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Heal Your Body Naturally with Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay has been used for centuries as a natural remedy and detoxifying agent. Also known as Montmorillonite clay, it can be ingested or applied on the skin and hair to flush out toxins and relieve indigestion, bloating, burns, cuts, food poisoning, and other conditions. 542 more words


Bentonite Clay Hair Mask

This clay mask recipe can be used for any hair type. If you are suffering from dry hair, dandruff, split ends, or just want to help your curl pattern form better, this two-ingredient mask will be beneficial. 592 more words

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Clay helps the body balance itself

Did you know that when life force energy flows the body will balance itself?
Bentonite Clay has the power to attract and either absorb or stimulate the evacuation of toxic and non-useful elements.

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Indian healing clay is also known as bentonite clay which is created by volcano ash. The clay acts like a magnet to our body’s which draws out all of the toxins inside us, as well as being used as a face mask it is used in many ways such as a bath salt and hair masks (typically used for African women to help their natural hair.) 958 more words

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Clays are naturally high alkaline

Clays, for the most part, have a naturally high alkaline pH. Clay is homeostatic. One of its major functions is to act as a catalyst to assist the body in returning to a balanced state.

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So I’ve started to dabble in all natual stuff since being diagnosed with fibromyalgia a few years ago.

Although it has nothing to do with my fibromyalgia per se, I decided to post about my refreshing clay mask which I can’t take credit for but it’s on my face so it’s mine. 173 more words


Clay for Canker Sores and Fever Blisters

Clay for Canker sore and Fever Blisters.  Clay is excellent for healing mouth sores. Swish with liquid clay 2-3 times a day. Brush your teeth a little hydrated clay on top of a little toothpaste. 33 more words

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