Nano Zeolite- Is It a Better Zeolite Product?
People will often try to compare zeolite products. It is difficult though, when all you have to go by is what is written on the internet. many companies hire P.R. staff, or have them on hand, to embellish the descriptions of their products, so of course every product sounds like "the best" product.
I have received many emails about the ACZ Nano product, and thought I would take a moment to look at the claims.
First up, ACZ Nano zeolite product claims to be an improved extra strength formula. Still the maximum amount of zeolite per dose is 1 mg per spray, equalling 5 mg per dose. This is a tiny amount of zeolite. When you compare that to Zetox liquid zeolite suspension, which has 100 mg per dose, the winner from a dosage perspective is clear.
Does ACZ Nano Remove Fluorine and Chlorine?
ACZ Nano claims:
Now Removes Fluorine and Chlorine
ACZ nano® Extra Strength is the only detoxification product formulated to remove fluorine and chlorine, two of the strongest oxidizing agents known and found in most drinking water.
Is this possible?
The ionic charge of Fluorine and chlorine is -1 (negative one). Zeolite has a charge of -2 (negative 2). It is scientifically impossible for any clinoptilolite to attract and remove fluorine and chlorine. These molecules, following the laws of physics, will repel one another in the same way that a magnet held up to another magnet will push away. It is not possible for two molecules with a negative charge to attract.
Now here is the problem I have with this assertation. When a company lies about a property of their product, ALL of their claims are suspect.
Is ACZ Nano a Better Zeolite Product?
On the RNA Results website, there are numerous tests posted showing excretion of heavy metals. It would certainly appear that This product works at least as well as any other zeolite product. There is a little problem with the tests however. The tests are all done using 3X or 4X the recommended dosage on the bottle (15-20 sprays used versus 5 sprays recommended). Also, and more concerning is that they also use a second product during the tests. It would appear from their testing that, by itself, the ACZ Nano product is inferior as a chelation agent. Otherwise they wouldn't need to use 2 products in their testing.
There are many other claims on the website for ACZ Nano. With these outstanding issues, it is difficult to lend credibility to any of it. I recommend that we avoid this product. Where there is one issue, there are bound to be more. I don't feel it is worth gambling with my health.
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