Argilotherapy in Pharmacy
Treat yourself differently thanks to the benefits of clay. Clay naturally has special healing properties
Clay is a volcanic land. Used for millennia, clay has carved a place in the pharmacopoeia of families across countries. Where does it come from?
Clay is the result of a long process of rock erosion of granites under the action of atmospheric agents: water, electricity, oxygen, carbon dioxide, etc. The different colors found vary according to the deposits of limestone, iron oxide or magnesium which crystallize on the siliceous molecules of the granites. Several of these macro and microelements give it its therapeutic properties. It is a natural source of minerals and trace elements (including silica, aluminum silicates, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, copper, zinc, selenium, cobalt, manganese ...) it contains in varying proportions. Clay refers to a large variety of clay rocks, which can be of different colors (green, red, blue, yellow, gray, white, brown, pink ...). It's about finding the right clay for a given person to solve a problem or relieve a specific problem.
From a phytotherapeutic point of view, clay is used to treat disorders that afflict the gastrointestinal tract, such as bloating and abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhea and more generally the clay is particularly suitable for Irritable bowel syndrome. It is worth remembering that clay also has the ability to treat abscesses, redness on baby's bottom, burns, hemorrhoids, painful periods, colds, sores, painful joints, tendonitis, dandruff, cellulite, as detergents for the face, as nonfluoride toothpaste, to have beautiful nails, beautiful hair, for a peeling scrub, a scrubbing and nourishing mask, a mask for dry skin, dehydrated or devitalized, a bad headaches, eye inflammations ... and other ailments again!