Why do I often crave eating clay?

Why do I often crave eating clay?

There are 9047 comments on the GoErie.com story from Dec 7, 2007, titled Why do I often crave eating clay?. In it, GoErie.com reports that:

Q I have a habit that I have developed off and on for the past two years. I love the taste of clay.

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Clayaholic

UK

#3372 Jan 10, 2013
Chalk lover wrote:
Hi all,
I have white dirt again!!!! Available to all UK clay lovers :-)£6 a bag. Plus postage £2.70 1st class or £2.20 2nd class (no delivery tracking - this would be extra)
Email me on [email protected]
Ooo how much is there in a bag?
Chalk lover

Birmingham, UK

#3373 Jan 10, 2013
Hi Clayholic

There is about 180-200 g per bag depending on the chunk sizes.
Concerned clay eater

Wigan, UK

#3374 Jan 10, 2013
Hi,@ chalk lover
I just sent you an email, asking how much clay was in one bag?
Sarah

Israel

#3375 Jan 10, 2013
I started eating clay nzu during my pregnancy at a time I stopped and started again after deliver, my breat milk stopped flowing when I took it, that got me so worried, but to stop eating it is difficult, I would see some dust and bricks and wish I could eat them. But thank God it's over.
Love Clay

Acworth, GA

#3376 Jan 10, 2013
Chalk lover wrote:
Hi all,
I have white dirt again!!!! Available to all UK clay lovers :-)£6 a bag. Plus postage £2.70 1st class or £2.20 2nd class (no delivery tracking - this would be extra)
Email me on [email protected]
200 grams is the equivalent of 1.6 cups. It is equal to a little bit less than half of a pound.

6 Euros =$7.87 US dollars

2.70 Euro =$3.54 US dollars

2.20 Euro =$2.88 US dollars

So you can get 1/2 pound shipped to you in the UK 2nd class for about $10.75 US or 8.20 Euro
Love Clay

Acworth, GA

#3377 Jan 10, 2013
So just to get a 1 pound bag it would be

12 Euros or $15.74 US
Alexx

Ellenwood, GA

#3378 Jan 10, 2013
Love Clay wrote:
So just to get a 1 pound bag it would be
12 Euros or $15.74 US
Gosh that's a lot of money for 1 pound .
Chalk lover

Birmingham, UK

#3379 Jan 10, 2013
Love Clay wrote:
So just to get a 1 pound bag it would be
12 Euros or $15.74 US
Hi Love Clay,

I notice you live in GA. I wish I lived there too, as I'd be able to get white dirt for cheap. However, it costs quite a bit to ship large amounts of white dirt over to the UK (where I live) and sometimes white dirt can be held in customs, which I might add, you must pay an additional fee for it to be released and shipped to you. So all in all, it costs more than a fair bit.

So if any one is interested in ordering white dirt, just email me at [email protected]

kind regards and God bless
Concerned clay eater

Wigan, UK

#3380 Jan 10, 2013
I think the price seems fair, in the US you can get a whole pound for just a dollar, but since it has to be shipped all the way to the U.K , it will no doubt get pricey.

@chalklover, I just sent you an email asking for 2 bags.

I can't wait to finally get some!! I hope I'm not disappointed :-).
Will let you guys know how it goes.
Love Clay

Acworth, GA

#3381 Jan 10, 2013
Concerned clay eater wrote:
I think the price seems fair, in the US you can get a whole pound for just a dollar, but since it has to be shipped all the way to the U.K , it will no doubt get pricey.
@chalklover, I just sent you an email asking for 2 bags.
I can't wait to finally get some!! I hope I'm not disappointed :-).
Will let you guys know how it goes.
Not commenting on fair or not fair, just doing a break down in costs :)
Mary Tyler

Beaumont, TX

#3382 Jan 10, 2013
All things clay wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi Mary, that's the type I'm always trying to find here. I got excited a few weeks back when I spotted what I hoped would be good, but when I was able to go back I couldn't get access to the construction site.
ALT I know the feeling I just hate it when you scope out a site then go back later in dark and cant get to the clay or either the isn't right. When I do get to the site and it the right clay I try to take as much as I can .LOL cause I dont know when I find another good site. Good Luck on the Clay Hunt.
Mary Tyler

Beaumont, TX

#3383 Jan 10, 2013
Alabama Red wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes this what I prefer too. I like to let it dry out the taste is great.
Yes it is are bake it
All things clay

Hamilton, Bermuda

#3384 Jan 10, 2013
Mary Tyler wrote:
<quoted text> ALT I know the feeling I just hate it when you scope out a site then go back later in dark and cant get to the clay or either the isn't right. When I do get to the site and it the right clay I try to take as much as I can .LOL cause I dont know when I find another good site. Good Luck on the Clay Hunt.
Mary, it's funny how similar some of us are - you know EXACTLY what it's like....but if we tried to explain to somebody who wasn't like us they would think we were crazy lol!
Clayaholic

UK

#3386 Jan 10, 2013
@Chalklover where do you get the white dirt shipped to you from??
Wondering

Toronto, Canada

#3387 Jan 11, 2013
mmmm... glazed.
Mary Tyler

Beaumont, TX

#3388 Jan 11, 2013
Chalk lover wrote:
Hi all, I have got some ayilo/nzu/cylinder shaped greyish colour clay for sale!!! Here is a video link of how they make it http://www.juzztv.com/watch_video.php...
Just email me if your interested [email protected]
happy clay eating (in moderation)
God bless
HI Chalklover are you still selling this type of clay?
muddassir

UK

#3389 Jan 11, 2013
While I was in my early teens I was taken to a spectacular show by a friend`s mother where I saw several eomen eating calabar clay being proud of knowledge of science I wonder whether this could affect their health or not but still now I am on my way for searcvhin on that could help me•
All things clay

Hamilton, Bermuda

#3390 Jan 11, 2013
Came across an interesting old report on eating earth and clay from 1895....I like reading about how widespread this practice is/was.

http://www.well.com/user/peter/eatdirt.html
sand lady

High Point, NC

#3391 Jan 12, 2013
I started eating dirt when I was anemic. I was afraid of what was in the dirt so I switched to play sand. It looks clean. I don't eat it for the taste but for the texture. I know it is not good for my teeth but it hasn't hurt me.
Alexx

Ellenwood, GA

#3392 Jan 12, 2013
Just got finish eating my clay . Powder & all . All gone . Let's see how long it'll be before I start craving for clay again . Idk what I'll to get the clay .

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