Trace elements and minerals

The basis of the K-Active® Vitality Line

Operation
The products
Trace elements and minerals...
  • … are elementary substances of human life and must be constantly supplied to the body from outside. Among other things, they are needed as central atoms for enzymes, but they are also essential for many other life processes.

Trace elements...
  • … are e.g. iron, copper, zinc, manganese, chromium, fluorine etc..

  • … are positively polar substances

  • … are called “acidic” substances because they are surrounded by many H+ ions in an aqueous solution.

  • By the supply of activated trace elements it comes by the “acidification” to a better “permeability” of the tissues.

Minerals...
  • … are e.g. calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium etc..

  • … are negative polar substances

  • … are called “basic” substances because they are surrounded by many OH- ions in an aqueous solution.

  • The alkaline environment of the materials causes the fabrics to solidify.

Enzymes…

  • … need as central atom a trace element or mineral substance

  • … are biocatalysts

  • … enable metabolic processes with low energy consumption

The material and energy cycle

… in nature

… in the NAWA® products

Raw materials such as iron, copper, zinc etc. are present in the earth, but in their original form cannot be used by the body. In order for humans to be able to use them for themselves, plants must absorb these basic substances and, together with solar energy, charge them energetically through photosynthesis. This process simultaneously produces oxygen, which is also an important substance for the functioning body.

Humans and animals feed on these plants and use or discharge the energy to enable the body’s own functions.

At the end of this cycle, water and carbon dioxide are excreted.

With the products of the K-Active® Vitality Line the tasks of the plant are replaced by an electromagnetic charge. These also produce activated ions (= activated trace elements and activated minerals), which can be made available to the body for its various tasks and functions.

Increased consumption of basic materials

  • This is caused, for example, by work, mental activity, growth, sport, pregnancy, injury and illness.

  • A balance can be achieved by the supply of these basic substances through a balanced diet and additional products.

  • If there is a lack of care, the “life-supporting functions” are maintained as a matter of priority, since the body functions according to the “priority principle”.

Reasons for a lack of basic substances

  • Incorrect nutrition

  • Modern cultivation methods: intensive cultivation and eutrophication. Due to rapid growth, plants cannot absorb enough basic substances.

  • Blockades during the switchover to the basic (regenerative) phase due to

    • Fine currents in the mouth, caused by amalgam/implants
    • general electrosmog
    • Problems due to geomancy disorders, especially in the sleeping area

Slight deficiency symptoms

  • Rapid fatigue

  • Listlessness

  • Increased susceptibility to infections

  • Nervousness

  • Insomnia

Consequences of long-term undersupply

  • Vascular diseases

  • Rheumatism

  • Allergies

  • Disorders of the immune system

  • Inflammatory diseases

  • Diseases of the respiratory organs and gastrointestinal tract

  • Hair loss

The performance and regeneration cycle…

… in everyday life

… in sports

1) Physiological processes during warm up and performance

  • Increase in oxygen transport capacity, supply of energy-rich substrates and enzymatic metabolism

  • Liquefaction of (connective) tissue

During the activity or “sympathetic” phase, more trace elements are required, while during the regeneration or “parasympathetic” phase, more minerals are required. Muscle cramps usually do not occur during the day, but rather at night, when the body needs minerals for its regenerative processes. If not enough of these are available, then the body prioritizes: For example, sufficient quantities of substances are allocated to the liver and too few to the musculature.

Depending on the individual requirements and wishes of the body, we can supply it with the right fabrics at the right time. This means administering trace elements to the body in the morning or during the day and after switching to parasympathetic minerals.This promotes performance, but is also a prophylaxis against overloads and diseases.

The power and regeneration cycle is divided into 4 different areas, with the warm up phase and the sporty power phase being regarded as equivalent.
In these phases it is mainly a matter of bringing the performance of the human body up to the load or keeping the athletic performance at the maximum level. Through athletic performance, energies and substances are consumed, structures destroyed and metabolic processes not optimally completed, which among other things leads to the formation of lactate.

The aim of Cool down is to further reduce these metabolic waste products during “acid regeneration” (tissue is still in the acidic range), among other things by means of slight stress stimuli with increased breathing volume.
The moderate movements also promote circulation via the various vascular systems, the flow velocity of fluids between the cells and the extracellular and intercellular exchange of substances.

Slag as well as structural debris can thus be degraded more intensively, which leads to a “purification” of the structures, a change in the pH value, the washout of neuroactive substances etc. and thus contributes to an optimisation of regeneration.
In basic regeneration, the main focus is on making lost substances available to the cell again, building new structures through supercompensation, supporting the “basic” consolidation of structures and promoting physical and psychological regeneration.

