Rich with a high concentration of Dead Sea minerals and trace elements. Known to increase blood circulation. This mud, soothes pain from aching joints and muscles. Psoriasis sufferers are also frequent users. The mud is an excellent body mask that soothes, exfoliate and rejuvenates the skin.
Sea Silt is one of the world's most prized ancient medicines. It has been used for centuries to balance, detoxify, and tone the body. Historical reports reveal the many uses of sea silt in the treatment of human disease. Even animals have been observed using moor mud for its curative properties. Moor mud is the unique product of time and nature that started with the retreat of the last Ice Age. A very fertile valley brimming with plant life was formed and isolated from the rest of the world. These plants became submerged under a lake formed by the melting glaciers. Over time, this area became a rich, live deposit of organic substances with all of the properties of the plants intact. Analysis of moor mud shows that it contains over 1000 organic botanicals, trace minerals and elements, enzymes, natural anti-biotics, vitamins and phyto-hormones.
Sea Silt is being rediscovered today by the world's best naturopaths, and it is being used to heal a wide range of disorders. It is seen on the menus of the world's finest spas for complete body care. In addition to its cosmetic use as a natural exfoliant, detoxifier and cellulite reducer, moor mud can be used in poultices to reduce swelling, reduce inflammation, draw out abscesses, and to promote healing with minimized scar formation.
Suggested Use: Mix equal parts water or apple cider vinegar in glass container. Stir until smooth paste. Apply a 1/8" - 1/4" thick layer to test area, let dry to make sure your skin tolerates before applying to face. Drying times vary, but are generally 5 min for delicate skin adn 15-20 min for normal skin. Wash with warm water, a slight redness may appear after removing but should disappear in appx 30 min.
Botanical Name: Sea Silt Maris Limus and Algae Lithothamnium Calcareum
aka: Moor mud; black mud; Dead Sea mud
Origin: Sea silt: Israel, Algae: Canada
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