Lactic acid crystals are observed when there is excess metabolic, dietary and/or environmental acidity that has been solidified or buffered by minerals and fats to protect body tissues, organs and glands.
It is one of the body’s preservation mechanisms for protecting against acidity by creating a solid form, which is less toxic than liquid acid that can penetrate the cell membrane and damage the cell.
Crystals are perceived to be the signature of the microzyma (small intelligent matter that makes up every living cell including the DNA) using electrons for energy and producing acidic wastes products or acids of glucose, lactic and citric acid.
Glucose, Acetic, Citric and Butyric Acid (WHITE)
Fermentats or metabolic and/or dietary acids.
Lactic Acid (BLUE/GREEN)
The fermentation of dairy products; also related to the waste product of mold called aspergillus. Most people associate lactic acid with over-exercise (lactic acid is an acid or waste product of cellular metabolism).