Drink pure, live pure, be pure — upgrade your water with binchotan charocal.
Natural and effective, binchotan charcoal sticks have been used to clean, purify and enhance water by the Japanese since the 17th century. Thirsty? To enjoy better tasting water simply add a charcoal stick to your gym bottle or carafe and place in the fridge overnight (6-8 hours). Unlike leaky and wasteful plastic filters, time tested Binchotan Charcoal (i.e. Raw Activated Charcoal) is both sustainable and biodegradable.
Our Binchotan Charcoal sticks will transform your tap water into naturally pure, mineralized water — we promise, it'll make your Brita blush.
Quantity: (3) Sticks
Material: Kiln Fired Japanese Oak
Size: Approx 4" in Length
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🌎 Safe and effective - just one stick of our binchotan charcoal will remove any impurities - resulting in naturally pure, mineralized, refreshing water!
🌎 Our Binchotan Charcoal sticks have been hand selected to ensure they can fit through the mouth of a standard sized water bottle.
🌎 Binchotan charcoal absorbs chlorine and other harmful chemicals from drinking water, while imbuing it with flavor enhancing minerals. Water treated with binchotan charcoal will aquire an alkaline effect, this also helps to enhance taste by softening hard water.
🌎 Binchotan charcoal is sustainable and biodegradable.
We recommend using (1) stick for your water bottle and (2) for a carafe. To activate your binchotan charcoal sticks (prior to first use) and refresh their natural water enhancing properties, boil them in water for (10mins) every 2-3 weeks and place in direct sunlight to dry. Our Binchotan Charcoal sticks will last aprox. 3-4 months before they need to be replaced.
Our binchotan charcoal sticks do not need any special care. As mentioned under our 'HOW TO USE' section, boiling your charcoal sticks for 10mins in water every 2-3 weeks ensures that the microscopic holes in the charcoal remain open - this way the charcoal can absorb any impurities present in the water.