ZeoBentMED detox powder ultra-fine 210g for 70 days

41.90

ZeoBentMED Detox Powder ultra-fine, multi-talent and power detoxifier, is a mixture of 50 % ultra-fine clinoptilolite zeolite with an average grain size of approx. 7 micrometers and 50 % montmorillonite bentonite with approx. 16 micrometers without any other additives or admixtures. Zeolite and bentonite complement each other in their effect.

ZeoBentMED detox powder ultra-fine 210g for 70 days Description

ZeoBentMED Detox powder ultra-fine, multi-talent and power detoxifier, is a mixture of 50 % ultra-fine clinoptilolite zeolite with an average grain size of approx. 7 micrometers and 50 % montmorillonite bentonite with approx. 16 micrometers without any other additives or admixtures. Zeolite and bentonite complement each other in their effect.
The zeolite in ZeoBentMED Detox powder ultrafine is micronized even finer than in ZeoBentMED powder.

As a result, it has an even larger inner surface area and can therefore bind even more pollutants, such as aluminum, lead, mercury, cadmium, ammonium and histamine. At half a teaspoon per application, it is dosed lower than the coarser ZeoBentMED Detox powder with a slightly heaped teaspoon per application, which is already taken into account in the respective pack sizes.

The ultra-fine ZeoBentMED is completely crumb-free and so fine that it feels as if it is dissolving. Despite its fineness, it does not contain any nanoparticles. In contrast to the practical capsules, it works from the oral cavity when mixed with water.

ZeoBentMED detox powder ultra-fine in the test – My experience

I have been working with Zeolith-Bentonit-Versand for many years, having previously invested countless hours in researching zeolite and heavy metal detoxification. And before that I also bought from two other companies, only to come across this manufacturer after countless hours of research.

The removal of heavy metals is a very complex field, as is the development of knowledge about zeolite and bentonite in particular. If you do your own research, you will come across hundreds of different manufacturers and many contradictory statements.

The main differences lie in the particle size, purity and price-performance ratio. Zeolite and bentonite are available in coarse, fine and ultra-fine. Coarse zeolite is for external use only! Internal use poses a major health risk.

Manufacturers who do not explicitly point this out are accepting damage to public health. The fine zeolite or bentonite is recommended for internal use and is also offered by the majority of manufacturers.

These products do not pose an acute health risk, but the therapist or manufacturer should consciously point out that the detoxification effect is lower, fewer heavy metals are absorbed and a lot of water should be drunk. If you drink very little, you also run the risk of kidney stones.

I personally only work with ultra-fine zeolite and bentonite. Due to the larger surface area for the same weight, it absorbs significantly more heavy metals and, above all, I can completely rule out undesirable side effects. This has the highest priority in therapy! I have probably already taken 8-10 packs of the product myself.

Most of the time it was prophylactic, but on two occasions it was due to acute heavy metal exposure. Even now, when I am writing this article, I am taking the product, as the exhaust fumes in Georgian traffic and the constant passive smoking of cigarettes are a burden to me.

Every time I take the product, I feel better after just a few days and I always ask myself whether I still have far too many heavy metals in my body or whether the deacidification effect of this product is simply extremely high. Considering that the product has an excellent price-performance ratio over 70 days, I would recommend it in full.