Sunday, November 06, 2011

Montmorillonite Clay Can Keep Your Skin and Hair Healthy

'In the beginning God gave to every people...a cup of clay; and, from this cup...they drank their life'.

We have long heard of people eating clay known as either 'geophagy' (pronounced...gee-off-uh-gee), or, 'pica'. Taber's Cyclopedia Medical Dictionary defines geophagy as 'a condition in which the patient eats inedible substances such as chalk, or earth'. And, it defines pica as 'a perversion of appetite with cravings for substances not fit for food such as clay, ashes or plaster'.

This craving I perceive is not perverted at all; but, makes sense when you know what clay contains and what it does for the skin. It has been credited with improving the skin of many people suffering from a wide range of challenges. These include: skin ailments such as eczema and acne, dry skin, oily skin, rashes, sores, bruises, skin discoloration or spots on skin, moles, dandruff and even hair-loss, just to name a few.

Clay provides an impressive assortment of minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, sodium and silica -- all alkalizing to the skin and foundational in the production of other elements through nuclear transformations or biological transformations. Read more...

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