Richard Olree

Author of Minerals for the Genetic Code and the soon to be released Minerals for Acupuncture Meridians

Topic: Hair Tests

Many diseases are a result of a mineral deficiency or a mineral toxicity. It’s very easy to have minerals out of balance. Supplementing with calcium for instance, may cause a magnesium deficiency, which in turn can cause heart disease. Too much fluoride can cause an iodine deficiency, which may result in diseases such as hypothyroid and breast cancer. High levels of aluminum can displace boron, and result in Alzheimer’s Disease.

Minerals play a crucial role when it comes to our DNA. Proper genetic expression is impossible if there are too many, or too little of any particular mineral. In other words, you need to have the right minerals in the right balance in order for your genes to produce healthy cells.

Dr. Richard Olree is a brilliant mineral and genetics expert, as well as a sought out chiropractor. He has studied the interactions of minerals for over 30 years, and has made some incredible discoveries. He has found that our genome calls for 64 minerals. If a trace mineral is unavailable to make the amino acid required by the DNA code, the human system will try another way, using a different set of amino acids and minerals. This can have profound impacts on health.

Dr. Olree’s chiropractic office and health food store are in Hillman, Michigan.

Show highlights:

No masks are required for Dr. Olree’s employees or customers at his health food store, and recently vaccinated people are denied chiropractic treatment in his office. Why and for how long following vaccination?

“This is such an unsettled science,” says Dr. Olree, referring to mRNA covid vaccines.

Is aging a comorbidity?

Patrick and Dr. Olree discuss hair mineral analysis and its history, beginning in 1913 with a test for arsenic poisoning.

Do low selenium levels make people more vulnerable to covid? Do shorter telomeres have the same effect?

What are telomeres, and why are they important? Are they the batteries at the ends of your chromosomes? Can they extend life?

Dr. Olree elaborates on the 452 substances in the spinal fluid and the 46 minerals.

Patrick has had high copper levels for years. Dr. Olree lists possible reasons.

Why do people in coal-burning areas have toxic minerals in their hair?

Why are Californians more susceptible to high vanadium levels?

Does water’s acidity or alkalinity make a difference?

What are the benefits of sea kelp for cows? Dr. Olree explains the results of his pilot study.

Does iodine repel flies?

What is the difference between copper(I) and copper(II)? Which one is more absorbable?

What foods are high in copper?

Does glyphosate prevent absorption of minerals?


Do ocean water minerals help the growth of organic plants?

Why does Dr. Olree prefer Redmond Salt from a mine in Redmond, Utah?

Does Morton Salt contain aluminosilicate, and what kind of problems does it cause?

What happens to a person’s aura when they enter another person’s aura? “When a dog goes into heat, it attracts a lot of friends!”

How can telomeres be lengthened?

How do you pull excess vanadium out of the body?

Can borax be diluted to get boron? What foods contain boron?

Richard Olree D.C. with his insights on current “virus” issues and hair analysis, February 23. 2021

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    'Richard Olree – Hair Mineral Analysis; Selenium Levels; COVID Vaccines, and More – February 23, 2021' have 2 comments

    1. February 24, 2021 @ 11:46 am SeeBee

      I love Dr. Olree, but he did blow me away when he bought into the Covid Panic last year. All due respect to Dr. Olree, I can’t square this with the man whom I find so enlightened about health and the body. But his view of viruses seems just so …. misunderstood.


    2. March 3, 2021 @ 6:21 pm Deborah Gray

      I have cattle and would like to put them on Sea Kelp. Where can I find it?


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