Palak Notes Activated Charcoal derived from Coconut Shells
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Palak Notes Activated Charcoal capsules are infused with organic and natural charcoal derived from clean coconut shells. Since our activated charcoal is made from clean coconut shells, it is preferred more and considered superior to other sources of extracted charcoal.
Activated Charcoal helps in every type of body detoxification including alcohol detox. It also serves best in teeth whitening, relief intestinal gas and bloating, and food poisoning.
How does it work?
These capsules are safe to use and reduce bloating and toxins from your body. Activated charcoal is used to trap toxins and chemicals in the body, allowing them to be flushed out so that the body doesn’t reabsorb them.
Activated Charcoal is made from natural sources. Its capsules boost your oral health and help whiten teeth and maintain gum health.
Why should you take it?
Activated charcoal is used to flush out the toxins from your body, it is also used to treat poisoning and alcohol hangovers as well. The product has several other benefits too, including,
- Treat gas and bloating
- Body detox
- Treat alcohol side-effects
- Whitens teeth
Features and Details
- 1 bottle contains 60 capsules
- Charcoal derived from coconut shells
- Removes unwanted toxins from your body
- Improves kidney functioning
Q1. Is this Supplement Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian?
Activated Charcoal is extracted from coconut shells which makes it 100% vegetarian and natural at the same time.
Q2. What are the Benefits of this Supplement?
- It whitens teeth
- Cleanse toxins and chemicals from body
- Promotes kidney health
- Treats gas and bloating issues
Q3. Who can take this product?
- People having food poisoning
- People having digestion problems
- People who want to detox the body after alcohol consumption
- People having gum issues
Q4. What is the right way to take Activated Charcoal capsules?
Take 1 capsule on an empty stomach or after 1 hour of taking a meal every day, or as directed by the healthcare professional.
Organic coconut shell is a sustainable source of activated charcoal. Activated charcoal obtained from organic coconut shells is a green source and environmentally friendly option. Carbon blocks that have been taken from the atmosphere to produce the oxygen are stored in the coconut shell ready to be used. Activated charcoal supplementation has many therapeutic benefits.
Activated charcoal from organic coconut shell
Activated charcoal is a natural detoxifying agent. Activated charcoal acts as a good adsorbent because the increase of chemical accumulation leads to the increase of pore number of activated carbon due to an excessive chemical attack. Subsequently, activated charcoal tends to reduce the enhancement of chemical activator concentration due to carbon collapsing. Activated carbon can also adsorb harmful metals.
Activated carbon obtained from coconut shells is one of the best forms as it has more surface area and a higher density of micro-pores. Researchers found that activated carbon obtained from coconut shells has 50% more micro-pores than coal-based activated carbon. Therefore, this type of activated carbon has a higher porosity than any other coal-based activated carbon. It can adsorb volatile organic chemicals, and other contaminants that are hard to remove from body fluids like water content.
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