For over 10,000 years, healers from Chinese Medicine, Ayuredic Medicine, and Western Medicine have used activated charcoal to soak up poisons and improve intestinal health through a process called “adsorption” which means “to bind to” rather than “to absorb.”
Today, beyond use in hospitals as an antidote for drugs and poisons, activated charcoal is a global remedy for general detoxification, digestion issues, gas, bloating, heart health, and anti-aging. It is a part of my mold toxin detox protocols. In fact, unscrupulous industrial cattle mills intentionally alter spoiled feed with activated charcoal, knowing it will allow them to increase profits without killing the animals.(1)
Biohackers know the world we live in has more man-made toxins than it used to, and food from industrial restaurants is of questionable quality. Both of these factors can trigger food cravings and lower performance, which is why my family and I take activated charcoal whenever we eat at restaurants. The difference is dramatic. It often prevents you from feeling bloated and tired after eating a big restaurant meal. When I feel unusually moody or suddenly tired, activated charcoal helps me get back in the game within minutes.
When my young kids (4 and 6 years old) suddenly drop into uncharacteristic fits of whining or tantrums, especially after snacks at a friends house, activated charcoal brings them back to normal within about 10 minutes. It is amazing to watch.
This article is to help you understand the researched uses of activated charcoal, how it works, and how you can use it to detox your body and feel noticeably better quickly.
Source : blog.bulletproof.com/the-strangest-way-to-detox/