Activated Charcoal in its homoeopathic form is your stomachs best friend.
Activated Charcoal is a staple in homeopathic medicine as a Carbon-based supplement.
It is prepared by igniting a pile of dry beech or birch wood which is then covered by a thick layer of soil. This slows the burning process down and increases the intensity of the heat. The combustion process takes place with very little oxygen present, and the wood is converted into volatile compounds and the remaining charcoal, which consists mainly of carbon.
Traditionally used often as an acute remedy for indigestion, flatulence or venous congestion.
Vegetable Charcoal, aka Carbo vegetabilis
Activated Homeopathic form (white capsule).
Studies reveal that one gram of activated charcoal has a surface area in excess of 500 m².
Sourced sustainably in the US from Hardwood/Beech Poplar Wood
90 vegetarian capsules
Activated Charcoal has been around for centuries, used extensively in the time of Hippocrates, and is commonly found in Hospital Emergency Centers.