Redmond Clay Facial Mud Hydrated Clay - 4oz.
Redmond Clay First Aid Hydrated Clay – 4oz.
Redmond Clay First Aid is a key component of your first-aid kit. In fact, for many people, Redmond Clay is their first-aid kit! Its uses
are almost unlimited, but it is used most often for the following:
- Swelling & sprains
- Cuts, scrapes and road rash
- Severe dry skin & irritation
- Insect stings and bites
- Diaper rash
- Ring worm
- Athlete’s foot
Its strong drawing powers allow it to pull out infections or reduce swelling. These same properties are highly useful for soothing any
insect stings or bites, poison ivy, poison oak and other nettles that cause stinging or rashes to the skin. When an emergency strikes
whether large or small, Redmond Clay First Aid is going to be the one item you want at your fingertips
What is Redmond Clay?
Redmond Clay is a rare volcanic ash that is found in central Utah. The composition of this clay is unique in that it is high in sodium
bentonite and calcium bentonite. This combination of properties makes it highly effective in:
- Adsorption: The molecular level of the clay is such that it works as a magnet for the body. It attaches itself to toxins, heavy
metals and free radicals carrying them out of the body.
- Absorption: Redmond Clay has a strong pulling or drawing effect. This allows it to function similar to a sponge in drawing out
swelling, bacteria, toxins, heavy metals, and also absorbes as it goes through the digestive tract to help rid the body of potentially
- pH: Redmond Clay is an alkaline substance, measuring 8.7-9.8 on the pH scale (7 is neutral). This level of alkaline allows it
to be effective in neutralizing heartburn, reflux, and upset stomachs. Research suggests that drinking alkaline mineral water helps
prevent bone loss, improving long-term health, as well as, a variety of other benefits.
- Minerals: Redmond Clay is high in trace minerals our bodies need to function. It contains over 60 trace minerals necessary for
chemicals reactions and proper function of the bodies systems. As our modern diets become less mineral rich, supplements like this
make up the difference.
About Redmond Clay
Redmond Clay is an old Home Remedy that generations of people have used for a variety of ailments. Clay&s origins are as old as the
practice of putting a mud poultice on a bee sting. Geologically, Redmond Clay is volcanic ash that was deposited in sea water approximately
150 million years ago. Technically, Redmond Clay is a swelling-type sodium bentonite. Redmond Minerals brings this clay of a
thousand usesâ to market in its natural state with no additives, chemicals or preservatives. The only processing it undergoes
is crushing and screening.
Apply a generous layer (up to 1/4 inches thick) directly on skin over the affected area. Depending on your desired out come from the clay
you can cover the clay with a cheese cloth or plastic wrap to keep it moist or if you desire the tightening effect, not covering it will
cause more drawing and pulling. If you want this tightening effect, as you would for a bee sting, mosquito bite, boil, spider bite,
stinging nettle, or minor cuts, leave it on until it is almost, but not totally dry, then remove. If you want a more cooling and soothing
effect, as for burns, scrapes and bruises, cover the gel with a plastic covering or wet cloth so it won’t dry out. To remove the clay pack,
simply wash it off with water and a gentle rubbing motion. Do not reuse the clay pack. Other external uses are using the clay as
a talcum powder or a diapering powder. Reapply clay as needed.
Ingredients: Purified Water, Redmond Clay (Bentonite clay of the montmorillonite family)
Minerals found in Redmond Clay First Aid:
- Calcium : Strong bones and teeth, nerve function, muscle contraction, and blood clotting.
- Potassium : Maintains fluid and electrolyte balance, cell integrity, muscle contractions, and nerve impulse transmissions.
- Magnesium : Converting energy from food, cell repair, building strong bones, teeth and muscles, and regulating body temperature.
- Iron : Red blood cells and muscle function, white blood cells and the immune system.
- Iodine : Component of thyroid hormones that help regulate growth, developement, and metabolic rate.
- Zinc : Immune system and the break down of protein, fat, and carbohydrates.
- Selenium : Antioxidant. Works with vitamin E to protect body from oxidation.
- Phosphorus : Helps the body make energy. It is part of every cell membrane. Every cell in the body needs phosphorus to function normally.
- Chromium : Associated with insulin and is required for the release of energy from glucose.
- Copper : Necessary for the absorption and utilization of iron and supports formation of hemoglobin and several enzymes.