“Bricks have been proven to function as one of the strongest, most reliable building materials available.”
They have been used in China, the Middle East and Europe for thousands of years. Even the ancient Romans knew the strength of bricks. Bricks are made from all natural ingredients.
Here are some great products we have made based on this research!
- POWDERED BRICK. This powder contains high levels of brick sourced from only the purest, most reputable brickyards. Every bag contains over 50% brick carefully ground into powder using our proprietary technology. This guarantees that the brick can be absorbed into your home’s structure. In clinical trials, a preparation of brick powder using concrete as a “carrier” medium was successful in building houses up to 3 stories tall.
- GAIA FORM BR. More and more homeowners want eco-friendly houses. They try many things including earth floors, clay walls and straw bale construction. All of these materials have drawbacks as they are not strong, long-lasting materials! But did you know bricks contain clay and straw? In fact many bricks are made mostly of these all natural materials. But that wasn’t enough for our research team—we decided to add even more all natural, renewable straw to our bricks. Gaia Form bricks are over 98% straw! That means less lime, less grit and a completely earth-friendly product. Plus the crumbly, burnt-brownie texture of these hand fired bricks makes each one unique.
- MEGABRICK 770X. Every serving of MegaBrick 770X contains no less than 770 oven-fired bricks bound together using the patented “Adhezion” process into a single, giant block. This block contains more brick than an average garden walkway! MegaBrick 770X is sold in boxes of 100 servings, enough to build a massive pyramid-like house. That’s 77,000 bricks! When you consider how much it would cost to buy those bricks individually, you are saving a huge amount of money. Even home architecture guru Frank Lloyd Wright sketched plans for a giant block-built house!
(I will skip the painfully easy homeopathy joke.)
The problem with these examples is not that bricks don’t work as building materials. It’s that just saying something is “brick” doesn’t mean it works like real bricks, and the marketing intentionally obscures the difference.
Most of us intuitively understand what bricks are and how they work. We played with blocks as kids.
None of us played with peptides as kids. We did not have a talking teddy who inhibited the downregulation of adinopectin. We cannot, without extensive research and training, tell the difference between Brick Powder and a magnificent red brick house.
Which is something to consider when you decide to “try” alternative medicine.