Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder
Bentonite Clay, also referred to as Montmorillonite clay powder, is one of the most effective and powerful healing clays. Bentonite can be used externally as a clay poultice, mud pack, or in the bath and, in skin care recipes. A good quality Bentonite Clay Powder should be a grey/cream color and anything bordering “pure white” is suspect. It has a very fine, velveteen feel and is odorless and non-staining.
Natural Bentonite Clay is composed of aged volcanic ash. The name comes from the largest known deposit of Bentonite Clay located in Fort Benton, Wyoming. Pure Bentonite Clay is a common ingredient in detox and cleansing products. It has an alkalizing effect on the body and when taken correctly, it can help balance gut bacteria.
Bentonite Clay Powder is a unique clay due to its ability to produce an “electrical charge” when hydrated. Upon contact with fluid, its electrical components change, giving it the ability to absorb toxins. Natural Bentonite Clay Powder is known for its ability to absorb and remove toxins, heavy metals, impurities, and chemicals.
Organic Bentonite Clay Powder carries a strong negative charge which bonds to the positive charge in many toxins. When it comes in contact with a toxin, chemical, or heavy metal, the clay will absorb the toxin and release its minerals for the body to use. Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder also helps get oxygen to cells as it pulls excess hydrogen and allows the cells to replace it with oxygen instead.
Calcium Bentonite Clay Uses
Skin Care Product
Use a paste of bentonite clay and water on skin irritation like blemishes, insect bites, cuts, skin itching, or burns. Leave it on until it dries and washes off. Give calming effect to skin itching from eczema, psoriasis, chickenpox, etc.
Poultice for Bites and Cuts
For more severe issues, create a poultice by putting a thick layer of clay on the skin and applying a wet gauze or cloth over it. Wrap the area and leave the poultice on, changing every 2 hours.
For smooth and healthy skin, Make a paste of bentonite and water and apply it to my face as a mask (a similar mask is used in many spas). Leave on for 20 minutes and wash off. Typically do this once or twice a week.
Whiten and Rematerialize Teeth
Besides using my tooth powder, Use Bentonite powder mixed with water as an alkalizing and toxin removing mouth rinse. Mix 1/2 teaspoon of bentonite clay supplement clay in 1/4 cup water in a small jar with a plastic lid and shake well. Then, rinse with the water for 1-2 minutes and repeat until I’ve used it all.
Bentonite Clay Powder can be used as a daily facial cleanser. It is gentle and can be used in place of harsh facial cleansers. In addition, you can make different homemade soaps using Bentonite Clay.
Plain Bentonite Clay makes a very soothing baby powder for use when there is infection or redness. It can also be made into a clay “mask” to help speed recovery in this area. Add about 1/4 cup of Bentonite Clay to a bath for a relaxing detox bath that softens skin.
Bentonite Clay Benefits
Germs Free Teeth
Bentonite Clay possesses antibacterial properties that can kill harmful bacteria that reside between teeth and gums. Like charcoal, Pure Calcium Bentonite Clay is also abrasive and can be used to remove plaque but without hurting the enamel of your teeth.
Bentonite Clay can be used for making a hair mask that removes all the dead skin cells, excess oils, dirt, and other toxins from your scalp and hair. Therefore, raw bentonite clay promotes a clean and healthy scalp.
Bentonite Clay for Feet
You can make DIY recipes with calcium bentonite powder that can detoxify the skin of your feet and provide deep relaxation and relief from pain; You can also use Lavender Essential Oil with ACV and Bentonite clay to treat feet problems such as fungus, bad odor, and swollen tissues.
Natural calcium bentonite can be used as a hair mask to make your hair strong, clean, and healthy by adding water, ACV, cast almonds, and sweet almond oil. It will also give a pleasant aroma to your hair strands.
Good for Skin Rashes
Use Pure Bentonite Clay Powder to soothe diaper rash and other types of skin rashes. Even Use of Bentonite Clay Powder helpful in minor burns, bug bites, and Poison Ivy Rash. White bentonite clay absorbent and healing properties soothe the irritation associated with skin rashes.
Relax Muscle Pain
Use Organic Calcium Bentonite Clay to get quick relief from muscle spasms, sprain, and muscle pain. Make a Mixture of natural calcium bentonite clay with Wintergreen and Peppermint Oil, Epsom Salt, with baking soda, which is helpful in faster relief of sore muscles and weakness problems.
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CAUTION: It is meant for external purposes. Keep it away from the reach of your kids and avoid direct contact with eyes.
Buy Natural Bentonite Clay Powder at Wholesale Price in Bulk
VedaOils is one of the Largest Suppliers, Manufacturers & Wholesale Exporters of Bentonite Clay Powder and Other Natural Clays in India. Our Natural clays do not contain any artificial colors and preservatives. We offer the best and premium organic Bentonite Clay Powder that it has skin purifying and detoxifying properties and only naturally made clay powder can provide the best results.
