Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Botanical Name: Montmorillonite

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Product Name   Size Origin SKU Price Qty
Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade) 1 lb United States 210045-51
$9.92
Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade) 4 oz United States 210045-54
$5.75
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Derived from volcanic ash, this is food-grade Sodium Bentonite Clay. Our Bentonite Clay is silica-based and is colloidal in nature, meaning the particles suspend in liquid without breaking down or dissolving, and therefore does not get digested.

Our Bentonite Clay is mined in Wyoming and Montana. Mining practices are designed to keep out impurities and uses food-grade equipment. The clay is kiln-dried, milled, and screened to size. Bentonite Clay is often used to clarify beverages such as juices and wine.

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Food Grade , used for making my clay toothpaste, very good for your gums.

by Meno on August 9, 2016

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

This is a quality product.

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I ordered this for an aging cat who has a stomach disorder that causes constant problems. Although nothing can make her health issue clear up completely, this clay has reduced the smell of her feces and that is a huge help. It also seems to help firm it up. I mix 1/8 tsp with 1/2 tsp water and put it in her mouth followed by several droppers of water to wash it down and she tolerates it well. It's a quality product. Thank you.

by Sandy on June 14, 2016

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Not my cup of tea

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Not bad if you know how to use the product. Otherwise, kinda messy.

by Jamie Yettaw on January 25, 2016

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Using in Tooth Powder

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I'm no expert on bentonite clay, but it seems very pure and tastes good.

by Aggie on December 24, 2015

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Great

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Where else can you get better dirt for under $10.00 a pound. Seriously good product.

by JimBert on October 28, 2015

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Great product!

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I ordered this because of the reported benefits for teeth and gums. I had pain from a tooth and had two bumps on the lower gums, indicating infection. The pain subsided in a few days and one bump is completely gone. The other is greatly reduced and I'm still using bentonite twice a day. My teeth are noticeably whiter! I've noted the uses for other conditions so I will definitely make sure that I always have bentonite on hand! I brush with bentonite after normal brushing and flossing. I leave it in my mouth for at least five minutes before spitting it out.

by Tennessee Lady Di on February 5, 2015

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Thank you!!

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After much research, this is the only product I could find to help with my bile reflux, including prescriptions.

by Glikel on January 13, 2015

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

wonderful stuff

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This clay has worked wonders. We keep finding more uses for it. Spider bites, rashes, varicose veins, swelling ankles, itchy eyes, whiter teeth, deep cuts, we use it internally and externally. The swelling of ankles and varicose veins just happened while trying to treat horrible spider bite used poultice and drank 1 tablespoon 2x per day. The cut was on finger and should have had stiches we just packed it with dry powder completely healed in 1 week. The itchy eyes mixed in glass let clay settle than put clear water on and in eyes immediate relief. Have used every over the counter toothpaste with no results for stains brush teeth with clay now what a difference. Stops poison oak in its tracks. I can't say enough about this product it is our go to cure for everything.

by sisco on November 4, 2014

Product: Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

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Questions & Answers for Bentonite Clay (Food-Grade)

Is your bentonite clay the sodium bentonite or calcium bentonite?
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Question by: Rana on July 30, 2014
It is sodium bentonite.
Answer by: Starwest Staff on July 30, 2014
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What's the difference between the two. Is one of them ingestible and the other only to be used topically as a poultice. If it doesn't indicate FOOD GRADE then what is it?
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Question by: Juilette on January 05, 2015
We only offer food-grade bentonite. However, that designation is for it's use as a food ingredient (for example, to clarify wine), and does not mean it's safe to take internally. In terms of whether or not it's safe to take internally, that's something that a healthcare professional should be consulted on.
Answer by: Starwest Staff on January 05, 2015
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