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Bentonite Clay
Bentonite Clay

Our Price: $5.00

Product Code: 22-03-01-000


This amazing has been used in treating medical conditions since earliest recorded history and is composed of aged volcanic ash found in different parts of the world including Fort Benton, Wyoming, in the USA. It has been used for centuries with amazing medicinal qualities such as the following:

  • Cleansing the liver, colon, and skin
  • Balancing bacteria in the digestive tract
  • Strengthening the immune system
  • Treating digestive conditions
  • Aiding in weight loss
  • Helps with bites and acne
  • Eliminating food allergies & poisoning
  • Alkalizes the body
  • Helps protect against radiation
  • Remineralizing the body
  • Fights viruses and parasites
  • Arthritis, pain, wound treatments
  • Helps heal ulcers and anemia

Bentonite clay contains montmorillonite, the primary mineral thought to be responsible for its beneficial qualities. It also contains magnesium and other trace minerals. The particles in the clay contain a negative charge that attract all types of toxins and pathogens, which include bacteria, toxins, metals, and pesticides, all of which have a positive charge.

To use mix one to two teaspoons of clay to an 8 ounce glass of water. Do this for three days and after the third day, refrain from using it for four days. On the fifth day, resume taking it for four days, discontinuing use the following three days. This schedule can be continued during the acclimation process which may take up to four weeks.

Ingredients: Bentonite Clay
Shelf Life 3 years if stored properly
This product comes in two sizes, 4 oz. and 16 oz. Select your choices and see price difference in option panel above.

The information on this page has not been evaluated by the FDA or any other medical experts. Statements on this Web site are not intended to be a replacement for medical advice from your personal physician.

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