2) Physiological processes during cool down

  • Compensation of the oxygen debt

  • Degradation and excretion of metabolic waste products and structural debris

  • Liquefaction of (connective) tissue

3) Physiological processes during alkaline regeneration

  • Renewal of energy and material depots

  • Hardening of bone and connective tissue

  • Physical and mental regeneration

Which products are suitable for the performance and regeneration phase?

In the performance phase:

The First Aid Cream and First Aid Spray contain activated trace elements and have a pH value of 2.8 of their basic substance. This enables them to “acidify” the tissues and make them more permeable or, by supplying activated trace elements, e.g. by activating enzymes, to make the metabolic processes run more smoothly.

In addition, the trace elements iron and copper can increase the oxygen transport capacity.

In many cases the First Aid Cream is more suitable, whereby the First Aid Spray (especially cooled) can be applied very well in the half time.

In the regeneration phase:

The Relax Cream is ideal for alkaline regeneration. This is based on a basic basic substance and can thus contribute to the “consolidation” of the structures as well as to mental relaxation.

Another important factor is the supply of activated minerals for absorption into the cell. During the performance phase, lactates are formed in it, which represent a problem for the cell. These are buffered by a mineral substance and both substances are then removed from the cell into the intercell region.
Especially after the load, the cells are ready to store these minerals back into their system and thus be prepared for the next load.

The acute care

After an injury or surgery, the wound is the most urgent task of the body, which it must take care of. It tries to reduce or completely stop the bleeding or blood loss.
With wound closure, the most important tasks and functions are performed by the fibroblasts, because with the appropriate number you can close the wound very quickly.

Scientific evidence has shown that the presence of zinc and iron promotes fibroblast migration.

Studies conducted by NAWA®, the manufacturer of the K-Active® Vitality Line, have shown that the zinc/iron (Zn/Fe) ratio of 1:1,000 provides the best results. This insight was incorporated into the development of the products “First Aid Spray” and “First Aid Creme”.

The wound healing process

In the first 4 to 5 days after an injury or operation, the area of the wound is very active in order to optimally meet all requirements.Accordingly, the pH value and thus the permeability of the tissues is relatively low. At the same time, there is an increased need for activated trace elements.
These two requirements can be met by First Aid Spray and First Aid Cream, which can lead to accelerated healing. Preclinical studies in Miami (USA) and studies in funnel chest surgery at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg have confirmed this clinical experience.

After this first phase, the body slowly returns to its sympathetic and parasympathetic rhythm. Accordingly, one uses the First Aid Cream or the Electrolyte Cream during the day and the Relax Cream after 16 or 17 o’clock.

Examples of wound healing processes from NAWA® studies

Studies on pigs in Miami

Studies at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Normal wound healing:

Wound healing using NAWA® products:

Normal wound healing:

Wound healing using NAWA® products:

Abrasion after 7 days:

Funnel chest surgery after 4 days:

Injury with a scalpel after 7 days:

Funnel chest surgery after 9 days:

Skin transplantation after 7 days:

Funnel chest surgery after 90 days:

How can the faster healing process be explained?

After an injury, the tissue needs more zinc and iron, among other things. The body needs a certain amount of time to make these substances available. It can take even longer if there is a deficiency of these substances in the body.

The improved healing tendencies can be explained by external support, i.e. by administering the substances from NAWA® products.

The products

First Aid Spray

A must-have for every clinic, medicine chest and sports bag: Activated trace elements for the acute and initial treatment of open injuries (e.g. abrasions, lacerations and cuts) and 1st and 2nd degree burns. Already successfully used many times in top-class sport.
The products of the K-Active® Vitality Line do not suppress the symptoms – they support the body in its autoreparative processes!

The K-Active® First Aid Spray is a class 2 a medical device and can therefore be used in the area of open wounds and mucous membranes. Thus it is applicable for open injuries, after operations (also in the mouth area) as well as for birth injuries.

Tip: Also suitable for children, as it does not burn.

Effect:

  • Cleans the wound
  • Reduces bleeding
  • Prevents infections
  • Reduces swelling
  • Promotes healing
  • Without skin irritating substances

Application:

  • Spray onto the wound immediately after injury
  • Repeat several times
  • Can also be used in the mouth, eye and mucous membrane area

Clean wound with K-Active® First Aid Spray if necessary. Spray wound with K-Active® First Aid Spray, repeat several times. If possible, apply bandage and keep moist with K-Active® First Aid Spray. Make sure that the dressing does not stick to the wound. FFor a stronger cooling effect, store K-Active® First Aid Spray in the refrigerator.

Hint: The K-Active® First Aid Cream can be applied around the wound during the first 4 days to support healing and the K-Active® Electrolyte Cream can be applied after 5 days.

First Aid Creme

Activated trace elements such as iron, copper, zinc, selenium, etc. support various body functions and can be used as a first aid cream for the acute and initial treatment of closed blunt injuries such as bruises, sprains, bruises and muscle injuries.
After use in the area of acute care, the cream should be applied several times a day for the first 4 to 5 days in the area of the injured area. From the 5th day, the First Aid Cream can be used during the day (sympathetic nervous system) and the Relax Cream (parasymphatic nervous system) during the night, according to the rhythm of the day.

  • Minimizes the occurrence of haematomas
  • Promotes healing
  • Reduces swelling
  • Reduces pain
  • Without skin irritating substances
  • Suitable for children
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Doping-free

Hint:
In addition to use in acute care, the activated trace elements can also be used very effectively in prophylaxis, performance enhancement and health maintenance. There, the cream is used according to the daily rhythm of the day or before and during exercise as well as in the cool-down area.
In addition, the First Aid cream can also be applied around the mouth, eyes and other mucous membrane areas.

Tip: Also available as handy mini tubes with 20 ml!
In addition to the large tubes, the practical helpers from the Vitality Line are also available in the handy travel size (20 ml) – for acute care, supportive wound healing and regeneration. So you always have the right thing for every situation in life – especially on the road, on the road and during sports!

Electrolyt Creme

The K-Active® Electrolyte Cream differs from the K-Active® First Aid Cream by a higher PH value of the basic substance as well as an optimized fat content for a noticeably intensive care experience.
This medical device is intended for external use for the treatment of skin injuries (e.g. cuts, abrasions, cracks and bruises), 1st and 2nd degree burns (also sunburn) and for the treatment of scar tissue and blunt traumas (2nd healing phase).

Effect:

  • Promotes wound healing
  • Reduces swelling
  • Reduces pain
  • Prevents infections
  • Minimizes the occurrence of haematomas
  • Reduces scarring

Bruises and edemas are reduced more quickly, swelling is reduced and pain is relieved. The formation of new tissue is supported, healing after operations or injuries (wounds, burns, sunburn) is improved and scarring is reduced.

Instructions for use:
K-Active® Electrolyte Cream can also be used in combination with a common dressing. By covering the injured skin, the wound is additionally protected from external influences that could interfere with healing. K-Active® Electrolyte Cream is suitable for iontophoresis. It is applied under the anode.

Hint:

  • Can also be used on the mouth, eyes and mucous membrane area
  • Very suitable for the treatment of radiation damage and older scars

Tip: Also available as handy mini tubes with 20 ml!
In addition to the large tubes, the practical helpers from the VitalityLine are also available in the handy travel size (20 ml) – for acute care, supportive wound healing and regeneration. So you always have the right thing for every situation in life – especially on the road, on the road and during sports!

Relax Creme

The K-Active Relax Cream enables the necessary mineral substitution in the corresponding performance, regeneration and healing phases of the body! For external use in the regeneration phase. Promotes relaxation and recovery of muscles, fasciae, tendons and ligaments.

Effect:

  • Supports the “passive” regeneration phase after athletic/physical exertion
  • Counteracts sore muscles and cramps
  • Supports structural healing after injuries and operations

Hints:

  • Can also be used on the mouth, eyes and mucous membrane area
  • Can be used in prophylaxis after sports or according to the daily cycle in the evening (parasympathetic nervous system) for relaxation and regeneration.

Tip: Also available as handy mini tubes with 20 ml!
In addition to the large tubes, the practical helpers from the Vitality Line are also available in the handy travel size (20 ml) – for acute care, supportive wound healing and regeneration. So you always have the right thing for every situation in life – especially on the road, on the road and during sports. Should not be missing in the sports bag or in the culture bag!

Recommendations for use

Prophylaxis

Prophylaxis

  • can also be used on the face (high environmental pollution), ears (reflex organ) and scars (possible interference field)
  • can also be used for piercings, tattoos, brandings etc., as these areas can represent an interference field for the body
  • on the day: First Aid Cream

  • in the evening: Relax Cream

Open wounds

Open wounds & operations

  • can also be used in the mouth or in gynaecological areas (e.g. birth)
  • Day 1 to 5: First Aid Spray directly onto the wound, First Aid Cream around the wound

  • from day 6 (should the wound be closed): first aid cream or electrolyte cream on the scar and its surroundings during the day, relax cream in the evening.

Injuries

Hematoma & Closed Injuries

  • Acute care: First Aid Spray on the affected area – can also be used cooled very well! Alternative First Aid cream on the affected area

  • Day 1 to 5: First Aid Cream

  • from day 6: first aid cream or electrolyte cream on the scar and its surroundings on the day, relax cream in the evening

Sunburn

Sunburn

  • Day 1 to 5: First aid cream or electrolyte cream directly on the affected area

  • from day 6: first aid cream or electrolyte cream on the scar and its surroundings on the day, relax cream in the evening

Polar Frost®

Whether cold or warm – works quickly and effectively!

Polar Frost®

NAQI®

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NAWA®

Medical products for sports, injuries and pregnancy.

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