Updated: Aug 3, 2021
What are recommended ways to take Zeolite?
Answer: There is no wrong way. We recommend consuming Zeolite in virtually any format - baked into cookies or bread, mixed in breakfast cereal, added to morning coffee, mixed in beverages of any type.
Mixed in cookies was how zeolite was used to remove radiation from Russians who were contaminated after the Chernobyl incident. Zeolite ability to remove toxins is not disturbed by cooking or baking. Please note that “starting slower” is ALWAYS better. We recommend starting at 1/2 to one teaspoon per day and increasing slowly from there.
Is Zeolite suitable for children’s use?
Answer: Yes. In fact, the Russian government gave zeolite to large numbers of children to detoxify them from radiation following the Chernobyl reactor meltdown. It is well known that by birth children have already absorbed a large amount of toxins from their mothers while gestating and continue to do so while nursing. We do recommend, however, waiting until a child is at least a year old and eating solid foods. We also recommend using smaller serving sizes than for adults, such as 1/8, 1/4 or 1/2 teaspoon (depending on size).
Answer: Natural Zeolite Powder makes contact with the blood as it passes through the villi of the small intestines. Intestinal villi are actually “mixing chambers”, and there are millions of them in one’s intestines. It is in this mixing chambers that food particles have intimate contact (by mixing with the blood). Blood enters the the villi so that the blood can pick up food particles and and carry them throughout the body. The blood circulates back out of the villi (after having come in to get food), but the zeolite does not go into the bloodstream. While the zeolite is going through the alimentary canal and villi along with food particles, fiber, water, wastes, etc. the zeolite captures whatever toxins were in the blood and intestinal tract and then continues its path through gastrointestinal tract. Eventually, the zeolite (laden with the toxins it has trapped) exits the body in one’s stools.
Answer: We recommend one to a maximum of 5 teaspoon servings spread out during the day depending on a person’s “estimation” of their toxic load and depending on how one feels at a particular dosage. Zeolite can cause constipation in higher doses. One could even take more zeolite than five teaspoons if highly toxic. Some people have taken up to ten teaspoons a day for a period of time (with a lot of extra water to avoid constipation). A possible gauge other than how one feels for determining a dosage could be the urine and stool smell. A bad smelling stool means ammonia is present in the stool. So, when the urine and stool becomes odorless, that zeolite dosage is just about perfect.
Answer: We recommend Zeolite for all of the following: plants, animals and people. Zeolite makes greener lawns and healthier plants, animals and people, both by increasing nutrition and especially by trapping harmful substances so that they do no damage. For instance, with plants, Zeolite prevents the uptake of arsenic and even radiation from the soil. As an example, after the Chernobyl reactor accident, the Russian government spread hundreds of millions of pounds of zeolite on the ground to trap the radiation. As a result, the foliage in this area has blossomed as never before.
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