The Binchotan is an ecological and economical solution for highly purifying water. Still produced according to ancestral Japanese know-how, oak charcoal, called white charcoal, comes from a variety of oak trees specific to the region: the Ubamegashi. The activation process at 1200° makes it super-active and extremely porous. Its whitish surface is due to a specific cooling technique with a mixture of water, sand, ash and earth.
Its production is controlled and exports are limited. Its label is a guarantee of origin and quality.
What it does :
Adsorbs toxins, lead, mercury, cadmium, copper, chlorine, pesticide residues and other pollutants. While releasing calcium, potassium and magnesium into the water.
Step 1. Boil the stick for 15 minutes. Step 2. Dry in the sun or in a warm, dry place. Step 3. Immerse the stick in 1L of running water Step 4. Leave on between 5h to 10h Final step is to Consume!
Reboil the binchotan (10min) every 1-3 months (depending on the quality of the water in your commune) in order to free it from the pollutants and toxins accumulated in the water.
Recycle as plant fertilizer
The real Binchotan of Wakayama (Japan).
Produced in Kishu, in the wakayama region and labelled, the Binchotan of kishu is of high quality and its production is controlled. It is the ideal ally for purifying and mineralising running water.
Origin : Japan, Wakayama
Size: +-2 cm X +-10 cm (size may vary slightly from one product to another)