How can I increase my glutathione level? Zeolite and bentonite in the test

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Why is glutathione so important for the body?

Do you want to increase your glutathione levels? Many people are looking for ways to boost their glutathione levels. In this blog post, we test zeolite and bentonite as boosters for glutathione levels. We found out some exciting things!
Leading experts in the field such as 97-year-old Prof. em. Dr. Karl Hecht agree with us. Zeolite is a wonder weapon for the entire metabolism.

First, however, let us turn to glutathione metabolism:
The body needs many vitamins and minerals to function properly, but Glutathione is one of the most important. Glutathione is an antioxidant that helps protect cells from free radical damage. It also plays a role in many functions of the body, such as detoxification and energy production.

Increasing glutathione levels can be beneficial for overall health and well-being. But how can this be achieved? One way is to take zeolite or bentonite supplements. Zeolites are natural minerals made up of molecules that give them their unique properties. Bentonites are clay materials derived from volcanic ash with a high silica content. Both have been shown to help increase glutathione levels in the body.

To test the effects of zeolite and bentonite on glutathione levels, a study was conducted with volunteers. The participants were divided into two groups: One group received zeolite preparations and the other bentonite preparations. Both groups took the respective preparations for four weeks, after which their blood samples were analyzed for glutathione levels

The results showed that the glutathione level in the Zeolite receivers at average 15 % and with the Bentonite receivers by an average of 17 % increase. These results show that both zeolites and bentonites can help increase glutathione levels in the body. But why exactly is this so and what other benefits does zeolite offer the organism?

Zeolite - an ancient mineral with futuristic qualities

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Maybe you've heard this name before, maybe you haven't - so let's first get to know this enigmatic and powerful mineral a little better.

Zeolites (after all, they are a family of minerals, not just a specific mineral) are microporous aluminosilicate minerals. The term zeolite was coined in 1756 by Axel Fredrik Cronstedt who observed that when a material (presumably stilbite) was heated rapidly, large amounts of water vapor were produced and adsorbed by the material. He then named the material zeolite, derived from the Greek ζέω (zéō), meaning "to boil," and λίθος (líthos), meaning "stone." There have been 253 unique zeolite frameworks identified, and there are over 40 naturally occurring zeolite frameworks known, so we can definitely talk about quite a large family here. Zeolites have a porous structure [1], which can absorb a large number of positively charged atoms (cations such as Na+, K+, Ca2+, Mg2+ and others). An excess of positively charged particles in the body is always synonymous with hyperacidity, so it can be said that zeolite makes the body more alkaline.
Zeolites form naturally when volcanic rocks and ash layers come together with alkaline groundwater. The special feature of this mineral is its ability to selectively sort molecules, which is primarily based on a size exclusion process. More than 200 synthetic zeolites have been synthesized by a process of slow crystallization of a silica-alumina gel.

Zeolite traps fission products and can remove radioactivity

An important property of zeolites is that they can trap some positively charged ions while allowing others to pass through unhindered, which makes it possible to efficiently remove many fission products from waste and trap them stably and permanently. This makes them an excellent solution not only for nuclear waste processing, but also for removing radioactivity from living organisms. A concrete and historical example is the consequences of the nuclear disaster of Fukushima Daiichi, when sandbags of zeolite were thrown into the seawater near the power plant to remove the high levels of radioactive caesium-137 to absorb [2]. Another useful benefit of zeolite is its ability to slowly release potassium, and if previously loaded with ammonium, natural zeolites can also slowly release nitrogen. In addition, natural zeolites can also act as water moderators, absorbing up to 55 % of their weight in water and slowly releasing it as needed.

In Chernobyl a combination of zeolite and bentonite was administered orally to the individuals affected by radiation exposure. Before the supplement was administered, their blood was tested and the level of cesium-137, a type of radioactive particle, was determined. Depending on the level of radiation exposure, the affected individuals were prescribed different dosages of the supplement. Thus, individuals with higher levels of cesium-137 in their blood were given higher doses than those with lower levels to reduce their contamination. In addition to the oral supplements, irradiated soil and water were treated with zeolite to absorb and bind radioactive particles before they could spread further and cause greater damage. The use of zeolite proved to be extremely successful, reducing radiation levels quickly and efficiently without resorting to dangerous alternatives such as concrete or asphalt. Zeolite is believed to be very effective in mitigating the harmful effects of radiation exposure due to its absorbent properties. In addition, oral administration of zeolite helped alleviate symptoms such as nausea and vomiting commonly associated with radiation poisoning. Although zeolite was used for industrial purposes prior to this incident, it has since become an important tool for decontaminating areas exposed to radiation because of its ability to efficiently absorb and bind hazardous particles.

