Drinking Redmond Clay without the taste
Most Redmond Clay customers don’t mind the flavor of clay water, but here’s a great way to drink Redmond Clay water that even the most sensitive taste buds will be able to enjoy.
Drinking Clay Powder
Mix 1-2 teaspoons of Redmond Clay powder with a glass of water or juice. Most people don’t mind the subtle taste or texture, sometimes described as chalky.
Off the Top
You can prepare Redmond Clay water in advance, making it easier to drink daily. Add ¼ cup of clay to a two-quart glass pitcher of water. Stir in the clay, then place the pitcher in the refrigerator. Within a few hours, much of the clay will settle to the bottom of the pitcher, leaving mostly clear water that can be poured off each day as you drink your glass of clay. As the pitcher empties and more sediment ends up in your cup than you care to drink, throw away the remaining sediment, wash the pitcher, and repeat the process. This is a convenient way to drink Redmond Clay, and Raymond Dextreit, author of Our Earth Our Cure, says it provides basically the same benefit as drinking clay mixed with water.
Swallowing Clay Capsules
For people who like the convenience of swallowing pills instead of mixing powder, Redmond Clay is available in vegetarian capsules. Follow the directions on the bottle of Redmond Clay capsules.