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Finest Marine Glacial Clay

Finest Marine Glacial Clay

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Found in the coastal region of British Columbia, this rare deposit of more than *0 minerals and trace elements is composed of particles as fine as mist (the majority are less than .*5 microns in size), making it one of the finest glacial marine clays yet discovered in the world.
In tests conducted over the past twenty years, it has been found that most clays have a pH factor range from 7 - *4 on the alkaline side of the scale. Glacial marine clay has a pH factor of 6.5 to 7.3, as close to neutral as possible. This is very desirable for skin and hair applications.
In its natural state, it has a moisture content of *5.5%. Unit weight (wet) is **9 lb/cu foot. Specific gravity is 1.9. When comparing the percentage of mineral content with other clays, Canadian glacial marine clay is closest to the Delft Marl which is approximately ****4% silica and ****5% aluminum and***0% iron.
A silky warm gray color when wet, it dries in fifteen to twenty minutes (depending on the thickness of application) to a light aqua-marine hue. It feels great going on, improving the circulation, detoxifying, exfoliating away dead skin cells while it tightens up wrinkles, leaving the skin feeling soft, smooth and super alive. Having a bio-stimulant effect on the cells, it produces local skin warming, accelerates physiological processes and increases cell division in surrounding tissue. It’s the perfect balancing and revitalizing agent.
Glacial marine clay slows the effect of aging on the skin surface, rejuvenating its tired complexion and renewing the skin’s elasticity.
Glacial marine clay cannot be produced synthetically!!

The infinitesimal size of its particles have an amazing absorptive ability and net negative ion charge which attract most positively charged bacteria, thereby detoxifying and deep cleansing the skin.

Physical Properties
Generally, clay properties are assessed by six criteria:
    Mineral composition
    Non-mineral composition
    Ion exchange characteristics
    Organic material
    Soluble salts

Glacial marine clay belongs to the green family of clays. According to Dr. Raymond Dextreit, an expert on clays and the author of the book ‘Our Earth, Our Cure’ the green family of clays are the most desirable and the only type recommended for ingestion. The clay’s colloidal structure means that the clay is formed in particles as fine as the mist in a fog bank. To be classified as colloidal, the majority of particles of the material must not exceed .*5 microns in size.

They may be so infinitesimal as to be invisible under a powerful microscope. A cubic inch of these particles would have a total surface area of more than five thousand square inches. This tremendous surface area of the clay’s colloidal particles accounts for its incredible absorptive action.

Glacial clay can be used directly from the ground. It reveals a smooth texture when rubbed between the fingers. This fine texture can be enhanced with proper screening and the addition of the correct amount of water.

The greenish/blue/grey clay is a homogeneous mass of a soft putty-like consistency when first removed from the clay beds. Over the years, “systems studies have included chemical analysis, x-ray diffraction, ultra and electron-photomicrography and electrophoresis studies that show the clay mined is a natural product composed of quartz and mica, representing a small course fraction, or grit, and an aluminum silicate, the particles of which are of such small dimension that some of them cannot be made clearly distinguishable even with the electron microscope”.

When glacial clay is mixed, whipped or beaten with a rotary blade, the clay’s consistency changes. It goes from a dense, hard packed, lumpy condition to a free flowing, less viscose, almost meringue like texture. After being processed, the clay is easier to work with and can be filled into jars, bottles and tubes with the minimum of difficulty.

History & Research
Located near the shoreline, glacial marine clay is a land-based and inter-tidal clay that at some point in history was submerged beneath the tidal waters of the B.C. coast for tens of thousands of years. Found in a remote inlet of North Western Canada, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean in this uninhabited wilderness, it is from this naturally guarded area that the treasured green/grey glacial marine clay is found in rare deposits.
One of the leading scientists, from the United States of America, an expert on rare clays of the world, devoted a year to a study of glacial clay deposits.

He stated, “You have in British Columbia, a natural product which has no parallel in the world today. I am perfectly prepared to put my reputation as an international scientist at stake in saying that this product is unique in every way”.

Another expert in clay, a professor of analytical chemistry at the University of British Columbia stated, “The clay contains rare elements and rare earths”.

Medical doctors and naturopathic practitioners are currently recommending clays of different types for a host of ailments and conditions, with extremely encouraging results. Ancient peoples of various civilizations (including First Nations} were well aware of the benefits of natural clays and used them extensively. The local grizzly bears and other indigenous animals instinctively use the glacial marine clay and sediments for healing a host of injuries by rolling and laying in it. Veterinarians in North America and Europe who have tried clay on animals are very impressed with the results, some of which have been spectacular.
Extensive testing of other clay deposits leads us to believe that our clay is the only Canadian glacial marine clay that meets the worldwide regulations regarding heavy metal content for topical cosmetic applications.  These regulations have yet to be strictly enforced, allowing some clays above those set guidelines to be used in today’s market.

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