Best way to use bentonite clay

How To Effectively Start Using Bentonite Clay

How To Effectively Start Using Bentonite Clay

Effectively Using Bentonite Clay

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Today I am going to show you how to effectively start using Bentonite Clay.

I love using bentonite clay and have found it a real game changer in many ways.  I have been using bentonite clay for over five years now and I still have a lot more to learn about how truly amazing it is.


Word Of Warning When handling Bentonite Clay

It is important to note that when you are using bentonite clay, you do not let it come into contact with anything metal, because the clay will draw any impurities from it, making it less effective.  Always use glass, wooded tools when handling it.  If you do not have glass or wooden items then use plastic.

If you are taking medications please consult your medical adviser before adding to your routine.

If taking internally please introduce to your body slowly in small amounts and never over do the taking of bentonite clay.

 


What is Bentonite Clay?

Bentonite clay is a make-up of aged volcanic ash which is also known as ‘Montmorillonite’.  The name comes from one of the largest deposits of bentonite clay which is located in Fort Benton, Montana.

Bentonite clay is an odourless grey or cream in colour and a fine consistency.  What I really like about it is that it is really easy to work with.  When I am mixing it, it works well with my natural recipes.

Bentonite clay contains a high concentration of minerals such as:

  • Iron
  • Potassium
  • Sodium
  • Magnesium
  • Calcium
  • Silica

It also absorbs and removes toxins, impurities, heavy metals and chemicals.

Bentonite clay is a common ingredient in many external detox and cleansing products such as:

  • Mud masks
  • Skin care products
  • Poultices
  • Detox baths

It is also used for internal use because of its amazing ability to have an alkalizing effect on the body when taken correctly.  It is really good for bringing balance to the gut bacteria.


Where To Find Bentonite Clay?

You can purchase your very own bentonite clay here.


How To Effectively Start Using Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay is grey or cream in colour and should not be bright white in colour, if you find that you bentonite clay is a bright white then it may have gone bad.  The clay should also be odourless and not really have any taste.


Drinking Bentonite Clay For Internal Benefits

If you are planning on taking bentonite clay internally by mouth by either drinking it or eating it you could try this:

½ to 1 teaspoon into a glass jar with a plastic lid

Mix with pure water and shake until clay is mixed well then drink it right away.

Take one hour before meals

Take at least 2 hours before or after taking medication as this may reduce to the effectiveness of your medication.

Always consult your medical adviser before you start using.

I have found that drinking bentonite clay is a great way to remove toxins from the body and healing the digestion issues.

You can find out more about the benefits of Bentonite clay here.

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Using Bentonite Clay For External Benefits

Bentonite Clay As A Bath Soak

You can enjoy the benefits of bentonite clay by using it in your bath. You can do this by adding ¼ of a cup to your bath water and let the clay dissolve and just soak into the loveliness, this will leave your skin feeling silky soft.  I find that my skin feels nice and soft for a good couple of days after using in my bath soak.


Bentonite Clay As A Mouth Wash

You can use bentonite clay as a mouth wash by gargling in your mouth for 30 seconds to 1 minute and then spitting it out.  Then rinse your mouth with clean water and you are done.

Mix a ¼ teaspoon in a jar of pure water, just like when you are making it to drink.  You may want to use a little less water.


Bentonite Clay Face Mask

Mix the clay into a paste and apply to your face and leave on until it dries and then wash off with warm water.

You can do this wonderful face mask once to twice a week.

Bentonite clay face mask is really good for blemishes, skin irritations, scarring and red spots and much more.


Using Bentonite Clay For Cuts and Insect Bites

You can apply bentonite clay to cuts and insect bites.  You can do this by making a thick paste and apply it to the affected area and cover with a cloth, gauze and or bandage and let it sit for about 2 hours and ten rinse off.  You can repeat this if needed.

Where To Find Bentonite Clay?

You can purchase your very own bentonite clay here.

Bentonite Clay is an inexpensive but safe and natural way to get rid of toxins from your body. Bentonite clay is great if you’re a looking to clear skin irritations and or if you want to undergo a more dramatic internal detox.

Experiment with bentonite clay and experience this traditional and completely natural method of healing your body that has been practiced for hundreds if not thousands of years.


Word Of Warning When handling Bentonite Clay

It is important to note that when you are using bentonite clay, you do not let it come into contact with anything metal, because the clay will draw any impurities from it, making it less effective.  Always use glass, wooded tools when handling it.  If you do not have glass or wooden items then use plastic.

If you are taking medications please consult your medical adviser before adding to your routine.

If taking internally please introduce to your body slowly in small amounts and never over do the taking of bentonite clay.

Bentonite clay is a swelling clay and if taken internally in large amount it will expand in the body and interrupt the digestion process.

Where To Find Bentonite Clay?

You can purchase your very own bentonite clay here.


Conclusion

The possibilities are endless with the uses and benefits of bentonite clay.  As I mentioned early, I have been using it for over five years now and I am still learning more about how truly amazing it is.

If you have used bentonite clay let me know what you think by leaving me a comment in the comments section below.

Thank you for reading

Jennifer

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