Superior Calcium Versus Inferior Calcium in Coral Calcium Products
With the growing variety of products emerging in the
Coral Calcium market, one should know several facts before choosing
which supplement to buy.
What is the difference between our Coral Calcium
CoralMin is the only Coral Calcium that shows
an Aragonite-crystalline structure when viewed via x-ray diffraction
or when viewed using other analytical instruments. CoralMin
is also the only product in the world that contains non-calcined
coral minerals, meaning only low temperatures are used in the heating
process. The natural inherit and kinetic energy elements found in
Fossilized Coral Minerals can be altered and/or destroyed depending
on how they are processed, so the preservation of these properties
requires low temperatures when heating. Unlike other makers of calcium
products that use high temperatures, the properties of the calcium
found in CoralMin are guaranteed to remain pure and unchanged.
Studies have recently shown that calcium deposits
and/or ingesting inferior Coral Calcium might be responsible for
the abnormal hardening of soft tissues such as the heart valves,
kidney stones, bone spur, etc. It is time to research and study
how different crystalline structures affect our bodies on the synergistic
level. More of this kind of clinical research is long overdue.
The following tests clearly show the differences between
Aragonite (ACC) and Calcite (CCC) calcium. In other words, this
test shows the differences between the Aragonite-structured Coral
Calcium (Superior Calcium) and Calcite-structured Coral Calcium
1) Both of the Coral Calcium mentioned are chemically
identical but differ in crystallization. The Aragonite Crystalline
(ACC) structure is rhombus (orthorhombic), whereas Calcite (CCC)
has a Trigonal-Hexagonal Scalenohedral Shape.
2) Water Soluble Test
Here are the results of Aragonite Coral Calcium (ACC) and Calcite
Coral Calcium (CCC) in 100ml of distilled water for four (4) days
after filtration. The filtration paper and residues were heated
using a platinum crucible, and the residue material was then weighed
after the remaining CO2 and filtered paper were removed.
Degree of Solubility
*** Tested and analyzed by Dr. Jyunpei Harada,
Emeritus Professor at Hokkaido University in Japan
Cementation Function of Test
As far as we know, nobody has revealed information concerning this
crucial test. US manufacturers of calcium supplements may have conducted
such tests, but if they have, they have certainly not made their
test results known to the public.
Test Results of cementation:
- Aragonite Coral Calcium (ACC) - There is no cementation
(No calcium deposit)
- Calcite Coral Calcium (CCC) - There is cementation
Mixtures of sand were made with the soil containing iron and Alumina.
Then different amounts of aragonite powder and calcite powder were
added respectively into the mixture and were mixed well. 3-4 days
passed, exposing the mixture to the surrounding air.
The results: Aragonite
(ACC) did not possess any cementation or solidifying effects. Calcite
(CCC), however, possessed solidifying properties. This may help
explain why Calcite is used as one of the raw materials involved
with cement production!
Based on the above results, there is a strong indicator
a co-relationship between calcium deposits in our body and Calcite
(CCC) exists, while there is no cementation effect with Aragonite
(ACC) in the body.
There have been hundreds of people taking CoralMin
for the past 10 years and nobody has experienced any of the cementation
effects that the consumers of other calcium products have been complaining
about. Even in extreme cases, such as people taking 30 grams of
CoralMin on a daily basis, there were no signs of cementation.
Other consumers using different coral calcium products have had
different results. They have other stories to share with the public
due to the cementation effect linked with the Calcite (CCC) type
Please don't take a chance with your body. Research
your coral calcium and ask questions. Don't settle for anything
that might prove to be of inferior quality.