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Using Redmond Clay externally

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Even after 50 years, we still hear new ways people use Redmond Clay. Here are some of the most common, and most helpful.

Clay as a Poultice

Hydrated Redmond Clay can be applied externally as a poultice on cuts, bruises, insect bites, bee stings, boils, rashes, achy joints, acne, and burns. To apply a clay poultice, place a thick layer (¼ to 1 inch thick) over the affected area. Redmond Clay has tremendous drawing power, so it should be washed off before it dries completely– especially when used on burns or sensitive areas such as the face. If the area can be wrapped with cheese cloth or plastic wrap, the clay can be left on overnight without drying out.

Redmond Clay Baths

To enjoy a full-body detox, add 1 to 2 cups of Redmond Clay to a tub of hot water and soak for 20-30 minutes. The remaining clay sediment can be safely washed down the drain. We have never seen it cause problems with the plumbing.

Foot Baths

Many people find that a foot bath with Redmond Clay also is a relaxing way to draw toxins out of the body. For a foot bath, add about 3 tablespoons of Redmond Clay to a pot of water that is as warm as you can stand. Soak your feet for about 30 minutes.

Customer testimonial: Trouble with acid reflux

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I am a truck driver and was having a lot of trouble with acid reflux because I spent so much time sitting.  It was so bad it woul dwake me up at night and I couldn’t go back to sleep.  I was introduced to Redmond Clay when I was in Utah picking up a load.  After I got the Redmond Clay, when I would wake up at night due to the acid reflux, I would put a teaspoon in a glass of water or juice, stir and drink, and I would be back to sleep within minutes.  I used it every day for a while and my acid reflux was completely gone within six months.  I used to have problems when I would eat grapefruit in the mornings or when I would eat spaghetti at night.  Now I can est anything, anytime of day with no discomfort whatsoever. L.M., OH

Customer testimonial: Diaper rash fire engine red

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I have a son who is 17 months old and is allergic to milk.  We thought he was getting over it so we gave him some rice pudding.  My dad accidentally gave him more milk in a bowl of cereal soon after.  The next morning he woke up and when I changed his diaper he had a diaper rash that was fire engine red with welts/blisters the size of the top of my pinky.  It was horrible; I’ve never seen anything like it.

I had been given some of your product from a friend the day before.  That morning, I just finished mixing some of it into a gel.  I grabbed it and smoothed it all over his bottom and then put a diaper on him.  Immediately he calmed down from his hysterical crying.

I put him down for a nap and when he woke up an hour and a half later it was completely gone!  I came and bought some more immediately! Thanks, for your product! T.M., TX

 

Customer testimonial: Lobster red sunburn

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My pre-school age son went out to jump on the trampoline in his swimming suit.  He laid down on the tramp and fell asleep.  I don’t know how long he was there, but when he came in, he was lobster red. I put him in a tub of water and threw in some Redmond Clay.  He was out of pain instantly in the clay bath water.  He slept without pain through the night and the next morning, he was tan–no redness, no peeling, nothing.

My sister’s little boy was out in the sun from 1:00 to 5:00 one afternoon without a shirt playing with a friend.  Both boys were seriously burned, so my sister called asking how to use the clay.  She did the same thing and the next day her boy was just lightly pink and over the next few days had some minor peeling on his shoulders.  The other little boy is dealing with some serious blisters on his shoulders. D.M., UT

Customer testimonial: Instant relief for burns

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I used some clay today as a poultice for some pretty painful burns I got on my hand and I was AMAZED! Nothing was relieving the pain so I decided to give it a try and it was INSTANT relief (seriously, it was shocking to me how instant it was!). After soaking for a few hours the burns are still tender, but they don’t hurt AT ALL. I’m so thankful I discovered this clay.

Submitted by: Lindsey B.