Herbs of the Holyland by Nissim Krispil

advanced search »
Common name:


Synonym name:

Hebrew name:


Scientific name:


Arabic name:

Flowering color:
Flowering period:
Growing areas:
Kaolin is a clay rock composed of the clays mineral kaolinite. It is named after a hill in southern China, Kao-ling, there it was mined for many generations. Internationally it is known as a raw material in ceramic industry. In the early fifties of the 20 century kaolin was found in Makhtesh Ramon, the Members kibutz Revivim mined it and transferred it to ceramics factory in Haifa Bay. 
in the folk medicine It's known for the treatment of acne.

 Kaolin can be purchased in natural stores and building materials shops that sell clay for the Ceramic industry. Mix heaping tablespoon of kaolin a quarter cup of water and stir until the mixture becomes liquid. Spread thin layer of the liquid on the facial skin and wait for about 20 minutes. When the kaolin mask dries, the facial skin stretches or shrinks. At the end of the treatment rinse your face and spread on them generous layer of moisturizer. One of the best qualities of kaolin is to absorb dirt and fat from the facial skin.