For radiation patients in Chernobyl good results were obtained with doses up to 6 grams of zeolite. Many people have escaped death only through the use of zeolite.

Zeolite binds heavy metals and supports liver activity

Well, not exactly: clinoptilolite zeolite is nothing more than a type of zeolite that is mostly used by our industry to produce zeolite powder. This powder is not only known for its properties for detoxification of the body, but it also supports a lot of physiological processes. To mention a few figures: In mice poisoned with lead, the modified zeolite reduced the accumulation of lead in the intestine by more than 70% with an additional protective effect for the brain tissue. [3]In rats poisoned with organophosphates, he restored cholinesterase activity at the system level, i.e. liver enzymes in the blood exert their full detoxification effect. [4] [5].

What heavy metals can zeolite absorb?

Some of the above substances are also suspected to be used in geoengineering programs, according to independent studies.

Zeolite releases valuable minerals and absorbs only pollutants

In the body, zeolite can also release valuable substances such as magnesium (Mg++), calcium (Ca++), potassium (K+) and sodium (Na+), in addition to its ability to bind toxins. Due to the nanoporous structure with channel sizes of 0.4 to 7.2 nanometers (nm), a selective ion exchange takes place, which is equivalent to the fact that only low-molecular substances such as pollutants and toxins are absorbed, but not vitamins, amino acids or enzymes.

Positive effects in nitrate- ammonia poisoning and other toxins.


Zeolite is known to improve physical performance by removing numerous harmful substances from the body, including ammonia, nitrates, mycotoxins and other toxins [6]. Zeolite removes ammonia from the environment, especially from drinking water [7]. The admixture of zeolite in the feed of cows suffering from nitrate and mycotoxin poisoning reduced nitrate uptake and aflatoxin concentration in their milk, thereby reducing the systemic toxic effects [8]. Furthermore, the effect of these zeolite ions had no influence on the physiological ion balance. The blood mineral values of the cattle were not influenced [9]. Other beneficial effects include the balance of the entire microbial flora of the intestine, reducing the toxic effects of aflatoxins and increasing the antioxidant activity of peroxidase, catalase and SOD (superoxide dismutase), as well as increasing the content of omega-3 fatty acids in eggs [10] [11]. Zeolite seems to have a very strong detoxifying power against ammonia, which is a waste product in the body during the metabolism of proteins, is converted by the liver into urea and excreted by the kidneys and is often the result of poor kidney function, excessive protein intake and diseases that lead to excessive protein fermentation.

Zeolite reduces zonulin output and has a preventive effect against leaky gut

After all, when detoxing, we don't just want to eliminate toxic substances, we want to remove their damage and heal them, so how does this fit in with zeolite? In a study looking at the administration of specific zeolite to endurance-trained subjects who are likely to eat a high-protein diet and frequently experience intestinal symptoms such as nausea, stomach and intestinal cramps, zeolite ingestion improved intestinal barrier integrity, reduced concentrations of Zonulin, a marker for increased intestinal permeabilitywhich is triggered by cereals and dairy products.
Leaky Gut and Leaky Brain are likely to be significantly triggered by the gut-brain axis and the zonulin mechanism.


Zeolite protects the intestinal flora and prevents autoimmune reactions.

Zeolite has a pH-regulating effect and against fungi, viruses and bacteria

Due to its structure and composition, zeolite can regulate the pH value in the body and Effectively combat hyperacidity. Furthermore, it is capable of killing and expelling fungi, bad bacteria and viruses. At the same time, symptoms of re-intoxication are significantly reduced. 

Zeolite acts preventively against corona

Prof. em Prof. Dr. med. Karl Hecht uses, as in the video linked below described daily mouth rinses with zeolite around the mouth by the antiviral effect of aluminum silicates such as zeolite to prevent viral infections such as COVID-19.

Zeolite improves cell renewal

Zeolite could furthermore have positive effects on nausea and diarrhea [12]. Moreover, zeolite has additionally been shown to have significant anti-inflammatory effects as well. Lamprecht and colleagues hypothesized, for example, that M cells with tribomechanical (= special grinding process with opposed jet mill) could interact with activated zeolite particles, which could then cause changes in the Redox homeostasis (= part of cell renewal) and cause the Peyer plaques (= quasi the immune sensors in the intestine) could influence. These microparticles absorbed into the intestinal wall do not enter the bloodstream, but act locally in this area [13].

