Thanks for sharing; please take good care of yourself.I bought the heilerde for 5 euro and it is 400g claypowder. When I taste it raw it was nothing like the kalaba and ghana clay I was use to. So I divided it into 2 and added water and abit of salt to acquire the taste. I moulded into small pieces and baked. Since it's been seen as a healing soil I didn't eat much. I was trying to follow the perscription on it. I found it better than kalaba clay but with time I started craving for real clay so I went to this afroshop around me and got 500g for 5 euro. I eat all within 2 days because it had this crunchy sour state and the best taste one can ever find. I went again to buy the the seller wouldn't sell it to me because I complained that I am pregnant and faint at times an that I'm also on iron tablets. She advised me that eating too much is also not healthy. Honestly she hast the best clay in town. Cheap, smooth and crunchy. Since then I have closed my mind and decided to stick to heilerde at least it has been researched and has no lead and other dangerous minerals. The heilerde has even abit of iron in it and I eat consciously. I can't wait to have my baby and go back eating the real clay. I have been clay clean for the past 4 days and I'm still counting. Hopefully I will be able to forget about it totally. It's sometimes embarrassing when people get to know about clay addiction but with determination and strong wills we shall overcome the addiction. <quoted text>
When I next travel I plan to get some heilerde (as well as other things).
I had to look up what kalaba clay was, and see that it's actually kaolin (white dirt). That other clay you bought sounds perfect - "cheap, smooth and crunchy". Was that white dirt too, or some other type?