WHAT IT IS
An assortment of charcoal pieces—in varying length and thickness—that can be used to to filter water, remove toxins from the skin and more.
BENEFITS FOR YOU
• High-quality. Binchotan charcoal—made in the Kishu region of Japan—is known as the highest quality activated charcoal for purifying water.
• Multi-purpose. Can be used to absorb chemicals in tap water, remove toxins from the skin, capture moisture and odors from the air, enhance blood circulation in a hot bath, stimulate healthy soil in the garden and deflect negative ions in your home.
• All-natural. Provides a great, totally natural way to boost overall health and wellness.
HOW TO USE
• For purifying water. Add 1/4 pound of Binchotan Charcoal in up to a gallon of water. The charcoal releases alkali ions, increasing water’s pH and absorbikng unwanted chemicals.
• For cooking. Add Binchotan Charcoal to a pot or steamer. The charcoal will eliminate any unpleasant smells, plus absorb any chlorine or chemicals from the water.
• In the bath. Add approximately one pound of Binchotan Charcoal to a hot bath. The charcoal increases blood circulation, keeping your body warm and relaxed long after you leave the tub.
• As a deodorizer. Place charcoal pieces inside your fridge or cabinets—much like you would with baking soda—and it absorbs airborne odors and bacteria. Charcoal also absorbs moisture, helping to combat dampness and mold in a closet or drawer.
• In the garden. Broken pieces of charcoal can be added to soil to aerate it, increasing microbial activity and creating healthy, natural soil for your plants.
• For healthier living. Place charcoal next to radiation emitting appliances—like computers, microwaves or television—to block harmful low frequency electromagnetic waves.
WHY IT’S GLOWING
While Binchotan charcoal sounds like something that belongs in a chemistry classroom, we really think it belongs in your home. This amazing compound is making waves in the beauty world, finding its way into all kinds of health and skin-care products. The benefits of charcoal don't stop there, though. These sticks can also be used to for everything from filtering water to enhancing flavors when cooking. What's more, they're great for deodorizing rooms, removing toxins from your skin, and even promoting healthy soil in your garden.