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Detox Fruit with Activated Charcoal – Produce Wash

100% Natural Produce wash With Activated Charcoal

We don’t always have access to fresh organic produce and for some that can greatly influence what they  buy at the markets. You also have to wonder what might be inside all of those chemical based produce washes that you see at the stores. Isn’t the point of washing your produce to get rid of the nasty stuff? Here at charcoal house we have an amazing Super Natural Remedy for detoxing produce.

Detox your fruits and vegetables easily with just two ingredients, Charcoal House’s Activated Charcoal Powder and water. This simple and completely natural produce wash can rid your fruits and vegetables of harmful chemical compounds commonly used in many mass production farming operations.

How to Create a 2-Ingredient Produce Wash

1. Simply place 1 tsp of powder into a jar with 1/4 Cup of water. 2.With a tight fitting lid shake the jar until combined. 3. Pour the mixture into a bowl and incorporate the produce you wish to detox. 4. Make enough of the wash to submerge the produce and if any produce floats, gently stir it every 5 minutes. 5. Allow the produce to soak for a minimum of 15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.

This detox can remove round-up and other chemicals used on or near produce. Another benefit to detoxing your produce is that it helps keep produce fresh longer and for some even makes it taste better. The possibilities are endless, this works for all produce. Its amazing how this Super Natural Remedy is simple and yet effective for drawing toxins and poisons from our raw foods too!

Clean up after using Hardwood Activated Charcoal Powder is a breeze as well, just use a damp paper towel and wipe up the excess residue from the sink. Soap and water will take care of any bowls you may have used as well as your hands.

Check out the slideshow below for how to make  and use this detoxing produce wash.
In the slideshow we are using our Hardwood Activated Charcoal Powder.

 

Thank you for reading & learning how to detox fruit & vegetables

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4 thoughts on “Detox Fruit with Activated Charcoal – Produce Wash

  1. Our family has only consumed organic or better for over 15 years. We have witness the extreme rapid decline of organic fruits and vegetables, several years back. Some even taste like dryer sheets (what??), tasteless, and toxic.

    My kitchen sink top, holds a jar with strong charcoal water in it. Every batch of veggies or fruit in my sink pan gets soaked in charcoal slurry (*I pour an amount from my jar into pan with water). Organic pineapple often times requires a paste soak on it to rid the chemical smells on them.

    An added note: I as well, take some of this charcoal slurry that is jarred on my sink counter area; in all my dish-wash-water. Hand washing all our dishes, I only wash my dishes with charcoal and baking soda in my water. (my baking soda has the ‘real’ essential oils in it). And I love it!! All my dish-water can be added to a garden etc.:). [I do pre-rinse all my dishes before washing]

    Healthy eating to all,
    Wendy

    *Several times per day I take charcoal water mixture from my jar into my sink pan water for dishes or f/veg. washing. The charcoal does still settle, but I just use the sprayer stream on my faucet head to agitate it in the jar, and it works beautifully. I’ve been doing this for years ~ that way the charcoal dust is not even an issue:) and my charcoal mixture is always handy for use.

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