Enterosgel is not another “magic pill”. It has been used for over 30 years and has proven to be very efficient. When it comes to intestinal absorbents (orally administered sorbents or enterosorbents), the first thing that usually comes to mind is activated charcoal. Indeed, it has been used for ages as a detoxifying agent. However, its efficiency is not very high and it was not specifically designed to absorb what we want to flush out of our bodies. Charcoal is a non-selective absorbent and can do a good job in case of acute poisoning. However, its non-selective absorption makes it a poor choice for long term use. This is especially important if a person is also taking medications, charcoal will likely absorb these as well.
Therefore, our goal is to eliminate the “bad” stuff and keep the good stuff in the body. Nowadays, there are new generation non-drug, non-toxic and non-allergenic absorbents. They are specifically designed to capture what the body doesn’t need without taking what it does need. What we really want to keep is elements, vitamins, good bacteria, etc.
Enterosgel is one of such absorbents with an excellent 30-year safety record. It is not a drug; it is never absorbed into the blood nor is it metabolized in the body. It is not soluble in water, completely neutral and is safe even for newborns. Once taken orally, it travels the digestive tract, absorbs and removes toxins. Remarkably, it can directly remove toxins from the blood. This happens when the gel comes in contact with the capillaries of the intestinal walls. The gel is composed only of organic minerals and water. It has a sponge-like structure (a nano-sponge), which is a silica mineral matrix of a particular mesh size.
Enterosgel does not contain sugar, artificial or natural flavors, preservatives, lactose, coloring or gluten. Given that it is composed of minerals and water, it is suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Uses of Enterosgel
To reduce side effects of chemotherapy
In treatment of diarrhea related to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
In treatment of acute diarrhea
To absorb toxins released from digested harmful bacteria such as E. coli (food poisoning)
During colon cleansing procedures, including hydrotherapy. This is to reduce toxic load on the body that can occur if a significant amount of old colon deposits is released
During liver cleansing procedures, especially a quick one-day liver flush, during which toxins from the liver are released into the intestines. Taking Enterosgel will prevent them from being reabsorbed in the digestive tract
To balance intestinal microbiota. Even administration for only ten days significantly improves the gut bacterial balance
Food-related allergies. Enterosgel can help capture allergens, alleviating the condition
To improve skin conditions like acne, can be taken orally or applied on the skin for a few minutes and then washed off. This procedure is not suitable for dry skin though
To improve complexion. The skin’s look greatly depends on toxic load in the body. Enterosgel will clear a large amount of toxins fast, which will naturally improve complexion
Hangovers and alcohol intoxications. Toxic alcohol metabolites are considered to be the main reason behind hangovers. Enterosgel will help quickly remove them from the blood and ease the condition
Systemic intoxication from severe burns, kidney and liver failure, hepatitis. These are serious conditions, so a doctor’s advice is necessary before taking any supplements
There are very few. They include intestinal atony or intestinal blockage. Also the gel is not to be consumed if a person is taking modified-release medications.
How to Take It
The dosage depends on the purpose and age, which can be up to a tablespoon three times a day. It should be taken two hours before or after meals or taking any medication.
The best way of taking Enterosgel is in a form of suspension in a glass of water. Simply mix the recommended dosage with water until no visible chunks remain. After drinking the suspension, take another sip of pure clear water.
It is advised that Enterosgel is taken for no longer than 21 days in a row. Then, after a few days break, it can be taken for another 21 days. Rare possible side effects of Enterosgel include nausea and constipation.