Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite/Ossein Hydroxyapatite Calcium

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    Microcrystalline Hydroxyapatite/Ossein Hydroxyapatite Calcium


    Does anyone know anywhere I can get this calcium in pure powdered form?
    I already take a mineral supp with plenty of D3/Mag/Phos so i was looking for a pure bulk poweder of this type of calcium to mix with my Cissus in juice.

    Thanks in Advance.

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    Sounds vaguely similar to what they found in my kidney stones...
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilABowl View Post
    Sounds vaguely similar to what they found in my kidney stones...
    Its supposed to be the most biologically available form of calcium.
    There are quite a few supplements that contain it.
    Cant seem to find a bulk powder though.
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    Probably opening a can of worms here, but whats wrong with milk? Or a normal calcium supplement thats readily available like Caltrate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilABowl View Post
    Probably opening a can of worms here, but whats wrong with milk? Or a normal calcium supplement thats readily available like Caltrate?
    I'm lactose intolerant.
    And the soy/rice/lactaid alternatives are like 4 bucks for a half gallon.
    I've taken caltrate... just looking to try something that may be better.
    I'll probably just go with a normal mixed supp with the mchc in it and lay off my d3/mag/phos for a while. untiol I can get a source.
  

  
 

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