Medicinal Activated Charcoal Powder is used around the world as a universal antidote for hundreds of poisons (including arsenic, mercury, pesticides, strychnine, warfarin, hemlock, and ...) and as a detox for drug overdose (including aspirin, barbiturates, prozac, paracetamol, phenobarbital, amphetamine, cocaine, THC, morphine, opium, and...), and is recommended by the Poison Control Centers of America, including the Animal Poison Control Center.
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|Health ConditionsMedicinal activated charcoal: a natural remedy for poisoning, indigestion, heartburn, diarrhea, gas, colic, Candida, bowel disease, insect bites, poison ivy, pink eye, cellulitis, gout, UTI, colitis, hepatitis, and other common diseases.|
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|Making a Charcoal PoulticePictures illustrating how to make an activated charcoal poultice to be applied externally for numerous conditions.|
|Making Charcoal BiscuitsSimple directions how to make your own charcoal biscuits, which can be taken as digestive aid.|
|Making Your Own CharcoalA brief history of charcoal making with a step-by-step description of how to make your own charcoal in your back yard. Photos included.|
"It is only when ignited and quenched that charcoal itself acquires its characteristic power, and only when it seems to have perished that it becomes endowed with greater virtue."
Pliny the Elder (A.D. 50)
Famous Roman scientist
“The reader should be convinced that ever-new uses for the remarkable substance known as activated [medicinal] charcoal will continue to evolve.” (Activated Charcoal in Medical Applications, Marcel Dekker, 1995)
David O. Cooney Ph.D.
Chemical Engineering University of Wyoming, Laramie
When taken internally
USP Activated Charcoal is a safe and effective remedy for: