San Francisco, CA. (PRWEB) June 01, 2011
Today, Zion Health announces the availability of ClayBrite Natural Toothpaste in Whole Foods Mill Valley and Whole Foods Roseville. Claybrite is a unique brown colored toothpaste sweetened with Stevia leaf extract that is known to whiten the teeth, and help heal gum disease. Natural health consumers who live in Sacramento or Mill Valley may now purchase this unique brown colored toothpaste in their local Whole Food Store or internet shoppers may order ClayBrite Natural Toothpaste online at http://www.kanwaminerals.com.
“Whole Foods is recognized for selling the highest quality organic body care products. This makes our natural clay toothpaste an excellent addition to their already unique line of natural remedies and herbal body care products.” says Eddy Urbina, Zion Health sales manager. “ClayBrite consists of mainly clay and mint which is a healthy alternative to standard toothpastes currently available in grocery outlets and retail chains.”
Zion Health’s light brown colored toothpaste contains a unique type of clay called Kanwa or referred to by scientists as Calcium Montmorillonite clay. Calcium Montmorillonite is a natural, edible type of clay that contains trace minerals that are healthy to eat and serves as a gentle detox remedy. NASA sponsored research and latest research from MIT both claim this type of clay contains healthy nutrients and a natural pulling power that helps absorb toxins including harmful bacteria.
Zion Health sells a full line of healing clay body care products made with Kanwa including natural skin care products, and detox remedies. Their inspiration comes from ancient native practices of healing with clay. Native Americans commonly used clay to clean the gums and brush their teeth. Clay was additionally used in native medicine to soothe digestive ailments and heal wounds. The American Journal of Medicine reported African tribes used clay to detoxify contaminated water and poisonous foods.
“Certain types of clay contain powerful medicinal properties that help heal a long list of health ailments,” states Gloria Vilchez, Zion Health marketing manager. “In France, Montmorillonite clay is sold by bulk in most health food stores as a healthy supplement to the diet. The U.S. needs to catch up when it comes to the distribution of natural medicines.”
Zion Health products are available in local health food stores and Whole Food Store locations in Redwood City, San Ramon, San Mateo, Cupertino, including the recent addition of Whole Foods Mill Valley and Roseville. Zion’s natural body care products may also be purchased online at http://www.kanwaminerals.com.