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  • legalsite@gmail.com' RY, attorney at law says:

    THE WEBSITE FOR YOUR CLAY PRODUCTS IS ALL ABOUT PLUGGING UP HOLES AND BINDING HAY BALES. HOW CAN YOU SELL THIS STUFF FOR HUMAN INGESTION???

    • wendym@realfoodsmarket.com' Paul Malan says:

      Good question, RY.

      Corn is used for everything from your dinner table to your fuel tank. Different kind of corn, different ways of processing, but still corn. Closer to home, Real Salt and Ice Slicer are both salt mined from the same ancient deposit, but very different in quality and processing. The same can be said of our clay: industrial- and consumer-grade clay might share the bentonite name, but they aren’t the same product.

      Sorry we didn’t see your comment sooner.

    • nealb@redmondnatural.com' Neal Bosshardt says:

      Hi RY:
      I don’t fault you for being skeptical. There was no one more skeptical that I was in 1975 when first introduced to the idea of eating Redmond Clay. I thought there was no way that it could do what we heard some natural clays could do.
      But we have used the food grade Redmond Clay now for 40 years and have found it to help every intestinal issue known to man from diarrhea to constipation and everything in between. We have put it on open wounds and seen them heal practically overnight. I appreciate the stuff so much I tell people to have Redmond Clay at your house and learn how to use it before they have kids or grandkids on their property.
      I even wrote a little booklet telling our experiences with it. It is called ‘We Eat Clay and Wear it, too”. If you google that, you can probably find a copy.
      Neal Bosshardt.
      nealb@redmondnatural.com

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