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Zeolite Powder is abundant in nature and was first described by the Swedish amateur mineralogist Baron von Cronstedt in 1756. He found these minerals in rocks of volcanic origin and observed that when rapidly heated; stones containing this material released water and appeared to boil. Therefore he called the mineral "Zeolite" which is derived from Greek and translates as "stone that boils". Today, the term zeolite is used to denote crystalline sodium aluminium silicates of natural or synthetic origin. There are approximately 50 natural and 200 synthetic zeolites. A common property of all zeolites is their ion exchange capability. Natural volcanic zeolite is a silicate mineral having a unique interconnecting lattice structure. It’s honeycomb framework of consistent diameter interconnecting channels and pores coupled with negatively charged alumina and neutrally charged silica tetrahedral building process an open three dimensional honeycomb framework that attracts liquids, odor & gases and traps them in its crystalline structure.