Redmond Bentonite Clay Description
- Redmond Clay Contains more than 50 trace minerals
Many years ago, long before the earth knew pollutants of any kind, a range of volcanoes erupted-sending volcanic ash into the water of the ancient Sundance Sea that covered much of North America. The water in the sea evaporated, leaving behind a bed of mineral-rich bentonite clay. Near the small town of Redmond, Utah, we extract this ancient volcanic ash, now resting deep within the earth, and bring it to you in its pure, natural state. Redmond Clay contains more than 50 natural trace minerals essential to human health.
An Old Home Remedy - Redmond Clay has been used for generations to help support digestive health. For thousands of years, primitive people carried a ball of clay with them in their packs. Some of this clay was dissolved in water and ingested with their meals. Clay was the natural medicine used by the natives for fighting many stomach ailments, dysentery and food infections.
Many toxins, heavy metals, and free radicals carry a positive charge. The negative ions in Redmond Clay are eager to attach to these toxins, swapping negative ions for positive, and creating a bond that keeps the toxin in clay together in suspension until the body eliminates the pair together.
Because clay is so absorbent, when using it internally, it is advisable to do so a couple of hours apart from using traditional medication. Absorption is the key to Redmond Clay's unusual ability to draw infection and toxins out of the body when applied externally on sores, scrapes, or other problem areas.
Redmond Clay comes from an unusual deposit, high in both sodium and calcium, which gives our clay a unique combination of properties.
FOR EXTERNAL USE
Mix the clay with water to make a gel about the consistency of mustard. The gel can be applied externally as a poultice on cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings, boils, rashes, acne, and burns. It can also be used as a facial.
FOR INTERNAL USE
Take 1 teaspoon of Redmond Clay with juice or water daily. This product contains trace amounts of lead and may not be appropriate for consumption by children or pregnant women.
Redmond Clay (Bentonite clay of the montmorillonite family)
Why is there a warning sticker on Redmond Clay?
In spirit, prop 65 is a great idea: California lawmakers decided the public needs to know if their water and food supply contains toxic chemicals. So they compiled a list of 800 substances and required any business using the substances proclaim the use publicly. Call manufacturer for more information at 800-367-7258.
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