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Special features of Purple Clay
1. Why Purple Clay?
Purple Sand Clay used for pottery is prized for its special characteristic. Purple Clay is attractive and has luminescent quality. It is non-toxic and highly plastic when molding. When fired and dried, it undergoes little contraction, which prevents cracking in pots, allowing the pot lid to fit snugly, which in turn, minimizes loss of heat and aroma.

The fine texture and porous nature of Purple Clay, combined with its low thermal conductivity, makes it ideal for cooking and maintaining food texture. It has a 4% water absorption rate, and is made of material for making teapots and crockery in the world.

When properly refined and fired to a high (but sub-porcelain) temperature, it produces a type of pottery that is slightly absorbent.

The GI Purple Clay Series products have been awarded the “Malaysia SIRIM”, Hong Kong Safety Marks”, “International – TUV”, “International – CB”, “Canada - CSA”, “Europe - CE” & etc.

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Health & Nutrition
Humans need vitamins on a daily basis. Since the body can’t synthesize vitamins, they must be ingested. Vitamins contribute to good health by processing digested food acting as coenzymes to enable the body to quickly and accurately perform its biological functions.

Because vitamins and minerals are interdependent, minerals must be present for the body to utilize vitamins.

Vitamins are required for every biochemical activity of the body. The body can synthesize vitamins from living matter but the body cannot produce minerals where none are available.

Minerals are required for efficient cell function and an increased life span. Trace minerals, such as those found in Purple Clay, are more important than vitamins to body health and adequate functioning.

The electromagnetic spectrum is divided into three segments by wavelength measured in microns. 0.076 to 1.5 microns is “near” infrared, 1.5 to 5.6microns is “middle” infrared and 5.6 to 1000 microns is “far” infrared.

This invisible band of light warms objects with our warming the air between the source and the object. The best example of this is the sun. Recall standing in the sun on a cold day. You fell warmth form the sun even though the air temperature was cold. This warmth you feel is far infrared penetrating your body 1.5 to 3.5 inches.
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3. Far Infra-Red
Infrared heat is, therefore, a completely safe energy that raises the temperature in objects with our having to heat the air in between. Approximately 80% of the sun’s rays fall into the infrared range. (This should not be confused with ultraviolet rays which are harmful to skin). It is not visible to the human eye but can been seen with special cameras that translate the light into visible colors.

Our bodies also radiate far infrared energy through the skin at between 3 and 50 microns. Our palms emit energy between 8 and 14 microns. (You can experience this by holding your palms near each other without touching.) Radiant heat is also called infrared energy (IR). The infrared segment of the electromagnetic spectrum is divided into 3 segments by wave length.

Far infrared has already been introduced to the world as a notable method for healing. Over the centuries, infrared has become known for its ability to alleviate medical problems.

When water is exposed to the far-infrared rays, its molecules are activated. When you drink activated water, it will taste fresh. Although human being and other living things are “fresher” if they are exposed to far-infrared rays, they do not absorb all infrared rays. They can absorb the far-infrared rays having specific wavelengths. Purple clay emits tar-infrared rays when heated. These rays radiate nr other food and water that is contained in the purple clay crockery.
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