micro-Organisms
This Product Contains many anaerobic Micro-Organisms from Soil, Various Water Sources, Compost, Food Materials, and More. Some of these micro-organisms are conceived of to be "dangerous" or "ill advised" to take internally by the modern medical establishment. As a result this product is for Research and Development Purposes Only.
With that clearly stated, Intrinsic Data Analysis has shown repetitively that there is not a lifeform around except harmful bacteriae, fungi, and viruses that do not benefit from this Microbial Enzyme Formula. Plants, Animals, Humans, and soil conditions all thrive with its use and it has been tested in many applications both with IDF Analytics as well as tested visibly and organoleptically. There is a clear difference between the organisms given this product and those not given this product.
Our analytics show that in soil, animals, and humans, this product restores microbial levels and begins producing shikimic acid and other organic acid compounds within a matter of hours while accelerating the decomposition of organic matter and the chelation or biological transmutation of Heavy Metals and hazardous substances.
In a Soil Test, Spagyri-Zyme was able to break through the parrafin and wax layers in Crude Oil and further decompose the oil into organic fertilizer in just 8 days.
This product is sold for Research and Development Purposes Only and is not necessarily intended for ingestion. That being the case, Phoenix still consumes roughly 2mL of this solution daily and feels it to be important in restoring healthy microbial function to the gut.
Here is a Brief List of some of the Organisms Found Within Spagyri-Zyme:
- Rhodobacter capsulatis
- Micrococcus agilis
- Brevibacterium linens
- Pseudomonas stutzeri
- Arthrobacter uratoxydans
- Flavobacterium mizutaii
- Paenibacillus maceraus
- Micrococcus luteus
- Enterobacter Cloacae
- Bacillus licheniformis
- Sacchyromyces Cultures
- Lactobacillus Cultures