Apr 17 2014
What is Zeolite?
Zeolite is a natural mineral called alumino-silicate. It has a negative charge, has a micro-porous “honeycomb” molecular structure which has the ability to trap positively charged particles into its “honeycomb” structure.
To use a layman’s explanation, it has an action similar to a magnet attracting iron filings and holding them. This process is better known as “cat-ion exchange” capacity or CEC.
Zeolite is formed over an extremely long period of time from volcanic rock and ash meeting with alkaline ground water, it then undergoes a crystallisation process taking millions of years. The result is a unique combination of Aluminium, Silicon and Oxygen which has been compressed into a very hard mineral. Our Clinoptilolite Zeolite comes from an Australian mine, over 300 million years old, possessing greater purity and density than other known sources.
It is our proprietary processing that holds the key to the cleanliness and effectiveness of our product that separates our product from the rest! This process brings the Zeolite to a desired size and charges the Zeolite. The binding of heavy metals varies with the charge density and the molecular size.
Zeolite is a breakthrough supplement that works at the cellular level by trapping heavy metals and toxins and safely removing them from the body. Zeolite is also very effective in removing radiation, as shown in the cleanup after the Chernobyl nuclear accident. The people showed a 30% reduction in radioactive isotopes after the very first application of Zeolite! Continued use shows increased benefits.
Our Zeolite products can safely and gently remove heavy metal and other contaminants through normal excretory processes. This allows the immune system to operate unhindered where pH levels can return to a normal acid / alkaline balance (pH 7.0-7.4). This is vital to good health!
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Dr Michael Sichel (DO, ND, PhD) writes:
“Zeolite is an unusual and therapeutically exciting, non-toxic mineral now used in chelation. It has extraordinary ability to absorb, hold, release, and exchange different chemicals, nutrients, toxins and ions according to need. Zeolite is formed from the silicon component of volcanic ash.
Australian Zolite is unique and posses some superior characteristics. The major mineral of Zeolite is clinoptilolite, which is a calcium, potassium, magnesium, aluminosilicate. Australian Zeolite is unusually low in sodium compared with other Zeolites of the world. It is excellent in water filtration applications.
The chelating ability of Zeolite lies in its unique internally porous atomic structure that provides a very open framework with a network of pores giving it a large surface area (up to 450m/g) and high porosity (up to 45%) for trapping toxic metals and other toxins without any change in structure. It carries a negative charge balanced by freely moving cations with positive charges. This also provides an ideal trap for poisons like ammonia (a by- product of protein digestion). In fact, it is sometimes used in agriculture for just that reason. Its biological activity reduces odours, and generally de-toxifies.
Zeolite can also slowly release its ‘good’ minerals – like calcium, potassium and magnesium. This counters the loss of these essential mineral nutrients to other forms of chelation.
Taking one (or two) teaspoons of Zeolite daily in water, away from meals, alkalises, which can bind stomach (if too much). This mineral stores toxins inside its ‘cellular cage’ system and takes them to the bowel exit, and so chelates without side effects.”
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Reading Material (which Natrapak has in store):
Good News for the Alphabet Kids – How to reverse learning and behavioural disorders without drugs, written by Dr Michael Sichel
How to Repair Children damaged by Mercury Medicine and Politics, written by Dr Michael Sichel
DVD (which Natrapak has in store):
How to repair Autism Spectrum Disorders without Drugs, by Dr Michael Sichel