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Eco Pure Coral consists of 100% pure coral powder. It helps raising pH and building bone density. One Gram of EcoPure Coral powder contains 375mg of Bio-available coral calcium with 73 trace minerals.
Nothing has been added to the coral. The coral powder is extremely fine (2-10 micron, the consistency of talcum powder). So fine that a small amount on the tongue simply absorbs through the mouth, one does not even need to swallow.
EcoPure Coral Powder was originally developed for vegetarians and other purists but has become popular with many people, especially senior citizens and children that do not cooperate with taking pills.
Take one gram per day as advised by your health professional.
(1/4 teaspoon equals approximately one gram.) To reverse a specific condition (i.e. raising pH or building bone density), take a double dose. It is usually best to take the coral directly before bed, because coral does promote a restful nights sleep.
Why Coral LLC's EcoPure Coral is Eco-Frendily and "Pure"?
All coral supplied by Coral LLC. is harvested from above sea
. Thousands of years ago this coral was a thriving coral reef. Geologically, this coral was pushed up above sea level, free from the ocean pollution of the industrial era.
Only the pristine white coral heads are harvested. This harvesting process involves removal of the protective layer of soil that accumulated over the eons and collecting the ancient coral. The environmental consequences are similar to any small land based mining operation.
After the coral is collected it is ground into a 2 to 10 micron size powder (smaller than a red blood cell). After grinding the coral is purified in a vacuum ozone chamber and then packaged for distribution.
Coral LLC. respects the fragile state of the coral reefs and ocean environment. Unfortunately, other companies do take dead coral rubble from the ocean. Dredging the ocean floor devastates the ocean ecology and is detrimental to the living reefs. Coral larvae propagate in the dead coral debris and any disturbance directly affects the life of the living reef.