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Bensonite



Bensonite is a colloidal clay. It is a carbonate mineral which contains barium, magnesium, calcium, manganese and strontium with the general composition (Ba,Sr)6(Ca,Mn)6Mg(CO3)13. Said to give creative energy to those who carry it on their person.[1]

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History and Use

This is merely a stub article. Some uses of bensonite can be seen here.[2]

References

  • bensonite.net
  • Georgia State University bensonite information
 
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