Monday, March 15, 2010

New Product Introduction: Redmond Clay


Redmond Clay

The perfect, truly all-natural baby powder to use on your little one's bottom. I absolutely love this stuff!

Millions of years ago, long before modern pollutants contaminated the Earth, a range of volcanoes erupted—sending volcanic ash into the water of the ancient Sundance Sea that covered much of North America. The water in this sea evaporated, leaving behind a bed of mineral-rich sodium bentonite.

Fremont Indians living in what is now rural Southern Utah once told tales of the healing properties of this clay deposit, which the legend holds was discovered when the natives noticed herds of deer frequently gathering to nibble at the soil around the deposit. Native Americans were known to carry a ball of clay with them in their packs, dissolving some in water and with their meals to ward off the effects of stomach ailments and food infections, and the practice persisted for generations.

During the 1960’s, the Bosshardt family began experimenting with the clay deposit on their property, using it as the Indians had to treat bee stings and upset stomach, and eventually began hearing from local health food stores inquiring about the benefits of the clay. The interest prompted them to send a sample to be tested in a lab, and when the results showed it was safe for human use the family began selling the healing clay under the name Redmond Clay®.

Redmond Clay® has grown up a bit since then, but the product remains as pure as it was when the Fremonts discovered its uses. We carefully extract this ancient volcanic ash from deep within the earth, bringing it to you in its pure, natural state. Many people consider it their first aid kit in the bottle.

Using the Dry Redmond Clay: People say using it as baby powder causes diaper rash to disappear by the next diaper change. Some people feel that sprinkling the dry Redmond Clay on an open, infected wound causes more of a drawing/healing action than using the gel.

We will be doing a HUGE highlight and giveaway of this absolutely amazing product during our wild Re-grand opening party in a few weeks but in the meantime...

Would you like to win a sample bag of Redmond Clay PLUS a copy of the Booklet, "We Eat Clay" to learn all about it's healing properties and uses?!

We will choose TWO (2) winners (One from here and one from our Facebook page, so yes you can enter both places!!!) Winners will be chosen on Monday morning 3/22/2010. All you need to do to enter is leave a comment saying why you are interested in this product. That's it!

(Please be sure to leave your e-mail address as well.) Giveaway closes 3/21/2010 at 11:59 PM.

15 comments:

Dana said...

It sounds amazing! Wow, thanks for the chance!
Dana Watson
dana_macdermid@hotmail.com

anjii said...

This sounds incredible! I can think of so many uses for something like this :)

Tatyana said...

Loved it! We want to "eat clay" over here, haha

Jodi said...

I love using natural products, and can't wait to give this one a shot!

Anonymous said...

I have tried everything for my son's diaper rash with no luck. It would be worth trying! ssjane at aol dot com

Fresh Mommy said...

I've used a bentonite clay before... but never like this. I'd love to try it!

tabithablue@mac.com

Jennifer said...

I would love to have some of that! It sounds great! ;)

Annie Valentine said...

I have four little ones, so I think I'd get a lot of use from this! My older daughter had a nasty bee sting not too long ago, too.

valentinescarlet at yahoo dot com

Tina said...

I'm always interested in new natural products!
faustina@canoemail.com

Muse Mama said...

One of my sons has Autism and has been very hard to potty train. On top of that, he's prone to nasty rashes. I think this would be great for him!

Aa, A, K & M said...

very interested in learning more about this product!
abuyes at oregonducks dot org

The Morris Family said...

Sounds worth a try!
stephaneff (at) hotmail (dot) com

Abby said...

love to try this! Thanks for bringing it to my attention!

abbybirkett (at) hotmail (dot) com

:)

Liz said...

I am always looking for something to put on DD rashes and that is safe for cltoh diapers. I wonder if it helps eczema flare-ups?
lizstlawrence(at)gmail(dot)com

sanjeet said...

Loved it!
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