Natural and Effective
First aid care with zeolite is easy and effective. It helps many different types of problems, from minor injuries to leg ulcers, bed sores and skin cancers. Zeolite has a slightly alkaline pH level which helps to soothe irritations and its absorbing properties draw out poisons and ease pain.
Both zeolite cream and zeolite paste can be used in first aid.
The most effective zeolite lotions on the market are Zeo Natural's Zeolite Lotion and Nikita Natural's Zeo Calm. The recipe for Zeolite Paste is in the Recipe Section. and Australian Organic Certified Superfine Zeolite and Australian Micronised Zeolite are both suitable for making Zeolite Paste.
Zeolite paste is a bit messy to use because when it dries it crumbles and falls off. Zeolite cream is easier to use but sometimes the paste is more effective, for example use a thick application of zeolite paste for very painful bites like wasp and ant stings.
When you use zeolite paste remember that as soon as the paste has dried out it has done its job and should be removed. An exception is when you are using the paste to protect insect bites from infection.
Sterilising Zeolite Powder
If you are using zeolite powder to treat serious problems like leg ulcers you may want to sterilise it first. Please contact us for details.
Treatments and Recipes
Zeolite first aid treatments have proven to be very helpful for easing pain and promoting rapid healing in many conditions:
Click the link below for more information on treatments.
Sunburn, minor burns, rashes, bites and stings, wasp stings, tick bites, ant bites, blue bottle stings, cat scratches, bumps and sprains, chilblains, irritated or inflamed gums, toothache, leg ulcers, bed sores and skin cancers.
Learn how to make zeolite first aid products, click here.