Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

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RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by ldsrhb on Sat Dec 10, 2016 06:45 AM

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On Mar 21, 2011 10:21 PM sedgewick wrote:

A WORD OF CAUTION FOR ANYONE THINKING OF BUYING ZEOLITE:

Firstly, I don't have cancer, but I have been wanting to try zeolite for just general detoxification.  However, since I NEVER ingest anything unless I research the hell out of it, I am left MORE confused than with answered questions.  From all I've researched & from all I've read, I really can't get a clear answer as to whether or not Zeolite is safe to ingest or even effective.  When you google anything these days,  the first few pages are inundated with marketers, POSING as legitimate users.  I am never sure anymore if what I am reading is legitimate or not.  With that being said, I recently contacted a company that sells the powdered version and they refused to answer ANY of my direct questions, but instead, they accused me of being a "spy" for another company (Seriously??).  This website (which I will not name), refuses to provide ANY info on their products, so you have NO idea what it's made of or where it's from, etc.  I don't know about the rest of you, but I am VERY suspicious when a company or seller refuses to tell you anything about their product.  It makes me think immediately, "What's WRONG with it?", and "What are they hiding?".  So if anybody decides to try this stuff, be VERY thorough and careful who you buy from and what exactly you're buying.  It should be LAB tested to make sure it's free of contaminants (lead, mercury, etc.).  NO EXCUSES.

Madly respect your not wanting to reveal who they are, but will you because it can benefit us? I bought a good amount a few months ago and really HOPE it was not from the company you are mentioning. Thanks!!

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by ram17 on Mon Dec 19, 2016 11:41 PM

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So I'm left confused here as to whether Zeolite is good or not - I currently buy from GHA for my mom's metastatic cancer. 

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by johngaydon on Mon Dec 19, 2016 11:49 PM

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I just noticed your message. Yes, I sell Zeolite and have done for over 10 years. Why? Because it does remove toxins from the body. There is no doubt that our Liquid Zeolite removes toxins. We have a peer reviewed study verifying that. Whether it helps with cancer depends on your point of view. My observation is that cancer has increased with the prevalance of toxins in our world, and I have noticed redicing toxicity definitely leades to a healthier life. Liquid zeolite (Natural Cellular Defense) is not the whole answer, but I have seen it help many people. As for the powder people, I have been subjected to their tactics and have no idea why theya re so defensive.

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by Dhunt on Tue Jun 06, 2017 01:57 AM

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I also take zeolite but I take a powder... I read that the liquid can contain bacteria if not manufactured properly, I take Zeo Health Zeolite pure.. please stick to a powdered form and follow the

instructions I have no affiliation with this product just really like it and have been on and off it for 4 years http://www.zeohealth.com/

RE: Zeolite and the National Institute of Health report.

by ante_markovic on Wed Aug 09, 2017 09:05 AM

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The study from Croatia that you quote has never been reproduced by another reseacher in the last 16 years. Moreover, the autors of that study did not continue with this study, even though the study has high number of citations, and the authors have continued to work on different asspects of zolites. Finnaly, the lead author of the study dr. Pavelic has been found guilty by Croatian jurisdiction for misuse of public funds in scientific institutions in Croatia. Profesor Pavelic never discussed his results in the public lecture in a peer-review enviroment, neither has he subjected any of his recent results to a peer review forum.

RE: Zeolite, why u shouldn't use it..

by vwhead77 on Thu Mar 08, 2018 01:44 PM

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On Apr 26, 2016 9:42 PM sedgewick wrote:

I agree with what you said about the GRAS list, that's true ;-)

However, I didn't ask that particular company what Zeolite cured, I only asked basic info such as,"was it lab tested, is it free of contaminants, where was it mined?"  That was all.  There was no FDA law to prevent them from providing those basic questions, but they were incredibly secretive and just plain nasty about it.  It was truly unbelievable.

Glad I kep this link though, since now I have learned about 'liquid zeolite' and it's many,many benefits.  :-)

"Liquid zeolite supplements are merely just a very small amount of zeolite powder in water (or any other type of liquid) because zeolite cannot be liquefied. Years ago, a process was developed to liquefy zeolite by a pharmaceutical company looking to create an intravenous cancer treatment. Unfortunately, the chemists discovered that when zeolite was liquefied, it was no longer zeolite since the essential porous structure of the mineral was destroyed. Without this cage-like structure, zeolite CANNOT detox. Besides the fact that zeolite doesn’t detox after being liquefied, liquid zeolite supplement companies do not actually liquefy their zeolite because it requires an expensive patent licensing from the pharmaceutical company to use their liquefaction process. Further, it is a highly complex process to carry out using very specific lab equipment. It is for these reasons that zeolite supplement companies are not actually liquefying the zeolite, but simply mixing minuscule amounts of zeolite powder into a liquid. The amount of zeolite in these products is typically so low, that it is virtually ineffective for detoxing"

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