Best Liquid Zeolite

The best liquid zeolite is the zeolite water you make yourself and it’s also the best price!

A 50 ml bottle of so called liquid zeolite = 580 mg zeolite and will cost anywhere from $20.00 – $85.00

One level teaspoon of Australian zeolite powder = 2500 mg and costs 20c.

This is the equivalent dosage of about 5 full bottles of liquid zeolite for 20c.

Use the powder and you will save from $100.00 to $425.00 and get much more benefit!!!


The product referred to as liquid zeolite can be made in two ways. It is either a suspension of very fine particles of zeolite in water (which is the most acceptable method) or the zeolite can be dissolved in very strong acid. The second method destroys the zeolite structure making it useless as a molecular sieve.

The best liquid zeolite is what we call zeolite water, which you make yourself by adding one teaspoon of zeolite powder to a glass of water, stirring and drinking. This way you are getting the full benefit of zeolite’s molecular sieve abilities to help remove heavy metals and other toxins. All peer reviewed tests on zeolite have been carried out with zeolite powder. One teaspoon of zeolite powder will cost you about 20c and a 400 g bag of zeolite powder will last more than 5 months taking it at the rate of one teaspoon a day.

We feel it is the best priced product on the market for overall health maintenance.

You may use your bag of zeolite powder in less than 5 months when you realise how many other uses it has, e.g. first aid treatments, face masks, pet care, odour removal.

One of the best other uses I’ve found for zeolite powder is adding 1 – 2 teaspoons to every load of washing. Zeolite destroys e.coli and other bacteria, it also softens the washing, helps to remove grease and less detergent can be used. Zeolite powder can replace detergent, just add a few teaspoons more.

You can find out more practical, informative and factual information about Australian Zeolite and it’s many uses in our book. CLICK HERE to find out more.

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