are basically two phases a person will want to adhere
to. We find that the vast majority of the population suffers
from chronic dehydration at the cellular level coupled
with mineral deficiency. As a result, the body fluids
become acidic, and this toxic, cellular waste builds up
in the body. For most adults, this acid has been building
up and becoming stored within the body for many years.
(Note: the human body is designed with one way to rid
itself of toxins on a daily basis and balance its 'inner
terrain'. That one way is through minerals and water.)
Therefore, we need to reverse the process, flush out these
stored toxins, and shift the pH in the body fluids from
the acidic to the alkaline side of the scale, rapidly.
In most cases, it is necessary to saturate the system
with the coral minerals in water for the 1st 30-45 days.
call this "The Saturation Phase."
the saturation phase, you will want to use 8-10 sachets
of coral calcium in two to three liters of water, minimum.
If you adhere to the 'Saturation Principle', the cost
the first month would be approximately $195.00. After
the first 30 days if you have no health challenges you
can cut back. ( Cost per sachet if purchased in bulk pack
would be .66 cents each.)
extra mineral support, you may want to add the SangoCaps
capsules. See Products for more info. Just take these
as directed, 2 capsules daily.
a person is drinking 2 liters of water, put 4-5 sachets
in each liter. If a person is drinking 3 liters of water,
put 3 sachets in each liter, and so forth. Especially
during the first month, again, to get the best results
as quickly as possible, use steam distilled water from
the grocery store, or reverse osmosis water from a health
food store. Drink the water at room temperature, and be
sure to tear open the sachets and pour the contents directly
into the water. Let it build up in the container if you
want, and after a few days of build up, put it on plants
or in animal water containers if you like. As long as
you are using distilled water, it doesn't hurt to eat
the coral. (Some obvious variables here are the severity
of a person's challenge and their size and weight, and
the first 30-45 days, a person will generally cut the
quantity in half for 30 days, and possibly even further
depending on their condition, size, age, etc. We
call this "The Maintenance Phase."