Every batch of CytoDetox is tested with a full microbiological testing, according to strict industry requirements. Moreover, the lab operates according to the FDA, cGMP or GLP (good laboratory practices). The testing methodology used is United States Pharmacopeia (USP)/Bacterilogical Analytical Manual (BAM) and Association of Analytical Chemists (AOAC) methodologies.
Our purified CytoDetox® test results for heavy metals, and microorganisms surpass all specifications even at higher clinical concentrations.
Also noteworthy: clinoptilolite zeolite particles contain sodium aluminosilicate, which means their chemical makeup is aluminum, silica and oxygen. This may create the thought that ‘free aluminum’ could enter the body. However, the lab process and analytical analysis suggests that when they broke the crystals, there were no detectable levels of free aluminum in the finished product.
What about our zeolite cages that contain aluminum in the structure?
The soluble molecular clinoptilolite fragments and insoluble clinoptilolite particles are not ‘free aluminum’, rather, these are inert parts of the zeolite structure. This structure is very difficult to break, even in a laboratory setting with strong and caustic chemicals.
Clinoptilolite zeolite can also withstand extremely high temperatures (>1000 ℉), and is not dissolved or broken down by gastric or stomach acids. Therefore, the molecular clinoptilolite fragments and particles can pass through the body completely intact.
As the clinoptilolite zeolite particles and water soluble fragments move through the body, they can easily and safely support the body’s natural ability to detoxify, when they are activated and cleansed of their existing metals.