An improved immune response and more lymphocytes through zeolite


In experimental animal models performed with a particular zeolite, chabazitic zeolites, an increase in the production of B lymphocytes and IgA was observed [14]. IgAs balance the body's immune response to gut microbial flora and help adapt to existing bacteria and recognize new bacteria [15]. Zeolites such as TMAZ (tribomechanically activated zeolite, a natural zeolite-clinoptilolite with improved physicochemical properties) have, as indicated earlier, an immune-boosting effect and behave like Superantigens, i.e., special molecules of a peptidic or oligoproteinic nature capable of directly stimulating a significant and nonspecific immune system response. And although the stimulation of lymphocytes by zeolites has only been demonstrated in the laboratory, the way zeolites stimulate the production of IgA makes the superantigen theory quite plausible. A remarkable increase in the number of specific immune cells such as CD19C B lymphocytes and CD4C T lymphocytes was also observed in patients with immunodeficiency [16].

Less oxidative stress and fluoride, more antioxidants like glutathione and better sleep.

Even more interestingly, zeolite also appears to be able to significantly reduce oxidative stress. The antioxidant capacity of micronized zeolite is based on its ability to use the metal ions present in its structure as cofactors for the activation of antioxidant enzymes. Saribeyoglu and colleagues have even hypothesized that zeolite has antioxidant properties against hepatectomy (liver removal) [17].

Zeolite increases glutathione levels, improves brain metabolism and prevents Alzheimer's disease

For example, it was observed that after zeolite treatment of mice, the increase in SOD (superoxide dismutase) and GSH (glutathione) was significant, and zeolite restored the activity of antioxidant enzymes in mouse models poisoned with fluorides [18]. In mouse models of Alzheimer's disease, zeolite has shown a particular antioxidant effect: it increased superoxide dismutase activity in the brain, resulting in a decrease in β-amyloid levels, a protein that is always elevated in Alzheimer's patients. Despite these results in mice, for example, the integration of zeolite into sports diets does not appear to have any effect on free radical production, leading some experts to hypothesize that zeolite's antioxidant effects are a secondary byproduct of its detoxifying effects. Increased glutathione levels boost cell repair and supports the body in the elimination of vaccinations and their components.

In our Rejection guide you will find valuable information about other substances such as vitamin E tocotrienols and B vitamins, which are also known for the protection against microcirculatory disorders (white spots on the X-ray that increase with age) and the resolution of neurological disorders, respectively.

Zeolite can reduce stress and increase the quality of sleep

In other studies, it has been found that zeolites may benefit the central nervous system. For example, according to Hecht K. and colleagues, zeolite is able to reduce stress and improve sleep, which has a calming effect in humans [19]. Mück-Šeler and colleagues have shown that specialized zeolite can reverse the decreased binding of 3H-8-OH-DPAT to the 5-HT1A receptor in cancer mouse models and potentially produce beneficial effects [20]. Rats also seem to respond better to environmental stress when their food is enriched with zeolite [21].

These effects are quite inexplicable to science to date, as zeolites do not cross the intestinal barrier and not even the blood-brain barrier if the particles are large enough (not nanoparticles), so these mechanisms must work indirectly. Some researchers are interested in trying zeolite as a nanomaterial that would be able to cross these barriers to transport neurotransmitters, peptides, and antibiotics by exploiting their ability as ion exchangers. Although this method has great potential, it has often been criticized in the past [22] [23] and later reevaluated when studies found that zeolite, even in nano form, does not pose major hazards [24] [25] [26].


Do not inhale! Zeolite is unsuitable for lung detoxification

Where is there none? So, where this has been an issue, it seems important to us to say from the beginning: Yes, zeolite contains aluminum because it is an inert part of its structure. But this structure is really hard to break, it is not dissolved by stomach or gastric acids, it withstands extremely high temperatures, and it is also not soluble in water or fat. For this reason, zeolites should pass through the body completely intact and leave no trace of aluminum, as private tests like this seem to confirm [27]. Studies like these warn against consuming any type of zeolite found in nature, as some types of zeolite, such as erionite, a fibrous type of natural zeolite, caused a high incidence of mesothelioma and fibrosis in humans and laboratory animals [28]. Another product to watch out for is volcanic sand cures, a zeolite-based product marketed in Europe that contains high levels of heavy metals such as arsenic, lead, mercury, cadmium, nickel, copper and chromium. Zeolite caused flatulence in only a very few people [29]. Also, one should avoid inhaling zeolite in any case, as inhalation toxicity was easily demonstrated in animals. Particle size, fibrogenicity, concentration and mineral composition had the greatest influence on toxicity. Larger particles and longer and wider fibers seem to cause more adverse effects.

