Bentonite clay stomach bug

Remarkable Bentonite Clay Stomach Bug Soother

Have you ever had one of those days where your stomach just won’t settle? Then you need to try our bentonite clay stomach bug soother recipe.

Whether it’s a gassy stomach, stomach discomfort, indegestion of a bad case of diarrhea, we’ve got your back (of stomach). This vivid and nutritious bentonite clay-come ginger smoothie is just the ticket for troubled tums.

But first…

What is Bentonite Clay?

Bentonite clays are a natural material derived from the fiery depths of volcanoes. When volcanic ash ages and degrades, it forms this light grey clay. It possesses a high electromagnetic negative charge, which can influence the body’s pH level and provide it with some important minerals.

Also known as montmorillonite clay, due to the region in France it was first discovered, bentonite clay is packed with minerals. In fact, you’ll find a whopping 70 different minerals which include calcium, magnesium, and iron. All these minerals work together to do wonders for your skin – and your insides too (which is what we’re going to be focusing on here).

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What Does Bentonite Clay Do For Intestines?

See, bentonite clay is stacked with tiny little layers that give it a negative electrical charge. These powerful negative ions are what give bentonite its superpower – the ability to latch onto positively-charged nasty stuff in your gut.

When bentonite clay enters your gut, it’s like there’s a showdown between it and the bacteria. Those negative ions aggressively chase down the bad guys – the positively charged heavy metals, toxins, and problematic bacteria that wreak havoc on your digestive system. Bentonite binds them all and escorts them out of your body as it passes through your digestive tract.

bentonite clay stomach bug Elixir
Gassy stomach issues can be calmed down with clay

Pretty amazing, right? Those negatively charged ions in bentonite clay give it the power to dramatically improve gut health and beat a bad case of the runs or constipation. There’s no other clay around that can get the job done quite like bentonite.

Bentonite Clay And Gas Benefits

Feeling gassy and puffed up? Bentonite clay is here to help deflate and soothe your poor bloated belly! This amazing clay has a natural negative charge that attracts and binds to excess gas bubbles, rounding them up and sending them out of your system. After a dose of bentonite clay, you’ll be breathing easy without that uncomfortable pressure and bloat.

It also coats and calms an irritated stomach lining. Thanks to that negative charge, bentonite clay sticks to your stomach lining, protecting it from stomach acid and irritants. It works to reduce inflammation and provide relief from issues like acid reflux. With its unique binding properties, bentonite clay is truly the belly’s best friend.

Bentonite clay myths

There is an important myth that needs debunking – that bentonite clay can strip nutrients and probiotics when taken internally. I’m happy to provide some clarification on why this isn’t the case:

It’s true that bentonite clay has a strong negative charge. However, this charge is selective – it only binds to and removes substances with a positive charge. Harmful bacteria, heavy metals, toxins, and chemicals typically have a positive charge, which is why bentonite is so effective at removing those.

Remarkable Bentonite Clay Stomach Bug Soother

But beneficial nutrients, vitamins, minerals, and probiotics do not have a positive charge. Therefore, they are not affected or stripped away by ingesting bentonite clay. The clay passes right by those helpful elements and only binds to the bad stuff.

In fact, bentonite clay actually prevents toxins from being absorbed by protecting the intestinal walls. The clay binds to the toxins and escorts them out of the body as waste. This is a key reason bentonite clay is used in cleansing and detoxification.

So while it’s understandable why some may think bentonite strips everything out of the body, the science shows this isn’t the case. The clay’s negative charge is selective and targets only the substances that need removing. Your good bacteria and nutrients get to stay put and continue benefitting your body. Pretty cool how this clay knows exactly what to grab and what to leave alone!

Bentonite Clay Stomach Bug Soother Recipe.

Here is a recipe for a bentonite clay and orange soother to help calm stomach issues:


  • 1 tablespoon bentonite clay
  • 1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice (about 3 oranges)
  • 1 teaspoon raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 1 inch grated ginger root
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 cup filtered water


  1. In a small bowl, mix together the bentonite clay and filtered water. Whisk well until smooth and free of clumps.
  2. In a blender, combine the orange juice, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, grated ginger, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Blend on high for 30 seconds.
  3. Add the bentonite clay mixture to the blender and blend again for 1 minute.
  4. Drink immediately after blending. The clay will start to settle so make sure to drink it right away for maximum benefits.
  5. Can be stored in the fridge for up to 24 hours. Shake or stir well before drinking.

Drink 1/2 cup of this elixir 2-3 times per day to help relieve stomach irritation, bloating, gas, and other digestive issues. The combination of bentonite clay, oranges, and spices works to soothe and restore gut health.

In Summary

With its natural negative charge, bentonite clay can trap excess gas, calm inflammation, and protect the stomach lining better than most other remedies. This miraculous mud has a special talent for absorbing the bacterial villains that cause problems like bloating, pain, and indigestion.
Mix yourself up a gut-soothing elixir and let this clay start to work its thing.


  • Kami Rey

    Kami Rey knows that when it comes to food, you can have your cake and eat it too. For over a decade, she’s been showing readers how to transform traditionally “naughty” foods into more nutritious options, without sacrificing flavor. When she’s not experimenting in the kitchen, you’ll find this busy mom hitting the pavement, logging miles on her daily runs.

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