Australian Healing Clay Bentonite Clay Powder 250g
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Our Australian clays are active and may promote and support healthy skin and general well being. There are literally hundreds of different types of clay around the world and each deposit is unique. Common applications range from facials and body wraps to complete immersion in a clay bath. Foot baths, foot wraps and topical applications targeting specific areas are also growing in popularity.
Australian Bentonite Clay - Food Grade
Suitable for internal and external use
This premium Australian Bentonite Clay is among the finest clay available in the world today. It has been carefully selected for its purity and performance and is excellent for all your wellness protocols as well as your body care applications.
It has a very smooth creamy texture and easily mixes with water or into a smoothie. For topical use it is suitable for even the most sensitive skin.
- Safe to ingest.
- Food standards Australia & New Zealand compliant. (FSANZ)
- Guaranteed Sundried
- Natural clay powder only; guaranteed no additives.
- Unprocessed, dry milled only.
- Product of Australia
BODY CARE - topical applications
- Clay Bath
- Body wrap
Serving suggestions: 1 standard serve = 5 grams (approximately 1 heaped teaspoon)
Clay Drink: Add 1 heaped teaspoon to a glass of water, juice or your favourite smoothie. Lightly stir and it is ready to drink.
Premixed Clay Drink: Mix 1 part clay to 10 parts water. eg.100g of clay to 1 litre of water. 1 serve = 50 ml. Dilute with water or juice as required. Shake well before use.
Edible Paste: 1 part clay to 2 parts water. eg 20g clay to 40ml water. For best results let it hydrate for a couple of hours, the longer the better. No mixing is necessary, just let it sit. Any excess water can be poured off.
Tip: Sprinkle the clay into the water. Not the water to the clay. When making a large amount sprinkle it in layers ie. water first then clay then water etc. It will hydrate more evenly.