...so polluted that it became a habitat for small crabs.
Growing up with limited access to clean water,
Leonid Lapp developed a deep appreciation for its value and scarcity.
He recognized that this precious resource was not readily
available to everyone and was worth its weight in gold.
"When I learned about the properties of relic coral,
I thought about how the lives of millions of people
who don't have access to quality
drinking water could change,"
"The idea of bringing health to people inspired me.
From the very beginning of our journey, I understood that our activity would be universally demanded worldwide",
Coral-Mine not only became
the flagship product, but also served as a
springboard for the company's global goal: to promote
effective and safe health solutions based
on natural components.
In 1997, Leonid brought his dream and
several sachets of relic coral to a city where he met Erik Megrabyan,
who believed in this product as much as he did.
Coral-Mine was not just a flagship product, it served as a springboard for the company's global goal: