Those of us who promoted a certain liquid zeolite product for many years were told by Rik Deitsch that zeolite powders were only good for intestinal cleansing. The reason that was given was that they were "coarse granular powders" that were not micronized small enough to be systemic. The zeolite in Waiora's NCD was always claimed to be "less than 5 microns".
There are 2 problems with that statement. The first is that liquid zeolite is simply little bits of powder zeolite mixed in water. Adding to water does not make it smaller, so therefore if the powder is not small enough, neither will it be when it is added to liquid. Secondly, making a mineral smaller is not very hard. You want a smaller particle? Well grind it smaller.
Below is the micronization report for Zeohealth's Zeolite Pure powder (visit site)
As you can see in the left column under 'percentiles' 99% of the particles are under 4.90 microns and 90% of the particles are below 3 microns.
Yes there are some zeolite powders on the market that are micronized to a small enough size that they could be systemic, despite what you may have been told. That is good news when you consider that there are 88 scoops in a canister and 5000 mg of zeolite per scoop of powder, and only 2400 mg in an entire bottle of NCD.
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