LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
HEALING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai
LIVING CLAY Skin Care Akamai

LIVING CLAY


Powerful remineralizer and detoxer that aids in rebuilding healthy tissues and cells, inside and out. 100% Food Grade “Living” Calcium Montmorillonite Bentonite Clay. Unrefined & non-irradiated so all minerals and the crystalline structure are intact (unlike common pharmaceutical grade clays).


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I recently bought the healing clay to give it a try. My face is so sensitive to products so I was nervous to try it as a mask. But I have to say it’s wonderful! It left my skin feeling so clean and refreshed. I also noticed my complexion already looks better. Another great product from Akamai!” —Pam C.

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Product Highlights

  • Unrefined, food-grade, living clay. Minimally processed (sundried & filtered only). Ultrafine 325 mesh.

  • Never chemically processed, heat treated, irradiated, or sanitized — like pharmaceutical and other denatured clays.

  • Multiple health benefits with over 100 potential uses — a true multitasker.

  • Third-party tested. Ingredients are third-party tested for heavy metals & microbial contamination. Produced in a facility that follows Good Manufacturing Practices & procedures.

  • Plastic-free packaging — pouch is backyard compostable. Just peel the label and compost it! Packaging is made in the USA.

  • Mined in USA from ancient underground deposits.

  • Rich in bioavailable minerals, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, sulfur, silica, and zinc. See the list of all of the minerals.

  • External uses: Clean, decongest pores, detox, refresh. Use as a Face mask for deep pore cleansing, rejuvenation, and tightening. Full body mask or clay bath for cleansing and heavy metal detox. Poultice to help draw out toxins. Shampoo and hair detox. Soothing for skin disorders. Aids in diaper rash. Insect bites (to draw venom and heal). Wart removal. Soothe joints (sprains, strained muscles). Toothpaste (for people and pets — perfect for children under 2 years old).

  • Internal uses: Remineralizer (mineral supplementation). Clay can be used to help detox heavy metals, support liver detoxification and can help to cleanse the colon. Digestive tract support and detoxification (diarrhea, ulcers, acid reflux, dysbiosis, parasites, food poisoning). Alkalizing (can improve PH balance). Improved nutrient absorption.

    Note — this clay is not approved by the FDA for internal use. Use at your own risk. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

1lb (454 g) | Made in USA 

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Grades of clay & why
it matters

Our Living Clay is food grade. Edible, with myriad therapeutic properties. Certified GRAS. Mined in USA from ancient underground deposits.


FOOD GRADE

  • “Living” clay: all elements & the crystalline structure of the clay are intact

  • Minimally processed (sundried & filtered only)

  • Ultrafine 325 mesh

  • Rich in bioavailable minerals missing from our modern crops & foods


PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE

  • Sanitized to remove even the good, naturally occurring nutrients

  • Chemically processed

  • Heat treated

  • Irradiated (exposed to radiation for sterilization)

Grades of clay & why it matters

Our Living Clay is Ffood grade. Edible, with myriad therapeutic properties. Certified GRAS. Mined in USA from ancient underground deposits.


FOOD GRADE

  • “Living” clay: all elements & the crystalline structure of the clay are intact

  • Minimally processed (sundried & filtered only)

  • Ultrafine 325 mesh

  • Rich in bioavailable minerals missing from our modern crops & foods


PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE

  • Sanitized to remove even the good, naturally occurring nutrients

  • Chemically processed

  • Heat treated

  • Irradiated (exposed to radiation for sterilization)

Grades of clay & why it matters

Our Living Clay is food grade. Edible, with myriad therapeutic properties. Certified GRAS. Mined in USA from ancient underground deposits.


FOOD GRADE

  • “Living” clay: all elements & the crystalline structure of the clay are intact

  • Minimally processed (sundried & filtered only)

  • Ultrafine 325 mesh

  • Rich in bioavailable minerals missing from our modern crops & foods


PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE

  • Sanitized to remove even the good, naturally occurring nutrients

  • Chemically processed

  • Heat treated

  • Irradiated (exposed to radiation for sterilization)

Grades of clay & why it matters

Our Living Clay is Food Grade. Edible, with myriad therapeutic properties. Certified GRAS. Mined in California from ancient underground deposits.


