Montmorillonite Clay 25 August 2009
Montmorillonite Clay is named after the location where it was first discovered- near Montmorillon, France. The clay contains a large number of easily absorbed, balanced alkalising minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, sodium, sulphur ad silica. The minerals are highly negatively charged which means they contain electrons that absorb and eliminate positively charged toxins from the body. It can be used to neutralise acidic toxins both internally (gut) and externally (skin). To use it on the skin, it is just mixed with water to make a thick paste, allowed to dry and then washed off.
Montmorillonite Clay is available exclusively from my clinic.