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Bentonite clay is an absorbent clay that typically forms after volcanic ash ages. The name comes from the largest known deposit of bentonite clay located in Fort Benton, Montana. Zen's customers have used Bentonite Clay to assist with improving bone mass and cartilage restoration. Check out US Army Veteran, Richard's Testimonial,
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Earthy Bentonite Uses People have been using bentonite clay for centuries as a way to detoxify the body, improve digestion, improve skin tone, and more. This clay has a unique composition and can absorb “negatively charged” toxins that can accumulate in the body and keep it from functioning correctly. When it comes in contact with a toxin, chemical, or heavy metal, the clay will absorb the toxin and release its minerals for the body to use.
How to use Bentonite Clay:
On the skin: Bentonite clay is also a popular ingredient in skincare products. When a person uses it on the skin, bentonite clay may have the power to adsorb oils and bacteria. Combine purified water and bentonite clay to make a paste and apply on to your skin as a mask to calm any itching, burning, cuts, blemishes, or insect bites. Also applying a lotion or cream with bentonite clay in it creates a barrier between your skin and possible irritants.
Internally: When Bentonite Clay is consumed, it may absorb toxins or other unwanted substances from the digestive tract. Bentonite clay contains natural minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and iron, which may provide additional benefits.
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