Charcoal Water Filter, Kishu Binchotan Charcoal by ILMA

$21.95

  • Filters & Purifies Tap Water
  • Removes Unpleasant Odours and makes tap water taste light and clean
  • Alkalises & Balances pH levels in your water
  • Easy-To-Use –  simply place in your water bottle/jug or drink bottle set & forget

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Kishu Binchotan is a natural charcoal cleanser

Have you ever felt guilty while replacing a plastic filter in your water filter jar? We used to – all the time! That’s why we were very excited to find this alternative to charcoal filters sealed in plastic! Purely natural charcoal cleanser! It’s just absolutely awesome!

These charcoal water purifiers remove chlorine, heavy metals & other impurities from your tap water.

THE SCIENCE IS SIMPLE. Used by the Japanese for over a century, Kishu Binchotan Charcoal is a highly effective way to filter your water due to its ultra-porous structure. Many cavities within our Charcoal Sticks act as a mechanism to filter the impurities from your water, this creates a cleaner, lighter, more refreshing glass of your tap water. You can really taste the difference!

Health benefits

ILMA Binchotan Water Purifiers restore the pH levels in your tap water effectively lowering acidity and raising alkalinity which offers a long list of health benefits:

• Stokes your Metabolic Fire

• Fights Fatigue

• Combats Acid Reflux

• Assists in Weight Loss

• Detoxifies your body

• Prevents Degenerative Disease

• Slows down the Ageing Process

Can you compost charcoal filters?

The answer is YES – absolutely, you can.   Probably one of the best things about ILMA Binchotan activated charcoal water filters is that after 3 months, you can compost your used charcoal filters in your garden. So this product is literally zero-waste!

Weight 150 g
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How to dispose

After 3 months bury the charcoal sticks in your garden or throw them into your compost bin., Cardboard can be composted at home or recycled in kerbside recycling., Check with your local council if they will take it and what criteria they have for recycling it. You can “Find a recycler” near you here: https: recyclingnearyou.com.au.

Condition New

Add your Binchotan Charcoal sticks to a jug, carafe or drink bottle and leave for:

2 Hours = OK
4 Hours = Better

+8 Hours = Best

Boil your charcoal every 2-3 weeks to purge the filtered impurities and toxins out and revitalise for further use.
Purifies up to 3 litres of water at once.
Lasts for up to 3 months.

Kishu Binchotan natural charcoal sticks – made in Japan and packed in Australia.

The story of ILMA

The story begins in the West Coast of South Australia and beneath the mountains of Japan.

The grandmothers of ILMA founders, Ben and Josh were sisters, who took their loves of horticulture from their family’s wheat farm on the West Coast to the suburbs of Adelaide.

Each day they would garden, often together and Moo (the elder of the two) ran nurseries around Adelaide after her husband John passed away in 1962, up until well into her 80s.

Both Josh and Ben would be tasked with helping in the gardens at home and in the businesses, forming an early understanding of the importance of plants and trees to our planet and the lives of any living organism.

At the same time, Josh would travel to Japan each year to visit his maternal grandparents and stay at the family’s cabin in the mountains. Here he would accompany his Obachan (Japanese for grandmother) on forest walks, where she would gather botanicals for tonics to ease ailments, elixirs for vitality and for aromatherapy or what the Japanese refer to as ‘forest medicine.’

As boys, neither of the two felt they had much use for these pearls of wisdom, but as fate would have it, ILMA is here and carrying on the legacy of love for plants and the remarkable properties within.

Inspired by their grandmothers, the Japanese tradition of forest bathing and a blend of botanicals native to Japan, ILMA is here to purify, clean, protect and cleanse you and the urban environments we live in.

The charcoal filters are natural and come in different sizes. You will find from 2 to 4 pieces of charcoal in a paper box and no plastic whatsoever! 

2 reviews for Charcoal Water Filter, Kishu Binchotan Charcoal by ILMA

  1. 4wdirty (verified owner)

    Charcoal + drink bottle + tap water

  2. ash.gornton (verified owner)

    Great for drink bottle

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