Natural Detoxification with Clays & Salts
The need to detoxify is more prevalent than ever.
With the amazing versatility of healing clay to sooth the symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and more.
Every day we are all bombarded with all types of toxins from pollution, heavy metals, micro plastics, radiation, WiFi, various ailments, and more.
Mineral Solutions & GreenClays.com
For over 14 years, Mineral Solutions has supplied and supported GreenClays.com & Jason Eaton, a true naturopath & clay disciple. Unfortunately, Jason passed away unexpectedly in March of 2022, and we have been asked to keep his legacy alive here at Mineral Solutions.
We are honored to be the new home for GreenClays.com
For more information on use & application, please visit: www.EytonsEarth.org
We specialize in researching therapeutic healing clays for use in Pelotherapy, hydrotherapy, natural medicine, and healing applications.
Healing clays have traditionally been used for:
- internal detoxification
- trauma injuries
- skin conditions
- organ and elimination system stimulation
- localized immune system stimulation and support
Our website details how to use healing clay, as well as documents a wealth of information on a wide variety of highly specialized topics.
Green clays such as Illite, Bentonite, and Montmorillonite have been used by mankind as a part of natural medicine for tens of thousands of years. Today, the art of healing with the earth is formally known as Pelotherapy, and healing clays are used around the world in hydrotherapy, balneology, natural medicine and alternative medicine.
Our purpose is to research and provide in depth and unbiased information about these amazing substances.
The nutrition and detoxification study program has been completed, although neither the foundation nor the program have any official launch dates.
Bentonite, also commonly known as Green Alkaline Healing Clay, is in a class of clays known as Smectites, a class of swelling clays.
Smectite is derived from the ancient Greek word σμηκτρίςs or mektris meaning, 'earth that has the property of cleaning'
As with any mineral, the quality of clay deposits vary, and the mineral content of any given "Bentonite" is also quite different depending on the source.
Different forms of bentonite may have different properties, such as:
- Sodium Bentonite
- Calcium Bentonite
- Magnesium Bentonite
Montmorillonite: French green healing clay (also a smectite) closely related to bentonite.
Illite: Non-swelling green healing clay (mica) known to have potent healing properties.
Utilizing the curative power of the Earth in practices such as Pelotherapy should, we believe, truly be considered a lifestyle modification; it should be adopted as an integral part of healthy living. There is no substitute for the benefits that quality healing clays can provide both in and on the body. We cordially invite you to view what we have discovered over the last several years of research.
Magnesium Chloride: Derived from seal salts, Magnesium Chloride Flakes are the 100% pure and natural way to replenish the body's stores.
Himalayan Pink Salt: Straight from the foothills of the world's highest mountain range, Himalaya Pink Salt is believed to be the purest of the salts, delivering over 84 minerals and trace elements.
Dead Sea Salt: Procured from the saltiest and deepest sea in the world, Dead Sea Salt is world re-known for being a great anti-inflammatory and skin rejuvenator.
Origins of Healing Clays
- Therapeutic Clays were first discovered by indigenous people by following & observing animals
- Many of these deposits are located near geothermal activity such as natural hot springs.
- Many believe these locations to be mysterious in nature
- All of the North American tribes knew the locations of such deposits.
- When European settlers began to migrate to the West, the Native Americans would sometimes share the location of these deposits that we have today
Pelotherapy is known as the therapeutic use of mud, or more specifically, treatment by mud baths.
Utilizing the curative power of the Earth in practices such as Pelotherapy should, we believe, truly be considered a lifestyle modification; it should be adopted as an integral part of healthy living. There is no substitute for the benefits that quality healing clays can provide both in and on the body.
Clays & Salts
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Green Desert Calcium BentoniteRegular price From $19.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Himalayan SaltRegular price From $64.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Illite French Green ClayRegular price From $34.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Inland Sea Minerals - Bath Blend - ClayRegular price From $65.00 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Inland Sea Minerals - Bath Blend - SaltRegular price From $74.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Inland Sea Minerals -Clay & Salt- Blend Gift BoxRegular price $29.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
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Magnesium Chloride FlakesRegular price From $49.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
$100.00 USDSale price From $49.99 USDSale