U-CO Carbon Coco Benefits
Discover how U-CO can improve your overall well being
1. Whitens Teeth and Promotes Healthy Gums
Simply wet the bristles of your tooth brush and lightly dab the Activated Charcoal. Remember you only need to use a little bit. Then start brushing your teeth for a few minutes. Once your done, rinse your mouth very well and the tooth brush. do this 3-4 time per week and you will see the difference.
2. Help alleviate Gas & Bloating, Mould & Digestive track cleansing, Anti-Aging and Reduces High Cholesterol.
Take half a flat teaspoon on Activated Charcoal and mix it with half a cup of water. You black water will still taste like water, Activated Charcoal has no flavour making it easy to drink. Due to its high degree of microporosity, just one gram of activated carbon has a surface area in excess of 3,000 m2 (32,000 sq ft).
The Charcoal will then adsorb toxin and nasty’s in your stomach and your digestive track immediately until it is expelled from your body.
Activated charcoal uses include helping prevent cellular damage to kidneys and liver, as well as supporting healthy adrenal glands. It’s imperative to cleanse toxins and chemicals routinely from the body. Activated charcoal benefits major organs by helping the body flush out the toxins and chemicals that cause the damage.
Studies around the world show that activated charcoal reduces bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol as much as some prescription medications. In one study, total cholesterol decreased by 25 percent, LDL cholesterol decreased by 41 percent, while HDL increased by 8 percent — in just four weeks.
3. Treats Alcohol Poisoning & Helps Prevent Hangovers plus Emergency Toxin Removal.
While activated charcoal does not adsorb alcohol, it does help quickly remove other toxins from the body that contribute to poisoning. Alcohol is rarely consumed in its pure form; mixers that include artificial sweeteners and chemicals are common. Activated charcoal removes these toxins.
As mentioned above, one of the most common activated charcoal uses is to remove toxin and chemicals in the event of ingestion. Most organic compounds, pesticides, mercury, fertilizer and bleach bind to activated charcoal’s surface, allowing for quicker elimination, while preventing the absorption in the body.
4. Water Filtration
Activated charcoal traps impurities in water including solvents, pesticides, industrial waste and other chemicals. This is why it’s used in water filtration systems throughout the world. However, it doesn’t trap viruses, bacteria and hard-water minerals. So getting your hand on a hard peice of Activated Charcoal and putting it a bottle of water for instance, will help remove these toxins.
5. Skin and Body Health
Activated charcoal uses extend beyond internal applications. For external treatments, it’s effective at treating body odor and acne and relieving discomfort from insect bites, rashes from poison ivy or poison oak, and snake bites.
After a mosquito bite or bee sting, mix one capsule of activated charcoal with ½ tablespoon of coconut oil, and dab on affected area. Reapply every 30 minutes until itching and discomfort are gone. As activated charcoal stains nearly everything it touches, wrap with a bandage.