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Nano-Cal is highly porous and extremely bio-available. The difference between this Calcium hydroxide (CaO) and commercially available Calcium hydroxide is porosity and lattice structure. This structural difference is accomplished by:

 

Refinement processes

  Baking at high heat (dissociation)

  Proprietary method of altering porosity and lattice structure

 

 

 

 

  Nano-Cal™  (3.8 micron)  vs.  Commercial CaO3

Note the differences in porosity and surface structure

 

 

When a minute amount of Nano-Cal is mixed in water, the pH instantly shoots up to at least a 10 PH no matter what the original pH value of the water is .

 

Each pH point is based on an logarithmic table (much like the Richter earthquake scale). This means that for each point increase in pH this equals to ten times more OH- present in that glass. Therefore a 10 pH contains 1000 times more OH- than the 7 pH of pure H20, as in distilled, or mineral-free water.

 

'The pH scale was developed by a bottling plant scientist who wanted to insure that the correct acidity was maintained for carbonated drinks produced by his plant. Now, this scale is used worldwide by scientists. The “p” stands for the mathematical value “power of ten.” The “H” represents the number of hydrogen ions or hydroxyl ions in a solution. The strength of an acid or base depends upon this number of ions. A neutral solution has a pH of 7, while acids are below 7 (0–6), and bases are above 7 (8–14). The official definition of pH is "the negative of the logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration.” ' 2005 © The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
 

Oxidation Reduction Potential shoots down at least -100 mV from original ORP. Water that is highly acidic (tap water) will result in less effect. Distilled water shows a dramatic reduction in ORP.

 

We have added Magnesium Glycinate on a 1-1 basis to the supplement blend. This is to reflect the growing consensus that Magnesium plays a very important role in preventing many diseases. The Calcium and Magnesium binders' dosages are industry standards and further tests will determine the increase in bioavailability due to the addition of Nano-Cal™.

 

The Nano-Cal active material is: 92% Ionic Calcium, 8% ionic Magnesium. However, the process of dissociation creates certain properties which make Nano-Cal™ important as an OH- donor. This is the crux of the product.

 

Since seashell's main component is CaCO#; baked becomes CaO. When dissolved in water, becomes Ca(OH)2 dissipating heat energy and generating (OH-) through a process known as "dissociation".

 

Note: Nano-Cal is the purest Calcium possible. It is not a Carbonate or Citrate. It is pure Calcium and Magnesium, which reconfigures in a matrix as Calcium Ions and Hydroxyl Ions or beneficial oxygen.

 

Pure Nano-Cal is not for sale to end users.

 

 

 

DISSOCIATION

 

"Reversible resolution or decomposition of complex substance into simpler constituents caused by variation in physical conditions."

 

·  Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) + Heat = Calcium Oxide (CaO)

 

·   Calcium Oxide (CaO) + Water = Calcium Hydroxide Aqueous Solution [Ca(OH)2]

 

·    Ca(OH)2 + (Dissociation) = (OH-) & Ca + Time - Water = CaO

 

 

 

ORP

Oxidation Reduction

Potential

 

Negative ORP (or charge), may retard the cell aging process. Put simply, a

high or rising ORP causes oxidation, while the negative ORP of

Nano-Cal™ should slow this degenerative process by counteracting other oxidants within the body.

 

 

 

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