This pascalite clay fine powder is highly versatile; for both internal and external use. 100% pure Pascalite.
The Many Uses of Pascalite Clay
Pascalite is so versatile that there are countless reasons you should use it often. It is an inexpensive and natural all-purpose alternative remedy and should be kept available for use at all times. Many users report that they feel Pascalite is more powerful, yet more gentle, and superior, than the other clays. There are multiple varieties of different colors of clay, known by many different names, each with its own properties, mineral makeup, and uses. Clay is known to possess both adsorbent and absorbent powers. The natural tendency of clay is to absorb toxins and suck the poison from an environment. Clay is negatively charged and toxins are positively charged. Clay has the power to attract toxins (like a magnet) and stimulate the evacuation of toxic and non-useful elements. It soaks up impurities and toxins (like a sponge), allowing these to attach to the clay, and then clay acts as a catalyst to eliminate them. Use plastic spoon to stir.
Clay helps your body heal itself by going to the unhealthy place where toxins and impurities are lodged, and draws them out. It seems to have the ability to know where to center itself to provide the best possible benefit. In this way, clay functions with a kind of wisdom.
Below are just some of the great ways Pascalite clay is used:
Spider & Bug/Insect Bites
Cuts & Scrapes
Rashes & Skin Ailments
Acne & Other Skin Issues
Animals & Plants
Detoxes & Baths
Clay: Simple & Natural Wound Care
Clay is a natural live medium, which helps generate and maintain life. At the company in Worland, Wyoming, we use the finest clay for the most effective natural wound care around.
Perfect for maintaining good health, as well as for healing and therapeutic purposes, clay is a wonderful natural alternative to other standard methods.
Clay can be mixed with water or other mediums to form a kind of paste for soothing and drawing out toxins, or it can be used dry as a deodorant, and in baths.
Contact us to learn more about natural wound care through the healing powers of Pascalite clay.
Classification & Location
Pascalite is classified as a calcium bentonite/montmorillonite and is considered a white clay, though it actually has a cream color to it. It is of the non-swelling type and is found in Nature's Own Laboratory, at 8,600 feet in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, USA. Situated in a beautiful and secluded valley, the mine is miles away from any electricity or plumbing. Because Pascalite is located in a high-vortex area, our unique clay has an unusually strong energy level.
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