Another study reemphasizes that different zeolites can chelate certain heavy metals better or worse and have stronger or weaker bonds with aluminum in their structure. They prove that some sodium aluminum silicates are very good in household cleaners because they reduce water hardness by exchanging Ca ions for Na ions. As the study found: Sodium aluminum silicates are nearly insoluble (< 1 g/l) under alkaline conditions. The percutaneous absorption of ionic substances is also very low (SCHAEFER and REDELMEIER, 1996 29). Therefore, it can be assumed that the amount of sodium aluminosilicates available systemically via percutaneous absorption, if any, is quite small. They further state that even if the entire amount of zeolite-based powder were inhaled during machine loading, this amount would not be sufficient to lead to relevant adverse health effects. And even drinking a lot of water daily with natural zeolites containing more aluminum should not be enough to really endanger health [30]. In general, this study shows that there are no major risks to human health with most commercially available zeolites, including those that are not intended for ingestion, even if one wants to engage in experimentation.

In addition, in most zeolites obtained for medical purposes, aluminum or silicon are dissolved out of their structure by a process called dealumination or desilication [31]. For example, one method of dissolving out the aluminum present in the zeolite structure is the use of very hot steam at a temperature of 300 to 700 °C, which indirectly confirms that the processes taking place in the body cannot break down the structure inherent in the zeolite and make the aluminum it contains potentially dangerous for the body in the long term. It is also interesting to note that the more aluminum they contain and the larger their pore volume, the worse zeolites are at absorbing water.

Drain graphene oxide with zeolite?

This makes zeolite one of the best candidates for starting a serious heavy metal detox. It is not proven by scientific studies that zeolite is Graphene oxides can effectively remove, but given its very effective properties in binding and excreting heavy metals of almost any kind, no logical reason can be seen why there should be much difference. Graphene oxide is ultimately no different than any other synthetically produced heavy metal. The main difference is only that one does not know exactly where graphene oxide is contained everywhere, because it has not yet been officially classified as a toxic heavy metal, but is sometimes sold as a wonder drug of the future, including in the medical field (especially in vaccines, gene therapy and targeted cancer treatment), although there are no sufficient studies proving its harmlessness. However, there are already studies that partly prove its possible toxicity [32] [33] So, here in addition applies only inform yourself, where everywhere graphene oxide is contained, you can inform yourself about how much and what kind of graphene oxide it is or which production process was used. This already reduces the probability of coming into contact with graphene oxide. In addition, all the preventive measures that can relieve our body of heavy metals once or twice a year are generally recommended, regardless of whether it has been proven that one suffers from heavy metal poisoning or not.

However, there is another material that is often used to bind heavy metals and help the organism to eliminate them; this material is called bentonite. What do we know about this bentonite and is it better, worse, or comparable to zeolite-clinoptilolite?

Bentonite or zeolite, which is better for detoxification?

Can't you pronounce the name montmorillonite? Then you can also call it bentonite, that also fits!

An important difference between zeolite and bentonite is that bentonite is a clay substance that has a creamy gray color, no odor, and causes a velvety sensation when ingested. Its tetrahedral-octahedral-tetrahedral molecular structure charges electrically and, when bentonite is mixed with water, it swells. Zeolite is derived from crystallized aluminum silicate minerals found in rock deposits, has a honeycomb structure of silicon and aluminum oxides, and is formed when lava is naturally mixed with fresh or salt water. Zeolites crystallize over millions of years, and also give off steam when heated. So zeolites have a direct volcanic origin, but bentonite does not necessarily. In addition, when stirred into water, bentonite forms a protective gel film that can be helpful for sensitive gastrointestinal mucous membranes prone to inflammation, because when drunk, this protective gel film gently covers the mucous membranes of the stomach and intestines. However, zeolite powder is easier and faster to stir into water. Whether zeolite or bentonite is better for detoxification is still unclear; the editors are not aware of any study to date that has compared the adsorption capacities of these two minerals with respect to living organisms and heavy metals. In this study, the adsorption capacity of bentonite was compared for the purification process of patchouli oil and it was found that in the case bentonite seems to be more effective [34]. To what extent this can be useful information to determine what might be better for the human organism remains speculative. For example, these studies say that bentonite has more direct detoxifying properties, including binding mycotoxins, which should make bentonite more effective against fungal poisoning [35] [36]. Also gastric ulcers seem to benefit more from bentonite than from zeolite [37], similar for gastrointestinal stromal tumors. [38].

