The Power of Activated Charcoal

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This week on Homeopathy for Mommies, Sue Meyer delves into the world of activated charcoal, a supplement that has been used for centuries to treat poisonings and stomach upsets.This week on Homeopathy for Mommies, Sue Meyer delves into the world of activated charcoal, a supplement that has been used for centuries to treat poisonings and stomach upsets.

Activated Charcoal: An Ancient Remedy

Activated charcoal is a medication that has been used for centuries to treat poisonings. It’s made more porous through a process of superheating, which increases its absorption power. Just one teaspoon of activated charcoal can absorb all the toxins on a football field. Isn’t that amazing?

Our bodies are constantly exposed to toxins, even in urban areas where pesticides are sprayed without permission. Activated charcoal is known for its ability to absorb toxins and is often used in cases of poisoning or overdose. It can be taken orally or administered through a nasogastric tube. It’s also effective in treating respiratory issues and can absorb toxins through the respiratory tract.

The process of making activated charcoal involves heating carbon-rich materials such as wood, peat, coconut shells, or sawdust. This process strips the charcoal of previously absorbed molecules and increases its overall surface area, allowing it to absorb toxins effectively.

The Health Benefits of Activated Charcoal

Several studies suggest activated charcoal may assist kidney function by filtering out toxins and drugs. It may also help reduce gastrointestinal damage and inflammation in individuals with chronic kidney disease. Additionally, activated charcoal has been found to be beneficial in reducing intestinal gas and abdominal pain.

Activated charcoal is commonly used for water filtration and can remove fluoride from water without removing beneficial minerals. It is also used as an anti-diarrheal medication, particularly for diarrhea caused by bacteria or toxic sources. It has potential benefits for teeth whitening, skin care, deodorizing, and treating skin infections.

Activated Charcoal: A Personal Experience

I frequently take activated charcoal due to my sensitivity to food preservatives. I recommend other homeopathic remedies like Nux Vomica, Lycopodium, or Arsenicum for stomach aches, along with activated charcoal.

I believe in the importance of having activated charcoal in a first aid kit and consider it a supplement to a diet in today’s toxic environment. I’m concerned about the exposure of organic foods to pesticides and chemicals, and I shared an anecdote about non-organic potatoes being falsely labeled as organic.

The Power of Activated Charcoal

During a period of illness, my oxygen levels were consistently low despite using carbo veg, a homeopathic remedy. After consulting with a chiropractor friend, I learned that the cells in my lungs were coated with carbon monoxide, preventing them from absorbing oxygen properly. Upon the suggestion of my friend, I started taking activated charcoal, which resulted in a significant improvement in my oxygen levels within a few hours.

Activated charcoal not only works on the respiratory system but also cleanses other body systems by pulling toxins and heavy metals. I suggest taking one capsule a day or adjusting the frequency based on individual needs and reactions. Activated charcoal can be taken in different forms, such as capsules, powder, or mixed in smoothies, depending on personal preference.

I’m grateful for the opportunity to share this information and encourage you to explore the benefits of activated charcoal for yourselves. Thank you for listening and don’t forget to visit the Homeopathy for Mommies website and tune in to future episodes.

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  1. Christine Joyce Cormier says

    Thank you!!!
    Absolutely informative!!!!!!!!
    Christine

  2. This is helpful! I’m ordering some for our first aid kit.

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