Zeolite is used in biochemistry, agroindustry, detergents, soil improvements, the nuclear industry, energy storage, textiles and some water filtration plants to remove pollutants.
Biomedical applications of zeolites include their use as detoxicants and decontaminants, as vaccine adjuvants, and as antibacterial agents. They are also used for delayed release drug delivery, as antitumor adjuvants, as antidiarrheal agents, in hemodialysis, to improve bone formation, and in the treatment of Diabetes mellitus. There are plenty of peer reviewed scientific studies showing the significant benefits of zeolites including the strong research currently underway in anti-cancer studies with promising results. Unfortunately, there are some health supplement companies that do not use sound science, material sourcing and process protocol to ensure a quality product. It is advised that the consumer do their homework and practice discernment when considering use of zeolite for alternative medicine. The most promising form of zeolite for alternative medicine is micronized zeolite clinoptilolite in liquid form.
There is currently a consorted effort by the Pharmaceutical companies to suppress such research and information through the FDA. Healthy people mean less profit for the Pharm Industry. For more information see Codex Alimentaris.
Citations & References:
Medical Applications of Zeolites, Handbook of Zeolite Science & Tech. (2003) ISBN: 0-8247-4020-3
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2004) 280: 309-314
Nutrition & Dietary Supplements (2009) 1: 11-18
Advanced Therapy (2004) 21: 135-47
Journal of Cancer Research & Clinical Oncology (2002) 128: 37-44
Anticancer Research (2003) 23: 1589-95
There is much debate between which is better. In almost every case, a zeolite powder or zeolite capsule will contain more zeolite than any liquid but that isn't the only important factor. It is believed that liquid zeolite's are more rapidly absorbed by the body and also contain carriers such as fulvic/humic acids, trace minerals, among others. These carriers help bring the zeolites in deeper. Generally zeolite powder products don't have carriers, some that do are Super Z Lite Capsules and ZeoPowder. It's probably best to take both zeolite powder and liquid zeolite to ensure maximum zeolite dosage and absorption (from the carriers in the liquid zeolite).
Zeolite can remove radiation from any kind of food, as long as it gets inside the food. The Russians used Zeolite inside of their cookies to remove radiation and any other chemicals that might have made it into the food. It would probably take longer for the Zeolite to gather the radiation from ready made food, but what I've read, Zeolite can attract radiation, so it wouldn't matter if it was being used inside ready food or when you are making it. As long as you give the Zeolite time to attract the radiation (about 10 or 15 minutes) then you should be radiation free!
silica is used to manufacture zeolite
The best way will be to use ion exchange resins like zeolite.
there is no difference between zeolite process and permutit process. permutit means sodium aluminum zeolite (Na2Al2Si2O8 )
Zeolite is lighter than sand and smaller than sand. It can get past the laterals and backwash out easier. When backwashing some of it will be in the valve. Rinsing will remove some of it but some will go to the pool.
By letting it grow out and not ingesting anymore toxins.
the role of the liver is that it clears toxins from the body Is produces bile.