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 listen to Mr. Elmer G. Heinrich, Chairman of the Board of  The Rockland Corporation, talk 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.

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