Haicao Gai Calcium capsules

Haicao Gai Calcium soft capsules for restoring the organism’s normal calcium content are made from green Liucao seaweed found naturally in the sea – a new product made possible by an exclusive processing technology.

The green Liucao seaweed, an ingredient of Haicao Gai capsules, resembles spirulina seaweed – an ingredient of the previously described Gaoqian tablets – which plays an important role in human nutrition. The effects of Liucao seaweed are similar. It contains numerous vitamins including beta-carotene, C, E, B and others, minerals such as magnesium, iodine, iron, selenium, zinc and others along with calcium.

Many different calcium preparations are available for sale – unfortunately, no easily absorbed calcium has yet been obtained. However, calcium from the seaweed – easily and nearly entirely absorbed by a human organism with no side effects – was extracted by the Fohow Corporation in China for the first time in worldwide practice by its high

Haicao Gai Calcium soft capsules (Fowhow Haicao Gai)

Ingredients: calcium from seaweed, vegetable oil, gelatin

Package contents: 100 capsules, 800 mg each.

Use: up to 2 capsules per day washed down with warm water

Expiration date: 18 months from the production date              

Storage: sealed in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunrays



The B group vitamins in this food supplement are obtained from vegetable oil, which aid calcium absorption in the intestine and its retention in bones. Calcium is always important and especially so in the face of osteoporosis, broken bones, heart disorders and other maladies. Foods that are rich in calcium are not sufficient. Calcium must be absorbed. Thus it must be transformed into an ionic form, which occurs in the stomach under the influence of salt acid. If salt acid production is reduced, calcium absorption is disturbed. Gradually the human organism suffers a deficit of calcium. At age 40, calcium reduction is typical in up to 50% of people, and at age 60 – up to 90%. Calcium reduction causes fatigue, early aging, reduced attention concentration, calf muscle spasms, heart and blood vessel system diseases and respiratory diseases. While aging the process of bone tissue restoration slows down, and this can cause bone disease – osteoporosis –resulting in reduced bone tissue. The reason for the disease is a slow down in the absorption of calcium, which can be hereditary or, for women, a lack of female hormones after menopause. Osteoporosis can develop due to a poor ecological situation, poor nutrition and an insufficient amount of calcium entering a human organism. Very often osteoporosis develops unnoticed until bones break even when suffering a light load or soft hit before it is identified. Osteoporosis is often called the “invisible epidemic”. It is fourth in the list of fatal diseases following heart and blood vessel problems, cancer and diabetes. Age is an important factor in the development of this disease. Medical statistics show that 30% - 50% of all 50-year olds, mainly women, suffer from it and, after age 75, half of both men and women suffer from it. Now osteoporosis has been noted as a problem for young people as well.

Indications of calcium deficiency:

Aging processes

Lack of vitamins and minerals

Thyroid gland deficiency

Increased permeability of blood vessel walls, bleeding

Allergies, diathesis

Skin diseases like rashes, eczema and psoriasis

Osteoporosis, rachitis, arthritis

Tired leg syndrome and spasms

Climacteric and post-climacteric periods

Broken bones

Attention concentration disorders

Use of bubbling drinks


Calcium is also required by children and teenagers for the development of the support-movement system.


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