Technically speaking, Zeolite is a hydrated crystalline alumina silicate. Put more simply, they are the result of rich volcanic
ashes settling in a lake some 300 million years ago. The resulting pristine rock is unique for its purity, quality and stability.
Zeolites have a complex honeycomb type structure with a high internal surface area and an amazing ability to attract, hold or replace positively charged ions without disrupting this incredible structure.