Zion Health Ancient Clay Soap Wind 6 oz. (170 g)
Zion Health Ancient Desert Clay Soap Wind is a specialty blend of Montmorillonite Clay and essential oils. Ancient cultures have commonly used Montmorillonite to heal wounds and skin ailments. Montmorillonite carries and electrical charge of negative ions. Toxins carry a positive charge. Ancient Clay Organic Soap naturally cleans the skin by absorbing pollutants, restoring the skin's natural pH. Wind Ancient Clay Soap balances, nourishes and heals.
Healing from the Earth
Zion Health, founded by President Haim Zion is a small natural health company specializing in the healing powers of Kanwa Clay Minerals. Mr. Zion an avid believer and user of natural healing remedies discovered certain types of clay can heal a variety of health ailments.
Haim discovered Kanwa for himself when battling gum disease. His gums were in terrible shape and he needed intensive surgery. He was told by a business acquaintance to apply the minerals on his gums at night for a couple of weeks. He did this for almost three weeks. Upon his return office visit, the Dentist was in complete shock. Mr. Zion’s gums were healing and surgery was not necessary.
Haim formed a team of natural health chemists and released his first product; ClayBrite Toothpaste. His passion started as a hobby to provide his friends and family with a great natural toothpaste. His hobby grew into a quickly expanding business as word of mouth created a huge demand for this amazing brown toothpaste.
Scientific research supports the healing benefits of clay, however, not all clays are the same. Some clays contain only one or two minerals that provide little benefit. Zion Health utilizes Kanwa Clay (Calcium Montmorillonite), a high quality, edible grade clay in their entire skin care and body care line.
The story of Earth Minerals has been told before in both ancient and modern times. Yet seldom has it been given a printed voice. It testifies to the miracle of life.
Native Healers long carried bags of Earth Minerals used for healing. Dietary studies of descendants of the Incas of long ago, reveal eating minerals as a common practice. When their ancestral mountain empire was ravaged, the last of the Inca’s rulers escaped deep into the Andean mountains. They took with them supplies of Earth Minerals in clay form, which were valued even above the treasures of the empire!
Dr. Weston Price, a researcher studying primitive races of the high Andes, Central Africa, and also the Aborigines of Australia, asked for the privilege of seeing what the natives carried in their knapsacks. Without exception, each one contained a ball of minerals packed in clay, a little of which would be dissolved in water. Their morsels of food would be dipped in their mixture before being eaten, This practice is carried on today and is undoubtedly one reason the people of these cultures experience physical stamina and endurance.
Tibetans in Western China
Tibetans in Western China routinely live to be a 120 or even 140 years old, according to Nobel prize nominee Dr. Joel Wallach. What is more, these people don’t live in nursing homes, they live full, productive and enjoyable lives.
The reason for their longevity is that they inhabit high altitude areas where the soil contains abundant amounts of montmorillonite deposits, a mixture of minerals from volcanic ashes and ancient oceanic sediment consisting of seaweed, algae and other calciferous marine life that are believed to have been brought to the surface by volcanic actions.
Thanks to the montmorillonite, which soil experts value as an exceptionally good agricultural enhancement, their crops taste better, grow faster, and are more resistant to diseases. The balance of natural colloidal minerals, including the essential trace minerals present in montmorillonite are easy to assimilate and enhance the production of enzymes in all living organisms.