For a long time in Japan it is considered a great success to marry a native of the islands of Okinawa and Tokunoshima, located in the south of the Japanese archipelago. They are distinguished by their amazing health, excellent heredity, passed down from generation to generation, and amazing longevity. Children born to the inhabitants of these islands, even living in another area, usually do not suffer from diathesis or allergies, which is surprising even for urbanized Japan. There are 40 times more long-livers on these islands (those over 100 years old) than officially registered ones.
Since 1940, scientists and doctors have been monitoring the inhabitants of the islands of Okinawa and Tokunoshima. Life expectancy on these islands is 10-15 years higher than throughout Japan. Statistics show that diseases of the musculoskeletal system, stroke, cancer, arthritis, gastrointestinal, skin, cardiovascular diseases are much less common here than in other regions of Japan. The people of these islands rarely get sick at all. What is the secret of their health and longevity: the factor of heredity, climatic conditions, or something else?
In 1980, the administration of the Guinness Institute, which publishes the Guinness Book, sent the editor-in-chief to the island of Okinawa (Japan). For an interview with the oldest inhabitant of the planet. Mr. Shigshio Izumi, at 115 years old, was cheerful, healthy and in a good mood. This man led an active lifestyle and worked until he was 105! Mr. Izumi died of natural causes in 1986 at the age of 121, and he is no exception. There are a lot of centenarians on this island. All of these people are in good health and lead an active lifestyle.
Long research led to an amazing discovery - it's all about the living water that the inhabitants of these islands drink. It was found that the islands of Okinawa are surrounded by reefs made from the unique Sango coral. Drinking water is filtered by these corals and saturated with ions of minerals and trace elements vital for humans (74 in total), and in the correct proportion established by nature itself.
Analyzes have shown that drinking water in the city of Naga (Okinawa Prefecture) has the highest content of calcium and magnesium in ionic form, not only in Japan, but also in the world. According to scientists, it is the ionic calcium and magnesium contained in coral water that help neutralize excess acidity in the body, which is the result of stress, alcohol, nicotine, salt, sugar, meat, dairy and fish products. They strengthen bone structures, protecting them from arthritis and osteoporosis. SEA MILK - this is how the Japanese call their unique coral water.
Sango corals are the only coral species of 2,500 found in the world's oceans and are found only around the Japanese island of Okinawa. The structure and chemical composition of Sango corals is very similar to that of human bones.
After a long study, the Japanese government authorized MARINE BIO CO, LTD (Tokio, Japan) to begin commercial development of Sango corals around Okinawa.
The final product of the development was named CORAL WATER.