Activated Charcoal 120 Capsules

Activated Charcoal 120 Capsules

R350.00 Incl. VAT

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Our natural herbal supplement is popular and known for its potential detoxifying properties.

It is a fine black powder made from various sources like coconut shells, wood, or coal, and it is treated to become “activated,” which means it has a highly porous surface. The porous structure allows activated charcoal to bind to certain toxins and chemicals, preventing their absorption into the body and facilitating their elimination.

Activated Charcoal is a great first-aid capsule, often used in emergency rooms to treat substance overdose or poison.

Benefits:
– Alkalizes the body.
– Ph. Balance and acidity.
– Rich in trace minerals.
– Aids in kidney health.
– Anti-aging.
– Improves heart health.
– Detoxifies.
– Diarrhoea – research shows that it might be able to prevent bacteria and drugs that can cause diarrhoea from being absorbed into the body by trapping them on its porous, textured surface.

Deodorant: Activated charcoal deodorants are widely available, and popular for absorbing smells and other harmful gases. These properties make it an ideal underarm, shoe, and refrigerator deodorant.

Gastrointestinal absorbent in overdoses and poisonings. Relieves digestive issues, gas, and bloating.

Skincare: Activated charcoal can help draw microparticles, such as dust, dirt, chemicals, toxins, and bacteria to the skin surface, making removal of such particles easier

Skin infection: Activated charcoal may have an antibacterial effect by absorbing harmful microbes from sores and wounds.

Very few side effects.

Water filtration.

Activated charcoal can help clear toxins and drugs including the following:
– NSAIDS and OTC anti-inflammatory, sedatives, calcium channel blockers, Dasone, Carbamazepine (Tegretol), malaria medications, Methylxanthines (stimulants).

Please note that Activated Charcoal cannot bind to all types of toxins in drugs, especially corrosive ones, like:
– Alcohols
– Lye
– Iron
– Lithium
– Petroleum products, such as fuel oil, gasoline (petrol), paint thinners, and certain cleaning products.

Our natural herbal supplement is popular and known for its potential detoxifying properties.

It is a fine black powder made from various sources like coconut shells, wood, or coal, and it is treated to become “activated,” which means it has a highly porous surface. The porous structure allows activated charcoal to bind to certain toxins and chemicals, preventing their absorption into the body and facilitating their elimination.

Activated Charcoal is a great first-aid capsule, often used in emergency rooms to treat substance overdose or poison.

Benefits:
– Alkalizes the body.
– Ph. Balance and acidity.
– Rich in trace minerals.
– Aids in kidney health.
– Anti-aging.
– Improves heart health.
– Detoxifies.
– Diarrhoea – research shows that it might be able to prevent bacteria and drugs that can cause diarrhoea from being absorbed into the body by trapping them on its porous, textured surface.

Deodorant: Activated charcoal deodorants are widely available, and popular for absorbing smells and other harmful gases. These properties make it an ideal underarm, shoe, and refrigerator deodorant.

Gastrointestinal absorbent in overdoses and poisonings. Relieves digestive issues, gas, and bloating.

Skincare: Activated charcoal can help draw microparticles, such as dust, dirt, chemicals, toxins, and bacteria to the skin surface, making removal of such particles easier

Skin infection: Activated charcoal may have an antibacterial effect by absorbing harmful microbes from sores and wounds.

Very few side effects.

Water filtration.

Activated charcoal can help clear toxins and drugs including the following:
– NSAIDS and OTC anti-inflammatory, sedatives, calcium channel blockers, Dasone, Carbamazepine (Tegretol), malaria medications, Methylxanthines (stimulants).

Please note that Activated Charcoal cannot bind to all types of toxins in drugs, especially corrosive ones, like:
– Alcohols
– Lye
– Iron
– Lithium
– Petroleum products, such as fuel oil, gasoline (petrol), paint thinners, and certain cleaning products.

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