Healing with Redmond Clay

by Purple Herbal

I’ve been using this type of clay called Redmond Clay for the past few months and absolutely love it.

I bought it mainly to use on my skin, as a clay mask to draw out impurities from and shrink my pores. I did not expect to learn that this clay can be used internally to help with stomach upsets. It’s truly a remarkable and totally versatile product. Also, there are lots of minerals like iron, iodine, magnesium, and manganese, as well as trace minerals like chromium in the clay that the body is able to absorb.

The texture of the clay is lot slippery than other clays I’ve used. It kind of reminds me of the slippery elm paste I used to use on my skin. The clay can be used on cuts, bruises, rashes, acne, and burns. It’s not just a beauty treatment. It can also be used when first aid treatment is necessary.

I read about a woman who was in an accident that involved broken glass, and had a bad infection in her leg that would not heal. She’d use the clay as a poultice during the day on the infection. After taking off the poultice one night,  she found a shard of glass in the clay that had been pulled out of her wound! She healed quickly after that. Just goes to show how intense the drawing powers of this clay are!!

From Redmond Clay’s website:

Many years ago in what is now central Utah, a range of volcanoes erupted–sending volcanic ash into the waters of the ancient Sundance Sea. The water in this sea evaporated, leaving behind a bed of mineral-rich bentonite clay.

For many generations, native Indians carried a ball of clay with them in their packs, some of which they dissolved in water and ingested with their meals. Clay, a product of Mother Earth, was a natural medicine used by the natives for fighting many stomach ailments, dysentery, and food infections.

How does Redmond Clay work?

Bentonite clay has a negative electrical charge, attracting positively charged toxins. The formation of bentonite resembles tiny business card shapes, with negatively charged wide surfaces and positively charged edges, providing a powerful drawing effect. As most toxins are positively charged, clay naturally rids the body of toxins as it pulls and holds the toxins into its core.

How do people use Redmond Clay?

Throughout history, people have used bentonite clay when suffering from occasional diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, stomachache, acid indigestion, acid reflux, and other sever digestive problems. Clay has also been mixed into a poultice and applied to cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings, boils, rashes, acne, burns, severe dry skin, and achy joints.

Redmond Clay™ remains as pure today as it was when the Fremont indians discovered its uses many years ago. We extract the clay from the earth and bring it to you in its pure, natural state. Discover for yourself the healing benefits of Redmond Clay. Many people consider it their first aid kit in a bottle.