Globally, industry and traffic emit 12 – 13 tonnes of (petro-) chemicals into the air every day. This is an average daily amount of 2kg for every person inhabiting our planet. These toxic particles are usually inhaled in small portions and accumulate in the body over time, particularly within those living in cities or near industrial areas.
In addition to air contamination, today our daily food and water is often loaded with noxious substances ranging from chemicals such as pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides to antibiotics and other pharmaceutical residues. Even municipal drinking water usually still contains pharmaceutical residues, traces of hormonal medications (such as oral contraceptives), heavy metals, pesticides etc. Furthermore, municipal water is often chlorinated and in some countries also fluoridated (in New Zealand for example). On top of this chemical mix, many people suffer from mercury and other heavy metals leaching out their tooth fillings – often without knowing that all this can be the cause of their ailments.
Particularly with a high and frequent exposure to toxins the body’s cleansing mechanisms can be insufficient to maintain good health and optimal body functions.
Additional to toxins and chemicals, many people are exposed to noise pollution, electromagnetic pollution or electric smog, economic pressures and emotional stress.
Such unhealthy influences build up over time and can lead to oxidative stress with accumulating free radicals and various dysfunctions in the body.
The positive results from using Activated Zeolite (Clinoptilolite) as a detoxifier and dietary supplement have been described in various studies and by thousands of users. Zeolite is a natural substance that is listed on the ‚U.S. Government's list of GRAS‘ (Generally Regarded As Safe), and functions as a powerful and unique detoxifier.
Being such a potent detoxifier, Zeolite has even been used in Chernobyl and Fukushima for its ability to bind radioactive elements. It was employed to plaster the damaged reactor to shield off nuclear radiation, and in Japan it was strewn into the Pacific to reduce the spread of Caesium, Strontium and other lethal radioelements and it found use treating people after exposure to radiation.
It may be of support to relieve toxic reactions towards x-ray or atmospheric radiation after exposure during a flight.
Zeolite absorbs viral particles and therefore reduces viral proliferation. In a study about ‚Antiviral Properties of Clinoptilolite‘ it has been suggested that local application of Zeolite (Clinoptilolite) can help against herpes virus infections and the internal use against adenovirus or enterovirus. 
Zeolite contains the minerals and trace elements that sea water is made of, and depending on the area even additional elements adding up to almost the entire periodic table.
Zeolite also functions as an antioxidant, by reducing free radicals, binding and evacuating them from the body.
This detoxification of the organism results in an improved state of health and prevents premature ageing.
Only Zeolites in their purest form should be used for human consumption, since natural Zeolite can occur nearby unfavourable minerals.
NZeolite is a selected quality product and every care is taken to provide a clean, quality powder that aids your good health.
After mining, milling and crushing, the Zeolite is dried to a remaining moisture content of less than 5%, preventing it from inhabiting mould spores, and further processed to be highly bio-available in the body.
Zeolite or Clinoptilolite in its powdered form and without nano-particles is neither digested nor absorbed into the bloodstream. The Zeolite itself plus the captured toxins are eliminated by bowel movement. Cations such as Silica, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Iron are exchanged for noxious chemicals (inhaled or ingested), poisonous heavy metals, free radicals (e.g. formed by stress), bacterial or viral particles, myco-toxins (from fungi), radiation (X-ray, cosmic radiation) and nuclear radioelements.
So why not use Zeolite?
The particle size of the Zeolite used for our NZeolite range varies between 70-80 micron or micrometer; one micron being one-millionth of a metre or one-thousandth of a millimetre.
That means the particles of our NZeolite are larger than nano particles. Since NZeolite does not contain any nano particles and is non-soluble, it does not enter the bloodstream, but is eliminated together with the trapped toxins through the bowel.
NZeolite’s compounds Silica, Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, for example, are positively charged ions, also called cations. Zeolite‘s detoxifying and molecular-sieving properties derive from its ability to exchange cations for toxins. Minerals and trace elements are attracted into the body in exchange of another cation such as positively charged toxins like lead, mercury, ammonium, nickel or cadmium. These heavy metals are adsorbed (or bound) by the Zeolite. While Silica and other cations contained in the Clinoptilolite’s complex are exchanged, the negatively charged ions of the powder remain stable and are eliminated with the bound toxins.
The size of NZeolite’s powder grains is matched to optimally support bowel cleansing and waste elimination processes. The NZeolite crystals are micronised down to a size in which its crater-like edges fit into the intestinal craters of the bowel's folds which average at 150 micron.
The electrostatically attracted toxins are irreversibly trapped in the cage-like cluster of Zeolite and then carried safely out of the body through normal digestion. These toxins, along with the remaining Zeolite, are eliminated from the body within 5 to 7 hours. There is no digestion of the actual Clinoptilolite, only the released cations can be ingested into the mucosa (mucous membrane) of the intestinal tract.
In addition, Zeolites can affect the healthy bacterial flora and the resorption of bacterial products, vitamins and oligoelements/trace elements.
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