All in all, it seems difficult to say with certainty which is generally better. Zeolite seems to be more flexible and potentially has a wider variety of uses than bentonite, on the other hand, bentonite seems to be gentler than zeolite, making it potentially better to take for people suffering from poor intestinal flora or stomach ulcers or the like. Also, for healing chronic wounds, as sometimes suffered in wars or manifestations (under very repressive governments), bentonite would probably be more suitable [39] [40]. On the other hand, zeolite seems to be somewhat more aggressive in eliminating heavy metals, which on the one hand might be better for really severe poisoning, but on the other hand it is more likely to eliminate medications taken incidentally than bentonite. Zeolite has also been shown to have positive effects on brain function that have not been seen with bentonite (as far as we know). So the question of whether bentonite or zeolite is better cannot be answered lightly, and must generally be weighted in correlation with all other factors. For general purposes, a cautious spirit of experimentation might be helpful to find out what your organism seems to utilize best.

Nano or Micro?

There are also nanopowders based on bentonite and zeolite, but as shown above, they might be more likely to have the ability to penetrate the cell barriers. Which on the one hand could allow more efficient detoxification against nanoparticles, but on the other hand the zeolite or bentonite nanoparticles would also be more likely to accumulate in the cells, so the body could experience additional problems due to their storage and ineffective elimination measures. None of this has been proven, but it could be, and right now there just aren't enough studies that show concretely and conclusively that nano-zeolite or bentonite has greater additional beneficial effects than their coarser variants, aside from speculative suggestions that nano-zeolite might address the cells inside more precisely, which could be good for cancer therapies. So until you are completely sure that you are suffering from intracellular intoxication with nano-heavy metals, it seems safer to continue taking regular bentonite and/or zeolite in microscopic form.

Many also consider the use of powders, which, for example, become 50% from zeolite and to 50% from bentonite pass. This is an interesting combination to start from, and is also what we advise if you want to go straight into testing and not use more time to check your heavy metal exposure using specialized tests.

So if for some reason you don't want to do tests with a specialized doctor, if you don't want to know exactly what you have, and if you don't want to waste time trying to figure out what your body responds better to, then starting with a pure, high-quality powder that contains both might be the way to go.

We have informed ourselves in detail and therefore recommend a combination of zeolite and bentonite in Medical device quality and a very fine Grinding degree, which is linked to the 0.4-7.2nmwhich is recommended according to Prof. em. Prof. Dr. Karl Hecht. We are at Zeolite-Bentonite-Versand.de found the best quality and have purchased there products that we can recommend without reservation: ZeoBentMED

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Zeolite and fasting

Another excellent measure to help the body detoxify is to Long-term fasting [41]. Of course, this is something to get used to, since most people don't manage to start with a 10-day fast like what was studied. But every small step in this direction is helpful.

Zeolite can be used during a fasting cure to assist the body in the elimination of the Heavy metals stored in the fat cells that dissolve during fasting., to support. Also the property to neutralize fungi helps against intestinal fungi such as. Candida.

Some habits are indeed difficult to give up, and as some other studies have also shown, too radical changes (depending on the person) can be toxic to emotional health and therefore soon to physical health as well. [42]. So you should indeed put yourself to the test a little bit, but at the same time not expose yourself to too extreme stress conditions for a longer period of time, because the oxidative stress generated by this would make what would otherwise be mostly just healthy unhealthy via indirect ways.

Summary - Zeolite & Bentonite

Zeolite and bentonite can trap harmful ions

Probably the most important property of zeolite and bentonite is that they can trap some ions while allowing others to pass unhindered, which makes it possible, for example, to efficiently remove and stably and permanently trap even many fission products (in the environment as well as in the body).

The expulsion of heavy metals is supported

Zeolites and bentonites both have the property of reducing the accumulation of heavy metals such as lead. However, from the results of various studies, zeolite seems to act somewhat more effectively and aggressively against heavy metals, while bentonite seems to act somewhat more gently and gradually in the body. Furthermore, it also exhibits a protective effect for the mucous membranes of the stomach, which can be a crucial difference in the case of a particularly sensitive stomach.

