I know Mr Peat is big on the calcium/phosphate ratio, but i wonder about IP-6 (Inositol Hexaphosphate). As far as i am aware, the phosphate isnt absorbed, but rather chelates metals which are then excreted. So im thinking it doesnt have a massive effect on Ca:P ratio, and at least the brand i have comes with some calcium and magnesium in it. There appears to be evidence supporting use of IP-6 in the treatment of cancer, and chelating iron for instance is beneficial. So Is there a place for IP-6 in a peat inspired approach?