FOOD GRADE

  • “Living” clay: all elements & the crystalline structure of the clay are intact

  • Minimally processed (sundried & filtered only)

  • Ultrafine 325 mesh

  • Rich in bioavailable minerals missing from our modern crops & foods


PHARMACEUTICAL GRADE

  • Sanitized to remove even the good, naturally occurring nutrients

  • Chemically processed

  • Heat treated

  • Irradiated (exposed to radiation for sterilization)

All of our products are made using powerful, effective, truly natural ingredients — and nothing else. Pure, minimally processed, and nutrient-dense.

Ingredients / Standards

100% Food Grade “Living” Calcium Montmorillonite Bentonite Clay.

Alkaline with a PH of 9-10.

Calcium Montmorillonite Bentonite Clay

Quality Standards

Edible/Therapeutic/Food grade. Certified GRAS. Unrefined and non-irradiated, "living clay." Not chemically processed, heat treated or "cleaned" in any way. Mined in USA from ancient underground deposits.

Ingredient Benefits

Rich in bioavailable minerals, including calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, sulfur, silica, and zinc, all beneficial to teeth and gums (supporting the remineralization process), and every bodily function. Mildly abrasive to gently polish, clean, and whiten teeth. Can bind with heavy metals, toxins, and harmful bacteria to help remove them from the body. Contains beneficial bacteria to support healthy biomes - oral, skin and gut.

For internal use:

Here's how to make what we call “Earth Milk”: 

  • Mix 1 part clay to 8 parts purified water.

  • Shake well in a glass jar until thoroughly blended (no lumps) or put it in a blender for 5 seconds, then transfer to a jar with a plastic lid.

  • Drink 2 oz of Earth Milk. Follow up with an 8 oz glass of water.

Tip: Make a weekly batch using 1/4 cup clay with 2 cups of purified water. Store in a glass jar with a plastic lid. Keep on your counter as a reminder to drink daily — no need to refrigerate. It’s safe for pets, too. Mix ¼ tsp per 20 lbs with a small amount of filtered water and add to their food.

For external use:

  • Mix 2–3 parts clay to 1 part water (or other liquid, eg. colloidal silver if you are addressing a skin issue, or rose hydrosol if you are making a mask for your face) in a glass jar to make a paste; adjust as needed for desired consistency.

  • Use it as a mask or poultice anywhere on your body.

  • Apply and let sit for 15–20 minutes before rinsing off.

Tip: Keep clay hydrated (with water or a hydrosol) while it is on your skin to avoid skin drying out too much. Apply Skin Fuel or other moisturizer after using.

You can also use it dry, on the skin, or in the mouth (as toothpaste or a poultice).

For a concentrated heavy metal detox — drink 2 oz of liquid clay ("earth milk" recipe above) 2x a day, and do a clay bath at least 2x a week (use 2 cups of clay in a full bath). Do this for 2 weeks or longer. Consult with your physician for an exact protocol. It is recommended to get tested for heavy metals before starting.

Here is a simple manual for using Living Calcium Bentonite internally and externally, written by the author of “Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure," Perry A.

Storage

  • Store at room temperature in a dry place.

  • Do not store in metal.

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement including edible clay. Do not ingest within 2 hrs of taking prescription drugs. If your skin is highly sensitive, do a patch test first. Keep out of reach of children. Don’t inhale powder.

**This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information for this webpage and product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration**

When sourcing clay to use for Mineral Toothpowder, our research led us to this powerful living clay. Not only does it provide important macro minerals to the body by its adsorptive qualities (eg calcium, magnesium - important for every human function), it can trap toxins (absorption - it can draw 33x its molecular weight) - not just the bad bacteria that can cause imbalance in the mouth, it can also grab pathogens, parasites, and heavy metals due its strong negative charge (that attracts and binds positively charged ions, eg. impurities) - the clay molecule is incredible!

We also wanted the highest quality, most pristine source in the USA, and a true “living” clay - direct from nature, unadulterated, pure, and crystalline. Because our body is electrical, made up mostly of water, working with a crystalline substance in and on our body has other benefits (more on the body's electrical system and quantum physics later).

