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 What is Pascalite?

 Where is Pascalite found?

 When was it discovered?

 Who developed it?

 Why use Pascalite?

The Pascalite Solar Drying Shed

 

     
   

What is Pascalite?

Pascalite is a clay used for external health purposes.  Pascalite is classified as a calcium bentonite/montmorillonite of the non-swelling type. It's categorized as a white clay but this unique mineral is actually cream-colored.

Where is Pascalite found?

In "Nature's Own Laboratory" at 8600 feet in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, USA. Pascalite is situated in a beautiful and secluded valley, miles from any electricity or plumbing.  Located in a high vortex area, Pascalite clay has an unusually strong energy level. This particular clay has not been found anywhere else.

When was it discovered?

The first recorded use of Pascalite was in the early 1930s when a trapper named Emile Pascal set his traps near a cold, clear mountain lake, where he had noticed a large number of animal tracks. Next to the lake was an outcropping of a whitish, cheese-like substance, with which his chapped hands got coated. Deciding against washing the substance off in the icy lake, he waited until he returned to his cabin. To Pascal's surprise, when he did wash the substance off, the chapping appeared to be better. He wondered if the mysterious substance could have had anything to do with this healing.

Who developed it?

Pascal and his friends began experimenting with the substance, which seemed to have some very interesting properties, indeed. One of these friends was Ray Pendergraft, of Worland, who became partner in the tiny Pascalite mine. Ray was convinced that the clay - which he later named Pascalite (in honor of Emile Pascal) - was of real value to ill or injured people unable to find relief through standard typical means.

 

Ray devoted the rest of his life to making Pascalite available to people the world over. He died in 1998, at the age of 92, after spending more than 60 dedicated years mining, researching, promoting, using and believing in Pascalite.

 

Ray's family continues on, using his time-honored methods:  In the summertime Pascalite is still hand-mined to avoid contamination, then solar-dried in the "drying shed" through the winter at its' high mountain source. The next summer the clay is bagged up and hauled to the Pascalite, Inc. shop in Worland where it is ground into a fine powder, and then also used to make into additional Pascalite products.  All the Pascalite products are hand-processed, assuring the highest quality and consistency.

 

Why use Pascalite?

To seek improved health and well-being.  Pascalite is so versatile there are many reasons everybody should use it often. It is inexpensive and all-purpose.  Users have repeatedly reported that they feel Pascalite is more powerful - yet gentler, and superior to other clays.

                               

                                 Pascalite has been used for all these purposes and many more:

 

burns spider & bug/insect bites rashes
minor wounds facial mask acne & other skin issues
infections detox & baths skin softener
deodorant/body powder

cuts and scrapes

animals & plants

 

 We feel the uses for Pascalite are limited only by your imagination.

Teach yourself to think "PASCALITE FIRST" and keep it handy to use for just about anything!

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      Pascalite, Inc.    306 Lawson PO Box 104 Worland, WY 82401  USA    
   
www.pascalite.com  phone (307) 347-3872      fax (307) 347-2346      pascalite@rtconnect.net
   
 

Please note that we make no medical claims for Pascalite. This natural product is not intended to diagnose, cure, prevent or treat any disease. Pascalite and the statements in our literature have not been evaluated by the United States FDA. Consult your health care provider for any ailment.

   
   

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