Zeolite is a mineral that is naturally formed from volcanic origin, produced millions of years ago when violent volcanoes erupted and expelled massive volumes of volcanic ash from alkaline earth.
Some of the ash settled, forming thick ash beds, while the majority of the ash went into the seas and lakes.
If the lake’s chemistry is within a certain range, a chemical reaction between volcanic dust (ash) and water will result in the development of natural zeolite, soft rocks with an organized interior structure.
Clinoptilolite Zeolite has a cage-like structure that, due to the nanoparticle size, attracts positively charged toxins and traps molecules within it. It has the ability to attach to toxins including pesticides, herbicides, plastic residues, moulds, yeasts etc and heavy metals such as aluminium, mercury, lead, fluoride etc at a cellular level and naturally, and safely carry them out through the body’s natural eliminations pathways.