Zeolites are aluminosilicate minerals that have a micro-porous structure. The term, Zeolite, was originally coined in the 18th century by a Swedish mineralogist named Axel Fredrik Cronstedt who observed that upon rapidly heating the natural mineral, the stones began to dance about as the water evaporated. Using the Greek word that means "stone that boils", he called the material Zeolite.Zeolites contain a molecular trap which allows them to selectively sort molecules based primarily on a size exclusion process. Zeolites act as "micro-sponges" in our body, allowing them to absorb free radicals and heavy metals and then remove them from our bodies via our normal excretion process.
|Ingredients in 5 Drops:|
|Zeolite (Clinoptilolite) ||*|
|Humic & Filvic Minerals||*|
|*Daily Value not established|
Suggested Use: 5 drops taken 3 times daily. Approximatley 120 servings per bottle.
Zeolites are formed where volcanic rocks and ash layers react with alkaline groundwater. They are also known to crystallize in shallow marine basins over a period ranging from thousands to millions of years.In 2009, James Flowers, et. al. from North Carolina-based Eno Research (www.enoresearch.com), published the findings of a study in which volunteers consumed a suspension of Clinoptilolite (Zeolite) in water (or a placebo) for up to 30 days. All participants were monitored for clinically significant, deleterious changes in either of the urinary and serum electrolyte panel or the general metabolic panel. The Zeolite group experienced a rapid and significant increase in the urinary excretion of one or more heavy metals being monitored for the study, while the placebo group was unchanged.
Clinoptilolite (Zeolite) Clinoptilolite is a powerful mineral with the capability of stripping harmful metals via the normal excretion process.