"The theory is that activated charcoal adsorbs the bacteria responsible for stomach bugs, helping you both prevent and treat it. ... When traveling, some consume low doses of activated charcoal to help prevent food poisoning. " The Nourishing Gourmet
Activated charcoal is well known as a antidote as it absorbs most organic toxins, chemicals and poisons before they can harm the body. Some Emergency Rooms administer large doses of activated charcoal for certain types of poisoning.
Gas & Bloating Remedy - Activated Charcoal. What is activated charcoal and how to use it to quickly absorb intestinal gas and flatulence. How to time taking activated charcoal away from meals for maximum effectiveness. Types of activated charcoal, what to look for and the correct dosage to take.
Routinely used in hospitals and emergency rooms to help with acute poisonings or overdoses, activated charcoal is considered a health food when consumed in very small doses. Because it binds and flushes toxins via adsorption, a process in which the toxins get stuck to the charcoal and leave the body when it does, it’s a great gentle detoxifier that may also help with gas and bloating.
Removing my Amalgam fillings to get the mercury out! if you still have fillings but get a few removed, immediately take activated charcoal or other binder after appt to mop up any loosed mercury. Take big dose of vit c in the evening and continue on the vit c. Helps protect against further damage. epsom salt baths, maybe even half a bottle of hydrogen peroxide in bath.
Activated Charcoal, what is it good for? It was in 1831 when Professor Touery (in the presence of his colleagues from the French Academy of Medicine) drank a lethal dose of strychnine, and, to their great surprise, survived. He mixed the poison with activated charcoal. Activated charcoal is a powerful tool for emergency cleansing of the gastrointestinal tract, perhaps the most [...]