Sunday, October 24, 2010

Clinoptilolite Zeolite Could Be Your New Best Friend

"Detox" has become the buzz-word of the millennium, and many people detox without understanding why they're doing it, or what they're detoxing. Here's the deal in a nutshell: Toxicity occurs when the body is unable to eliminate toxins more quickly than the body accumulates them.

Clinoptilolite zeolite is a non-toxic, deeply detoxifying, alkalizing dietary supplement earth clay that can be taken internally and externally to help rid the body of toxins such as heavy metals, ammonia, and other harmful environmental chemicals. Benefits increase with continued usage. It naturally holds a negative charge and will bond with toxins for safe and effective removal. It can also be used externally for face and body masks, or added into bath water for a detoxifying bath.

Clinoptilolite zeolite originated millions of years ago when lava and volcanic ash fell into the sea and boiled there (zeo = to boil, lite = stone). Silicon (SI02) is the second most common element on our planet next to oxygen. Everyone knows we can't live without oxygen, but many people don't realize they also cannot live without silicon.

Clinoptilolite zeolite (only this form of zeolite is suitable for medicinal purposes) a SiO2 donor, it permits ion exchange, such as effecting the release of heavy metal content from the body and making essential ions (minerals) accessible. Furthermore, clinoptilolite zeolite can disarm free-radicals, bind and egest toxic substances and effect de-acidification. Clinoptilolite zeolite can also have a positive effect on the body’s metabolic processes, such as promoting more efficient transport of nutrients to cells.

Clinoptilolite zeolite does not have a biochemical effect on the body but a biophysical one and with this capacity is able to optimally manage a self-regulatory function, thus normalizing the body’s metabolic processes, which may have been disturbed by environmental pollution.

Clinoptilolite zeolite has no undesirable side-effects, cannot be overdosed, has been scientifically proven to have a biophysical effect, and is egested in the stool.

Clinoptilolite zeolite has proven to
• delay aging
• prevent susceptibility to infection
• ensure well-regulated mineral-electrolyte and bioelectrical functions
• improve physical and mental functions

For competitive athletes, clinoptilolite zeolite ensures the regulation of the mineral-balance (which can be disturbed during heavy perspiration), and the breakdown of free radicals, which are produced by athletes in high concentrations and are often the cause of injuries. Clinoptilolite zeolite leads to increased regeneration of all body processes after extreme physical strain and protects the athlete from damages to his/her health.

Clinoptilolite zeolite has proven to be an excellent basic therapeutic substance, in particular for chronic illnesses, such as Diabetes mellitus and cancer. Radionuclides were removed from the human body with this natural stone powder after the nuclear reactor accident in Tschernobyl, Ukraine.

Clinoptilolite zeolite is not a medication and is also not a cure-all. It must be taken with understanding and discipline in individually determined dosages according to a required prophylactic or therapeutic scheme, whereby a large quantity of water (1/2 glass every hour) must be drunk during the day in order to be able to purge the body of toxins.

Australian research and scientific studies show that clinoptilolite is effective for many uses. Here are nine of 29 documented research studies:
• anti-diarrhetic
• antiviral properties suggest there is a therapeutical case for clinoptilolite against the herpes virus.
• anticancer and antioxidative effects of micronized zeolite clinoptilolite showed a reduction in cancer count.
• natural zeolite clinoptilolite is a new adjuvant in anticancer therapy.
• the effect of natural clinoptilolite on the serotonergic receptors in the brain of mice showed that there was a beneficial effect on those mice with mammary carcinoma.
• dietary supplementation with an activated zeolite clinoptilolite in immunodeficiency: effects on the immune system which showed no adverse reactions to the treatment.
• Clinoptilolite effects the cellular micro-environment of cell media and consequently, has an effect on tumour cells in vitro.
• Mice and dogs suffering from cancer tumours had improved health and longer life span after clinoptilolite powder was used to treat their tumors, with no negative effects.
Investigation of cytotoxicity of six mineral dusts from 12 deposits. Results showed that clinoptilolite and one other, being rounded in shape, had no AM cytotoxicity.

Effective treatment of chronic illness resulting from the long-term buildup of heavy metals in the body, such as chelation therapy, presents numerous clinical challenges, including undesirable side effects and unpredictable efficacy. Use of a naturally occurring zeolite, clinoptilolite, to remove these toxic substances may offer an efficacious and safe alternative to the traditional approaches.

A UCLA study demonstrates that the daily use of an activated clinoptilolite suspension represents a potentially safe and effective way to remove toxic heavy metals from the body through increased urinary excretion without removing clinically detrimental amounts of vital electrolytes.

Clinoptilolite zeolite is already widely used in animal husbandry as well. In order to ensure toxin-free agricultural products (meat, milk, eggs), to maintain the performance of race-horses and for the healthy breeding of all productive livestock.

Strict regulations must be adhered to in the use of clinoptilolite zeolite for people and animals and a datasheet issued with each batch produced. Not every type of clinoptilolite zeolite found in nature is suitable for human or animal consumption.

More information on this natural mineral can be found in the following books.
Hecht, K.; E. Hecht-Savoley: Naturmineralien, Regulation, Gesundheit. Schibri Verlag, Berlin, Milow. 1. Edition 2005; 2nd print 2007
Hecht, K.; E. Hecht-Salvoes: Klinoptilolith-Zeolith - Siliziummineralien und Gesundheit. Spurbuchverlag, Baunach, 2008-03-25


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