Calcium Orotate Dihydrate

Calcium Orotate Dihydrate

  • BMolecular Formula: C10H6CaN4O8
  • Molecular Weight : 350.25464 g/mol
  • H.S. CODE : 29335990


  • Preventing osteoporosis
  • Reduction of muscle cramps
  • Reduction in pain associated with spinal problems
  • Maintaining bone health
  • Maintaining teeth health
  • Alleviation of sleep disorders like insomnia
  • Increasing the body's ability to metabolize iron
  • Overall stress reduction and mental alertness

The human body regularly demands calcium. Calcium enables us to have strong bones and prevents porous bone diseases such as osteoporosis. The effects of depleted calcium levels span far beyond the scope of weakened bones. Research shows that calcium can also aid in the prevention of weight gain, & maintaining healthy weight levels. When the body does not receive enough calcium, it enters emergency starvation mode, and begins to leach calcium into the bloodstream. The hormones involved in this process (parathyroid hormone and calcitriol) are also responsible for stimulating and storing fat cells. A calcium supplement with a functional amino acid chelating ligand - Salt of orotate. It assists the transport of calcium through cellular membrane structures, facilitating the intracellular uptake of calcium, particularly in bone. Calcium Orotate also helps in the maintenance of healthy cartilage. Furthermore, Orotate is involved in the synthesis of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and RNA (ribonucleic acid). Calcium Orotate has the ability to penetrate complex cell membranes and it can be metabolized in cartilage

Other forms of calcium supplements, such as calcium carbonates, citrates, gluconates, lactates, malates and phosphates, do not have the ability to penetrate deep into the membranes. Calcium plays a very important role in the body as It is necessary for normal functioning of nerves, cells, muscle, and bone. If there is no required limit of calcium in the blood, then the body will start obtaining calcium from bones, thereby weakening it to worse. Having the right amount of calcium is important for building and maintaining strong bones. 99 % of calcium is stored in bones and teeth and if calcium intake is insufficient it gets taken out of these stores. Strong evidence exist that a calcium intake of below 500mg per day leads to accelerated bone loss which can cause osteoporosis, fractures & other bone diseases.

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