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Activated Charcoal Powder (Coconut)


Activated Charcoal Powder (Coconut)


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Topical  Internal  Oral Children

Activated Charcoal Powder (Coconut)


Activated Charcoal is produced from coconut shells through a chemical-free, steam activation process that produces a food-grade product safe for internal and external use.  This product is sold as a powder in a 4-ounce bottle and as capsules (quantity of 100).

This product is certified Kosher by Kosher Certification Services.


Love and activated charcoal from coconut shells.  Capsules contain activated charcoal from bamboo, gelatin and purified water (capsule) which is not suitable for vegetarians.


Charcoal is used to absorb toxins topically and internally.  When used topically on infections, the dry powder may be used, or slightly wetted and applied to the affected area.  Internally, charcoal is used for overdoses or to absorb toxins that have been ingested, to whiten teeth during brushing, aid in overall health, and many other uses.  Two caps may be taken daily with water and on an empty stomach, away from other medications as not to absorb or interact with the medications.


Absorbing, calming, drying, and soothing.


Topical – Apply dry or slightly wetted (with water) charcoal directly on affected area and wrap with a cloth.  Allow to dry and absorb toxins from the skin or a wound.  Remove when dry, and reapply as needed.  Heat may be applied atop the wrap for infections to speed the healing process.  If using heat, apply heat for no more than 20 minutes with equal rest between uses.

Internal – Take 2 caps daily.  Discontinue use 2 weeks prior to surgery and do not take internally at the same time other medications are taken as charcoal's main action is to absorb.  If medications are present, charcoal may absorb the medications and eliminate or extend the time the medications is in your system.

Oral – Charcoal is safe to use orally.  Simply put a small amount on a toothbrush and brush teeth to remove stains and whiten teeth.  Using a small amount of charcoal, apply it directly to mouth sores and allow to dry, repeating as necessary.

Children – Safe for children.