Nutramin for Animals, Calcium Montmorillonite Clay

Nutramin for Animals

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Nutramin for Animals, Calcium Montmorillonite Clay, Ionic Mineral Supplement

Pet Care

Restore your animals wild health! One of the reasons our pets do not live as long or are as healthy as animals in the wild is that they are exposed to the same processed foods, toxins and chemicals as we are. They share our stressful lives and live in our contaminated environment. With household chemicals, pesticides, and other harmful toxins constantly around our pets, this creates an enviroment damaging to their health. Our organization has found a solution to help absorb these toxins and remove them as well as providing trace minerals to your pet's diet.

Animals in the wild are able to find their own sources of natural health and can self heal with clays and botanicals found in their habitat. For many animals from elephants to fish to sheep and birds and primates, clay minerals are a big part of their natural healing tradition.

  • Ionic, colloidal minerals held in a anionic silicate
  • Removes fungus, yeast, bacteria, and mycotoxins
  • Improves digestion
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Helps maintain healthy teeth and gums
  • Contributes to strong bones and joints
  • Relieves joint pain
  • Used as a pack or poultice, this amazing compound helps heal bruises, cuts, bites, stings, and wounds


We have a fox terrier 11 years of age named Jesse. This winter Jesse became ill and stopped eating. We took him to the vet where he was examined and they ran blood tests to determin his ailment. The vet stated he had a serious calcium deficiency and put him on an I.V. and kept him over the weekend. On Monday the vet determined that he was well enough for us to bring him home with a prescription of antibiotics and calcium pills and a $500 bill. On Tuesday Jesse stopped eating again and seamed worse than when we took him to the vet. We stopped giving the medicine we recieved from the vet and starting giving him calcium montmorilllonite clay. We had been using it for years in our koi ponds and new about the benifits of this clay. The first day we had to make a paste and put it on his tongue. The next day we were able to mix it with his food. By Sunday he was back to his normal playful activities and eating well. We now give him Terramin with his food daily as we do our other dogs. Buddy, a pit bull mix, has shown great improvement with his joint pains. RC Moore, owner of


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