MiraClay 50 ml

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MiraClay (affectionately known as Miracle Mud) is a home-made blend of a special clay from the mysterious Cedarberg, Eucalyptus and various other essential oils.  It heals most acute wounds (cuts, scrapes, burns) within 2 days and rapidly increases the rate of healing for chronic wounds, such as diabetic ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, etc. Great for cold sores (herpes), athlete's foot, insect bites, blue bottle or bee sting, bruises, etc. The effects are near-miraculous. Used with confidence by a number of surgeons.


  • 5
    powerful extraction

    Posted by Theo VdM on 20th Jul 2018

    A spikethorn tree fell on me while pruning.
    The incident covered with multiple deep penetrating thorns across my body.
    Miraclay, is the only product successfully expelling the thorns, which have been buried in my flesh for more than a year.
    Caution must be adhered to. Apply as directed . Very powerful.

  • 5
    Amazing ointment

    Posted by Marina C on 11th Jul 2018

    I was introduced to Miraclay ointment some 3-4 years ago. Since then it has become an important item for everyday access for cuts and bruises especially when the grandchildren come to visit! It has a permanent place in the first aid box.

  • 5
    Healing mud

    Posted by Marelise on 15th Nov 2017

    My been het erg stukkende plekke gehad, wat net nie wou gesond word nie. Tot ek die wonder modder gekry het. Al my stukkend plekke is gesond en van hule is baie kleiner as wat hule was. Ek smeer dit aan my as my vel bars van al die swelling, dan word plekke baie gouer gesond. Ek is mal oor my wonder modder, dit werk

  • 5

    Posted by Minnie on 16th Aug 2016

    I’ve been using MiraClay to smooth the damaged skin on my permanent make-up wounds. The anti-inflammatory properties of the product is amazing…the scarred tissue healed in no time and the product smells terrific!

  • 4
    Still experimenting with the miracle

    Posted by KarenF on 16th Jan 2015

    I have been using the MiraClay for various ailments with varied rates of success to date. For wound healing I have not found it that potent - I have used it on deep cuts and hoped to see rapid 'knitting' of the wound, which has not really been the case. For insect bites it is excellent, though. It takes the itch away immediately and the redness goes as well. I tend to get a type of exzema on my fingers after exposure to dishwashing liquid which can be a bit painful, and it has helped with the discomfort and hastened healing. I have tried it as a face cream but found that it made my skin very hot and blotchy. I do have an extremely sensitive skin, though. We are using MiraClay at our Health Spa as well, but I am still waiting on proper feedback as to its effectiveness in various situations. I will give feedback on that at a later stage. MiraClay has however earned its place in my medicine cupboard, and truth be told now lives next to my bed so it can be close at hand. Even sometimes just for a sniff to cheer me up, as it smells so good!

  • 5
    Definitely deserves its name.

    Posted by Shirley van der Laar on 28th Aug 2012

    My son is using it on his chronic wounds as a result of a motorcycle accident 30 years ago and for the first time in years the wounds are closing and looking so much better. Nothing he has tried before this has achieved this result so far.