Dynamite Miracle Clay

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Description:DYNAMITE® MIRACLE CLAY (tm) is an old home remedy that people have used since the early 1900's for various reasons. Its origins are as simple and basic as the old practice of putting mud on a bee sting. There is no laboratory proof that DYNAMITE® MIRACLE CLAY (tm) is effective on internal disorders, but people sometimes take clay for indigestion, heartburn, diarrhea, stomache ache, ulcers and constipation. MIRACLE CLAY (tm) comes from a deposit in Utah. Made of volcanic ash which was deposited in sea water. By modern definition, it is a swelling type calcium bentonite (montmorillonite or calcium pascolite) in its natural state with no additives, chemicals, or preservatives. The only processing it undergoes is crushing. This clay is an ingredient of many of our products, and is now being offered separately for your additional use.

Ingredients:
Calcium bentonite (montmorillonite)

Dynamite Miracle Clay
Miracle Clay is available in a 1 lb and 5 lb container
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Directions:
To make ready-to use pre-mixed gel:
With a wood utensil, mix 1 part Miracle Clay (tm) powder with 1 to 2 parts distilled water to make a mud the consistency of mustard, then wait 3-4 hours for the clay to activate. If kept in an airtight container, this mixture will store indefinitely. If it dries out, just add more water and re-mix.

If you don't want to use the gel, you can mix 1 teaspoon of the dry Dynamite Miracle Clay (tm) powder with 1/2 glass water, stir and let it set for 6-8 hours or overnight. You may drink the clear liquid or re-stir and drink the entire mixture. Using the pre-mixed gel eliminates the 6-8 hour wait.
Internal use of pre-mixed gel (see instructions above for pre-mix)
With a wood utensil, mix 1 to 3 heaping teaspoons of pre-mixed Miracle Clay (tm) gel in a glass of water or juice.
External use of pre-mixed gel (see instructions above for pre-mix)
Apply the pre-mixed gel directly onto skin

For a drawing effect: (stings, bites, infections, etc.) do not cover the clay and let it dry out completely. As the clay dries, you will feel it draw and pull

For a tightening effect: pimples, facial acne, ect.) do not cover the clay and rinse off before it becomes completely dry.

For a cooling and soothing effect: (burns, scrapes, bruises, ect.) cover the area with plastic or a wet cloth to prevent the clay from drying.
For horses it may be used internally or externally as desired
It is excellent for legs and hooves, adjust consistency to suit your needs. As a leg tightener, apply to desired area in a thin layer, and let dry. You may leave it on overnight, then rinse off. For hoof abcesses or after race soreness, apply the Miracle Clay thickly to the bottom of the hoof, and cover with a piece of brown paper cut to the exact size of the hoofprint. Leave in place for 6- 12 hours, or until it falls out by itself. May also be used on areas of body soreness. Since Roman times, clays have been used as a diagnostic tool. Applied to an area, the drying pattern will indicate the exact location of the compromised tissue, as the heat will keep the clay moist for a longer time. Miracle Clay has also been used successfully as a post-vaccination poultice, to minimize soreness and tissue reaction. Performance horses with stomach ulcers have also shown a positive response to an ounce of Miracle Clay daily, administered on an empty stomach as a gel by mouth.

It is thought that horses fed quantities of grain become irritable and "tie up" due to the grain by product, propionic acid (also true of performance dogs). You might consider trying the Dynamite Miracle Clay (tm) gel for this problem. One (1) teaspoon for dogs and 1 oz. for horses as needed.
Eleanor Kellon, Veterinary Editor of John Lyon's Horse Journal, says:
"We found your clay to be an excellent choice, particularly for infrequent poultice users, combining ease of storage,virtually unlimited storage time, great versatility in allowing other ingredients/medications to be added to the mixture, unsurpassedgentleness and the drawing and tightening qualities of a premium quality clay".

Debbye Dyer from Arkansas has this story to tell about Miracle Clay (tm):
"On the 4th of July 1999 my 2 year old son stepped into a fire ant mound. Some of you may not know what fire ants are, but we in the South are plagued with them. The bites sting and cause bumps that resemble a pimple. They have been known to kill horses, cattle, pets and even humans. The ants covered his feet, ankles and lower leg. Luckily we were only a few feet from our pond, so I grabbed him and put him in the pond and covered his legs with mud to get the ants off and then rushed him to the house to run cold water over him to stop the burning. His legs and feet were swelling with huge white whelps all over. While wondering what to put on him I remembered I had just gotten a jar of Miracle Clay(tm). I had never used Miracle Clay(tm) and did not know just how to mix it and was totally unaware that it needed to sit for several hours to activate. I mixed it a little too weak and applied it and left it on all night. I also mixed up more, the right way, and left it overnight. The next morning Cody had the pus bumps all over his legs and feet but less swelling. After his bath I applied more Miracle Clay(tm), several hours later when I washed it off many of the pus bumps were gone. I applied it again that night and the next morning all the pus bumps were gone. If you have children or spend a lot of time outdoors, please do not be without this product. I think Cody could have gotten really sick from this if the Miracle Clay(tm) had not started pulling the poison from his system immediately."


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