ION-MIN Zeta Potential Studied as Radiation Block

September 11, 2011

ION-MIN Studied as a Block Against Radiation
Is ION-MIN®, a premium calcium Montmorillonite (Bentonite) clay from California Earth Minerals which is a completely natural product, a new discovery that we can include in our defense against the effects of radiation?

Experts are clearly saying, “Yes”. Certainly it is not the sole solution, but when used in conjunction with a diet replete with a combination of select iodines, natural fruits, plants and raw milk, this rare clay provides credible benefits. It is reported that mixing a small amount of ION-MIN with water and drinking it on a daily basis and bathing with a small quantity of Clay in your bath water are two well known ways to detoxify your body, removing heavy metals, toxins and pathogens and receiving a Mega-dose of wonderful body strengthening mineral nutrients.
The “Enerceutical” value of ION-MIN which is determined by the strength of its zeta potential, which is the value of the attraction power of its negative ion.  ION-MIN is currently under investigation by Companies worldwide in their search for relief for the populations of Europe and Japan that have been so negatively affected by radiation exposure due to their proximity to , first, Chernobyl in Russia and now, Fukushima in Japan. In the United States, Three Mile Island was our wake-up call to the dangers of radioactive exposure from Nuclear power plants.
ION-MIN and Premium Calcium Montmorillonite (Bentonite) Clay are natural solutions that many experts recommend to offset the negative effects o f non-lethal  exposure t  radiation and radioactive elements. This report and others on California Earth Minerals web site presents the scientific “dirt” on the subject of natural products offering mankind help to recover from radiation poisoning.
Yes, clay is a form of earth soils that some call, “dirt”. However, Montmorillonite clay is a very special form of earth that is extremely rare. The name,” Montmorillonite”, is derived from a town in France where one of the first deposits was discovered in 1847, several years before the discovery of bentonite in the United States.
It is notable that less than 5% of the Earth’s soils can truly be classified as Montmorillonite due to the strict criteria that must be met in order to be classified as a Montmorillonite and only a small amount of these Montmorillonites can truly be classified as premium because the way they are created is the key. 
The very best Montmorillonites are made by volcanic action, hydraulic river action and long term exposure to very high “cooking temperatures” Montmorillonites of this nature were being created by the Earth between 30-50 million years ago.
ION-MIN is a special Montmorillonite that meets this criteria and thus is called a living clay because of its special healing qualities that derive from its tetrahedral shape that forms in octrahedral combinations of crystal lattices in its molecular structure. This quality along with its very strong zeta potential which is the power to attract positive ions (cations) due to its negative ionic state (anions).