About Living Clay®
use the term "Organic" on any product without holding a certificate
that indicates that your product has been manufactured, processed or
grown under strict USDA guidelines can possibly lead to fines as
large as $11,000.00. Simply claiming that a product is organic does
not make it so.
Basically, companies making claims about organic content must have
their products inspected by a USDA certifying agency, and the name
and contact information of that certifying agency must be displayed
on the product advertised to hold organic content. This allows the
consumer to verify claims made by the manufacturer.
Manufacturers that list products "Percent Organic" are already
starting to fall from grace. People who demand organic products are
becoming aware that products advertised to them as "Percent Organic"
are not Organic Products.
However, depending on which percentage of a product is certified by
a certification agency as organic, the company may list “Percent
Organic” on the product label. The actual percent of organic
ingredients certified within a formula will dictate how one can use
the word organic on the product: from boldly stating "USDA Certified
Organic" on the front of a bottle to "Made with Organic Aloe" on a
side panel. Clay is made by God; natural clay is not grown or
formulated by man.
was made pure. Without forethought, man has contaminated earth and
thus, many clay deposits with chemicals, acid rain and pollutants.
Clays from deserted desert regions within sub surface mines are less
likely to be contaminated. Make sure your clay is free of
contaminants by requesting a copy of the provider’s lab test for
It is up to you to protect yourself.
When in doubt, ask questions. Be diligent about your health.
information on the benefits of Clay and its many uses, we highly
recommend the book Living Clay:
Nature's Own Miracle Cure, and the website
and we will answer promptly.