One of the particular features of Manicouagan clay is its high content
of silicate, iron oxide and alumina. The marked presence of iron oxide
gives it its unique colour. This type of clay is very rich in potassium,
magnesium and sodium, and it is particularly rich in iron and calcium.
The sea clay appeared after extreme changes to the Earth’s surface
caused by a meteorite falling in the Manicouagan region 215 million
years ago. Protected by a layer of peat, the clay deposit stretches
along the coastline for 15 km2.
The clay contains interstitial water which has been trapped since time
immemorial. Analysis has revealed the presence of 42 different atomic
elements as well as a huge diversity of marine vegetation and algae.
Instructions: for external use – stir before use.
Daily use or during periods of intensive exercise :• Apply a 2cm layer
over the whole area of the tendons and joints to be treated.
• Allow it to dry.
• Rinse the leg with water the following day.For an anti-inflammatory and healing effect on injuries :• Apply a clay poultice.
• Cover with plastic film and a bandage.
• Rinse the leg with water and reapply every day.
In ancient times, a pristine sea evaporated leaving behind a rich
mineral deposit deep within the earth in Southern Utah. Redmond Rock™ is
a natural sea salt containing the trace minerals from that ancient sea.
Due to intensive farming practices most soils have become depleted of
these life giving minerals, and crops grown on these soils with common
N-P-K fertilizer are mineral deficient too. Redmond Rock plays an
important role in providing these essential trace minerals missing from