We use clay for over twenty years with our six children and we found the clays of the sun a few years ago, they are part of our toolkit family health and travel. We have decided to reference and provide you with these clays, which are really the top-level quality, in France and may be in the world because we are particularly well positioned in France for clays. This small company located in Mons (Gard) works only with clays of the Vaucluse and the DrÃ´me, and provides clay dried in the sun without any intervention of thermal quality is absolutely exceptional. The clays of the sun are exported worldwide and are recommended by Dr Jade Allegre, naturopathic doctor which is really specialist French clay. Find a summary of his thesis in medicine on the use of clay internally on his website, or his thesis in full. The clays of the sun stand out of the clays that are found classically on the market and in the pharmacy because it is : raw without processing non-heated, simply dried in the sun unwashed non-ionised not tested on animals They thus retain all their natural properties and their surface exchange. Environmental commitments and social of the Clays of the Sun : Sort full of all our waste (paper, cardboard, plastic, vegetable matter,...)â Reduction of waste at source re-use of packaging and labelling that is transformed into a wedge for the implementation of carton of ordersâ All Clays are French, and dried in the sun, therefore, no mechanical process will not be in games (Vaucluse, and DrÃ´me, therefore, we are reducing the environmental impacts of supply and favour local jobs)â For all office supplies and ink, we encourage priority sectors sustainable and recycled.â Establishment of partnership for the packaging of products with French suppliersâ We encourage the use of person living in close proximity to maximize the well-being of employees (not long travel to work) and to reduce the discharge of Co2 by offering carpooling, nonâ existence of wage gap between men and womenâ development of schedules to support external activities (leisure, work, external, family...) of chacunLes health-related information to these in the videos below are based on the experience and research of the authors. The authors of these videos do not provide medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a medical treatment. We disclaim all responsibility for the consequences of personal or collective related to the use of the information contained in these videos : The montmorillonite is a variety of green clay of volcanic origin of the family of smectites. It takes its name from Montmorillon, a village located in Vienna, where it was discovered a deposit in 1847. Of a rare purity, its qualities and its attractions are superior to any other green clay. She holds a concentration is particularly high in silica (8 atoms of silicon per sheet), but also potassium, magnesium, iron and manganese. This richness in trace elements and mineral salts, and its neutral pH make it a clay of choice to decongest, heal and remineralize. The montmorillonite is less absorbent than the illite, but much more adsorbent and remineralizing : this means that it has been of particular gases, and toxins to its surface in the manner of a band-aid, stimulating the self-healing ion exchange. In internal use, it makes a very good dressing digestive, notably in cases of gastric ulcer, gastroenteritis, urinary tract infection, but also, more simply, bloating, upset stomach and fatigue installed. It is also possible to add a teaspoon in the bottle-feeding the infant in case of colic. The montmorillonite also is the clay of choice for dealing with the problems of combination to oily skin (acne, pimples, oily skin, eczema..). Cousin of the Rhassoul, it is used in the same way. Mixed with a little water to make a dough, its texture slightly slimy makes it more comfortable to the skin than other clays. Some examples of use : Shampoos and shower gels home Mask face Care combination to oily skin (add a little clay to the gel of aloe vera to make a facial treatment) Care for oily hair (add a little clay to your shampoo) In a natural bandage to close the wound and accelerate the healing process In poultices : muscle and joint pain, blows, bumps, sprains, burns, insect bites, migraine headaches, abdominal pain... In the toothpaste for the oral health and a better integration of the implants, orthodontics In the water wash of the nose in case of colds or sinusitis. Anecdote : The NASA evokes the presence of clay-montmorillonite on Mars ! A team of researchers argues as well that the clay would be the catalyst for life on Earth to the level of nucleic acids [ M. F. Aldersley et al., 2011 ].