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Epigenar Green Clay (250g)

Epigenar Green Clay (250g)

One of the most effective minerals clays available: Chelator, detoxifier, binding toxins and parasites

Our Price:  £16.99(Inc. 20% VAT)(£14.16 Exc. VAT)Earn 16 Loyalty Points


Code:  R26004
Brand:  Epigenar
Form (e.g. capsules):  Powder

Epigenar Green Clay

Health Supplement 
French Green Clay, also known as Illite Clay or Sea Clay, is one of the most effective, high quality mineral clays available.
It naturally comprises valuable elements, including montmorillonite, several (up to 9) important mineral oxides, magnesium, calcium, potassium, dolomite, silica, manganese, phosphorus, silicon, copper, and selenium.
The green colour, which is due to the iron oxide content and decomposed plant matter, can indicate a good or poor quality clay.Green clay may be taken internally as a detoxification agent and a general tonic. At least 2 litres of water should be consumed daily whilst using green clay.  It is best to use in combination with Vitamin C powder.
•Binding toxins and parasites
Green clay from France 3g (per level teaspoon)
1 level teaspoon in a glass of water on an empty stomach once or twice a day (may start with ½ teaspoon for 2 days and increase from there)
After two weeks, stop for one week, and then repeat
Children 12-16 years:  ½ teaspoon
Not suitable for children under 12 years of age
Should be taken at least 2 hours away from other products, apart from Vitamin C powder which may be taken 10 minutes after consuming the clay
Side effects
May feel symptoms such as headache from cleansing reaction – best to start with very lose dose and build up slowly.  Constipation may result if insufficient water is consumed.  It is also advised to take Vitamin C Powder simultaneously to prevent constipation.
Use during pregnancy and breast-feeding
Not recommended.