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Zeolites are microporous minerals - volcanic particles. The term zeolite was originally coined in 1756 by Swedish mineralogist Axel Fredrik Cronstedt.

Zeolites are minerals formed when molten lava contacts water from lakes or ocean. 

A specific member of the zeolite family of minerals, called clinoptilolite, has a unique honeycomb like structure which has the ability to trap and bind toxins, heavy metals, viral particles, and other impurities so that these substances can be removed from the body. 

In a liquid form carried by the blood stream zeolites are believed to pass to all parts of the body.

Zeolites are negatively-charged which facilitates the migration of positively charged toxic minerals into the 'zeolite cages' and onto the surfaces of zeolite where these substances can be transported for elimination in stools and urine. 

Zeolites clear heavier weight before proceeding to lighter minerals. 

Zeolites trap mercury, uranium, arsenic, and cadmium before lighter minerals are captured (magnesium, calcium, lead).  Zeolites can be considered molecular sieves and filtering agents who are able to trap positively charged atoms, ions, and compounds for removal from the body.

Zeolite has a great affinity for heavier metals such as mercury, uranium, arsenic, cadmium, aluminum and a lesser affinity for metals of lower weight (lead, calcium, magnesium). 

Start at 1.50 : 27 mins. Detox covers Zeolites.


Chlorella is a fresh water, single-celled algae that grows in fresh water. Chlorella emerged over 2 billion years ago, and was the first form of a plant with a well-defined nucleus. Because Chlorella is a microscopic organism. Its name is from the Greek, "chloros" meaning green and "ella" meaning small. Chlorella contains the highest amount of chlorophyll of any known plant - and that is great for detoxing the deep cellular levels of the body, and building the blood.



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