What is it?
The Egyptians and Greeks already used activated charcoal for healing.
Activated charcoal is made in 2 stages carbonization (burning a source of carbon like coconut shells at high temperature without air) and activation (the charcoal is reheated in the presence of steam).
The result is a highly absorbent material with millions of tiny pores that capture, bind, and remove poisons, heavy metals, chemicals, and intestinal gases.
Activated charcoal is considered to be the most effective single agent available. It is used after a person swallows or absorbs almost any toxic drug or chemical.
Relieve digestive issues, gas, bloating
Antidote for drugs, chemicals and poisons
Rid bad breath, body odor, and skin ailments
How to use it?
In a cleansing cure: 2 tbs with a glass of water at each meal for 15 days for an adult (around 30g per day)
After intoxication: the recommended dose is 50g for an adult mixed with a glass of water, than to take doses of 20 to 50g every 4 to 6 hours for 1 or 2 days.
Where to find it?
Most heath stores carry activated charcoal
The cheaper and most efficient form of activated charcoal is the powder form
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 your body. Be sure to take it away from prescription, which won’t enter your body when they bind to charcoal.
Charcoal is non-toxic but medical advice is recommended for long-term use.