Startling New Facts About the World's most Powerful Clinical Adsorbent
- by Calvin Thrash M.D. & Agatha Thrash M.D.
Drs. Calvin & Agatha Thrash detail how charcoal works, charcoal's
medicinal properties, dosages, methods of use and selection. They cite a
variety of emergency applications from common health problems to various
types of emergency poisoning! Learn about the great health benefits and
poison absorbing powers of Activated Charcoal. Chapters include
Veterinary use of charcoal, deodorizing with charcoal, numerous
application protocols, research, studies and more.
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Charcoal: A Universal Antidote, Remedy and Health Aid - by Charles
A simple 15 -page booklet designed to answer a huge variety of questions
about charcoal in a simple and honest manner. This quick reference guide
is packed with critical information to use in many emergency situations.
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Poison control centers often recommend activated charcoal to treat
accidental poisonings, making it a useful supplement to keep in the
home. Activated charcoal is made from organic materials such as wood
pulp and then treated to further enhance its absorptive powers. Once
ingested, it binds with certain chemicals in the digestive tract,
preventing them from being absorbed into your system and causing harm.
Activated Charcoal is rated in Category I (Safe and Effective) by the
FDA for acute toxic poisoning. It is recognized as a universal antidote
-- Science News 119:3, 1981. It is listed in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia, and
the Poison Control Center recommends Activated Charcoal for use in
poisoning. Activated Charcoal works by ADSORPTION, which is an
Electrical Action, rather than Absorption, which is a Mechanical Action.
Activated Charcoal ADSORBS MOST Organic and Inorganic Chemicals that do
NOT belong in the Body, but it does NOT ADSORB nutrients as some people
are afraid of, at least no studies have proven such to be the case. It
will adsorb any and all medications however, and, other than in the case
of an overdose, Activated Charcoal needs to be taken 2 hours before or
after any medications.
2.5 oz Powdered Canister
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18 oz Powdered Canister
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Past presentations with Agatha M. Thrash on "The Power Hour with
Joyce & Dave" are archived at
February 6, 2004
November 4, 2003
USP food grade charcoal for internal use (all-vegetable capsules).Very
handy to carry with you, especially when traveling. Also, more
acceptable to people who refuse to take the charcoal powder. Good for
upset stomach, colic, nausea, vomiting, acid indigestion, gas, and more.
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USP food grade charcoal for internal use - indigestion, gas, nausea.
Handy for travelers. More acceptable to people who refuse to take the
charcoal powder. Good for upset stomach, colic, nausea, vomiting, acid
indigestion, gas, and more.
List Price: $15.25 + S&H