Our Earth is the source of infinite means for restoring
and maintaining good Health.
The range of Clays we offer are charged over millennia
with the vital energies from Sun, Air and Water.
This alchemical process creates the most powerful healing agent for physical regeneration.
Our Clay comes from the unpolluted hills on the Island of Sardinia and from the ancient Volcanic region of the Cote D'Armor in Brittany
Our clays are not ionized, no preservatives, no dyes and come from quarries and isolated wilderness
Our clays present the best clay mineral content and they offer superior properties to the less pure clays.
All clays are conform to Ecocert standards for natural and organic cosmetics.
Because of EU Regulation on nutrition and health - we are very limited on any nutrition or health claims on these products. This does not mean you can't research your own information on the internet,concerning these products.
This Clay, considered The Queen of Clays,is characterized by the presence of the purest and highest concentration of Montmorillonite, more than 97% of the total mineral. Rich in trace elements and mineral salts, this premium green clay has a naturally high alkalinity of 8.8ph and strong negative ionic charge. It possesses high adsorbent power that allows it to draw toxic substances and impurities from the body (pollutants, allergen, pathogens). It remineralizes cells and tissues, soothes and purifies the digestive tract and supports nutrient assimilation. This remarkable clay and its incredible properties work wonders to stimulate, reinvigorate and rejuvenate cells and tissues, making it ideal for skincare. Suitable for normal to greasy skin.
This Red Clay is characterized by its purity and potency. Rich in iron oxide which gives it its distinctive red hue. High alkalinity of 9.2ph, it holds a strong negative ionic charge that allows it to absorb and draw toxins from the body. It contains a wealth of essential trace elements and minerals. This clay is renowned for its detox capacity, its action increases the blood flow below the skin improving oxygen and nutrients to the skin cells. When used as a face and body mask, it will help absorb excess oil and remove toxins while simultaneously boosting the skin's circulation, leaving the skin feeling youthful and soft. Suitable for all skin types, especially mature skin.
White kaolin clay is rich in silicon and aluminum silicate and it is known to be the mildest of all clay.
This Kaolin, is of a high grade, ultra pure and clean. its mild and versatile properties makes it ideal for all skin types, from babies to mature skin. It is efficient in improving circulation to your skin. Beneficial for managing skin conditions such as dryness, acne, rosacea, sun damage, skin rash and irritations. Kaolin contains essential and phyto-nutrients that protects and nourishes the skin. Historically Kaolin has been used to help purify, nourish, soothe and heal.Its use originated from ancient China and was prized for its medicinal value by Romans,
Greeks, Egyptians and other native cultures.
This Bentonite Clay is considered a powerful, yet gentle detoxifier. Taken on a regular basis it cleanses and draws out toxins, metabolic wastes and pathogens from the body. It naturally detoxifies and revitalises the entire digestive tract. An alkalinity of 8.5ph greatly reduces yeast and fungus that thrive in an acidic environment, and thus strengthens the body's defences and improves energy levels. This clay is ultra pure, clean, allergen free and high in beneficial trace elements, making it the clay of choice for internal use.
For general health maintenance take a heaped teaspoon (non metal) once a day in a glass and add spring water. Let rest for a few hours or overnight. Drink on a empty stomach.
Take for a period of 3 weeks with a one week break after, continue this process for 3 months.
Montmorillonite clays are Bentonite clays and bentonite clays are Montmorillonite clays. They are not two separate minerals as we think. They are one and the same thing. All types of bentonite clays are grouped together under the Montmorillonite or Smectite group of clays. To speak of one is to speak of the other.
Marketing of various brand names using the different terminology for the same thing, in the same text, is often responsible for the confusion that arises.
Montmorillonite was named after its discovery locality, Montmorillon, France in the 1800's. Bentonite was named after Fort Benton, Montana, near which it was discovered.
People who should NOT take clay:
The Clay Cure will not take responsibility for this product being incorrectly used. All information is given freely and is not in any way intended to replace or negate medication and/or guidance from a registered healthcare practitioner. If you are pregnant please contact a registered healthcare practitioner before use. For educational purpose only, this information is not to diagnose, treat any disease.
The word Rhassoul is derived from the Arabic word Rhassala which means washing.
Moroccan women have used it as natural body care for over 1400 years.
Research confirms the remarkable properties of this mineral rich clay, it reduces
dryness, removes impurities, unblocks pores, improves skin clarity and elasticity resulting in a general smoothing of the skin.
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay can be used as a daily cleanser instead of soap and as a restorative hair treatment. It is a superb natural shampoo.
For all skin types.
