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Charcoal Review

Charcoal Review Charcoal is a fine, black powder made from wood or other natural materials by heating them in an airless environment. Charcoal used for health conditions is usually “activated” to make it a very fine powder, which increases its effectiveness. Activated charcoal can chemically attach, or adsorb, to a variety of particles and gases, which makes it ideal for removing potentially toxic substances from the digestive tract. Activated charcoal is not absorbed into the body, so it carries adsorbed substances out of the body in the feces. It is also known as Activated Carbon, Activated Charcoal.
Charcoal
Also Known Activated Carbon, Activated Charcoal
Description Charcoal is a fine, black powder made from wood or other natural materials by heating them in an airless environment. Charcoal used for health conditions is usually “activated” to make it a very fine powder, which increases its effectiveness. Activated charcoal can chemically attach, or adsorb, to a variety of particles and gases, which makes it ideal for removing potentially toxic substances from the digestive tract. Activated charcoal is not absorbed into the body, so it carries adsorbed substances out of the body in the feces.
Typical Dose
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Benefits and Effectiveness


Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-14

Charcoal Dosage



Side Effects

Charcoal will turn the stools black, and may lead to diarrhea or constipation in some people. No other adverse effects have been reported.People with a rare disease called variegate porphyria who were given activated charcoal experienced a worsening of their condition.15 Until more research is available, people with variegate porphyria should not take activated charcoal.



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