COCONOUT ACTIVATED CHARCOAL
Coconut is a fruit, obtained from the coconut tree, the most cultivated palm worldwide. The main producers are the Philippines, Indonesia and India. In our country the biggest crops can be found in San Martin, Loreto and Ucayali. In its adult stage, it can reach a height of approximately 25 meters. Activated carbon is obtained from the coconut shell, in which it undergoes physical or chemical activation processes.
Coconut activated charcoal is made up of 70 to 80% charcoal, is practically pure and the ash content varies from 5 to 10%.
Activated charcoal has multiple uses, it is used to treat poisonings and acute poisoning in people and for gastrointestinal problems. It is also used for the purification of water, deodorization and purification of air and water, for the removal of organic substances, recovery of solvents and as a catalyst.
COCONUT ACTIVATED CHARCOAL
Activated charcoal helps in detoxification processes. It is used as one of the ingredients in colon cleansing therapies and in detoxifying products. It has the ability to absorb toxins and eliminate them intestinally, so it is going to be an important cleaning system.
DEALING WITH POISONS:
Activated charcoal is used as an adsorbing agent to treat poisoning and overdose by oral ingestion. It prevents the absorption of the poison in the stomach. Charcoal absorbs the toxic from the stomach and intestine.
HELPS REDUCE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS:
Activated charcoal can help reduce blood cholesterol, lipid, and triglyceride levels because it can absorb some of it in the stomach and intestines.
Soothes the stomach by removing excess gas from the digestive tract.
It is also used to counteract the effects of the passage of time in the body, since it assists in the processes of the liver, kidneys and adrenal glands, avoiding excessive cellular aging.
SIDE EFFECTS AND
It should not be used in poisonings due to corrosive products such as strong acids and bases, as it is not effective and would make immediate endoscopy difficult. Activated charcoal should not be administered to pregnant or lactating women and to elderly individuals. Its use in children is not recommended, since it can interfere with the absorption of some nutrients.
HOW TO USE?
Activated charcoal is generally consumed when some poisoning or poisoning occurs. For aesthetics it is also used as a mask to reduce the presence of stains and facilitate facial cleaning.
It is recommended to consume adults and adolescents from 12 years old, 1 to 2 capsules during the day if necessary. The capsules should be taken with a glass of water or liquid. Children under 12 years old consult your pediatrician.
Coconout activates charcoal capsules 100 * 250 mg
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