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Blue-Pure Digestion Helper 30 Capsule Bottle


Blue-Pure All Natural Herbal Digestion Protection

Blue Planet Pharma Logo Blue-Pure, medical grade activated charcoal/carbon (made from coconuts) helps to reduce and calm stomach upsets. Activated charcoal's negatively charged, porous texture helps to trap foreign bacteria and virus in your stomach and digestion tract preventing your body from absording them. Reduces gas and bloating. Helps to fight diarrhea. Your gut health is critical for overall health. Activated charcoal is used to remove undigested chemicals, poisons and drugs, and likely helps to remove toxins from the liver. Often used in emergency rooms to treat drug overdoses since the 1800s. Toxins in the stomach bind to the activated charcoal. The body is unable to process charcoal so it is all expelled as waste, along with the toxins. Recommended for use rapidly after possible mucus membrane (mouth, nose, eyes) exposure and to help with diarrhea caused by COVID-19 or other stomach or intestinal issues. All vegan 280 mg. capsules. 30 Capsule Bottle.

Our packaging and promotion is not fancy; it is designed to save you money and we put the value into our products. Each 280 mg. capsule contains 280 mg. of product. 30 Capsules per Bottle. Only $12.95 per bottle.

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Directions: As a dietary supplement, take 1 or 3 capsules before bedtime daily with meals or water. Start with one capsule and see how it works for you. Produced in Key West, FL, USA.

Blue-Cat 30 Capsules CAPTION: Photograph of the 30 vegan capsules contained in the Blue-Pure bottle.

Warning: Adult use only. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your physician prior to using this product if taking medication, or have a medical condition. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery. Do not consume at the same time as any medicines or other dietary supplement, as this may interfere with their effectiveness. This product is not intended to treat or cure any medical condition and is intended for use by healthy adults. May cause infrequent adverse reactions including nausea and vomiting. Constipation and black stools are the two most commonly reported side effects. If the side effects are unpleasant, cease use of this product.

Not sold for the treatment of poisoning. Contact your poison control center, local hospital or doctor and ask if you should use activated charcoal as an emergency treatment prior to arrival of emergency medical personnel. When activated charcoal is used as an emergency antidote for poison, there’s a risk that it can travel into the lungs, rather than the stomach. This is especially true if the person receiving it vomits or is drowsy or semi-conscious. Because of this risk, activated charcoal should only be given to individuals who are fully conscious (1Trusted Source, 27Trusted Source).

Product contains no fillers or additives. The bottle has an inner seal and a shrink wrap band around the cap when shipped. Do not use if seal is broken or missing.

Only $12.95 per 30 Count Capsule Bottle
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Additional Information About the Ingredients

(From Healthline.com)

Activated Charcoal as an Emergency Poison Treatment

For instance, studies show that when a single dose of 50–100 grams of activated charcoal is taken within five minutes of drug ingestion, it may reduce drug absorption in adults by up to 74% (1Trusted Source).

This effect decreases to around 50% when the charcoal is taken 30 minutes after drug ingestion and 20% if it’s taken three hours after the drug overdose (7Trusted Source).

The initial dose of 50–100 grams is sometimes followed by two to six doses of 30–50 grams every two to six hours. However, this multiple dosage protocol is used less often and may only be effective in a limited number of poisoning cases (8Trusted Source, 9Trusted Source).

It’s important to note that activated charcoal is not effective in all cases of poisoning. For instance, it appears to have little effect on alcohol, heavy metal, iron, lithium, potassium, acid or alkali poisonings (1Trusted Source, 2Trusted Source).

What’s more, experts warn that activated charcoal shouldn’t be routinely administered in all cases of poisoning. Rather, its use should be considered on a case-by-case basis (7Trusted Source).

May Promote Kidney Function

Activated charcoal may help promote kidney function by reducing the number of waste products that the kidneys have to filter. This could be particularly beneficial in patients suffering from chronic kidney disease, a condition in which the kidneys can no longer properly filter waste products.

Healthy kidneys are normally very well equipped to filter your blood without any additional help. However, patients suffering from chronic kidney disease generally have a harder time removing urea and other toxins from the body.

Activated charcoal may have the ability to bind to urea and other toxins, helping your body eliminate them (10Trusted Source).

Urea and other waste products can pass from the bloodstream into the gut through a process known as diffusion. In the gut, they become bound to activated charcoal and excreted in the feces (11Trusted Source).

In humans, activated charcoal has been shown to help improve kidney function in those suffering from chronic kidney disease (4, 12Trusted Source).

In one study, activated charcoal supplements may have helped lower blood levels of urea and other waste products in patients with end-stage kidney disease (11Trusted Source).

That said, the current evidence is weak, and more high-quality studies are needed before strong conclusions can be made.

Reduces Symptoms of Fish Odor Syndrome

Activated charcoal may help reduce unpleasant odors in individuals suffering from trimethylaminuria (TMAU), also known as fish odor syndrome.

TMAU is a genetic condition in which trimethylamine (TMA), a compound with an odor similar to that of rotting fish, accumulates in the body.

Healthy individuals are usually able to convert fishy-smelling TMA into a non-smelly compound before excreting it in urine. However, people with TMAU lack the enzyme needed to perform this conversion.

This causes TMA to accumulate in the body and make its way into urine, sweat and breath, giving rise to a foul, fishy odor (13Trusted Source).

Studies show that activated charcoal’s porous surface may help bind small odorous compounds like TMA, increasing their excretion.

One small study in TMAU patients analyzed the effects of supplementing with 1.5 grams of charcoal for 10 days. It reduced TMA concentrations in the patients’ urine to levels found in healthy individuals (14Trusted Source).

These results seem promising, but more studies are needed.

May Reduce Cholesterol Levels

Activated charcoal may also help reduce cholesterol levels.

That’s because it can bind cholesterol and cholesterol-containing bile acids in the gut, preventing the body from absorbing them (15Trusted Source, 16Trusted Source).

Other Uses

Gas reduction, water filtration, tooth whitening, hangover prevention, using with alcohol may reduce blood alcohol levels and skin treatment.

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