Bentonite Clay (Food Grade)

Bentonite Clay (Food Grade)

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Bentonite Clay is a relatively new product used for inflammation of the joints and Osteoporosis.

One of the Holistic Orthopedic Doctors, who Zen's Tea House works with, suggested we invest in Bentonite Clay because in his experience, as well as NASA, saw a decrease of bone loss and in some cases, experienced bone restoration, when patient consumed daily amounts of medicinal clay (bentonite). For further information, click the following link.

Bentonite Clay can be consumed like tea but typically it tastes better with Orange Juice; simply add the 1-2 teaspoons of clay into the a 12oz glass of Orange Juice. Speak with your medical physician first before trying.

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Here is the information for Bentonite Clay and the Citations-

Natural clays have been used to heal skin infections since the earliest recorded history. Bentonite Clay is recognized as an antibacterial mechanism that could provide an inexpensive treatment for this and other skin infections, especially in global areas with limited hospitals and medical resources.*

Highlights of Bentonite Clay**:

•Bentonites can be cell protectors and reduce some of the side effects of drugs.

•Bentonites may cause undesired effects, such as apoptotic cell death.

•Low concentrations can increase viability and survival of other cell types.

•The ability of bentonite in biomedicine are emerging and uses are being improved.

Safety of Bentonite Consumption is also recognized by a number of medical physcians and journal articles. It may not be most the most tastey but Bentonite Clay can be used as a pharmaceutical and cosmetic product.***

CITATIONS:

*Williams, Lynda B., and Shelley E. Haydel. "Evaluation of the medicinal use of clay minerals as antibacterial agents." International geology review 52.7-8 (2010): 745-770.

**Nones, Janaína, et al. "Effects of bentonite on different cell types: A brief review." Applied Clay Science 105 (2015): 225-230.

***López-Galindo, A., C. Viseras, and P. Cerezo. "Compositional, technical and safety specifications of clays to be used as pharmaceutical and cosmetic products." Applied Clay Science36.1-3 (2007): 51-63.

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