What is Zeolite?
Zeolite is a natural mineral that can be used in animal nutrition, agriculture, agronomy, aquaculture, in the oil field and many other industries. It can improve soil quality; reduce heavy metals in water and soil; water remediation; ammonia reduction in livestock; and as a flow or anti-caking agent. It improves animal growth, reducing food consumption and increasing weight gaining.
How is it formed?
Zeolite, most common form being clinoptilolite, is formed when hot volcanic ash hits salt water creating a unique mineral with a crystalline honeycomb structure. This process took many years in the earth.
What does Zeolite do?
Zeolite uses biological and chemical filtration to filter out contaminates and toxins. It does so by cation exchange. Since it is a negatively charged mineral, it locks the contaminant, heavy metal, or radio nucleotide into the crystalline honeycomb structure where it is retained and can be disposed of without harming the environment.
It is safe for use in animals and plant, and is non-toxic and environmentally safe.