Activated Charcoal Powder has anti-poison, astringent, and absorbent properties. It has been used as an anti-poison remedy for centuries. It works as an absorbent of toxins in the digestive system.
It can absorb a variety of particles and gases, which makes it ideal for removing potentially toxic substances from the digestive tract. Your stomach acid does not break down the Activated Charcoal Powder, so it is not absorbed by the body, but carries toxins out of the body in the feces.
Charcoal is made from coal, wood, or other substances. It becomes “activated charcoal” when high temperatures combine with a gas or activating agent to expand its surface area.
Activated Charcoal can be your perfect teeth whitener.
I know it’s hard to believe that a black powder can give you whiter teeth.
Try it for yourself by sprinkling a little bit on your toothbrush and brush, or add water and swish in your mouth and rinse.
It can also help to bind plaque.
It is also a great beauty helper for pimples. Simply mix it with a little bit of water to form a paste, apply and leave for 15 to 20 minutes and wash off.
Activated Charcoal is often used in fish tanks, and water and air filters for you home.
Put some Charcoal Powder into a small bowl and place it inside of your refrigerator to absorb any smells.
Charcoal may help you with:
- Candida bowel disease
- Insect bites, Poison Ivy
- Pink Eye
- Morning sickness during pregnancy
- Preventing a hangover
How to use:
General intestinal distress and gas:
Take one tablespoon stirred in a glass of water, up to six times daily (Children 1/2 tablespoon). Follow by a second glass of water. Note: best taken 2 hours before or after a meal.
Diarrhea: Take one tablespoon stirred in a glass of water upon notice or first complaint and again with each bowel movement. Follow with a second glass of water. Note: stool darkening is normal and may continue for a few days after use.
Red, painful, or swollen skin:
Wash area thoroughly. Mix charcoal with water to form a thick paste. Spread paste onto paper towel and then fold in half.
Position over afflicted area for 10 to 15 minutes or until swelling and pain stops. Repeat as necessary.
Keep Activated Charcoal out of reach of children and pets. Not for long-term internal use.
Contact your physician to determine if activated charcoal is suitable for you and may be taken with your current medication.
Avoid applying charcoal directly to open wounds.
Activated Charcoal is highly absorbent and may decrease the absorption and utilization of medication and food. Always allow 2 hours before and after using activated charcoal to eat, take or swallow medication.
Don’t consume charcoal together with dairy, as it lessens the effectiveness.
Do not put charcoal directly on skin, as it may end in a tattooing effect.