Saturday, February 14, 2015

Indian healing Clay Review



I love clay or mud masks but what I love most about the Indian Healing Clay is that it comes in powder form and I can reconstitute how much I like, when I need it. You can use clay for facial masks, mud baths, food soaks, bruises, insect bites, achy joints etc. Clay is just so versatile. 

Using it for my joints is my newest way of using the Indian healing Clay. I just mix up what I need to cover the spot I want to treat I like to use hot water to make it warm, then apply to area, let dry like normal, I then put a hot washcloth or hand towel on the area and then wash off. Feels so good. Please remember to test it on a small part of your body to make sure that it is not too hot. 

You can buy Indian healing Clay on Amazon.


Here is what Majestic Pure has to say about their product. 
ndian Healing Clay Powder  - 100% Pure Sodium Bentonite, 16 Oz
Therapeutic Grade - Face Skin Care, Deep Skin Pore Cleansing, Detoxifying, Revitalization
Better Detoxifying Power Than Calcium Bantonite

PURE Indian Healing Clay from WYOMING, USA - Premium Quality - No Additives
Excellent for Face Skin Care:  Deep Skin Pore Cleansing, Detoxifying And Revitalization. Works on Oily and sensitive skin as well. Clay makes a fabulous facial mask, for shrinking pores, tightening and toning skin, removing impurities, and just making your skin look and feel great.
PREMIUM QUALITY THERAPEUTIC GRADE CLAY: Sodium Bentonite has a electromagnetic properties making it very absorbent and helpful for drawing out Metals and Toxins. Clay baths and foot soaks draw toxins from the skin and through the pores
SOOTHING SKIN: Helps to sooth and heal including cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings etc

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