Odds are pretty good you know a few people who have been whacked by the flu bug. So what are you doing about it? Vaccine? Nope. Vitamin C? Not gonna cut it. Supplements? Can help. How about using one of nature’s most effective mechanisms for binding of viral particles which can lead to decreased viral replication.
Clinoptilolite acts like nature’s anti-viral.
The philosophy that nature always provides is one accepted by many. From Roman times to current day this amazing crystal that still is not completely understood for its true potential sits as a solution to many of our issues. Clinoptilolite, a specific zeolite, is a molecular sieve possessing a honeycomb cage structure with a natural negative charge. This mineral is one of the most effective methods to bind heavy metals and other environmental toxins like glyphosate and lyme biofilms. What many don’t know is this same mineral is very effective at binding viral particles. How do viral particles equate to antiviral?
Viruses enter your body through different pathways. When a virus gets in to the body it begins to dismantle to create new viruses by attacking cells. The more fragments created the more viruses replicate and cause the issues of the virus. The flu is a virus. Do you know which strain of the flu you have when you get it? Typically not.
What makes clinoptilolite unique is the cage structure doesn’t care which virus you have. These viruses create viral particles to replicate. The cage structure of clinoptilolite will grab on to these particles and bind them within the cages which effectively slows down the viral replication process. Then something great happens. If the virus is slower to replicate, your immune system is able to respond to the threat and kill it quicker.
The published journal article on this subject answers your questions: Antiviral properties of clinoptilolite
Article in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 79(1): 165-169 · April 2005
The antiviral effect of MZ seems to be non-specific and is more likely based on the incorporation of viral particles into pores of MZ aggregates than ion exchange properties of clinoptilolite. Our preliminary results indicate a possibility of therapeutical application of MZ, either locally (skin) against herpesvirus infections or orally in cases of adenovirus or enterovirus infections. Furthermore, MZ could also be used in purification of drinking water from different viruses.
The MZ in the study is micronized zeolite. The problem with the study when looking at the research is that micronized zeolites in powders or suspensions can’t work systemically as the particles are not water soluble or small enough to permeate cellular membranes.
Fortunately there is a proprietary process to make clinoptilolite fragments small enough to work throughout your system and inside many cells.
If you remove the cause the symptoms will never persist. If you remove the toxins from your body you just might find the vitality that you seek.