I have not tried this specific zeolite nano product, but I have tried the original zeolite drop product, the one wirh blue label. Whether it did much I am unsure, but when I took a bigger dosage of it it was maybe 20 drops I got headache. Anyway I think its written on the label you should start out low and take it regularly.
So my view is that a smoothie with proper good ingredients will do much more detoxing than some drops zeolite. Its what I feel and believe in.
Some also blame zeolite products as true scam. Some recent study shows zeolite is a fraud only making the producers and sellers big on $$$.
Words like "nano" are usually part of technobabble.
In this case it does not sound completely vague or absurd.
However the quality may not outweigh the minimal quantity.
They claim it is a true colloid, but it could be a lie, who knows.
Almost all so-called silver-colloids are in fact ionic silver solutions, and only useful topically.
The reality is that most detox and similar products are both expensive and rather ineffective.
I used zeolite powder ( also advertised as a superior, fine-particle product ) but did not like it.
Now i follow the protocol of Anthony William : wild blueberries, cilantro, dulse seaweed, barley grass and spirulina.
A problem is that different brands of the latter two also taste quite different, i am not sure what to choose.
The much cheaper european barley-grass is clearly sweeter than the one from new zealand ( both are supposed to be organic ).
A more blueish spirulina is half the price of a dark green powder i have been taking.
So apart from choosing how to detox, there are many brands that all claim to be excellent, if not outright simply the best.
Concerning these two spirulina powders, actually the colour difference is minimal, both are clearly dark green, i must have seen one in another light ;).
The cheaper one comes from an island in the chinese sea, the other from taiwan.
The latter tastes a tiny bit fuller, but that difference is hard to describe and may mean little.
I even saw somewhere on the internet spirulina for half the price of the one that costs half of the other one.
It is easy to pay much more for the same thing or even less quality, cheaper can be better in all respects.
Although made in china, despite certifications, is usually not a good sign.
In fact i can not remember to have ever bought a tool made and designed in china that did not fall apart soon if it was not broken to begin with.
I'm taking this stuff now (Advanced TRS).
Took it for a couple of weeks,
and have no noticeable side-effects.
Maybe i was i bit more tired when starting,
or it was from something else who knows,
but so far it seems safe to me to take.
I spray 5 times in 24 hours.
I don't feel a difference yet, but it think my main problem
is digestion anyway. So i might do a stool test:
CSA (comprehensive stool analysis) times 3 including parasitology
to find out what needs to be done.
Eric Bakker from New Zealand (a naturopath) recommends this: