Nutrition Enhancer Calcium Orotate

Basic Info

Model No.: X-CAS 22454-86-0

CAS: 22454-86-0

Name:: Calcium,2,4-dioxo-1H-pyrimidine-6-carboxylate

MF:: C10H8CaN4O9

MW:: 368.27000

Appearance:: White To Almost White Crystalline Powder

Additional Info

Packaging:  1KG/Aluminium foil bag, 25KG/Fiber Drum.

Productivity: 10000kg

Brand: zhishang

Transportation: Ocean,Land,Air

Place of Origin: Shandong, China (Mainland)

Supply Ability: in stock

Certificate: ISO CE

HS Code: 2933599090

Port: Shanghai,Tianjin,Qingdao

Product Description

Nutrition Enhancer Calcium Orotate

Calcium orotate is the most easily absorbed commercial calcium supplement available, food additives, providing 90-95 percent absorption. This is the mineral calcium bound with the molecule orotic acid; together they form a highly absorbent mineral salt. Taken as a supplement, it delivers calcium to incremental cells without the common side effects of other calcium supplements. The supplement is commonly prescribed to patients who are suffering from bone loss, osteoporosis, rickets or hypoparathyroidism.

Main Functions

Calcium Orotate and Bone Strength
It has been well established that calcium supplements can work as preventative measures against bone loss and osteoporosis. While many forms of calcium supplement may aid in the prevention of this loss, Hans A. Nieper`s studies showed that calcium orotate gave the bones more usable calcium per milligram consumed.

Calcium Orotate and Weight Control
Calcium orotate was also shown to reduce food cravings. Nieper`s studies found that by supplementing the diets of chronic over eaters with calcium orotate, cravings were reduced significantly.

Mood Enhancement
Calcium orotate has been linked to mood-enhancement and overall cognitive enhancement.

Heart Protection
Calcium aids cardiac muscles and assists the nervous system in keeping optimal pressure levels in the arteries.

Aids in Premenstrual Symptoms
Adequate amounts of calcium stop the release of hormones related to premenstrual mood-related disorder, including anxiety, depression and irritability.

Difference Between Calcium Orotate and Citrate
In the video below, I explain the difference between calcium orotate and calcium citrate.





Magnesium content



Heavy Metal (Pb)

<20 ppm

<20 ppm

Arsenic (As2O3)

<1 ppm


Sulfate (SO4)

<200 ppm


Loss on drying




White powder

White  powder

Packing and Storage: Double-deck plastic bag inside, outside: Carton.

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