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Vertargil Green Clay SUPERFINE

Item No.: 000-799
(Price excluding VAT) 21,07


  • 750gr.
  • 2.5kg. (+ €34,00)
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Vertargil Green clay Superfine

Green clay is highly cleansing, rich in enzymes and contains many beneficial minerals. It appears to be an exceptionally good natural remedy for stimulating the healing of wounds and skin conditions. In horses, it can be used, among other things, for tendon blows, mug, fungi and bruises. Vertagil superfine is also very suitable for an internal cleansing cure to rid the body of toxins and waste.

Green Clay powder for internal use is supplied without instructions for use and should be used according to the advice of your veterinarian or naturopathic therapist.


 Vertargil Superfine 750gr.

€  25,49

 Vertargil Superfine 2.5kg. 

€  59,49

For your horse, but also suitable for yourself as a face mask, in the bath, etc.
Green clay is a living, intelligent substance whose effect has never been simulated in a laboratory.
It cleanses, mineralizes, initiates all kinds of regenerative processes and harmonizes the total ecology of the body.
When used internally and externally, clay can promote health and support the healing processes in certain ailments and diseases.
Green clay is very rich in minerals and cleanses the connective tissue and the intestines.
In addition to natural, loam can also be used in allopathic medicine.
According to scientific research, loam could be the cradle of the higher life forms on earth.
This underlines the wonderful intensive effect of medicinal mud, loam powder or loam water.

Green clay from Vertargil is an active clay verified by university laboratories, which, when exposed to sunlight, loses its strength and becomes very active.
This activation persists for years.
For internal use, one takes the purified clay, which has been stripped of all sand and other impurities.
Green clay is a living substance, rich in minerals, traces and enzymes.
In naturopathy, the clay or loam falls under the treatments with earth, in addition to which one also knows those with peat and mud.
Loam was used in prehistoric times as a skin cleanser and for wound treatment.
It is mentioned in the ancient medical writings of eg Avicenna.
In our time, primitive peoples in Africa, America and Australia eat clay against diarrhoea, nausea or stomach ache.
Farmers traditionally treated the ailments of their pets and livestock with clay.
When a horse sprained a leg, they took clay, mixed it with water and vinegar and smeared it on the sore spot.
It was often thanks to wild animals that places of healing earth were discovered.
It had been observed that injured animals wallowed in the mud in special places and then quickly recovered.

For an internal cleansing cure for horses, use two tablespoons of green clay twice a day and half a tablespoon for dogs.
The fine pure green clay is widely used for an internal cleansing cure to rid the body of toxins and waste.
This can be done on a regular basis (twice a year) or only if the animal is ailing and regularly has problems that can arise from a "full" rubbish bin (such as mug, eczema, colds too often, infections, fungus, etc.).
A cleansing treatment with green clay is supported by the addition of essential oils.
A cure with green clay cannot be applied to animals that are chipped (registration chip) or have pins in the body.
In addition, green clay may not be given internally to pregnant mares, horses with kidney problems, horses undergoing heavy training or horses with physical abnormalities.
Preferably only to be given in consultation with or on the advice of a veterinary naturopathic therapist.
Note: Green clay can negatively affect the effect of medicines.

Green clay is used externally for, among other things, thick legs, wounds and to protect the skin of the tail and mane.
However, use on wounds and damaged skin is not without risk and should be used with care.
If the clay is left in place for too long, waste products from the wound can "break in" and an infection can develop.
The clay should never be left on for more than 12 hours; the hardened clay must then be removed from the skin.
Optionally, you can add essential oil to the clay.

Slowly pour the desired amount of Vertargil - Green Loam into a non-metallic bowl or container containing an equal amount of water. Let all this settle for some time without stirring so that the clay can absorb the water well. Drain the excess water and the pasta is ready to use.
It is advisable to use rain, spring, mineral or distilled water, because tap water usually contains chlorine, which can adversely affect the functioning of the clay. The rest of the already prepared pasta can be stored, provided that it remains in contact with light and air under a layer of water. So DO NOT close!

Alumina, aluminium, iron, silicon, calcium, magnesium, sodium and potassium and residual traces of hydrogen, titanium, chlorine, phosphorus, carbon, manganese and sulfur

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