Pascalite is a clay used for health purposes. Pascalite can be best 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.
Pascal and his friends experimented 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, was of real value to ill or injured people unable to find relief through typical means.
Ray was to devote 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 years mining, researching, promoting, using and believing in Pascalite.
Ray's family continues his time-honored methods: Pascalite is still hand-mined to avoid contamination, then solar-dried through the winter at its' high mountain source. The clay is then trucked to the Pascalite, Inc. facility in Worland where it is ground to a fine powder. All the Pascalite products are hand-processed, assuring the highest quality and consistency.
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