For centuries, Kishu Binchotan (Japanese Oak) charcoal has been used for its excellent purification properties in absorbing substances from water and air. It’s the perfect plastic-free water filter! Tests show the pores absorb ammonia, lead, mercury, cadmium, and copper from water – including chloramine, chlorine and chlorides. Add a stick to a carafe, or water bottle and notice a change in water taste within minutes. Can be used for months before depositing in compost or garden.
Rinse and boil charcoal sticks and let dry before first use Reboil the charcoal every two weeks to reactivate its purifying abilities Binchotan lasts up to 3 months and can be composted at the end of its life