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Activated Charcoal Caps Coconut Shell 725mg 2.8X Larger Than Regular Caps

Activated Charcoal Caps Coconut Shell 725mg 2.8X Larger Than Regular Caps

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Activated Charcoal

100% Pure Coconut Shell Activated Charcoal

50 Capsules-725 mg(3 times more charcoal than normal capsules) Our capsules are 2.8x larger than the usual 260mg capsules.

Many of us carry a lot of bad stuff inside. Toxins accumulate and set up camp in our gastrointestinal tracts. They drag us down and invite other problems to show up. Mainly, they impede our natural healthy function. Activated Charcoal, solely used, or as part of a Colon Cleanse Program, is what you need. Mixed with liquid or in food, Activated Charcoal is ingested and travels throughout your entire GI tract, working to adsorb and neutralize impurities, and then expel them, leaving you feeling terrific inside.

Our Activated Charcoal is especially effective because of how we make it. We start by super heating coconut shells until they explode like popcorn. This creates particles with larger surface area, yielding greater capacity to adsorb. Subsequent granulation into finer particles further boosts their capacity and effectiveness. This botanical carbon is safe and it's also vegetarian. Charcoal has been universally lauded for its powers of purification.

As long ago as 1550BC, activated charcoal was documented for use in treating medical conditions. It has been used by North American Indians to treat bruises, inflammation and skin infections. Activated charcoal has also been reported to help lower cholesterol, triglycerides and lipids found in the blood.

A single teaspoon of activated charcoal has a surface area of approximately 10 000 square feet. It adsorbs (binds to and helps eliminate from the body) poisons, heavy metals, chemicals and intestinal gases that have thousands of times more weight than it has, making it very effective in detoxing and eliminating toxins and poisonous substances from the body. It is also able to adsorb many different pharmaceutical drugs, opium, cocaine, morphine, pesticides (among them DDT), chemicals, mercury and even lead.

Activated charcoal can be used to treat skin ailments, diarrhea, bad breath, constipation and body odor. It can be used as a poultice to treat insect stings, mushroom poisoning, poison ivy, cholera, dysentery, bites and inflammation. It can also be used to treat snake bites in an emergency. Babies born with jaundice have been known to be treated with activated charcoal as well.

It is often used as an ingredient in body detox products and colon cleansers. Some people report that using activated charcoal when they have flu or other viruses helps them to recover quicker. The reason for this is that it is able to prevent viruses and bacteria from remaining active in the body while absorbing a great deal of their toxins before they have a chance to spread or multiply.

Studies have shown that activated charcoal even has anti-aging properties. It helps improve liver, adrenal gland and kidney functions with regular use. Those suffering from digestive ailments such as indigestion, bloating or gas can benefit from activated charcoal because the charcoal enters the digestive tract and absorbs excess gas, which may be present there. It also improves the functioning of the liver, heart and brain and helps to decrease cholesterol levels and the risk of coronary artery disease.

When using activated charcoal, it is best to take it between meals and a few hours after using any vitamin or mineral supplements, as it may interfere with the absorption of these into the body. It must also be stored in a properly sealed container away from heat and moisture. It should preferably be used with water only, or taken alone, as anything else such as fruit juice or ice cream will cause it to lose a great deal of its effectiveness.

In large doses, activated charcoal may cause stools to turn black. This is normal. In large doses, it may also lead to diarrhea, nausea or vomiting. Those suffering from obstruction of the bowel should not use this product.

Activated charcoal is a carbon based substance that has been used for health and healing purposes for over 3000 years. Activated carbon is a form of charcoal that is extremely porous and able to attract and strongly bind many harmful substances in various aqueous based environments. Activated carbon is made from wood, vegetables, and other materials and is known for its ability to filter toxins out of the water and human body.

In 2008, a Chinese chemical company had an accidental explosion that released massive quantities of toxic benzene into the Songhua River, which provides the drinking water for over 10 million people in the city of Harbin. The Chinese government used activated charcoal to filter out the benzene from the river. The experiment was a success and saved the village from a near fatal exposure to toxic benzene.

Charcoal is most often made from burning wood or coconut husk in very high heat without the presence of oxygen. This `activated` process creates millions of little pores within the charcoal material.

These pores take in and hold large amounts of liquid and toxic debris. It does so through Van der Waals forces or London dispersion forces.

Activated charcoal has been shown to catch and hold more than 100 times its own weight in outside materials. The inner surface is between 300 and 2000m(to the power of 2)/g coal. This translates to

mean that 2 grams of activated charcoal corresponds roughly to the area of a football field. This property makes activated charcoal a powerful resource to seize and eliminate toxins from the air, water and from within the human body when used correctly.

Activated charcoal is said to adsorb foreign materials rather than absorb them. Sponges absorb liquids but do not bind them, and therefore they can be squeezed right out. On the flip side, substances like charcoal that adsorb actually bind the toxins so they cannot escape. When toxins and other impurities interact with charcoal, they are bound tightly at a molecular level and cannot escape.

Activated charcoal is good at trapping other carbon-based impurities ("organic" chemicals) that are commonly found in pesticides, herbicides, plastics, and other industry and environmental pollutants.

Additionally, charcoal has been shown to be effective at binding to chlorine, viruses, bacteria, and their metabolic byproducts and toxic excretions. It is estimated that daily use of activated charcoal reduces the toxic load in the human body by over 60%. The activated carbon itself is not resorbed in the gut but is eliminated in the feces.

Activated charcoal is very mild on the colon and does not interfere with the natural mucus lining of the intestines. It is wonderful for cleansing the intestines. It is great at binding to toxic gases, Candida, parasites and other physical impurities and at rendering them harmless. Bloating, flatulence and constipation are relieved. Charcoal supplementation is best when bound with fibers such as psyllium powder or celery seed powder and good levels of hydration. 

Important Notes when Using Activated Charcoal:

  • 1. Never take activated charcoal at the same time of day as other supplements. Give yourself at least 2 hours between use.
  • 2.Because activated charcoal will bind to certain medications please advise your doctor before using this if you are taking medications.
  • 3.Be sure to drink at least half your body weight in water while using activated charcoal.
  • 4.Activated charcoal should be combined with a good fiber source such as psyllium powder or celery seed powder that will effectively push the charcoal through the intestines and out in the feces.
  • 5.Best to take before bed and 3-4 hours after eating dinner.

Recommended Dosage:

Adults can take 2-4 capsules as needed for diarrhea. If you decide to try it, I will not take more than one a day for general health, and do not take it within two hours of medication.

Side effects:

A side effect of charcoal is constipation, Therefore I would use charcoal with caution. Charcoal should always be taken with plenty of water, which would generally avoid the problem of constipation. It does work quite well for diarrhea, but again, should be taken with plenty of water.

This formula delivers an all-natural weapon against occasional mild gas and bloating. The natural absorbing properties of activated charcoal can help calm your stomach. This supplement helps soak up gas-generating compounds.

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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