Learn About Redmond Clay

Redmond Clay is a completely natural bentonite clay, extracted from the earth and brought to you in its pure, natural state. Redmond Clay is available as a fine powder, pre-hydrated gel, or in easy-to-swallow capsules.

Redmond Clay™ remains as pure today as it was when the Fremont indians discovered its uses long ago. As our world returns to more natural lifestyles, more and more people keep Redmond Clay in their medicine cabinets, first aid kits, and purses. Discover for yourself the healing benefits of Redmond Clay.

How does Redmond Clay work?

At a molecular level, Redmond has a negative electrical charge, attracting positively charged toxins. The formation of bentonite resembles tiny business card shapes, with negatively charged wide surfaces and positively charged edges, providing a surprisingly high surface area and powerful drawing effect. As most toxins are positively charged, clay naturally rids the body of toxins as it pulls and holds the toxins into its core.

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Learn by watching

Learn about Redmond Clay by watching short videos online. Each clip is just a few minutes long, and you’ll see for yourself how to prepare and use Redmond Clay.

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How do people use Redmond Clay?

We call our clay the clay of 1,000 uses because our customers keep sharing new uses with us all the time. Most commonly, people use Redmond Clay either internally or externally.

Internal Uses

People have used bentonite clay when suffering from occasional diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, stomachache, acid indigestion, acid reflux, and other digestive problems. As trends move toward naturopathic and homeopathic medicine, more people include Redmond Clay capsules with their daily supplements, or drink clay water because of its drawing ability, highly alkaline pH, and natural minerals.

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External Uses

Hydrated Redmond Clay can be applied externally as a poultice on cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings, boils, rashes, achy joints, acne, and burns.

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