High quality very popular supplement for a detox program to help eliminate toxins from the body.In today's society our food has pesticides and preservative to expand the shelf life of the product,our bodies hold these harmful chemicals which can cause long term health issues.Activated charcoal made from hardwood helps eliminate these chemicals in the digestive system so our body rejuvenate and clean out the colon.Many of our customers use charcoal for flatulence / gas as part of a healthy living plan.
Activated Charcoal, Bulking Agents (Microcrystalline Cellulose, Dicalcium Phosphate), Shell (Bovine Gelatin), Anti-Caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate).
1 capsule provides 400mg of Activated Charcoal.
Activated Charcoal is a finely powdered substance that is stored in its natural form in coal, charred bones, hardwood and the outer shells of the hard coconuts. Activated charcoal capsules are prepared with the process of steam activation. The capsules supplied by us are premium high quality and their purification methods are free of chemicals. Natural elements that are rich in carbon are sintered to the highest point of precision and temperature for a suitable extraction of carbon. The activation process is for real and includes removal of any form of impurities that could tune down the working of the porous granules. It is important for the charcoal to have the crevices on its surfaces to be active. You can always rely on the increased surface area to react in the most desirable way. The active binding property of activated charcoal can be based on its structure that is suitably porous for all environments.
The power of charcoal to adsorb makes it awfully capable of minimizing the presence of toxins and chemicals. The porous attitude of charcoal makes it the owner of a conveniently available negative charge. Majorly, all the toxins and chemicals that the activated charcoal comes in touch with, are positively charged. As a result, they get irrefutably drawn towards the surface of the activated charcoal. Toxins once absorbed by the crevices of charcoal are never released again. Also, the absorbed and binded toxins are never released freely into the flow of the stream. Like most excreted remains, even the utilised form of charcoal exits the body in an unaltered form. The exclusive knowledge about the absorbing power of charcoal came into the limelight in the 18th century. It has been commercially used as a filtration protocol for the water supply in most regions ever since. With the dawn of 1800 AD, the scientists came up with a firm belief in charcoal and its potential of yanking the hardest of toxins that the environment could ever accommodate.
The earliest mentions of this property of charcoal was found in the records that were kept astraight by the French scientist Bertrand. In the year 1813, Bertrand experimented on himself. He injected himself safely with charcoal and then with arsenic trioxide. The strain of charcoal survived the test and thus came forward its undeletable use in the health industry. In the same year, another scientist with the name Tovery came ahead and tried the mix of strychnine (a pesticide component) with charcoal and came forth with the same result. Once the adsorptive powers of charcoal was confirmed, the refining and purification processes for the same were made easier so that activated charcoal could be made available to the public for a reasonable cost.