Created from volcanic ash, bentonite is a conglomerate of aluminum phyllosilicate smectite with a low negative charge that attracts impurities and toxins.
A hydrous phyllosilicate smectite formed million of years ago with a high mineral content and cation exchange capacity to bind to heavy metals
Microporous in structure, these aluminosilicate minerals are most commonly used as adsorbents and catalysts
Composed of mostly calcium sulfate dihydrate, gypsum is a great fertilizer, soil conditioner, and a significant component of plaster, chalk, and drywall.
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