Pascalite & Goldenseal Clay
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Specially mined clay in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming. This is a bentonite clay that is unlike any other you have ever used. It blends with liquids to make a smooth paste that feels like silk. It is slow to dry out and does not adhere to the skin like cheaper clays. Great as a facial mask or use as a poultice for bee stings, bug bites, or poison ivy.
- Natural minerals found in pascalite clay are silicon, aluminum, magnesium, iron, calcium, copper, sodium, titanium and trace amounts of potassium, phosphorus, manganese, barium, chromium, cobalt, vanadium, boron, nickel, gallium, zirconium, strontium, and cadmium.
- Most of these minerals are in oxide form, easily assimilated by the body.
Goldenseal has long been used for infection or infected skin areas. Goldenseal has natural antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, anti-viral properties. Internal it has numerous properties such as fighting infection to peptic ulcers or H-pylori. Typically Native Americans would use it for wounds, burns, skin infections, abscess, deep cuts, or on areas where infection or pus was present. Research shows Goldenseal has alleviated staph, strep, and MRSA both internal and external.
Myrrh and astringent, analgesic, antibiotic, antiviral, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, antioxidant, antimicrobial herb used topically from open sores, infected skin, surgical wounds, and pus-filled skin. Myrrh, been used even in bible times during Jesus burial
3oz zip lock foil bag
Ingredients: Pascalite Clay and wildcrafted myrrh and goldenseal
Add 1 tsp to water, vinegar, cleanser or toner and mix. Using a fanning brush, apply to face. Allow to dry for 15 minutes. Wipe off with warm water. Follow-up with a facial cleanser or cream.
If applying to bug bites, bee stings, poison ivy mix with water or vinegar. If using as a poultice, use vinegar.