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GiGi
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www.zeohealth.com

Each year, people all around the world are exposed to thousands of toxic chemicals and pollutants in air, water, food and soil. Too many carry within their bodies a chilling "chemical cocktail" made up of food additives, industrial chemicals, heavy metals, and the residues of pharmaceuticals and illegal drugs. To assure we maintain a state of good health, these toxins must be dealt with.

Zeolite, an age old substance derived from nature, has been shown to benefit the following:

Stops acute and chronic diarrhea
Binds with and removes free radicals in the body
Raises the body's antioxidant levels
Helps alkalize to achieve the proper pH
Binds mycotoxins, forming stable complexes
Aid in heavy metal and chemical detoxification
Binds radioactive compounds
Stabilizes and regulates immune system
Reduces side effects of chemotherapy/radiation
Reduces hangovers

We use Destroxin, a Zeolite product, as a mop-up agent for ongoing detox.

Take care.

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SForsgren
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Hi Gigi,

Thanks for another great hint. Do you think this product is better than NCD? Is Destroxin something that you have seen Dr. K using and testing people for? Be well.

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Scott

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GiGi
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Scott, the products are basically the same. NCD is a multi-marketing product which I stay away from.
Yes, Destroxin is being tested and used by the Dr. K. circle. It tests just as well for many, but costs a lot less.

Take care.

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Hi Gigi,

Any idea how this compares to Questran? Questran helps me, but seems to be hard on my delicate freaking liver lately.

Any idea how the compare???

thank you,

CaliLymer

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I just ordered a couple of bottles and will ART test with it and see how it tests. Thanks for the great recommendation.

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Scott

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"The use of adsorbent chemicals, such as zeolite, and

other haemostatic agents

is also being explored for use in sealing severe injuries quickly."

Zeolite is haemostatic?


Zeolite...silicon, aluminum and oxygen.


http://www.personal.utulsa.edu/~geoffrey-price/zeolite/zeo_narr.htm

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GiGi
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If you want to get well, one way and probably the one way is to get rid of Neurotoxins. Have I said this before??????????? Here is another mop-up agent:

From my files:

``Millions of years ago, zeolite deposits formed when volcanoes erupted enormous amounts of ash-alumuno-silicates of alkaline and alkaline earths. Some of the wind borne ash settled to form thick ash beds. In some cases, the ash fell into lakes and in others water percolated through the ash beds. In all cases, the chemical reaction of volcanic ash and salt water resulted in the formation of natural zeolites.

The characteristics of a zeolite deposit are decided in its genesis. Small natural differences such as temperature, geographic location and ash/water properties impart a slightly different composition and therefore some unique properties to a few of the deposits. These small differences present during the formation of a deposit are the reason that each natural zeolite sample has distinctly unique properties.

The alumina and silica from the ash stack into a stable, open and three dimensional honey comb structure. There are over 40 other natural zeolite structures. For example, clinoptilolite ( a member of the zeolite group of minerals) has a silica to alumina ratio of four to one.

Zeolite is an amazing crystalline mineral capable of adsorbing and absorbing many different types of gases, moisture, petrochemicals, heavy metals, low-level radioactive elements and a multitude of various solutions. The channels in the zeolite provide large surface areas on which chemical reactions can take place. The cavities and channels within the crystal could occupy up to 51% of its volume. Zeolite can adsorb or absorb large amounts of material such as ions or gas molecules.

There are three main kinds of zeolite: fibrous, leafy or crystalline. Medical use is from crystalline zeolite that contains high quantities of the mineral clinoptilolite.

How does it work?

Its extremely hard, microporous honeycomb type of structure is permeated by ducts and cavities throughout. These caves or channels are openings where either minerals or heavy metals can bind. The silicon building block is electrically neutral, but the aluminum building block carries a negative charge creating charged sites throughout the entire crystal structure. The balancing process that works to maintain electroneutrality in the clinoptilolite attracts positive minerals such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium and iron. These common cations (positively charged ions) can easily be displaced by heavy metals such as cadmium, mercury, nickel and arsenic and be removed from the body.

Zeolite has a history of industrial and veterinary use, including water purification, air filters, in animal feed to reduce the production of ammonia and increase the nutritive effect, and in cat litter and animal stalls to reduce odor. Ir has been put in cigarette filters to reduce nicotine and tar.

Zeolite works as an anti-diarrheal.

Zeolite is known to bind to mycotoxins, forming highly stable complexes. Mycotoxins are a diverse family of toxins produced by certain fungi especially by species of Aspergillus, Claviceps and Alternaria. There are several hundred distinct mycotosins capable of causing health problems such as renal and hepatic syndromes and diminished immune system. The most extensively researched mycotosins are the aflatoxins *(found in corn, peanuts, milk and cereals) which have been linked to liver, stomach and kidney cancer.

Zeolite as a heavy metal adsorbent.

Many toxic metals have been discharged into the environment and industrial wastes, causing serious soil and water pollution. Studies have shown that seolite has a high affinity for trapping lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury and other potentially harmful metals. Through the process of cation exchange, zeolite can lower overall heavy metal exposure in individuals. This would have a dramatic effect in the risk reduction of certain cancers and heart disease.

What is very interesting is that zeolite appears to remove toxins in a particular order. It first removes the above heavy metals within the first few weeks, then it removes secondary priority toxins, including pesticides, herbicides and plastics.

Here is a list of various diseases that can be treated by taking zeolite:

Circulatory system: stabilization of the circulatory system along with improved blood pressure and reduced varicosity of the veins, reduction of hemoorhoids and disappearance of enlarged capillaries. Strengthening of the heart muscle, acceleration of post heart attach recuperation.

Rheumatic Disorders: improved treatment of all types of rheymatic disorders, including sciatica, discopathy, arthritis, spondilosis, and rheumatic arthritis.

Kidney Function: diuretic effect and positive influence in improving kidney function and treatment of kidney infection.

Skin Diseases: Treatment of skin disease such as: seborrhea, dermatitis, herpes (all types), psoriasis, and others, through either oral intake and or external application of powder.

Diabetes Mellitus: stabilization and decrease in the level of sugar in the blood.

Endocrine Glands: Opti8mization of encodrine gland activity, especially in the lymph nodes.

Wounds and Burns: accelerated healing of wounds with direct application of the powder. Also, direct application of powder to minor burns relieves pain and eliminates skin damage.

Periodontosis: treatment of priodontosis and elimination of micro-organisms in the mouth with powder applied directly to the gums or as an additive to toothpaste.

Improving Skin Quality: increased moisture, as well as significantly increasing resistance to various negative external factors including UV rays.

Neuro-psychiatric Effects: overall improvement of disposition, successful treatment of insomnia, neurosis, and depression. Aids in the treatment of epilepsy, schizophrenia, Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.

Increasing Endurance: increased endurance in situations of increased physical effort, reduction or elimination of pain resulting from increased physical exertion.

Fungal Infection: quick and complete elimination of various fungal infections of the skin (Candida and others) and mucous membrane with direct application of powder. Elimination of fungal foot infections and treatment of fungal infections on internal
organs, which can result from radiological procedures in combination with antibiotics.

That ought to be enough for a while.

Take care.

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Thanks GiGi! That looks like a much better source for a zeolite than NCD.

I too was put off by the MLM scheme and the cost for such a small amount. In fact, I wondered sometimes if I wasn't maybe paying $40 for a 15cc bottle of water!

I like the concept of what it is supposed to do, though.

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