What are Coral Minerals?

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Coral Minerals benefits and information

This is an introduction to coral minerals, from the same company that produces the Holy Tea I’ve raved about.

What are coral minerals?

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A small sea animal creates coral by ingesting the ionic ocean minerals and secreting them into a coral formation.

The natural balance of 74 minerals is important because each mineral requires other minerals to do it’s job and in turn, those minerals require different supporting minerals. All minerals must be present for any one mineral to work properly. Calcium is the most plentiful of minerals in Coral Complex 3.

The organic nature (previously digested by an animal) of the coral minerals is also important. It is very difficult to assimilate minerals, especially inorganic minerals. Organic coral minerals are highly assimilable.

What makes the coral minerals so assimilable is their propensity to become ionic upon contact with moisture. This natural ability to go ionic, combined with the full spectrum, organic formation, makes coral one of the most beneficial form of minerals.

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