What is coral?
Coral is made up of thousands of tiny animals called polyps, which are marine animals in the class Anthozoa. A coral polyp is an invertebrate that can be no bigger than a pinhead to up to a foot in diameter. Each polyp also has a saclike body and a mouth that is encircled by stinging tentacles. The polyp uses calcium carbonate (limestone) from seawater along with minerals which are secreted by reef-building corals, to build a hard, cup-shaped skeleton. This skeleton protects the soft, delicate body of the polyp.
When coral dies all is left is the hard shell, and this shell is a rich source of at least 74 naturally balanced organic coral minerals. Coral minerals are highly absorbable due to their natural ability to become ionic upon contact with moisture. This natural ability to ionize, combined with the full spectrum of trace minerals present, makes coral a desirable form of calcium.
Where do we get our coral calcium?
Our coral minerals are taken from above-sea area from the U.S. Virgin Islands, these coral deposits have been reduced into an ultra-fine powder, keeping the natural balance of the many minerals. This is important, because each mineral relies on each other to provide maximum productivity. Thousands of years ago, this coral was a thriving, live coral reef. Over time, this coral was naturally pushed above sea level, before the oceanic pollution of the industrial era occurred.
Harvesting involves collecting this ancient coral and removing the protective layer of soil that has been collecting over the years. Only the clean white coral heads are harvested. After the coral is collected, it’s ground into fine powder. The ground coral is purified in a vacuum ozone chamber and then shipped. This harvesting method safeguards living coral reefs and ocean environments from the negative effects of ocean floor vacuuming, which is an unpleasant and unsustainable method of harvesting coral calcium.
How do coral minerals work?
Minerals are pertinent to optimal health, calcium and other naturally occurring minerals in coral support the delicate pH balance of body fluids and tissues, calcium is also the most abundant mineral in the body. Coral calcium contains mostly calcium carbonate, though the presence of other trace minerals is important to the action of this mineral supplement. Coral calcium is often used to increase the alkalinity of blood and other bodily fluids.
Many people today have mineral deficiencies because the soil has become depleted through harmful farming practices and the constant consumption of processed foods. When minerals are supplied naturally, in an absorbable form, your health will improve.
Coral Calcium has many benefits such as helping in treating multiple sclerosis, treating and/or preventing cancer and in treating heart disease. There is only a little bit of research on the benefits of Coral Calcium, so there is little evidence in supporting these benefits. However in the little research about this calcium does say that there is anti-inflammatory properties, anti-cancer properties, bone repair, and neurological benefits of coral.
People with shellfish allergies may develop allergic reactions after ingesting coral calcium supplements.
IF YOU HAVE SHELLFISH ALLERGIES DO NOT INGEST CORAL CALCIUM SUPPLEMENTS WITHOUT CONSULTING A DOCTOR.
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