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Bentonite Clay: is a natural calcium-dominant Bentonite clay with Moninnorillonte properties from the Smectite family of clays. Only Smectites can both absorb and adsorb. And because its adsorptive properties have not been compromised by air or groundwater contaminants, this highly charged all-natural Calcium Bentonite clay has a drawing power of 33 times its molecular weight. These strong adsorptive and absorptive properties make it ideal for use in deep cleansing and detoxing, clarifying of the skin, facial masks, body wraps and many other uses.

BenefitsBentonite clay is rich in nutrients and minerals, used as an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory treatment both internally and or externally. Bentonite clay magnetically pulls toxins, heavy metals and wastes from the body. Deeply cleansing and detoxifying the skin and cells.

Uses: 

External: is used in some of the most exclusive spas and resorts in the world. There is no finer effective clay for facial treatments, full body wraps and clay baths. It is typically used for: eczema, psoriasis & skin rashes, acne reduction, shingles, insect bites cuts, bruises and abrasions, aching joints, sprained and strained muscles. Can be mixed with water or Apple cider vinegar.

HS101 has made a Bath Infusion or Bentonite Clay and Epsom Salt to increase the benefits of cellular detoxification of heavy metals and toxins in the body.

Internal: Using clean, natural, pure, contaminant-free HS101 Bentonite Clay internally can be advantageous for general health. HS101 suggested daily internal dosage is 2-4 Tablespoons of the premixed liquid. Detoxification of the digestive system, bacterial food poising, organic and non-organic toxicity removal, removal of heavy metals, improved immune system function, liver detoxification, neutralizes stomach ailments from Ulcers and Acid Reflux, cleanse detox the colon.

Ingredients: Derived from volcanic ash, calcium, magnesium silica sodium, copper, iron, and potassium.

Disclaimer:  Information is presented for educational purposes only and not to be used to diagnose or treat medical illnesses. Seek general practitioner advice before use.