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Referencing the hydrothermal influences from underground aquifers that helped form this clay, AquiTerra (rather than Aquaterra) is composed primarily of kaolinite clay with a mix of other clays along with a small amount of ormus clay, all naturally occurring during its formation.
AquiTerra has a mild taste with a subtle caramel flavor, primarily used for facials, skin blemishes, rashes, or cuts.
Internally this clay can be slowing to the bowels in amounts over a teaspoon, so it is best reserved for loose bowel applications, or combined with Ancient Mineral Blend to offset this effect. It is not recommended internally for those with constipation.
As a kaolinite, it does not have free electrons available for bonding with toxins, so it is not used in the bath, nor is it used internally for the purpose of detoxification.
Ingredients: AquiTerra Clay
External use: Mix 2 parts clay to 1 part water or oil. Apply to skin 1/8-1/4 inch (3-6 mm). Leave on for 20 minutes or as long as desired (even overnight).
Internal use:1 teaspoon (4 capsules) in the morning or midday and again just before bed for purposes of slowing the bowels.
High-Level Use: 1 tablespoon (12 capsules) morning and evening. 9 oz is a one month supply at 1 tablespoon per day for purposes of slowing the bowels in extreme cases.
Precautions: If you are on prescription medications do not take this clay internally without the advice of your healthcare provider, then separate the clay and meds by at least 1 hour before or after. This is due to clay’s powerful ability to cleanse petrochemicals, heavy metals and poisons out of the body.