1. Mix the first four ingredients in a medium saucepan, and boil 30 minutes.
While that’s heating, mix 4 tablespoons baking soda and 1 tablespoon Celtic Sea
Salt and set aside.
place 1 cup of Bentonite Clay into a glass bowl. Note: it is important to use a
glass bowl and wooden spoon because when the Bentonite Clay gets wet, it sets
up an electromagnetic reaction which will absorb the particles inside of a
metal bowl, or the toxins out of a plastic one.
Remove saucepan from heat and strain off herbs, catching the liquid in a glass
bowl. Slowly add the salt and baking soda mixture. Expect it to foam and
bubble. This is the cinnamon and the baking soda reacting to each other. While
it is still frothing, pour the liquid mixture into the bowl of Bentonite Clay,
and whisk briskly. The foam will start to settle down and a smooth paste should
start to form. Continue adding the remains of Bentonite Clay until the desired
consistency is reached. Store in glass jars and avoid any contact with
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