Clinoptilolite Zeolite

What is Zeolite?

There are many forms of Zeolite, in fact there are 48 natually occurring Zeolites known and more than 150 synthesised Zeolites Types. Pure Clinoptilolite Zeolite is the one recommended for human and domestic animal health. New Zealand Zeolite is a blend of Clinoptilolite and Mordenite.

Zeolite, technically a mineral, consists of alternating Silica Tetra Oxide and Aluminum Tetra Oxide crystals that arrange themselves in a lattice-like configuration. The compound has a negative electrostatic charge, while toxic heavy metals have a positive charge. Zeolite thus provides an extensive negatively charged surface area that can attract and bind positively charged toxic metals.

The Zeolite-metal complex is then excreted from the body. The Aluminium is locked-in to the Zeolite structure and is not retained within your body. Zeolites have been used extensively in water processing and have been shown to be of value in bacterial diarrhoea (it binds to bacterial toxins too) and are now being used in animals and humans. Zeolite is less potent chelator than the chemical agents such as EDTA (known as Ethylenediamineteraacetic acid), DMSA (known as Dimercaptosuccinic acid), and DMPS (known as 2.3-Dimercapto-1-propanesulfonic acid).

Zeolites are hydrated alum-inosilicate mineral combinations, which have a unique "open" micro porous molecular structure, often described as a honeycomb. raph. Drag me to add paragraph to your block, write your own text and edit me.