We’ve been highly focused on discussing activated charcoal, what it is and all of its benefits because we understand – and hope you do too – that activated charcoal is not a fad. It is a highly studied remedy for many ailments and a prevention of the body’s absorption of toxins. For some, activated charcoal has been the difference between life and death. Literally. We can’t stress its important enough. I believe it is almost as important as the discovery of penicillin. The creation of soap. It’s that significant.
In our last post, I discussed activated charcoal and some of its benefits. Take a look at the previous post titled, “Activated Charcoal Part I: What’s the Big Deal?” by clicking here. It’s a quick read. A swashbuckling adventure. Just kidding - but I do encourage you to review it at your leisure. This one gets a bit heavier.
Dry skin in cold weather is completely normal. One of the reasons is because warmer air tends to hold more moisture than cooler air. And when we crank up the heater indoors, it does nothing to add moisture to the air.
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