Swanson Activated Charcoal Review

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Expert Rating

Trying alternative digestive health methods can always be scary. What if you take too much of something and your body responds poorly? With Swanson Activated Charcoal Capsules, this formula delivers just a small amount of activated charcoal to capture toxins and improve digestive health, making it the best activated charcoal capsules for beginners.

Why We Like It – Swanson Activated Charcoal

A beginner’s solution to digestive health thanks to its small portions, low dose, and one simple ingredient: activated charcoal.

Pros
  • Low dose; ideal for beginners
  • 60 servings in bottle
  • Activated charcoal is the only ingredient
Cons
  • Gelatin capsules; not vegan
  • Designed for digestion only

Performance

The Swanson Activated Charcoal Capsules aren’t packing tonnes of activated charcoal in each capsule. This is to ensure your body isn’t getting too much. After all, too much activated charcoal and your body will simply get rid of the excess amount. That’s not very efficient. Once ingested, the charcoal will pass through your system, capturing toxins and leaving your digestive track a bit more healthier than it was before. Digestive health is all it targets, however. For teeth, hair, and skin, you’ll want something like Zen Charcoal’s Activated Charcoal Rejuvenates Powder.

Design

Unlike BLANK, the Swanson Premium Activated Charcoal Capsules are limited to only one kind of use: oral. You won’t be mixing these to make toothpaste, shampoo, or poured in a drink. This is because activated charcoal was encased in a small capsule of 520mg per serving. The only ingredient used is activated charcoal. If you want to go through the trouble of breaking a bunch open, you can—but we’d sooner suggest you order Schizandu Organics Hardwood Activated Charcoal Powder instead. However, it should be noted that the capsules are gelatin. In other words: not vegan-friendly.

Value

The Swanson Activated Charcoal Capsules are definitely worth picking up. This is especially true if you’re new to activated charcoal. They come in low doses, so you aren’t digesting more than you need to, and it’s a good alternative that will help calm the stomach, occasional mild bloating, and overall digestive health. And since there are 60 servings per bottle, you’ll have a good two months to test the waters on whether it not it worked for you. If you want a potent serving, the NaturaLife Labs Activated Charcoal should interest you.

Swanson Activated Charcoal Wrap Up

These capsules, due to their smaller portions, are by far one of the safest options to introducing your body to activated charcoal. Since charcoal is the only ingredient, it’s made all the safer. But digesting is all it’s good for. And if you’re vegan, the gelatin capsules might turn you away. Powder is still an option, however.

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Brady Meyers

Brady Klinger-Meyers is a writer based in Pennsylvania. He regularly contributes to websites such as Hardcore Droid, Gamepur, and Homebli. His work remains primarily in technology, from video game journalism to consumer technology.

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