Sona Activated Charcoal contains an activated vegetable carbon with a very high absorptive capacity, which makes it useful in the removal of noxious substances and gases from the gastrointestinal tract. Particularly useful for people suffering from flatulance.
How To Use
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Adsorption is the adhesion of atoms, ions, or molecules from a gas, liquid, or dissolved solid to a surface - in this case the charcoal or adsorbent. This is the method by which Sona Activated Charcoal can bind to toxins, wastes and gases (noxious substances) and help in their removal from the body. Activated Charcoal travels through the digestive tract and out of the body. This is of particular benefit for people suffering from flatulence and other digestive discomforts. The beneficial effect is obtained from a dose of 1g at least 30 mins before and 1g shortly after a meal.
Can you get Activated Charcoal naturally from foods?:
Activated charcoal is a manufactured product. You cannot find it naturally in foods.
Beneficial For :
- Binds and adsorbs toxins
- Can help alleviate symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, flatulence and diarrhoea
- Supports healthy digestive system
- Reduces gas
GRAS - Generally recognized as safe. No adverse reactions, side effects or overdose symptoms expected when taken within the recommended amounts.
Activated charcoal adsorbs medicines and nutrients in addition to gas and toxins and eliminates them from the body. It is imperative that you take activated charcoal two hours before or after taking prescription medication or vitamin mineral supplements.
The safety or otherwise of the use of Activated Charcoal during pregnancy or lactation has not been determined. However, there is no data to suggest that it may not be safe.
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