The use of charcoal for detoxification has been recorded as early as 1550 BC in Egypt [1]. Numerous research studies since have documented it as an excellent binder and antidote to poisoning from drugs, toxic metals and chemicals, pesticides and herbicides, bacterial and viral infections, and snake bites. Activated charcoal adsorbs these toxic poisons by trapping them in its millions of tiny pores so that they can be more safely and effectively excreted from the body.