When you plan to become a nurse, the first step is taking the ATI TEAS 6 exam prior to entering nursing school.
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This formula is for people with deficiencies and anemic conditions. It aids in the body’s absorption of vital minerals such as iron, calcium, zinc, potassium, and sulfur. Take the following ingredients:
- Parsley root
- Comfrey root
- Yellow dock
- Irish moss
Slowly simmer equal parts of these herbs with four ounces to a half-quart of water. Continue to simmer slowly until the volume of liquid is reduced by half. Strain, reserve the liquid and cover the herbs with water once more. Then simmer again for 10 minutes. Strain and combine the two liquids. Cook the liquid down until the volume is reduced by half. Add an equal amount of blackstrap molasses. Take one tablespoon two to four times daily, not exceeding four tablespoons in a 24-hour period.
What is the main reason for taking this formula?
a. to serve as a mineral supplement
b. to get rid of unnecessary minerals
c. to reduce the absorption of minerals
d. to increase the absorption of minerals
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D. The passage indicates that the formula increases or boosts the absorption of minerals in the body.