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What can Calcium Bentonite do for you?

 
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I wanted to post a couple of articles about the power of calcium bentonite. This stuff is just as powerful and useful as diatomaceous earth. It is a really great combo together.

http://wellnessmama.com/5915/benefits-of-healing-clays/

http://draxe.com/10-bentonite-clay-benefits-uses/
 
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Redmond makes a conditioner that is essential to our livestock mineral program http://www.redmondnatural.com/products/redmond-conditioner/

Also, for human consumption, Redmond Clay http://www.redmondclay.com/about/
From first hand experience, this stuff takes the pain and blistering out of burns.
 
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Bobby Thoman wrote:Redmond makes a conditioner that is essential to our livestock mineral program http://www.redmondnatural.com/products/redmond-conditioner/

Also, for human consumption, Redmond Clay http://www.redmondclay.com/about/
From first hand experience, this stuff takes the pain and blistering out of burns.



I love Redmond's. I did not know they had a clay, thanks for sharing this.
 
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