Taking Activated Charcoal to combat bad bacteria, endotoxins and heavy metals

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Taking Activated Charcoal to combat bad bacteria, endotoxins and heavy metals

Post by Joachim Bartoll » June 4th, 2019, 5:03 pm

Free article from 2016 written by Joachim on how to use charcoal to lessen the Herxheimer Reaction (during treatment of gut bacteria overgrowth) and to absorb lead acetate, strychnine, DDT, many drugs (including cocaine, penicillin, aspirin, phenobarbital), and inorganic substances (chlorine, lead, and mercury).
If you’ve been through survival field training or if you’re into prepping or simply enjoy trekking in the woods and surviving of the land like a true bushman, you know that diarrhea is one of the most common issues you’re faced with in the wilderness. Diarrhea is the body’s natural defense against a lot of microorganisms like amoeba, viruses, protozoa, and even bacteria. It is the body’s way of “trying” to flush itself out. One of the most common remedies to ease the onset of diarrhea and stomach upset is with pulverized charcoal mixed in water. This substance has micro pores on its surface that will adsorb several times its own mass in toxins. That is also the reason why charcoal is used in water purifiers. And even if you never set your foot in the wilderness, charcoal can still do a lot of good for you in several different scenarios...
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