Blue clay is well known for its trace elements. It contains iron, silicon, cobalt, cadmium, phosphorus, copper, iodine, sulphur and other micro-elements important for health.
People use this clay for the treatment of joint diseases such as rheumatism and arthritis, rubbing the sore spot with clay water or using poultices.
As well as for ailments of the stomach and intestines, drinking a small amount mixed with water.
This type of clay is widely used by cosmetologists. Masks made from it have been known to smooth out wrinkles, eliminate pigmentation, and rejuvenate the skin.
A versatile, earthy edible natural clay powder from Europe. Uses include both internal and external application: Externally, can be applied as a poultice, in lotions, compresses, wraps, face masks, clay bath. Internally, drink a small amount mixed with water.