Living Clay (calcium montmorillonite) is a superfood akin to breast milk, fulvic acid, mushrooms, bee pollen, etc. - the exact composition and mechanisms are not completely known or understood which is why it is impossible to replicate in a lab - they are an entity unto themselves - Mother Nature’s miracles.

We strive to offer a cost-effective solution for individuals facing financial difficulties and who may not be able to afford our Mineral Toothpowder. Although our Mineral Toothpowder offers superior care, Living Clay offers a good alternative and allows people to steer clear of all the toxic / bad / cheap filler ingredients commonly found in commercial toothpaste.

Does living clay contain heavy metals?

All clays (like fruits & vegetables) may contain some naturally occurring heavy metals. This kind of clay naturally binds to heavy metals so if any are present in the clay itself they can’t be absorbed by our bodies.

In addition, living clays can bond to heavy metals it comes across in the body and help remove them.

In general, calcium montmorillonite bentonite clay is believed to be low in heavy metals, but it can vary depending on the specific source and processing methods.

Our living clay comes from a pristine, underground vein in California (so not exposed to environmental toxins like heavy metals coming from air, pollution and rain.)

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement, including edible clay. Do not ingest within 2 hrs of taking prescription drugs. If your skin is highly sensitive, do a patch test first. Keep out of reach of children. Don’t inhale powder.

**This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information for this webpage and product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration**

Does the clay have a laxative effect like some other detoxers? 

No. In fact, it could have the opposite effect and cause minor constipation because it is such a powerful swelling agent. However, drinking plenty of water should eliminate any potential constipation.

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement, including edible clay. Do not ingest within 2 hrs of taking prescription drugs. If your skin is highly sensitive, do a patch test first. Keep out of reach of children. Don’t inhale powder.

**This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information for this webpage and product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration**

What about “denatured” clay? (sanitized, irradiated, pharmaceutical grade) — are they more pure, and safer to use?

There is a misconception that sanitized (what we’ll refer to as denatured clay), is better, more “pure” and preferred for use in personal care. For people that want a product free of any bacteria (good or bad), scrubbed of metals (bad and good e.g. copper, silver, etc), and altered in its crystalline, molecular structure, then yes, it is technically more “pure”.

Denatured clay can still swell and absorb toxins (although not quite as effectively), and is safe to use externally and internally. However, its use and effectiveness are more limited since it is inert (more like mud).

Most clays on the market are denatured.

If clay is processed in this way, it may be from a contaminated source or a deposit that has been exposed to the environment. OR it is a clay brand that is looking for an FDA seal of approval for internal use. Keep in mind many things many of us feel are safe (like properly handled raw dairy) are not approved by the FDA. The FDA will only give approval if the clay has been denatured.

Calcium bentonite clay, specifically, is no longer living if it is denatured (now a pharmaceutical-grade product).

Side note: In the world of cosmetics and personal care production, products and formulations require preservation.

That means no or low bacteria (platelet) count. Therefore, the ingredients used are sanitized, refined, and/or naturally derived. These products also use synthetic preservatives to curb bacterial growth and extend the shelf-life. This is particularly true of any products that contain water (since water brings life to most bacteria). In other words, most products on the market are inert, so they are considered “safe”. Unfortunately these “safe” products, with preservatives, negatively affect the microbiome along with losing the beneficial bioactive qualities.

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement, including edible clay. Do not ingest within 2 hrs of taking prescription drugs. If your skin is highly sensitive, do a patch test first. Keep out of reach of children. Don’t inhale powder.

**This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information for this webpage and product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration**

What is the difference between calcium bentonite and sodium bentonite clay?

Even though Sodium Bentonite and Calcium Bentonite Clay are cousins from the same family genesis, they are different in efficacy and intended uses.

Sodium Bentonite (montmorillonite)’s primary ion is Sodium (Na). It has a much greater swelling capacity than Calcium Bentonite, which is why it is not used/taken internally. It is used extensively in industrial applications.

Is calcium montmorillonite the same as calcium bentonite, and what is it exactly?

They are basically the same thing. Calcium bentonite clay with more montmorillonite might be called Calcium Montmorillonite, but it is technically a calcium bentonite clay of the montmorillonite/smectite group. When the Bentonite has weathered to a microscopic size of 1 micron or less it is referred to as a Montmorillonite.  

