Are you wondering about the synthetic zeolite or manufactured clinoptilolite that was created by Coseva? You’ll definitely want to watch this…
Dangers of Synthetic Zeolite
You are probably wondering about the dangers of synthetic zeolite in the body. If which case I suggest you take a look at this article from the US National Library of Medicine:
Here is an excerpt from the article:
“For instance, a synthetic material known as Zeolite A, used widely for ion-exchange in industrial processes, has the framework composition with a high Al content and the molar ratio of Si/Al of almost 1. This is indeed the highest aluminum content possible in tetrahedral alumosilicate frameworks (Payra and Dutta, 2003). In Zeolite A, the Al-framework is balanced out by the maximum number of cation exchange sites; it has high cation contents and superior exchange capacities. However, it is not appropriate for in vivo applications since, similar to other low-silica zeolites, zeolite A is unstable in acids. In contrast, zeolites with higher silica content, such as clinoptilolite, are stable in acids (Payra and Dutta, 2003).”
What does this mean? In Vivo means in the body. Synthetics are not safe in acid. Your stomach creates acid. Therefore you should never ingest it!