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Bentonite Clay Detox-The Most Powerful and Most Effective Healing Clays

Updated on July 31, 2016

Being the most powerful and most effective healing clay to use, this can be utilized externally as a mud pack, a clay poultice and skin care recipe. It is known for its ability of producing an electrical charge especially when hydrated. When it gets in contact with fluid, all of its electrical components change that give the body the ability to absorb certain toxins. Since it is capable of removing and absorbing toxins, it is just essential considering it for its many varied benefits.

Right after mixing it with water, it starts swelling and opens just like a porous sponge. The toxins are now drawn into the sponge by means of electrical attraction and they are then bound. With its alkalizing effect, it really helps further in balancing the gut bacteria.

Another important thing to consider is that the Bentonite Clay Detox helps with allergy and skin issues. Almost all skin problems and types are eliminated by the consistent use of the product. Thus, the healing process is made easier and faster on the part of a user.

With Bentonite Clay Detox that is known for its higher concentration of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, silica, iron, sodium and potassium, it is a must adding this in the medicine kits and herbal cabinets. This proved to be an inexpensive remedy but there is only a need to be cautious in using it. This should not get in contact with anything that is metal or else this reduces the effectiveness.

In using it, it is essential mixing it with water in a glass jar using a plastic lid. There is a need to shake it well or make use of a plastic whisk. In the event that you still have your medical condition, you may consult your doctor about it.

How to Apply It on the Skin

To apply it on the skin, you need to combine it with water to help address skin irritations such as cuts, burns, skin itching and blemishes. You can just leave it dried completely. For that healthy and smooth skin, you can prepare a paste of water and bentonite and apply it onto your face as a mask. You can just leave it for about twenty minutes and then, wash it off. You can do this procedure once or even twice in a week.

You may even add one-fourth cup of Bentonite Clay Detox to your bath for that relaxing and comforting detox bath. This really is impressive and this helps soften the skin that makes it a must for you to use it. You do not need to worry if it really works as it does its job so well.

See link attached for a more indepth step-by-step guide on how to use Aztec Indian Healing Clay


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