Montmorillonite clays are the result of volcanic ash that was naturally deposited in seawater.

A more specific name for the Living Clay could be Green Desert Clay (since it is from a desert area and has a greenish hue), but it should not be confused with French Green Clay, which is an illite clay, not bentonite, and should not be taken internally.

The scientific classification / generic description is: Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminum Magnesium Silicate Hydroxide

Clear as mud, right?

How should I store the Living Clay? 

For optimal preservation, store The Living Clay at room temperature in a dry location. We advise maintaining it in its original packaging or transferring it to an airtight container to ensure its longevity.

To maximize its lifespan, consider storing the clay in a glass jar equipped with a non-metallic lid; when stored under these conditions, it can remain viable for a decade or more. Ensuring the clay is kept in a dry, temperate area within a cabinet and remains uncontaminated will prevent it from expiring.

For storage periods extending beyond six months, a glass jar is recommended to safeguard against moisture fully. Avoid storing the clay in containers made of metal.

Does the Living Clay expire?

If the bag is unopened, the expiration date is typically 2 years, but if it is stored well (cool, dry) it can last longer since it is a dry powder.

To maximize its lifespan, consider storing the clay in a glass jar equipped with a non-metallic lid; when stored under these conditions, it can remain viable for a decade or more.

Ensuring the clay is kept in a dry, temperate area within a cabinet and remains uncontaminated will prevent it from expiring.

Will the Living Clay clog my pipes?

This seems to be much more rumor-based than reality.

We have not run into this issue. That would be ALOT of clay going down pipes to cause clogging.

Like with health, each person’s plumbing will be different and unique. That being said, with moderate use, it should not be an issue.

Is it safe to mix this clay in a blender with metal blades or using a metal whisk?

Assuming these objects are stainless steel, mixing clay with them is considered safe, especially if the exposure time to the metal is brief. For example, if you're mixing a batch of Earth Milk in a blender, we recommend only blending for 5 seconds.

Most kitchen-grade items are made of stainless steel, which does not easily leach into either foods or clays.

However, if you use an old metal item or a blending tool not made from stainless steel, there might be a slight risk of metal leaching, primarily if the metal is corroded or damaged.

What is the pH of this clay?

Our Living Clay has a pH of 9.7. It is alkaline and, therefore, counters acidity in the body.

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement, including edible clay. Do not ingest within 2 hrs of taking prescription drugs. If your skin is highly sensitive, do a patch test first. Keep out of reach of children. Don’t inhale powder.

**This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information for this webpage and product has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration**

Is this pouch compostable?

Yes! Simply peel the label off and add it to your backyard compost.

Our compostable pouches are a great alternative to petroleum-based plastic bags and jars. It's lightweight and durable - reducing shipping costs and overall carbon footprint. A reclosable zipper ensures that your product stays fresh.

  • Notch for easy tear open, reclosable zipper

  • Excellent oxygen and moisture barrier

  • Made from white paper and compostable laminated film

  • Made in USA

  • Lightweight & effective (vs plastic jar or container) for lower carbon footprint

These films meet composting standards for industrial composting environments.

Standards and Certifications
ASTM D6400, EN13432.

Please compost, where accepted. Safe for Home Composting. Results in home compost systems may vary.

Resources 

Studies

This material and these links are intended as an informational guide. The information herein is meant to supplement and not to be a substitute for professional medical care or treatment. This information should not be used to treat a serious ailment without prior consultation with a qualified healthcare professional.

“Living clay is like raw milk – unprocessed and loaded with bioactive nutrients.” — Vince Cobb, co-founder

The amazing benefits of Living Clays.

Living clay is a very unique type of clay associated with biological life. It possesses some amazing qualities, including the ability to undergo chemical changes, both absorb and adsorb (release) substances, and interact with its surrounding environment. Plus, it contains a range of micronutrients and micro-organisms. Living clay has been linked to the origin and evolution of life, as it retains information, exhibits self-organization, and interacts with organic molecules.

Living clays are a rare category among the various clays found in nature. However, many clays that could potentially be classified as living clays have undergone denaturation. Denaturation takes place during clay processing through methods such as heat, radiation, washing, and more. As a result, denatured clay loses a significant portion of its bioactivity and can no longer be considered a "living clay." This term is often misunderstood and is commonly associated with clays like Calcium Bentonite, which possess transformative properties.

