Does charcoal in juice remove mercury?

Does charcoal in juice remove mercury?

There is some evidence to suggest that activated charcoal, as well as other agents, may be helpful in removing harmful toxicants, such as mercury.

The theory is that since charcoal is highly porous, and since charcoal is not digested, it can be used to safely absorb a variety of drugs and chemicals.

I recently read about a company called Pressed Juicery makes a juice product which is delivered via postal mail.

It turns out that activated charcoal in juice is a trend that has started to get momentum.