Activated Charcoal Uses


When Do You Use Charcoal?

Charcoal is used for internal and external infection and poisoning. Cases of injury, fever, eye and ear infection, gastritis, internal disorders, halitosis, poisonous spider or insect bites, bee sting or snake bite, any inflammation, colitis, indigestion, cellulites, diarrhea, gas, jaundice, and ingestion of gasoline, petroleum, lighter oil can be benefited.

How Much Charcoal Do You Take?

Charcoal comes in powder, capsule, and tablet form. For a normal adult, 1 tablespoon of powder, 3-4 tablets, or 2-3 capsules can be taken. Take 2-3 times a day.

 Reference: There is a theory that if you take charcoal regularly for a long time, bodily nutrients can become insufficient. We don't recommend taking charcoal regularly over a year but up to 12 weeks, there seems to be no problem. If you take charcoal powder, make sure mix it with water, otherwise, charcoal powder can enter into

Different Charcoal Usage:

Gastric disorder, colitis, liver disorder and other internal disorders: mix honey 200 gram (7 oz.), olive oil 200 gram(7 oz.), charcoal 300 gram (1.5 cup), eucalyptus oil 5 drops then take 1-2 spoonfuls morning and night.

For tonsillitis, infection in abdomen, and sore throat: use a charcoal poultice for hot and cold treatment. Ingest 1-2 tablespoons of powder.

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