What is Bentonite


“Bentonite clay is formed by the decomposition of volcanic ash, having the ability to absorb large quantities of water and to expand to several times it’s normal volume. Bentonite clay has been used for centuries by our ancestors.”

“Modern-day researchers have discovered what indigenous peoples all over the world have known for thousands of years – clay has powerful properties.”

“A valuable clay, formed by the decomposition of volcanic ash, that swells as it absorbs water: used as a filler in the building industry/dam sealing, paper, and pharmaceutical industries.”

 

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