Zeolites are organic volcanic minerals that are mined in certain aspects of the world. Whenever volcanoes erupt, molten lava as well as thick ash dump out. Because many volcanoes are placed on an island or near an ocean, this lava and ash often flows in the sea.
Thanks to some chemical reaction between the ash from the volcano and the salt from the sea, amazing minerals like zeolites are formed inside hardened lava throughout 1,000 of years. What makes zeolites amazing is the truth that it’s not only mostly of the negatively-charged minerals found in nature, but in addition, it has a really unique structure. Zeolites have large, vacant spaces–or cages–that allow space for huge, positively charged ions for being attracted to this, then trapped and eliminated from the body.