Rich Clinical History

  • Quinton™ has been trusted for over a 100 years throughout Europe.

The History: René Quinton (1866-1925)

René Quinton was a recognized doctor, biologist, biochemist, and physiologist.

René Quinton was committed to answering the profound question, “Where did all life begin?” It was this question that set him out on an expansive journey of discovery that led him to observe the life cycle that originated from deep within the center of seasonal vortex plankton blooms. There he observed whales and other large marine life converging at the bloom; he later confirmed that the phytoplankton blooms were consumed by hundreds of different species of zooplankton (commonly referred to as “pre-krill”), which, in turn, fed the krill that these enormous marine creatures consumed and on which they thrived.

René Quinton captured samples of this microcosmic ocean environment and began to study its similarities to humans.

When René Quinton passed away in 1925, he was a French national hero. It is estimated that as many as 1 million people from all around the globe attended his funeral. In fact, in October, 2004, the French Ministry of Science and Health celebrated 100 years of Quinton™ science by holding a world symposium on the historical and contemporary oral use of Quinton.

”The germ is nothing, terrain is everything.” – Claude Bernard (1817-1920)

René Quinton began organizing his theory on the Origin of Life which he summarized in his treatise, “L’Origin de Mere” published in 1907.

Evolutionary Understanding of Original Quinton™ Mineral Component

100 years ago, René Quinton substantiated 15 elements of the periodic table were present in Quinton seawater; he suspected the existence of five more, and concluded that the scientific community should find them all. Gradually, as the forms of analysis progressed, more and more elements were confirmed.

Henry Doffin, Professor of Biology at the University of Poitiers, France in the 1950’s, was the first to state that deep seawater contained all of the known trace minerals. Doffin famously defined seawater as a “…formidable fluid mass, enriched by all the cells extracted from the rocks of the deep or delivered by the rivers; each liter is ‘panatonic’; that is, it contains all of the existing elements.” With this definition, he opened the debate that has brought numerous authors to give mathematical formula of such concentrations.

Gregory and Overberger (USA) also stated that Mendeleve’s period classification is found complete in the water of the sea. Wanoff proposed 44 elements, Jean Dermey 61 and Laboratories Quinton Laboratories Quinton International, S.L. gave us 62. These are according to complex calculations of the concentration started from the ml, liter, or km, adapting to each element and the analysis methods of the time. This explains the multiple versions that are given on the composition of seawater in terms of its concentration.

At present we should not refer exclusively to the “weighted chemistry” aspect, but also to this “infinitesimal chemistry” that is difficult to interpret and especially to measure out.

It is evident that we should refer to molar concepts in order to give the most exact definition possible.

The University of Miami provides us with an indisputable scientific answer giving a molar approximation by “neuron diffraction spectrometry.” At the moment this is the most exact form to compare the qualitative composition of the TOTAL ion-minerals of seawater and its concentration.

This gives us a TOTAL of 83 BIOAVAILABLE elements in NATURAL seawater at biological temperature. Each liter of seawater corresponds on average to 300 milligrams of prebiotic carbon derivatives, such as amino acids, sugars, vitamins, etc. The ions (present in liquid form, missing in sold form) are natural chemical and electronic elements that are transformed by the phyto-plankton and zoo-plankton in natural chains.

Cold treatment maintains this composition and formula.

Disclaimer: The history of Quinton™  is provided for educational purposes only. Original Quinton™ makes no implied claims regarding the health benefits or its use. Quinton™ is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.

If you are on a low sodium diet, Original Quinton™ does not recommend the use of Quinton™ Hypertonic (Quinton™ Hypertonic contains the same amount of sodium as that found in an apple).



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