Discovered in the early 1930’s in the remote Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming, Pascalite Clay is a calcium bentonite white clay. Chemical analysis of Pascalite Clay confirm it contains: silicon, iron, calcium, magnesium, titanium, sodium, chromium, copper, manganese, barium, cobalt, boron, potassium, vanadium, nickel, cadmium, gallium, strontium, phosphorus, and zirconium. The stuff has a number of uses, internally and externally. If you ever get the chance to take a mud bath in pascalite clay, do it – you won’t regret it.
Ideas about Pascalite Clay
Some think of Pascalite Clay as a living rock dust that has a pulsating energy with the unique ability to block negative or noxious energies. Discussions and questions have been raised on whether Pascalite Clay can extract and purge poisons and toxins from a host. The crystalline structural lattice of Pascalite Clay has the ability to store and re-emit energy and according to Harvey C. Lisle, a chemical engineer specializing in biodynamics, placing Pascalite Clay near a television set or microwave will virtually counteract all harmful electromagnetic energy fields emitted from the devices.
Health Benefits of Pascalite Clay
- Pascalite Clay is a respected detoxifying agent.
- Pascalite Clay is small enough to work like a scrubbing agent in the intestinal mucous membranes, perhaps helping to increase the absorptive surface properties of the intestinal tract and improve digestion.
- Microbiological lab analysis indicates Pascalite Clay is sterile and does not encourage growth of Streptococcus, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and other disease related pathogens.
- Pascalite Clay can help alleviate acne, blemishes, and bites and helps develop exceptionally, beautiful skin.
- When taken internally, Pascalite Clay acts as a mineral supplement for many naturally occurring minerals in the body. Using this natural clay promotes a synergistic effect to the body which is not fully understood.
Pascalite Clay is affordable and is available as pre-mixed clay masks, poultices, and balm ointments. Genuine pascalite clay from Montana is generally available from quality, local merchants who take great care in what they do. It sounds more appealing than a tube of goo from Face Cream Inc.
If you do or have tried pascalite clay, let us know your experiences in the comments below.
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