A zeolite company recently had two of their competitors’ zeolite powder products tested and found out that the zeolite was riddled with mold. ETS Zeolite (or NRG Zeolite) and ZEO Force Zeolite are known for their zeolite with an oddly green hue, but have long been suspected as being contaminated, commercial grade zeolite. Originally, they were sent to a third party lab in order to determine the purity of these products. The report indicated that ETS Zeolite (NRG Zeolite) was only 49% pure clinoptilolite, while Zeo Force Zeolite was an even lower 48%. What was the makeup of the other 51-52% of these health supplements? Amorphous, which is left over volcanic materials that were not formed into zeolite. In general, amorphous is synonymous with dirt.
Furthermore, these zeolite powder brands had a suspicious musty smell, and so were also sent to a food lab for mold testing. The lab discovered that they were infested with mold growth. How did the mold get in there? It’s because the zeolite in these products are filled with moisture. Since commercial grade zeolite is used, these companies do not spend the time or money investing in the cleaning and drying of their products. What you get in the end is a container filled more than half way with dirt and not processed for human consumption, which will eventually become overrun with mold.
Commercial grade zeolite is dangerous to consume. Please choose a reliable supplement company, like ZEO Health, that mines their zeolite specifically for human consumption and follows a strict regime of processing, drying, and testing their zeolite for contaminates.