Blue Montmorillonite Clay

Blue clay really draws out toxins and is best used for cysts and severe acne. Anti-inflammatory. Cobalt salts.

Why is clay effective against microbes? It's chemical. Work done by ASU and Western Carolina University students and chemists show that the negatively charged surfaces of clay attract multivalent ions, particularly metals. In turn, water is absorbed between layers of the crystal structure.

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Montmorillonite and Bentonite clays are smectite clays. Smectites have a high cation exchange rate and can absorb oils. These clays are a three layer structure as well. The layers here are held together with calcium or sodium cations making for a larger space between the layers. These clays are able to capture organic materials and effectively treat infections or to detox. Montmorillonite clay is green and comes from the Montmorillonite region in France. It is structurally very close to Bentonite clay. Bentonite clay is from the US, near Ft.Benton.