This is an edible version.
Bentonite clay consists of aged volcanic ash also known as “Montmorillonite.” The name comes from the largest known deposit of bentonite clay located in Fort Benton, Montana. It is an odorless grey/cream color with an almost soft, very fine consistency. Unlike some other clays, it doesn’t stain and is easy to work with in beauty and natural remedy recipes. Healing clays like bentonite have a high concentration of minerals including silica, calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron, and potassium. It also absorbs and removes toxins, heavy metals, impurities, and chemicals.
What it is for?
Cleansing – I have seen people incorporating clay into the bar soap which I think it is a really good idea too
Face Mask – Mix well with water into a paste and spread well on your face, rinse off when it is dry. You can purchase the ready-mix clay mask here.
Toothpaste – Want to make your own toothpaste? Here’s a quick recipe
25g bentonite clay, 15g activated charcoal, 10g baking soda and 5g xylitol. Mix them well in with some water into a paste consistency that you like.
Baby Powder – You can add it in the baby powder to reduce the chances of infection such as diaper rash. I do add a little into my regular loose powder, added mineral for my makeup J
Internal Cleansing – Add 1 tsp to a glass of water and mix well if you feel that you need to detox your system. But do not take it 2 hour before food or medication.
Do not let the clay come into contact with any metal such as spoon, whisk or container as its effectiveness will be reduced drastically. Read the label carefully, there are industrial version that is much cheaper but not meant for consumption, the lead level is way higher.
Product Origin and Info
This clay is imported from USA