With a negative charge, Living clays have the ability to attract and trap positively charged ions, bad bacteria, and heavy metals so they are safely removed from the body. These, along with It releasing minerals and other nutrients, are a few of living clays' greatest known benefits.

Click here to learn more about living clay.

Are there heavy metals in Living Clay and Mineral Toothpowder? Are they safe (can't be absorbed)? Read more here.

Do you live in California? Please read the statement below. While we love the idea of Prop 65, we are not fans of how the law was written - when it comes to natural substances, it promotes ignorance vs. knowledge.

As required by the State of California, so that we can legally sell this product to residents of that state, we must put the following language on our site: California Proposition 65 WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

This is because one of the ingredients we use, Bentonite Clay, can include low levels of heavy metals. Sounds scary, right? However, the naturally occurring (organic) heavy metals in clay are molecularly bound to clay particles – meaning they are not bioavailable, and can’t be absorbed.

Clay is powerful stuff. Its positively charged ions bind to heavy metals so that they are contained and expelled rather than absorbed by our bodies. In fact, one of bentonite clay’s many therapeutic uses is to consume orally to remove heavy metals from your body – a process called “chelating.”

Prop 65 is a law with good intentions but with major flaws. For example, Prop 65 limits for lead are so low almost all plant foods (eg. green beans, spinach, avocados, etc.) contain amounts higher than allowed by this law, but they do NOT carry the warning.

Furthermore, eating the USDA-recommended 3–5 servings of vegetables could expose you to 10X the maximum allowed by Prop 65. (In fact, 1 serving of our toothpaste has less lead than 1 serving of many plant foods.)

In addition, Prop 65 does a poor job of clearly exempting items like clay where heavy metals are in an organic, bound, non-bioavailable form -- and many are pushing for reforms to Prop 65.

So, remember these 2 important points: 1) Heavy metals in bentonite clay are not bioavailable and cannot be absorbed, 2) bentonite clay helps remove heavy metals from your body.

We believe our Living Clay is 100% safe for ourselves, our family, and you.

Learn more in our FAQs.

Living Clay Recipes

Earth Milk

DETOXIFY. RESTORE. ALKALIZE

Benefits:

We recommend drinking 2 oz of "Earth Milk" daily to support detoxing and remineralizing.

Ingredients:

1 part clay
8 parts purified water

Directions:

Add clay to water in a glass jar with plastic lid (no metal).

Shake well in a glass jar until thoroughly blended (no lumps) or put it in a blender for 5 seconds, then transfer to a jar with a plastic lid.

Begin by drinking 1 oz of Earth Milk, then gradually move to 2 oz.

After consuming, drink an 8 oz glass of water.

Tip:

It’s safe for pets, too! Especially helpful with digestive issues. Mix ¼ tsp per 20 lbs with a small amount of filtered water and add to their food. Learn more.

Clay Mask

for oily, dry or normal skin

Benefits:

Enjoy this Living Clay as a face mask for deep pore cleansing, rejuvenation, & tightening.

Ingredients:

2-3 parts clay
1 part purified water (or other liquid, eg. colloidal silver if you are addressing an infection, or rose hydrosol if you are making face mask)

Directions:

Mix ingredients in a glass dish to make a paste.

Adjust as needed for desired consistency.

Use fingers or a (non-metallic) application brush to apply to face.

Leave on for 10–15 mins.

Rinse with luke-warm water & pat dry.

Apply Skin Fuel or other moisturizer after rinsing.

Tip:

Keep clay hydrated (with a fine mist of water or hydrasol) while it is on your skin if you want to avoid skin drying out too much.

Clay Bath

FOr oily, Normal, & dry skin

Benefits:

Gently draw out toxins & impurities, while infusing minerals & promoting relaxation.

Ingredients:

2-3 cups Living Clay

Directions:

Tune water to your favorite bath temperature.

Sprinkle clay under stream of water.

Use your hands to stir the clay / to break up any clumps.

Soak for 15–20 minutes.

Rinse well.

Apply Skin Fuel or other moisturizer.

