Health Conditions ( B - C )
activated charcoal testimonials
Celiac Disease (CD) is unique in that a specific food component, gluten has been identified as the trigger. As an individual is on the learning curve of adjusting their diet, eliminating some foods while learning to substitute non-gluten products for gluten containing foods, they can relieve much of the bowel discomfort by experimenting with the internal use of activated charcoal or by applying charcoal poultices over the abdomen.
People suffering with bowel disease, including Ulcerative Colitis, Irritable Bowel Disease, Crohn’s, or Celiac, all have two things in common—pain and diarrhea. In many cases, these individuals will find that USP activated charcoal taken internally or regular activated charcoal applied externally as a poultice brings a significant measure of relief as testified to by the following stories.
Activated Charcoal is used around the world in hundreds of different applications to neutralizes hundreds of different poisons. Numerous cases have demonstrated that the same activated charcoal used in Hospital Emergency Rooms (ER) to adsorb accidental poisoning or drug overdose is equally effective in adsorbing the venom of poisonous snakes and poisonous insects including the brown recluse spider.
Buchu Leaf is native to South Africa. The indigenous people of South Africa used buchu leaves and the oil of Buchu for hundreds of years. The medicinal use of this plant is part of the cultural heritage of the Khoisan, who chew the leaves to relieve stomach problems and mix the leaves with sheep fat as an ointment to treat wounds.
Burn cases. They come from a wide range of causes (gasoline, X-ray, electrical, chemical, steam…). But, when you come face to face with a severe burn victim, you want to run away and hide. If you can somehow shut out the screaming and crying, where do you begin to help the poor soul? Kind gentle words seem very empty. There is hope in simple natural remedies.
Because a chalazion eventually becomes inflamed, red, warm and painful it should be expected to respond to an activated charcoal poultice. Activated Charcoal poultices are known to reduce inflammation and pain associated with different skin infections such as shingles, cellulitis and boils (abscess). We would also suggest using an activated charcoal poultice for a sty.
Richard Kaufman, PhD, is a bio-nutritional chemist. He reports, “Activated charcoal can be an effective adjunct to any regimen for the treatment of systemic Candida albicans infections.” The toxins produced by Candida, absorbed by the blood and carried throughout the body, are effectively adsorbed by charcoal.