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How Much Zeolite Should I take?

This is a question most people want to know when buying a zeolite supplement. Of course it is
different for each brand and there are so many brands on the market today. Here are some general
guidelines you can follow for the 2 most popular types of zeolite, namely zeolite powder and liquid
zeolite. If you have questions about other brands, follow the label, but don't get too stressed. It is
impossible to overdose on liquid forms of this supplement, given that there are very small amounts in
the bottles.

What do the Scientific Studies on Zeolite Say?
First, according to the scientific studies, the recommended dosage for general maintenance and
prevention is 2.5 to 5 grams. In practical terms, 1/2 to 1 tablespoon (approx.) of powdered micronized
clinoptilolite will deliver the amount recommended in the scientific literature.There have been a
number of studies and anecdotal evidence that using this mineral orally could be beneficial in removing
heavy metals and toxins, as well as studies in which patients used the powder form as an adjunct to
conventional cancer treatments. The big question is, how do the supplements on the market today
measure up to the studies?
Zeolite Brands
The popular powdered is cleaned micronized zeolite powder with 5000 mg in one measured teaspoon.
That makes it easy doesn't it? 1 teaspoon a day matches up with what we have learned. For acute health
issues, the recommend 1 teaspoon 3 X a day mixed in water or juice should do it.
This company also serves zeolite in capsules. Their encapsulated clinoptilolite products have either 800
or 900 mg per capsule, so in order to get your 2.5-5 grams a day you would take 3-6 capsules.

What about Liquid Zeolite?
Liquid zeolite is a little bit different. There haven't been any real clinical studies on liquid types,
however, popular brands like Waiora claim their product is simply micronized powdered zeolite which
is suspended in water. The label states that there are 24 mg per dose, which means there are 2400 mg

 copyright(c)2011 Shelley Penney
Trustworthy zeolite info at www.theliquidzeolitebook.com
 Zeolite Dosages

per bottle. (this is 1/2 the amount, in an entire bottle, of the recommended dosage in the scientific
studies. This is why I mentioned it is impossible to take too much of the liquid products.)
The company claims 24 mg 3 times a day is enough, so that would mean the dosage for that liquid
product is 3 drops 3 times a day. Some of their distributors claim one needs to take 10 drops 3 times a
day for detox, and 15 drops 4 times a day for an acute health issue.
Despite the fact that liquids deliver a much lower dosage, there have been many testimonials on their
effectiveness. While testimonials don't add up to scientific proof, they are powerful in describing how
people feel when taking a particular supplement.

What About Other Zeolite Brands?
I recommend that you read labels closely before you buy, to make sure you are getting as close to the
dosages recommended in the studies as possible. Since each brand is different, you can now make a
decision based on the label.
This will get more confusing as time goes on, and more products hit the market with more ingredients
in them. Companies can get away with now saying exactly how much is in the bottle by listing it with
other ingredients and calling it a proprietary blend. Because of this, you should try to get a product that
lists the ingredients separately and has only a few ingredients.

Which is Better? Zeolite Powder or Liquid?
I think, from a dosage perspective, it is much easier to get an adequate amount by using a powder
product. However, many people find scooping a powder into a glass and mixing it with water to be too
messy or time-consuming. For those people, and for children who won't drink a whole glass of powder
dissolved in water, the liquid form has found a great niche.
For everyone else, zeolite powder is proving to be an excellent way to take zeolite every day.
                           Written by Shelley Penney www.buy-zeolite.com/

 copyright(c)2011 Shelley Penney
Trustworthy zeolite info at www.theliquidzeolitebook.com

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