Toothpowder

An easy, effective, & affordable solution for families

Benefits:

Living Clay offers a good alternative & allows people to steer clear of all the toxic / bad / cheap filler ingredients commonly found in commercial toothpaste.

What you'll need:

Living Clay
Toothbrush

Directions:

Wet toothbrush.

Shake off excess water.

Dip the top half of your toothbrush in the clay (you don't need much).

Brush gently & mindfully (we like the Bass Method).

Clay Poultice

A super absorber that won't
harm your skin

Benefits:

Soothing for skin disorders, aids in diaper rash, insect bites (to draw venom & heal).

Ingredients:

2–3 parts clay
1 part purified water (or colloidal silver if you are addressing an infection)

Directions:

Use it as a mask or poultice anywhere on your body.

Mix Living Clay with liquid of choice to create a paste.

Apply & let sit for 15–20 minutes before rinsing off.

Tip:

We recommend doing this 1–2x daily for badly infected areas.

gentle detox support

rich in bioavailable minerals

food grade clay safe for kids & pets

compostable packaging

third-party tested for safety

ancient clay mined in the USA

Living Clay Recipes

Earth Milk

DETOXIFY. RESTORE. ALKALIZE

Benefits:

We recommend drinking 2 oz of "Earth Milk" daily to support detoxing and remineralizing.

Ingredients:

1 part clay

8 parts purified water

Directions:

Add clay to water in a glass jar with plastic lid (no metal).

Shake well in a glass jar until thoroughly blended (no lumps) or put it in a blender for 5 seconds, then transfer to a jar with a plastic lid.

Begin by drinking 1 oz of Earth Milk, then gradually move to 2 oz.

After consuming, drink an 8 oz glass of water.

Tip:

Make a weekly batch using 1/4 cup clay with 2 cups of purified water. Store in a glass jar with a plastic lid. Keep on your counter as a reminder to drink daily — no need to refrigerate.

It’s safe for pets, too. Mix ¼ tsp per 20 lbs with a small amount of filtered water and add to their food. Learn more.

Clay Mask

For Oily, dry or normal skin

Benefits:

Enjoy this Living Clay as a Face mask for deep pore cleansing, rejuvenation, & tightening.

Ingredients:

2-3 parts clay

1 part purified water

(or other liquid, eg. colloidal silver if you are addressing a skin issue, or rose hydrosol if you are making face mask)

Directions:

Mix ingredients in a glass dish to make a paste.

Adjust as needed for desired consistency.

Use fingers or a (non-metallic) application brush to apply to face.

Leave on for 10-15 mins.

Rinse with luke-warm water.

Apply Skin Fuel or other moisturizer after using.

Tip:

Keep clay hydrated (with a fine mist of water or hydrasol) while it is on your skin if you want to avoid skin drying out too much.

Toothpowder

toothpaste for people & pets

Benefits:

Living Clay offers a good alternative and allows people to steer clear of all the toxic / bad / cheap filler ingredients commonly found in commercial toothpastes.

What you'll need:

Living Clay

Toothbrush

Directions:

Wet toothbrush.

Shake off excess water.

Dip the top half of your toothbrush in the clay (you don't need much).

Brush gently and mindfully (we like the Bass Method).

Clay Bath

pelotherapy – foot soak & bath

Benefits:

Gently draw out toxins & impurities, while infusing minerals & promoting relaxation.

Ingredients:

2-3 cups Living Clay

Directions:

Tune water to your favorite bath temperature.

Sprinkle clay under stream of water.

Use your hands to stir the clay / to break up any clumps.

Soak for 15–20 minutes.

Rinse well.

Apply Skin Fuel or other moisturizer.

Clay Poultice

for soothing & drawing out infections

Benefits:

Soothing for skin disorders, aids in diaper rash, insect bites (to draw venom & heal).

Ingredients:

2-3 parts clay

1 part purified water (or colloidal silver if you are addressing an infection)

Directions:

Use it as a mask or poultice anywhere on your body.

Mix Living Clay with liquid of choice to create a paste.

Apply and let sit for 15-20 minutes before rinsing off.

Tip:

We recommend doing this 1-2x daily for badly infected areas.

How to mix Living Clay for internal detox:

How to mix Living Clay
for internal detox:

You'll need 2 tablespoons of clay.

