90 capsules, 150 capsules, 50g, 100g, 200g
£7.50 – £21.50
Activated Charcoal is made only from organic sustainable coconut shells that are steamed activated. This high quality pure food grade product has high pore and ultra fine powder.
Traditionally used to whiten teeth, draw out heavy metals, detox after a heavy night out and it is often used topically as a face cleanser cleaning pores and drawing out black heads.
1/2-1tsp (we recommend for all to listen to their bodies intuition, follow the dosage that most resonates with you)
Simply place half a tea spoon in a cup of water, stir in and consume on an empty stomach and at least half an hour before taking any other foods or supplements.
Other ways to get creative with charcoal is using it as a flavour puller when making foods, such as a nut cheese or traditional cheese.
(As Charcoal draws out metals you must NOT use either a METAL spoon or vessel for the charcoal drink.)
A little more information:
The first documented use of activated charcoal goes as far back as 3750 B.C., when it was first only used by the Egyptians for smelting ores to create bronze. Jump to around 1500 B.C. the Egyptians were also using it for intestinal ailments, absorbing unpleasant odors, and for writing on papyrus. In 400 B.C. the Ancient Yogis and Phoenicians discovered the antiseptic properties of activated charcoal and began using it as a water purifier.
In 50 A.D., leading the way for the use of activated charcoal in medicine was Hippocrates and Pliny, who began using it to treat many different ailments such as epilepsy, chlorosis, and vertigo. After the suppression of the sciences through the Dark Ages, charcoal re-emerged in the 1700’s and 1800’s within the use of medical treatments – both for its absorbent properties of fluid and gases and for its disinfectant properties. Charcoal powders were used to alleviate fetid ulcers, acidity in the stomach, and even nosebleeds where sub-sulphate of iron had failed to do so. By the 1900’s charcoal was even starting to be sold as lozenges, biscuits, and tooth powders.
All packaging is compostable and recyclable, 100% plastic free and environmentally friendly.