ZeolithMED detox powder 400g, medical device with CE certificate
100% natural clinoptiolite zeolite powder for 2 months
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Detoxify with medical grade zeolite POWDER
Author: Zeolith Bentonit Versand, updated: 03.11.2023
Zeolite-clinoptilolite is a microporous silicate mineral of volcanic origin formed millions of years ago under pressure, which is used in powder form for oral use in humans. Due to the porosity of the mineral and the fine grinding, a particularly large surface area is created, which is able to selectively bind certain pollutants through ion exchange and adsorption and remove them from the body. Our independently tested, CE-certified ZeoliteMED Detox Powder is made from 100% natural mechanically activated clinoptiolite, which is approved for long-term internal use.
The analyses carried out by independent laboratories confirmed the purity and effectiveness of this product. ZeoliteMED Detox Powder is used for:
- Binding of heavy metals toxic to humans, such as: lead, mercury, cadmium and aluminium
- Removal of harmful substances from the body in a natural way
- Relief of the organism through detoxification
- Reduction of symptoms of heavy metal contamination
The effect of zeolite powder is largely dependent on the correct particle size distribution. The mechanical activation of the powder is achieved by its micronization. The natural powder particles are ground to a certain size. The average particle size (grain size) of ZeoliteMED powder is approximately 35 μm (microns). ZeoliteMED powder does not contain nanoparticles.
Zeolite Powder Application & Dosage
The zeolite powder contained in ZeoliteMED can be easily mixed into water. The taste is dusty to earthy. All that is required for the application is a glass of water (250 milliliters) and a teaspoon. Please pay close attention to the instructions for use, which can be found directly on the label.
A possible side effect of taking zeolite clinoptilolite is constipation. This can be quickly regulated by drinking more water and adjusting the dosage.
Answers to frequently asked questions about detoxification with zeolite, bentonite and ZeoBent can be found in our FAQs. Information on payment options can be found here. Orders received by 2:00 p.m. will be shipped the same day from Monday to Friday.
Detoxify with Zeolite powder
Author: Zeolite bentonite shipping, updated: 18.10.2018
Zeolite powder effect
Our zeolite MED powder is certified as a medical device for internal use in humans and has a detoxifying effect by adsorbing certain harmful substances. Zeolite powder is a naturally occurring mineral rock. The effect of zeolite powder is purely physical. Zeolite has cavities in its natural crystal lattice structure. These pores act like a filter and bind pollutants such as mercury, lead, cadmium, aluminium, ammonium and histamine. For an optimal effect, the surface of the zeolite is enlarged by micronisation. The effect of zeolite depends, among other things, on the grain size. The finer the powder, the lower the dose. The coarser the zeolite, the higher the dosage. Zeolite MED powder has an average grain size of about 27 microns.
Zeolite powder dosage
Unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor, gradually ease in, e.g. by drinking 1x daily 1 slightly heaped teaspoon (3g) ZeolithMED powder mixed with approx. 250 ml water with the meals. If necessary, the application can be increased slowly to 2x, maximum 3x daily.
Zeolite powder application
Zeolite powder is used as a precaution and for complaints caused by the absorption of certain pollutants. Zeolite powder can be used both externally and internally. Zeolite powder is also available as a skin powder for external use. For human ingestion, zeolite powder is drunk stirred in water. Follow the instructions for use in the instruction manual. Answers to frequently asked questions about detoxification with Zeolite, Bentonite and ZeoBent can be found in our FAQs. If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail. There are several payment options. Orders by 14.30 hrs Mo. - Fr. will be dispatched on the same day.
Zeolite powder - important information about effect and application
Zeolite is a complex mineral that forms when volcanic lava and water come into contact. This process can take thousands or even millions of years. Scientists estimate that the first zeolite minerals formed over 300 million years ago. "Zeolite" is a common name for over 240 unique structures (or frameworks), more than 40 of which occur in nature. The most common types of zeolite include :
The ancient Romans used zeolite to build bridges. Then it fell into oblivion and found its way back in 1756 when the Swedish mineralogist Axel Cronstedt first described and named it. He fused two Greek words: zéō, which means "to cook," and líthos, which means "stone." Zeolite released a lot of steam when heated, reminding Cronstedt of a "boiling stone" .
The benefits of zeolite powder include:
- Relief of the body through detoxification
- Protection of the liver, as well as other organs, from harmful pollutants such as: lead, mercury, cadmium and aluminum.
- Compared to capsules, the powder also has an immediate effect on the upper digestive tract
- The powder can also be easily used for external applications
- The powder makes it easier to use internally for people with swallowing problems – e.g. for the elderly
In a collision of glowing lava and cold seawater, zeolite forms a unique cage-like structure and a negative surface charge. Aluminum and silicon form the basis of this structure, but it often contains other elements such as oxygen, tin, zinc, and titanium. Tiny "cages" allow zeolite to act as a "molecular sieve" that filters molecules based on their particle size. Negative surface charge loosely binds minerals – such as sodium, potassium and calcium – and replaces them with large ions and heavy metals . In other words, zeolite can absorb many toxins without depriving the body of valuable trace elements.
Traditional and medical applications
Traditional medicine recognizes the "eating of clay" (geophagy) as a natural detoxification method. Zeolite has similar properties and traditional uses . In modern medicine, doctors and researchers use zeolite for [4, 5, 3, 6]:
- Separation and detection of biomarkers
- Controlled drug delivery
- Imaging techniques such as NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance)
- Skin & Bone Tissue Engineering
- Detoxification of heavy metals