The Truth About Activated Charcoal

September 08, 2021
The Truth About Activated Charcoal

Activated Charcoal is a fine black powder that has been around for hundreds of years and is thought to be a decent binder. We decided to deep dive into activated charcoal and learned a few things. 

Activated charcoal has several drawbacks including: 

  1. Gritty Texture
  2. Limited Toxin Binding
  3. Zero Repair Capabilities
  4. Time Sensitive, only effective while moving through digestive tract. 
  5. Unwanted Nutrient Binding
  6. Unpleasant side effects including diarrhea, nausea and vomiting

Overall, activated charcoal is a mediocre binder at best. And that is probably being generous.

Meet Poli Pet Renew with BoiActive Carbon Technology. Carbon-based binders consist of the very best parts of what a binder should be, without the drawbacks. They’re made of humic and fulvic acids.

  1. Antioxidant protection
  2. High energy
  3. Immune defense
  4. Microbiome support
  5. Multiple toxin targets
  6. Natural Delivery
  7. pH versatility
  8. Restorative nutrients
  9. Safe long term
  10. Selective binding
  11. Systemic effects
  12. Ultra-strong binding

Remember, most old-school binders can’t work beyond your digestive tract. Some rob you of nutrients. The majority of them don’t offer your body what’s needed to fix cellular damage. And none of them were designed for dogs and cats. 

Carbon-based binders, like Renew, leave all these inadequacies in the dust. With powerfully charged molecules, it tightly binds and removes a wide variety of toxins — down to the cellular level.

At the same time, it provides the building blocks needed to restore cells and tissues damaged by toxins. 

It’s time to give our pets the best binder available, Poli Pet Renew. Shop now.