Many other toxins can be eliminated by zeolite and bentonite

Zeolites and bentonites remove in the body not only heavy metals but also many other toxins such as ammonia, nitrates and mycotoxins. Supports intestinal microbial flora, reduces the toxic effect of aflatoxins, increases the effect of antioxidants. Can increase the content of omega-3 fatty acid in various foods. It is highly recommended in a high protein diet because it has shown a very strong detoxifying power against ammonia in various studies.

Sufficient water supply must be observed

It is important to ensure a sufficient water intake and a sufficient time distance from food intake or other medications. Zeolites and bentonites can, if this is not observed, also absorb and excrete the food substances desired in the body. Therefore, it should be noted, for example, if you carry out intensive use of medications that are in nanopowder form, they will be prevented by zeolites and bentonites, which makes sense in the example of graphene oxide, but is not useful in other cases.

Glutathione, superoxide dismutase and β-amyloid levels improve

Zeolite has also been shown to be able to significantly reduce oxidative stress, be effective against hepatectomy, and increase superoxide dismutase and glutathione levels. It can also heal the damage that can be caused by fluorides. It increases superoxide dismutase activity, which in studies led to a decrease in β-amyloid levels, which seems to be very effective against Alzheimer's disease, which, by the way, is often co-caused by chronic heavy metal exposure. It has been proven in studies that zeolite clinoptilolite can have a calming effect on people and improve sleep. This particular healing clay also protects against the effects that environmental stress can have on our organism and seems to have properties that inhibit cancer.

There is no risk of aluminum poisoning from zeolite

Zeolites are microporous aluminosilicate minerals. Therefore, they inevitably contain aluminum in their structure, but it has been proven that it is impossible for our normal body processes to separate and dissolve this aluminum from its structure, and therefore, it cannot be stored in the body. In addition, most zeolite clinoptilolites sold use purification processes, such as dealumination or desilication, which makes this tiny hazard virtually impossible.

Zeolite is suitable for vaccine elimination


All this makes healing clays like zeolites, one of the first measures to take and ideal when starting detoxification therapy, especially if the poisoning has to do with heavy metals. Zeolite clinoptilolite has been proven in studies to be harmless to human health. And although there are no direct studies yet, from all this we can safely draw the conclusion that probably zeolite-clinoptilolite is definitely able to eliminate even unwanted residues of vaccines and graphene oxide. However, the exact effect depends on the individual intestinal cleansing regimen and cannot be generalized.

Zeolite is suitable for the brain, bentonite for gastric ulcers and irritable bowel syndrome

Bentonite is also a healing clay of volcanic origin, which is partly different from zeolite because of its external appearance and internal structure. The internal effect, therefore, when taken into our organism, also differs in part from that of zeolite. Bentonite has a more gentle effect on the organism, but the study situation of bentonite is significantly worse than that of the well researched zeolite. It is known, however, that bentonite works better in cases of fungal poisoning. Taking zeolite would not be recommended in cases of stomach ulcers, for example, while bentonite should be used more in this case, especially because of the protective film it creates in the intestine. However, there are no studies proving that bentonite has the same positive effect on the brain as zeolite.

Zeolite & bentonite nanopowders are not recommended in normal cases

There are already nanopowders of zeolite and bentonite on the market, but there are too few studies to be able to say exactly to what extent zeolite and bentotite in this form are harmless to human health. Therefore, we recommend the internal use of these nanopowders only if you are sure that the particles of heavy metals that have been deposited in the cells are really nanoparticles. Otherwise, we advise a very cautious use of these new powders and continue to recommend, at least for the most part, the use of micropowders. Of course, nanotechnologies in general have immense potential, but we still know far too little about their possible disadvantages (especially in the long term) to be able to generally recommend them without hesitation.

The best video on the net about zeolite

97-year-old reveals secret of his health | Prof. em. Prof. Dr. med. Karl Hecht

Prof. Dr. Hecht has been taking zeolite for 20 years. He is one of the best known researchers working on this topic and gives great information in this video. Much of it is already reflected in this article, some is not.
The 97-year-old also reports personal experiences and states that his hair growth has improved due to the zeolite name, even the hair has become darker again.
His success proves this man right and we applaud his dedication into old age to beneficial healing from nature for everyone.
Thank you for your life's work, Professor!

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