Excellent product for your Natural First Aid Kit
How to use it:
External Application: For weeping wounds apply powder directly. To protect wounds mix to thick paste with distilled/mineral water & apply topically (a few drops of essential oils can be added)
Feeding Guide: Offer by hand for self-selection
or add a handful to a bucket of water and offer to horse or mix with water into a soup consistency & offer or add to feed
For foals / calves: leave a bucket / tub trug with green clay powder for self-selection in a clean spot
Green Clay has amazing drawing properties and can be used both for consumption and topically to encourage healing.
In nature, animals will often choose to drink muddy water rather than clean water as the mud has therapeutic properties.
Green Clay has been used for thousands of years for promoting health in animals and humans.
The best clays are found 40-60 meters below the ground surface and contain only natural materials with no chemical additives.
They are rich in magnesium and trace elements, iron oxide and organic plant matter which give clay its nutritional benefits for detoxification and to maintain and support the mineral levels in the body.
Used internally, the clay will adsorb toxins in the body, immobilize them and pass out of the body with the toxins attached.
Used topically, the clay helps prevent infections and provide a protective layer for the wound. It helps stop festering and encourages formation of new healthy skin.
Our 100% natural Green Clay contains magnesium, selenium, calcium, potassium, silica, manganese, phosphorous, silicon, copper, aluminium and zinc.
Clay has a long history of use in herbal medicine, where it is recommended to be good for or nutritionally support many things:
Here’s a link to an article we wrote about Green Clay.
Our products make no medicinal claims, they’re intended to support the body towards natural health.
Store in a cool, dark, dry place.
Our herbs nutritionally support the body, and should not be seen as an alternative to veterinary intervention. They are intended to be used in conjunction with any ongoing veterinary support.