Vertargil Green clay coarse
Vertargil sun-dried french green clay, coarse.
The clay kan be applied to sprains,tendon and ligament injuries, and all inflammatory processes. In the treatment of mud fever it is allso very helpful. As is known, it can also be used internal. do not trow away excess water, but give it to drink to the horse.
The paste kan be used for sprains, strains,
Tendon and ligament injuries, and all inflammatory processes. In the treatment of mud fever it is very helpful.
Its a 100% natural bio-organic material. Over thousands of years in the earth it absorbs a wealth of essential healing minerals from the plant kingdom including Silica, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Cobalt, Manganese, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Aluminium, Phosphorous, & Sodium. After removal from the ground the clay is naturally sun-dried, capturing the solar energy which activates the vital minerals and trace elements within. We know that centuries ago our ancient ancestors knew of the healing powers of clay and, along with plants, herbs & other natural substances, was of vital importance to ancient man in the absence of modern medicine. Today, however, as we increasingly steer away from much of conventional 21st century treatments and natural alternatives are becoming more popular, the benefits of clay are being rediscovered across the world. In France in particular the therapeutic use of clay is now commonplace and substantial numbers of users have testified to its success in treating a wide range of disorders.
This French clay is 100% formed of minerals and trace elements made by natural earth processes it contains magnesium, calcium, potassium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, aluminium, silicon, copper, selenium, cobalt, and molybdenum, as well as other trace elements.
Mix the clay in a bucket of water (mineral water ) in a 1:1 ratio. let the mixture rest a few minutes, without stirring. Pour off the excess water and the paste is ready. The resulting paste can be preserved for several days.
Apply liberally over the body area, or cover with damp bandage (legs). Leave on for up to 24 hours. Wash off with water.