Veda Oils offers Pure Bentonite Clay Powder is 100% organic as we perform numerous tests and quality checks to ensure that only the premium quality calcium bentonite clay powder reaches you. We also employ the highest quality and delivery standards to supply the desired results of our products. We offer bentonite clay online at the best price in India.
You can buy Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder online for industrial use, pottery, crafts, skincare products, hair care products, and other uses through VedaOils’ Online Portal. Our portal uses a secure payment gateway to run smooth and safe transactions. You can also Buy bentonite clay powder in bulk quantity at the lowest price in India at VedaOils. Leave a query in our Bulk Enquiry section to know more about the products.
Check out bentonite clay price per kg as we offer this product in 100gm, 500gm, 1kg, 5kg, 10 Kg quantities. We also export natural bentonite clay in bulk quantities in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, Philippines and other countries. We also deliver the products across different countries using our logistic partners DHL, FedEx Blue Dart, India Post, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is Bentonite Clay good for hair?
Yes, it makes your hair strong, clean, and healthy.
Q: Is Bentonite Clay and Multani Mitti the same?
Yes, in India Bentonite Clay is referred to as Multani Mitti.
Q: Is Bentonite Clay good for skin?
Yes, because it detoxifies the skin, soothes, and nourishes it.
Q: Is Bentonite Clay a protein treatment?
Bentonite Clay can be used for protein treatment as it can absorb protein and essential nutrients from other ingredients.
Q: Can Bentonite Clay be eaten?
Yes, it can be consumed internally but in very small quantities.
Q: Does Bentonite Clay remove hair color?
It does not spoil hair color but you should usually avoid adding Bentonite Clay while coloring hair.
Q: Does Bentonite Clay contain lead?
Bentonite Clay might contain lead and the concentration depends on the purity of the Bentonite Clay that you are using.
Q: Does Bentonite Clay remove acne scars & dark Spots?
Yes, it can be helpful for the treatment of acne, scars, and dark spots, as it fights against bacteria, fungal, and yeast infections.
Q: Will Bentonite Clay cause constipation?
terilized clay and non-sterilized clay differ in terms of their microbial content and potential risks associated with their use. Here's a breakdown of the key differences: Microbial Content: Sterilized clay has been subjected to a sterilization process that eliminates or significantly reduces the microbial population present in the clay. This is typically achieved through methods such as heat treatment or chemical sterilization. As a result, sterilized clay is considered free from harmful microorganisms like bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens. Non-sterilized clay, on the other hand, has not undergone any such sterilization process and may contain various microorganisms, including potential pathogens. Risk of Contamination: The use of non-sterilized clay carries a higher risk of introducing potentially harmful microorganisms into the environment or any applications involving the clay. These microorganisms could be harmful to human health, plant life, or other organisms depending on the specific context. Sterilized clay, being free from such contaminants, poses a lower risk of introducing unwanted microorganisms. Applications: Sterilized clay is commonly preferred in applications where maintaining a sterile or controlled environment is crucial. For example, in laboratories, research facilities, or medical settings where the absence of microbial contamination is vital, sterilized clay may be used. Non-sterilized clay, on the other hand, may find applications in situations where microbial presence is not a concern or where the clay is intended for uses such as construction, pottery, or gardening. Shelf Life: Sterilized clay typically has a longer shelf life compared to non-sterilized clay. The sterilization process eliminates or reduces the microbial activity in the clay, which helps to prolong its stability over time. Non-sterilized clay, with its inherent microbial population, may be more prone to spoilage or degradation over extended periods. When using clay for any specific purpose, it's important to consider the requirements of the application and choose sterilized or non-sterilized clay accordingly. Sterilization ensures a clean and controlled clay product, reducing the risks associated with microbial contamination. However, if microbial presence is not a concern or if the clay will be used in applications where sterility is not essential, non-sterilized clay may be a suitable choice.
Difference Between Sterilized and Nonsterilized clay?
Q: Can this be used for skin
yes all our clays are safe to use on skin and hair
Q: Is this sodium or calcium bentonite clay?
It's Calcium Bentonite Clay Powder.
Q: Is this bentonite clay edible? is this food grade? if yes please tell me how to intake?
Our bentonite clay is cosmetic grade, it can only be used externally.
Q: Is NANO-BENTONITE CLAY ?
No, This is Standard BENTONITE CLAY
Q: Hello, I bought 1 kg STERILE bentonite clay but it is pure white. Is it chemically cleaned, or bleached? It looks like the white bentonite coming from the Chinese chemical factories. I want to take it internally for detox, but in one of your Q&A you say it is a cosmetic grade. Kindly let me know if I can get it internally. Thank you! Tatyana
Not for Consumption, This is Cosmetic Grade Clay.