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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 133 reviews
    Diane Hyman

    I am not sure if the product worked, because I was having a food poisoning, and I took about 6 of the pills and I didn't see a difference

    M Lewis
    LOVE this product

    I take charcoal daily and I love that I can trust the purity and quality of Wild products.

    west texas

    Good product that works great for my needs. Great service.

    This product is perfect for both

    I needed activated charcoal that I could either take as a capsule, or open up to make my own salves. This product is perfect for both.

    Upset stomach relief

    Love this product. I was skeptical. I have stomach problems pretty often but this product have really helped. I would recommend it.

    Activated Charcoal Is A Natural Product

    Activated charcoal is made from natural substances, such as coconut shells in the case of Wild Coal. This is a different type than the coal used for grilling.

    NEVER ingest grilling charcoal… it is full of toxins.

    What is Activated Charcoal?

    Activated charcoal is a natural method of trapping toxins in the human body through millions of tiny pores. These tiny pores have a negative electric charge that bond with the positive charge of many toxins and gases.

    Activated charcoal binds to these damaging substances and helps pass them through your body without further damage. This is why it is regularly used in hospitals around the world for drug overdoses and poisonings.

    Wild Activated Charcoal FAQ

    How is charcoal sourced?

    We use coconut shells for our Wild Coal, sourced from small farms that operate sustainably in Thailand.

    Is the bottle BPA-Free?


    How many capsules should I take?

    It depends on how much detoxing you feel you need. You can take 2-4 capsules at a time.

    We've found Wild Coal great to take when drinking alcohol, eating cheat meals, or otherwise feeling icky after a meal or drink.

    Is this product vegan-friendly?

    Yes. The capsules are a non-GMO vegetarian capsule.

    Where is it made?

    The Wild Coal is produced here in the US!

    Does this product have any additives?

    No. Just activated charcoal made from organic coconut shells.

    Could I use this activated charcoal as a toothpaste substitute?

    While the occasional use of Wild Charcoal can help whiten teeth and detox gums, it is not recommended for continual daily use due to its abrasive properties. We suggest sticking with a natural toothpaste and supplementing with Wild Coal on occasion.

    All About Activated Charcoal

    Activated charcoal is a black powder made from carbon of plant matter. It is highly absorbent and has many benefits for the body. One of its main benefits is gas relief. When activated charcoal is taken by mouth, it binds to and removes gas from the stomach and intestines. This helps to reduce bloating, gas, and abdominal pain. It also binds to toxins in the digestive system, so they can be eliminated faster.

    What are the benefits of using activated charcoal?

    The most important and popular reason to use activated charcoal is to treat intestinal issues such as indigestion, diarrhea, and constipation. It can also aid with issues such as bloating, gas, and stomach cramps.

    Activated coconut charcoal has been used recently in a lot of beauty products. Coconut charcoal has a lot of health benefits due to coconut charcoal's ability to absorb toxins and other pollutants from your body. Charcoal also helps bind with proteins that may be irritating, like casein and gluten. While many activated charcoal supplements on the market are made with unlabeled types of wood and may not be of the right grain size to optimally detoxify, Wild Coal is made completely from coconut shells and is milled down to an ultrafine powder to maximize surface area and absorption.

    Just like how activated charcoal works internally, when applied topically, such as in an activated charcoal mask or mixed with other ingredients such as aloe, it can bind with toxins, toxins, or filth, which can cause skin problems or bite reactions.

    How to use activated charcoal?

    If you are suffering from indigestion, gas or bloating, or diarrhea, you can try taking 1 or 2 tablespoons of activated charcoal in a glass of water. You can also make a paste out of activated charcoal and water and apply it to your abdominal area. If you are nauseous, you can place a few activated charcoal tablets under your tongue and leave them there for 10 – 15 minutes. You can also try mixing activated charcoal with toothpaste or whitening paste and brushing your teeth to whiten them. You can also mix activated charcoal in juices or smoothies or add it to your bath water for other health benefits such as detoxification, fighting allergies, or bad breath.

    How is it made?

    Food-grade activated charcoal is most commonly made by heating coconut shells at extreme temperatures until they are carbonized or fully burned. Activated coconut shell charcoal can be used for air cleaning, eliminating odors and many organic gases or solvents. Activated coconut shell carbon powder does more than just clean your hair; but is one of the best answers for problems like reddened scalp, dandruff, oiliness, and itchy scalp. Coconut Shell Activated Carbon is vapor-activated material. Therefore, it does not contain any chemical agents which may pollute or react with the medium in which it is used.

    Activated Charcoal in Hospitals

    Also known as activated carbon or coconut ash, activated charcoal has been a mainstay of hospitals for some time, with it being used to keep deadly poisons and overdoses of drugs from being absorbed into the body. Given its application as a gastrointestinal absorbent for overdoses and poisonings, it follows that some may suggest activated charcoal as a diarrhea treatment. It makes sense that activated charcoal could be used in various treatments since its potent ability to remove toxins has been proven over and over. Activated charcoal is a potent, natural treatment used to entrap toxins and chemicals within your body, allowing them to be purged out and preventing your body from reabsorbing them.

    Activated charcoal has been used as an emergency anti-poison treatment since the early 1800s. That’s because it removes toxins that bind to various drugs, reducing their effect on the body.

    Taking activated charcoal within 5 minutes of taking a pharmaceutical drug may significantly reduce your ability to absorb the dose.

    Taking activated charcoal within an hour of an overdose is most beneficial. Older studies suggest that taking it later in the first hour will not help, even if it was from a poison.

    Older research says that activated charcoal should be taken within the first hour following a drug overdose, but more recent research suggests that it can be effective even when taken afterward. One reason for this is that activated charcoal stops the absorption of a drug and helps eliminate absorbed drugs quicker.

    Taking activated charcoal up to 4 hours after ingestion of delayed-release drugs, those which slow digestion and large drug doses can eliminate the drugs in your system.

    Why is activated charcoal good for your health?

    Activated charcoal can have many different positive effects on your health, including improving or regulating digestion, reducing bloating, treating allergies, reducing bad breath, and removing toxins from your body. It may also help with allergies, headaches or migraines, colds, flu, bad breath, and whitening teeth.

    Activated Charcoal may help lower cholesterol levels: one study showed taking activated charcoal daily for 4 weeks lowered total and LDL cholesterol by 25% while raising HDL cholesterol by 8%.

    In one study, up to 16 grams of activated charcoal daily helped heart disease patients lower their cholesterol levels. A larger dose of 20 grams or more had the most benefit.

    This study explored how activated charcoal may bind to urea and other toxins, which allows your excretory system to eliminate them.

    A 2006 study found that activated charcoal can help reduce urea levels in people with chronic kidney disease.

    Are there downside to using activated charcoal?

    You must be careful when using activated charcoal, as too much can be harmful. You should not take activated charcoal if you have a bowel obstruction or are dehydrated, pregnant, or breastfeeding. If you take activated charcoal, you should drink plenty of water as it can dehydrate you.

    Other uses for Activated Charcoal - Face Mask and Shampoo

    Activated charcoal can also be used for other beauty treatments, such as a face mask or shampoo. You can make a face mask from activated charcoal and other ingredients such as yogurt, honey, or turmeric. You can also add activated charcoal to your shampoo to add volume or cleanse your hair. It can also be used to whiten teeth or as a deodorizer.

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