Did you know that the hard water containing calcium bi-carbonate (the kind that leaves a calcium deposit in your tea kettle) is the best for drinking? As annoying as it is to have those deposits, you should cheer when you see them because then you know you are getting some sorely needed minerals.
Can calcium cause calcification of muscles and organs?
The answer is YES.
The reason is that when you consume calcium rocks (dolomite etc) which the body doesn’t know how to utilize or has no way of being absorbed, it has to go somewhere. Unfortunately, that somewhere is deposits in the kidneys, joints, organs, muscles, arteries, etc and even the heart.