Tin is concentrated primarily in the adrenal glands but is also found in the liver, brain, spleen, and thyroid. Tin is found in the tissue and has many chemical and physical properties similar to those of carbon, silica, germanium, and lead. This has been implicated in hair and hearing loss. Little is known about the functions of tin in humans.
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Symptoms of Tin Deficiency
Male pattern baldness
Food Sources of Tin
Distilled water and 99.8% pure minerals. Tin +/-100 parts per million.
1 tablespoon daily.
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