Do not use metal utensils. Use a wooden or plastic spoon to transfer.

Add clay to a jar with 8 ounces of water.

Shake vigorously in a glass jar (with a plastic lid). Some like to use a coffee frother, whisk or blender (~5 seconds) for this part.

Drink up! Start with 1 oz/day and gradually increase to 2 oz a day.

The clay will absorb toxins in your gut while it moves through your digestive system.

 

Follow with another 8oz glass of pure water.

Drinking plenty of water should eliminate any potential constipation.

IMPORTANT: Consult your physician before beginning any supplement, including edible clay.

Sourced from the earth, Living Clays have been a powerful holistic health solution for centuries

For centuries, indigenous people used clays for healing a variety of ailments. Clays were a time-tested and proven remedy before the age of modern medicine and technologies. Today, toxins and metals are unavoidable in our modern world. While our body does a beautiful job of cleansing on its own, we believe in giving it a boost on a regular basis. The solution of Living Clays for detoxification is a natural Ayurvedic approach - using ingredients from the earth that are as gentle as they are powerful.

This clay originates from millions of years ago in the Mojave Desert in California. It is quite simply volcanic ash that blanketed the area during periods of volcanic eruptions. It has been protected from leaching and toxic exposure to modern day pollutants.

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Sonia

Couldn't figure out what the big deal is whennwearing thebfacial mask. My face felt dry thereafter for about a week. Had to use a strong exfoliate on week two

Hi Sonia,
Thank you for sharing your experience with our Living Clay facial mask. We're sorry to hear the mask left your skin feeling dry. We strive for every customer to have a nourishing experience, and your feedback is essential for our improvement.

For best results, we recommend mixing 2-3 parts clay to 1 part water or rose hydrosol for a facial mask, adjusting the consistency as needed. It's also important to keep the clay hydrated while on your skin to prevent drying. You can simply mist your face with water or a hydrosol during the treatment. After rinsing off the mask, applying a moisturizer like our Skin Fuel can help restore moisture and nourish your skin further.

I will also email you a PDF How To Guide with information on how best to use the Living Clay.

As a part of our Satisfaction Guarantee policy, I have issued a store credit.

Best,
Celina

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Chris

Fantastic and worth every penny! I use it as an appointment, as a face mask, and also I drink it for detox and binding.

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Pam C.
Loving that healing clay!

I recently bought the healing clay to give it a try. My face is so sensitive to products so I was nervous to try it as a mask. But I have to say it’s wonderful! It left my skin feeling so clean and refreshed. I also noticed my complexion already looks better. Another great product from Akamai! ❤️

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Customer
Healing Clay

I’m very happy with Akamai’s Healing Clay. The fact that it’s third party tested is a big plus. I noticed that my teeth feel less sensitive and it makes a great face mask too. I would recommend it :)

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Teresa M.
Excellent Tooth Powder!

I’ve been using the tooth powder for one week and my teeth feel like they’ve been polished! I’m so glad I found this product! I just ordered the clay.

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Malissa

I LOVE this healing clay! I use it on my face regularly and have seen a remarkable difference in my skins clarity and smoothness.

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Leanne

Love this stuff! The powder is super light

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Heidi

Why did I get insert directions for something I didn’t even buy, and no insert instructions for the product I did buy. Also, the packaging for the clay is very squished and all wrinkled, like the bag has been through some rough shipping.

Honestly though an insert about the product i actually purchased would have been more beneficial.

Hi Heidi,
Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback with us. We sincerely apologize for the oversight regarding the insert directions and the condition of the packaging upon arrival. We are looking into how this happened to ensure it doesn't occur again and that you receive accurate inserts for what was ordered.

Additionally, we are evaluating our packaging process to improve how our products are secured during shipping. Your experience gives us critical insight into where we can better our service and product presentation. We are committed to making these improvements and hope to provide you with a more satisfactory experience in the future. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

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Debra R.
Healing clay

I was having some constipation issues and this as resolved it !

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Roseann

My husband has had major digestive issues like not wanting to eat for about 4 years now since getting severe food poisoning from salmon. He took this this afternoon and has actually wanted to eat! I’m fairly impressed. We will be using this as a parasite detox along with the other health benefits. Thank you Sara Jean for the referral.