Active vegetable charcoal
New panacea for the gut? Black-food hyper trend? But in fact, what is active vegetable charcoal?
Most of the time this coal is derived from the "carbonization" (double processing of heat treatment at high temperature) of ash, poplar or coconut antlers.
I see you coming with your "berk it must not be good that" or other "ah yes my mother made me eat it when I was little ... I don't like it!" The charcoal has evolved, on the other hand, its properties known since the dawn of time, have not changed:
- lowers cholesterol,
- reduces flatulence,
- harmonizes digestion,
- treats poisoning,
- absorbs impurities, germs, toxins, heavy metals, pesticides, hydrocarbons and synthetic hormones. (Drugs too! Please space the intake for at least one hour between medicine and charcoal).
Our current lifestyle causes many intestinal imbalances related to meals that are too large or swallowed at full speed, stress or fatigue, not to mention pesticides or other residues found in our diet. That's why it's good to "detoxify" from time to time with "charcoal".
BLACK IS BACK! Of course, you couldn't miss the many black food clichés that have invaded social networks such as Instagram. Everything touched by activated charcoal is adorned with a beautiful intense black color. Waffles, ice cream, pancakes, hamburgers and now ... Your tea!
At Charm in a Tea, I strive to combine well-being with quality teas, so here is my first "Charcoal Tea", Hadès, an "Earl Black".
Enjoy an excellent Earl Grey (black bergamot tea) with all the properties of active vegetable charcoal.
This tea is previewed in your Box Samhain October.