Activated charcoal is used in clinical toxicology to prevent the systemic absorption of toxic agents from the gastrointestinal tract and to enhance the elimination of toxic agents already absorbed. Today, beyond use in hospitals as an antidote for drugs and poisons, activated charcoal is a global remedy for general detoxification, digestion issues, gas, bloating, heart health, and anti-aging. Single oral doses of activated charcoal decrease the absorption of most drugs as well as organic and inorganic materials with the exception of ethanol, strong acids and alkalis, iron, and lithium. Activated charcoal itself is odorless, tasteless, and nontoxic. It is derived from: Canadian Wood (beech, poplar tree and silver birch wood).
For general detoxification and GI issues
Relieve digestive issues, gas, and bloating
Traditionally used as an antidote for drugs, chemicals, and poisons