Friday, July 30, 2010

The Charcoal Drink

Charcoal drink is the internal use of water mixed with charcoal powder. Charcoal drink is made of charcoal powder diluted in a glass of drinking water according to dosage for medical purposes.

This mixture is tasteless; the taste of the drinking water when mixed with charcoal powder doesn’t change, the only difference is the color. After drinking the mixture, your faces will be black since the color of charcoal is black but your urine will be as clear as water.

The physiological effect of drinking charcoal drink is constipation, so it is advised to eat ripe papaya everyday or take one tablespoon of olive oil, morning and evening. On the other hand, in some chronic disorders like cancer and blood impurities, diarrheal conditions may take place within three to five days after the first dose; and this condition may take place within three to four days. Don’t worry if this condition takes place, this just means that your body is responding positively to the treatment. This is nature’s way of cleansing the internal organs.

Steps on preparing charcoal powder:
Materials needed:
·         Charcoal from hard wood or coconut shell or bones of clean animals such as cows, carabaos, goats, etc.
·         Coffee grinder or wooden mortar
·         Fine coffee strainer

1.       Pulverize the charcoal by grinding or pounding.
2.       Strain the charcoal powder through a fine coffee strainer.
3.       Sterilize the charcoal powder in an oven or in a dry covered kettle or frying pan for 15 to 20 minutes.
4.       Let cool and store in a dry, clean, covered glass jar or container.

Let the patient drink pure water every after drinking the mixture to rinse his mouth and throat. Repeat the treatment three times a day or as indicated until the illness is healed.

I’ll discuss the dosage of charcoal powder in the next blog…

Reference: Healing Wonders of Charcoal by Severino S. Paypa, M.H.SC., M.P.H.


  1. Hello dear friend.
    A good week for you.
    Pleasant and cheerful

  2. Please remove the picture of the man drinking charcoal water. It is a copyrighted image owned by
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