Activated Charcoal is used medicinally as well as in water and air purifiers and teeth whitening. Its recorded use dates back to 1550 BC and in modern times is most widely used medicinally as a detoxifier and poison antidote. It work well for spider bites, accidental ingestion of toxins, and the stomach bugs. People also brush their teeth with it and wash their hair. There are a number of different ways to use activated charcoal.
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