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Naturally chelated trace minerals form of organic Montmorillonite with colloidal & ionic properties mined by us & wholesaled in bulk or 1 ton bags. Naturally chelated, colloidal trace minerals, perfect for your gardening and agricultural needs. Our customers range from formulators of soil amendments and fertilizers, to producers of capsules for human consumption, and packagers of mineral...
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Specializing in therapeutic clays for internal (edible clays) and external healing. Our all natural health product line also includes; Aromatherapy & Himalayan Salt Lamps. The information in this web site is presented for the educational and free exchange of ideas and speech in relation to health and wellness only. It is not intended to diagnose any physical or mental condition, or to recommend...
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Buy natural. Use natural. Be natural. Made with Calcium Montmorillonite clay, our vegan and cruelty free products offer you a unique opportunity to naturally heal yourself. Here at Adama Minerals we believe in the Earth’s ability to heal. Made with 100% pure Calcium Montmorillonite clay, our...
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A Revolutionary, Natural Toothpaste New Develpments in Natural Oral Care feature unique ingredients found in nature including ClayBrite toothpastes. New Develpments in Natural Oral Care feature unique ingredients found in nature including ClayBrite toothpaste's active ingredient of pure calcium...
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Bentonite is selectively extracted in dependence on its final use and is separately processed. The result is a high quality product with specific parameters. Bentonite is a clay rock with prevailing content of montmorillonite (smectite), which is a bearer of its characteristic properties....
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Calcium Bentonite is a natural clay formed from the weathering of volcanic ash in the presence of water. It is sometimes called montmorillonite or Pascalite. Clays, particularly bentonite clay, have been used for hundreds of years as natural medicinal remedies. Because of the great power of calcium bentonite for absorption and adsorption, it has many beneficial uses throughout the body for...
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Living Clay calcium bentonite detox clay products. Detox your body the safe, natural way with calcium bentonite clay. Living Clay is a weathered volcanic ash made up of numerous trace minerals in their natural oxide form that has evolved over millions of years into a super-charged, triple-swelling, green Calcium Bentonite Clay with Montmorillonite properties. Its negative electro-magnetic...
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A Dessicant Dry Cabinet is an enclosure with a supply of desiccant which maintains an internal environment of 1-50% RH. Desiccant dry cabinets are also called: desiccators, dry boxes, dehumidifying cabinets, and ultra low humidity storage cabinets. Desiccant itself is defined as: A substance that has a high affinity for water and is used as a drying agent – from the Latin word desiccans....
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Absorcare Desiccant International is ingaged in absorbent care technology, research and product the following products: silica gel desiccant, clay desiccant, lime desiccant, calcium chloride desiccant, montmorillonite desiccant, desiccant paper, container desiccant, reusable desiccant, desiccant bags, molecular sieve. Absorcare Container Desicant Silica Gel Nowadays, means of container...
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OMRI Listed MineralMAXX Organic soil amendments for max soil & plant health. MineralMAXX will revitalize your plant materials, hydroponics and more! Welcome to MineralMAXX! Founded by growers for growers. We are leading the remineralization movement by offering the highest quality, highly mineralized, organic soil amendments. MineralMAXX organic soil amendment contains all 21+ minerals used by...
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ClayHealing.com: 100% Pure Calcium Bentonite Clay, Living Clay,smectite clay, montmorillonite clay, pascalite clay. For thousands of years, clays have been used to beautify and refresh the skin. Even Cleopatra used clay as part of her beauty ritual, as did spas built in Rome more than 4500 years ago. Native Americans have used desert clay for centuries. Clays have recently received a revival as...
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What is it, and where did it come from? Chemically, Bentonite is a hydrous aluminum silicate. It is a tri-layered platelet called montmorillonite having tremendous absorption and swelling capabilities. In simpler terms, it is a result of volcanic ash that was spewed into the air millions of years ago and then settled in bodies of water. The ash and rock evolved into a soft waxy mineral over a...
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