Since I first discovered the various possibilities of minerals over 40 years ago, such as to suppress bacteria and purify water, I have been fascinated by and have continuously researched minerals. Coming from a farming background, and witnessing the results of the change in agriculture methods, such as the pollution of the food chain from the use of chemical products and raising crops out of season using artificial heat, changes in supply chain management and the changes in people’s sense of taste due to the excessive use of additives, and furthermore the contamination of waterways and the destruction of the environment globally due to the discharge of wastewater and the use of chemical products by factories, I have always had a sense of the seriousness of the deterioration of the natural environment.
For the above reasons I came up with the concept of “Nature for the world for health and love for the people”. For me, humans are just a part of the world, from the Earth’s standpoint, humans are just another microbe. As microbes are weak against chemical substances, we should conduct ongoing research and development into harnessing the power of minerals to tackle the decline of the “vital energy in humans”, which is caused by the above issues.