Video: Arizona State University (ASU) Researchers Study Anti-Bacterial Montmorillonite Clay

February 27, 2013

ASU Researchers treat the dangerous flesh-eating bacteria with Montmorillonite based clay, watch the video!
Researchers, Shelley Haydel and Lynda Williams of ASU teamed up to study the remarkable antibacterial properties of montmorillonite clays. They were astounded to find that Montmorillonite clay compounds are among the most potent antibiotics that can fight even the most dangerous "flesh-eating" bacteria.

National Institutes of Health (NIH) program directors were interested too. They awarded a $438,970 grant over two years to Williams and Haydel for the study of clay mineral alternative treatment for Buruli ulcers. What makes this award even more interesting is the rarity for a geochemist to net a NIH grant.

Notes, Lynda Williams: "we're closer than ever before to understanding 'healing clays'."
The team is continuing its antibacterial clay research, but the discovery is actually an application of an age-old remedy. The power of active, ionic Montmorillonite clay to heal, detoxify, disinfect and support healthy living.

Clay is not dirty. On the contrary, it is the essence of clean! Some clay compounds are antibacterial, antimicrobial and antitoxin. Such is ION-MIN, a premium calcium Montmorillonite clay, available from California Earth Minerals’ Dealers and Distributors both Domestic U.S and International. .
ION-MIN®, a natural, premium Montmorillonite clay.! Montmorillonite is the name of a clay that has the physical properties of the first commercial clay deposit found by mankind. The clay deposit is located in Montmorillon, France.
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