The first single celled microorganism came to life in the warm marine environment. Seawater provided minerals and oxygen for the delicate first life to flourish. Over the past millennia countless living organisms have evolved. Minerals contained in cellular fluids, which are indispensable to all life, remain the only common denominator to all organisms to this day. We gather our substances from the purest waters of the seas and unique natural resources, from Southern oceans of Antarctica, through geysers of Iceland, Turkish Pamukkale and Sicily's Trapani salt-pans.