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French Green Clay

It is so good to be providing educational information to you. We here at Positive Life Changes, LLC have been very busy this last year expanding our business by adding over a hundred new tinctures, extracts and other products. WE have brought in some specialty products like Gold Coin Grass, Butterfly Pea Flower and Montmorillonite clay (French Green Clay). The French green clay is what I will be educating you about in this article.


What is it?


French green clay (Montmorillonite) is quarry mined from naturally occurring deposits in France and is untreated, with a beautiful light green color and soft texture and is sometimes called sea clay. It is by far one of the most effective and most used mineral skin clays found in the world. Green clay owes its coloration to two very important factors: iron oxide and decomposed plant matter and is made up of: montmorillonite, as well as dolomite, magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, aluminum, silicon, copper, selenium, and cobalt- all alkalizing to the blood and tissues and foundational in the production of other elements through nuclear transformations or biological transformations. The natural green tones found in this luxurious clay are from the very cycles of life that the earth uses to regenerate herself. Unlike other clays where key elements work in symbiosis off of each other, French green clay contains several elements which act as their own “body,” meaning that each element is responsible for working the outer epidermis in its own way and in dispensing their biological constituents as best as possible.


Not all are the same

Contrary to popular belief, not all French green clay originates in France. At one time, all of the world’s supply was mined in France. As this clay became more popular, similar deposits were found in Wyoming, Montana, China, and other European countries. These varieties are all marketed under the moniker “French green clay.”


What does it do?

French green clay has enormous absorbent powers due to the constitution of its micro molecules. It literally “drinks” oils, toxic substances, and impurities from your skin. Its toning action stimulates the skin. French green clay is great for helping to clear occasional skin blemishes. It is a common ingredient in many skincare products providing a natural exfoliant that helps remove dead skin cells, stimulate cell regeneration, and helps remove impurities and blemishes from the skin helping the skin to look clearer. Use it daily on trouble spots, or weekly as part of a complete facial treatment.

Many people use French Green Clay in products such as masks or in scrubs to help pull impurities from skin, exfoliate the skin and tighten pores.

· 3 teaspoons French green clay

· Essential oil (jojoba oil, almond oil, or argon oil)

· Mineral water (can use colloidal silver or distilled water)

Procedure

1. Into a glass bowl, and depending on the area you mask is expected to cover, add the 3 teaspoons of French green clay. If you are using the mask for the face, 3 teaspoons are enough for a single coverage. However, if you wish to apply the mask on a bigger area like the neck region, you will need to add more clay powder.

2. Add mineral water into the clay as you stir. Stirring as you pour in the water is crucial since it aid s you in forming a smooth paste which in the end is easy to apply on the skin. The clay box will contain some instructions and you must follow them as well.


Is drinking green clay recommended?

Drinking green clay is recommended in the case where you have an extremely high level of toxins. It is however very important that you drink more water sometime after you have taken green clay. This is to avoid cases of constipation that come in the case where the clay absorbs too much water from your system.


What are the health benefits of eating/drinking green clay?

Generally, ingesting clay will cleanse and detoxify your body. The negative charge of French green clay ions explains its ability to attract the positively charged toxins. The minerals are in very small or colloidal particles. They are extremely fine-grained and thin-layered…more so than any of the other clay minerals. The layers contain ions that are very loosely, bound to one another…and, easily exchangeable. Not only will acidic toxins, like graphene iron oxide stick to its outside surface; but, numerous toxic elements and organic matter will enter the space between the layers. As it goes through your system, the clay collects all the parasites, viruses, bad bacteria and other toxins including graphene (the only known supplement that can) and drives them out of the body regenerating the organs to function at its optimal level. It has also been known to help those with skin ailments (such as eczema and acne), diarrhea, constipation, anemia, chronic infections, exposure to pesticides, insecticides (and other, acidic, toxins), arthritis, acid reflux, infertility, liver disease, obesity, hair loss, heavy-metal poisoning, and diabetes.

According to Dr. Robert O. Young, a research scientist at the pH Miracle Center, states, “ montmorillonite clay has the ability to neutralize dietary, metabolic, respiratory, environmental acids found in the blood and interstitial fluids and protect the body cells from biological transformation leading to the creation of bacteria, yeast and/or mold. The beautiful thing about the green clay is that it can adsorb and then absorbs micro and nano particulates and their toxins or acids over 100 times it own mass.” The Healing Properties of a Smectite Montmorillonite Terra pHirma Clay (drrobertyoung.com)

Now that you realize how valuable this supplement is, you will want to get some for yourself. I have plenty in stock! Stock up now! Good Health to You

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