Activated Charcoal from Coconut Shell
Adsorbs lead acetate, strychnine, DDT, pharmaceutical drugs including
cocaine, iodine, penicillin, aspirin, phenobarbital, and inorganic
substances like chlorine, lead, and mercury.
Activated charcoal from coconut shell can adsorb thousands of times its
own weight in gases, heavy metals, poisons, and other chemicals,
neutralizing these toxins, and making them ineffective and harmless.
Activated charcoal is used routinely in hospitals and by physicians
because of it's adsorption ability. Many people depend on activated
charcoal to neutralize food poisoning.
One gram (teaspoon) of activated charcoal powder has a surface area of
more than 10,000 square feet, and thereby through adsorbtion (not
absorption) it attracts and holds toxins, then flushes these harmful
substances out of the body.
It also neutralizes gas and bloating from indigestion. The use of
charcoal in medicine and health dates from ancient times. Greek
Physician Hippocrates recommended it, as did ancient Egyptian doctors.