Charcoal for Heavy Metals that have been in the body for years…

Activated Charcoal For removing heavy metal from body Question: Hi there, Can activated charcoal get rid of heavy metals and other contaminants that have been in the body for many years? From reading online, i can see the general consensus is its good to get something out of your system you just put in a minute ago, and good for temporary relief of gas and what have you, but not much else. what do you think? I also saw that comment you made quoting that study where a particular animal (cant remember which) showed no loss long term of essential nutrients, but then doctors and people swear that it does […]

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Taking Detox & Cleanse USP Activated Charcoal Powder Daily

Question: Purchased the Detox & Cleanse USP Activated Charcoal Powder for initially detoxing from vaccinations, but never received the shots. Can this be now used for general use with meals, since its a strong asorbing charcoal then the other food grade use charcoals? -Steve Answer: Yes, of course! I personally use take one to two heaping tablespoons of the Detox 1600 most every evening as my daily maintenance dose. This is also my favorite charcoal for brushing teeth with, but you can use any of the food grade charcoals to do this as well. Not sure what you mean by ‘using for general use with meals?’ If you are concerned […]

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Does Activated Charcoal Adsorb Minerals & Vitamins?

Activated Charcoal: Vitamins and Minerals. Question: Hi, I bought from your company several months ago 12 oz of activated charcoal powder Detox 1600 USP. And have almost used it all up.My son recently looked up on google and read some of the bad press on consuming activated charcoal.As you well know, there is a lot.So I have questions:– Does activated charcoal adsorb minerals and natural vitamins and if definitely not, please provide proof from third party researchers preferably PHD’s.– I have biotoxin illness rather acutely and am on a very strict diet prescribed by “Jennifer” maintainer of the “Surviving Toxic Mold” website. She recommends ingesting charcoal as a detox to be […]

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Add Detox 1600 Charcoal to your morning routine

Take your morning routine to the next level, and add our Detox 1600 activated charcoal powder. Start the day off right with Charcoal. First, how can you make your morning juice even better? You add our Detox 1600 Activated charcoal powder. Simple and easy to do, just add a spoonful to your fresh juice or smoothies and stir, enjoy the benefits of activated charcoal, and start the day off right. Furthermore you can add Activated charcoal to your routine any time of the day. Check out the slideshow below,  for tips on adding charcoal powder to fresh juice.   Detox 1600: USP, very high activity medicinal COCONUT shell charcoal powder. Specifically developed to […]

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An Open Letter – The Truth Activated Charcoal

The Truth About “The Truth Behind Activated Charcoal” An Open Letter to Dr. Mike Roussel in Shape Dec 24, 2014 regarding the article “The Truth Behind Activated Charcoal”. I would like to comment on your article. Mixed in with some facts are a number of half-truths and false reporting. I am the author of the book CharcoalRemedies.com The Complete Handbook of Medicinal Charcoal, as well as the website by the same name. I am also the owner of Charcoal House LLC the most diverse source of activated charcoal products anywhere in the world. Our customers include NASA, Dept. of Defense, FDA, USDA, medical research universities, agriculture research stations, doctors, dentists, […]

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Taking Activated Charcoal and taking Probiotics

Taking Activated Charcoal and taking Probiotics….. Probiotics Question: Does activated charcoal absorb the good bacteria in your intestines? We take daily probiotics and are wondering if when we take AC if it is flushing out the good bacteria as well or if we need to double up on our probiotics when taking AC.  Thank you, Alisha Answer: Hello Alisha Thank you for contacting us. It is clear that activated charcoal does bind certain bacteria such as some E Coli, but in most cases it is the toxins the bacteria produce that is being adsorbed. Does it bind friendly bacteria? I cannot say positively yes or no. but enough research has been […]

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