One of it’s most impressive properties, absorption of harmful substances and detoxification, is due to a high rate of ion exchange. Rhassoul also has natural antimicrobial properties, making it an effective ingredient for detoxification and blemish-prone. Clinical testing has shown Rhassoul to be effective in improving skin elasticity, unclogging pores, and removing dead skin cells and excess surface oils. It can also be used as a scalp treatment to absorb oil, dirt, sebum and cleanse and clarify hair. No natural beauty tool kit should be without this fabulous clay.
A naturally occurring mineral of volcanic origin formed millions of years ago, when lava and ash fell into the sea. Zeolite clinoptilolite is a mineral with unique and remarkable properties. Its extensively well reported health benefits are a result of its open molecular structure and naturally occurring negative charge Zeolite acts a cage, trapping positively charged particles such as heavy metals, environmental pollutants, potentially harmful radiation and pesticides. This negative charge allows Zeolite to attract the positively charged particles like a magnet It is then excreted through the body's natural eliminatory channels in a safe and effective manner. Due to its finely micronized particle size Zeolite Detox has greater bioavailability, that is it is more readily absorbed by the cells.Some reported potential benefits of daily supplementation of Zeolite Detox include, detoxification of heavy metals, cleansing of the intestinal tract, anti bacterial agent ,reduction of free radicals, balancing Ph levels, increasing assimilation and nutrients absorption.
Source ZEO, Inc.
Montmorillonite, a phyllosilicate, is a soft type of mineral that exists in small crystals which accumulate to form clay. Phyllosilicates or sheet silicates, are a group of minerals that include the micas, chlorite, serpentine, talc, and the clay minerals. The clay is named after Montmorillon (France) where it was first discovered.
There exist two types of montmorillonite, sodium and calcium. Sodium montmorillonite is commonly known as sodium bentonite. The presence of sodium as the predominant exchangeable cation can result in the clay swelling to many times its original volume. Almost all natural clays have value in promoting human health. Some may be consumed, others are best used only externally, and some are best reserved for industrial purposes.
Clays in general, provide a wide array of benefits for humanity, whether for the body, in the garden, or for industrial use
Each of the edible clays will possess different mineral profiles and electromagnetic properties, and will therefore affect the body somewhat differently. NASA discovered that clay countered the loss of calcium in the bones (common during space flight) better than calcium supplements due to the additional minerals and other properties natural to a clay that improved calcium assimilation.
[Ubick, Suzanne. "Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud". Magazine of the California Academy of Sciences. California Academy of Sciences. Retrieved 2012.]
The two words are similar but their differences are fundamental to understanding how clay minerals function and how healing clay works. Adsorption describes the process by which the charged particles of other substances combine with the charged particles on the outer surface of the clay molecule. First imagine the structure of the clay molecule to be similar to a stack of business cards with spaces in between the cards. The clay molecule has unsatisfied ionic bonds around its edges and naturally seeks to satisfy those bonds. For this to happen it must come into contact with a molecule of another substance with unsatisfied bonds that carry an opposite electrical (ionic) charge. When the two molecules meet, the ions held on the outer surface of the clay molecule are exchanged with the ions held on the outside surface of the molecule of the other substance.
Absorption is a slower and more complex process. Acting like a sponge, the clay molecule draws other substances into its internal structure. Absorption can only occur when the foreign substance has undergone a chemical change and is then allowed to enter the clay’s molecular inner structure. Once the foreign substance has undergone the chemical change, it enters into the spaces between the clay’s inner structures. So the toxins that were formerly only sticking to the surface of the clay’s outer structure through ionic bonding, are now pulled inside the clay molecule. This is the primary reason why absorptive clays are labeled as mobile layered or expandable clays. The more substances that are pulled into the clay’s inner structure, the more the clay expands and its layers swell.
According to many sources here is the main one from the contemporary pioneer and master on the uses of clay .
The information below comes from the book,
The Healing Power of Clay by Raymond Dextreit
Bentonite is typically regarded as an impure ore of clays that contain both the crystalline structure montmorillonite and additional crystalline structures. The degree of bentonite’s purity is equal to its degree of montmorillonite.
In today’s world, finding a sizable source of minerals of 100% purity is rare. It is also rare that the providers of bentonite would separate the montmorillonite from the source’s composition, which is why it is distinctly considered bentonite, as opposed to pure montmorillonite. Essentially, bentonite and montmorillonite are the same thing, with those specified as 100% montmorillonite are the purest on the earth.
Disclaimer: Please be advised that according to the EU regulations, clay and clay-like substances are not regarded by the EU authorities as food products, and we are not selling or marketing them as such, but simply as generic products. We provide general information about clays and minerals which we have collected online and from various publications. Clays or minerals are not being sold by us as medicines or food supplements. We do not provide diagnosis or advice. If you have any medical problem, please consult your medical practitioner. Do not resort to self-treatment.