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Clay-Bentonite (Sodium)

Clay-Bentonite (Sodium) from Aromatics

Clay-Bentonite (Sodium)

Description

Bentonite Clay is used both internally and externally. Gray/cream color, this is one of the most popular clays. This Bentonite Clay is a Sodium Bentonite and 100% natural without additives. Created from Volcanic ash and sun-dried, this clay expands when wet, absorbing as much as several times its dry mass in water.  It contains over 61% Silica.  The mineral content is large with 25-35 trace minerals. This clay is found throughout Montana and Wyoming, this clay coming from Wyoming.  There is another clay called Bentonite Calcium - this is simply bentonite clay with calcium added to stop expansion.  

Some uses:

  • Clay Mask - draws excess oils, debrisand toxins to the surface, aborbing them & boosting circulation and stimulating blood flow.  
  • Detox Bath - use 2-3 ounces in bath water and soak. 
  • Poultice - 1:1 clay to water.  Mix thoroughly and apply to the affected area. This is one of the best clays to use for a poultice. 

Considered Mesh Size - US#200 Mesh.  

Properties
Country of Origin USA
Applications + Recipes

Recipe for a Clay Mask:  (Can be used on your entire body)

2 Tablespoons Clay
1 Tablespoon Pure Water (add more or less depending on the consistency you like)

Mix the water in slowly while stirring.  Can add 1 drop of essential oil such as German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita).
Apply to your face and leave on for 15-20 minutes.  Rinse with warm water.  I like to use a hydrosol as a toner.  Enjoy your radiant skin!


Options:  Use hydrosol for the water part for a more hydrating mask. 

Recipes
Batch History
Batch Number Distillation Date
CLAY-BENTONITE 2016

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Description

Bentonite Clay is used both internally and externally. Gray/cream color, this is one of the most popular clays. This Bentonite Clay is a Sodium Bentonite and 100% natural without additives. Created from Volcanic ash and sun-dried, this clay expands when wet, absorbing as much as several times its dry mass in water.  It contains over 61% Silica.  The mineral content is large with 25-35 trace minerals. This clay is found throughout Montana and Wyoming, this clay coming from Wyoming.  There is another clay called Bentonite Calcium - this is simply bentonite clay with calcium added to stop expansion.  

Some uses:

  • Clay Mask - draws excess oils, debrisand toxins to the surface, aborbing them & boosting circulation and stimulating blood flow.  
  • Detox Bath - use 2-3 ounces in bath water and soak. 
  • Poultice - 1:1 clay to water.  Mix thoroughly and apply to the affected area. This is one of the best clays to use for a poultice. 

Considered Mesh Size - US#200 Mesh.  

Properties
Country of Origin USA
Applications + Recipes

Recipe for a Clay Mask:  (Can be used on your entire body)

2 Tablespoons Clay
1 Tablespoon Pure Water (add more or less depending on the consistency you like)

Mix the water in slowly while stirring.  Can add 1 drop of essential oil such as German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita).
Apply to your face and leave on for 15-20 minutes.  Rinse with warm water.  I like to use a hydrosol as a toner.  Enjoy your radiant skin!


Options:  Use hydrosol for the water part for a more hydrating mask. 

Recipes
Batch History
Batch Number Distillment Date
CLAY-BENTONITE 2016

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