|Your cart is currently empty|
Charcoal can be produced from a wide variety of materials; bamboo, wood, moss, bone and coconut. Some of the most common forms of charcoal are used as fuels or absorbents used in purification processes, many of these grades of charcoal would be harmful if ingested. Charcoal used for medical applications is highly refined and purified to remove the harmful substances found in other grades, the charcoal is also activated. Activated charcoal is produced by; heating charcoal to high temperatures (800 - 1000 degrees centigrade) this process alters the structure of the charcoal producing a lattice / honeycomb structure, which has a huge surface area, 1g of activated charcoal may have an area of over 1000 square meters.JL Bragg, only uses activated charcoal produced from Coconuts, the structure of activated charcoal produced from Coconuts is unique and works in harmony with our bodies, other forms of charcoal do not have the same health benefits. Activated charcoal does not absorb any nutrients, minerals or vitamins as these substances are either too large or do not bond with activated charcoal.
Bragg's Charcoal Capsules provide 100% natural relief for indigestion, wind and heartburn. It can also be taken during pregnancy and lactation. It alleviates the symptoms of Dyspepsia (chronic or recurrent discomfort in the abdomen accompanied by bloating, belching, nausea) offers relief from occasional diarrhoea, is wheat and lactose free. Bragg’s contains activated Charcoal has been used for many years in the treatment of intestinal disorders.
•One of the benefits of taking JL Bragg’s Medicinal Charcoal as opposed to other digestive products is that because it is not a drug, it has no direct action on any organ of the body. It does not enter the blood stream nor is the charcoal itself adsorbed into your body. All of it passes out of your system along with the toxins and gases it has collected on its journey.
•The charcoal used in JL Bragg’s Medicinal Tablets is made from coconut shells. It is thus sustainable in food and ecosystem terms, as no trees are damaged in the process and the husks are not a food-source.
•It provides 100% natural relief for indigestion, wind and heartburn
•Can be taken during pregnancy and lactation
•Alleviates the symptoms of Dyspepsia (chronic or recurrent discomfort in the abdomen accompanied by bloating, belching, nausea)
•Relief from occasional diarrhea
•Wheat and Lactose free
•Activated Charcoal has been used for many years in the treatment of intestinal disorders
•Charcoal was used for medical purposes as early as 1550 BC by the Ancient Egyptians. However, it wasn’t until the latter part of the 18th century that the adsorbent properties of medicinal charcoal were scientifically studied and it became possible to prepare it in a pure state, primarily as an antidote to poisoning.