Malawi Brownish Kaolin Clay Chunks (Dothi Laku Malawi) 100g

Africanos Foods

£0.99

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Product Code: MRBKCC
Key product features
  • Malawi Reddish Brown Clay Chunks 100g
  • Ideal for use in all clay traditional therapies.
  • Rich in iron oxide and copper and low in aluminum
  • With it's rich natural ingredients minerals from Malawi
  • Creamy and Earthy, shipped in chunks form to ensure purity

Product description

Malawi Brownish Red Kaolin Clay Benefits & Uses
Red Kaolin Clays constitute ingredients which can be used in many different ways in natural skincare. Red kaolin clayRed Kaolin Clays its stronger drawing power or ability power makes it ideal for acne-prone and oily skin types.
This clay is rich in iron oxide and copper and low in aluminum and it was traditionally used in treating abdominal pains, joint pain and washing to protect oneself from infections and disease. Red Kaolin clay has anti-inflammatory property good in treating skin that is inflamed and gums. It relieves pain caused by contusion, hematoma and bruises. It’s also reduces swelling on affected areas. Like the other Kaolin clays, it also stimulates blood circulation.


Red Clays are a natural source of all the minerals contained in a living organism. They have been used by all living creatures to cope with various health problems since prehistoric times. Animals eat and roll in them instinctively when they are sick, or even when healthy – in order to remain healthy

Mineral Deficiency and Supplementation

Clay provides an impressive assortment of minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese, and silica as well as trace elements - those appearing in very tiny amounts. Without the basic minerals, life cannot exist; without the trace minerals, major deficiencies will develop. The lack of either will make it impossible for the body to maintain good health.


WHAT CELEBRIES SAY ABOUT EATING CLAY


Shailene Woodley


In an interview with celebrity website ITG

https://intothegloss.com/2014/03/shailene-woodley-hair/

http://www.zimbio.com/Screen+News/articles/Zp8xKKRNlIj/Shailene+Woodley+Wrote+Essay+Health+Benefits

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/shailene-woodley-natural-lifestyle/story?id=23552250


http://www.today.com/health/eating-clay-sunning-ladyparts-shailene-woodleys-divergent-opinions-health-beauty-2D79412260