Magic Mud - Fast acting period pain relief – somedays

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Magic Mud somedays

Magic Mud


Magic Mud

Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews

High-intensity clay bath

A concentrated, invigorating bath blend of ginger root and magnetic clay to ease pain and promote deep muscle relaxation. Mix it into a paste for a direct and intense effect or simply add to a warm bath for overall relief. Contains 350g

Cruelty Free
Made in Canada
  • Magnetic bentonite clay
  • Sodium bicarbonate
  • Coconut milk powder
  • Magnesium chloride
  • Organic ginger root powder

Packages are shipped within 24 - 48 hours. You’ll receive a tracking number to let you know exactly when relief is arriving.

We recognize that relief is not a one size fits all system.

Reach out to us within 30 days of receiving your order and we'd be happy to help you with a return or exchange! Please include your order number and send an email to 

Why it works

Why it works

A potent blend of ingredients work together to ease period pain by targeting the root cause — inflammation. By increasing circulation, reducing inflammation, and promoting detoxification magic mud is a fast-acting, tingly bath that will leave you feeling relaxed and relieved.

"wow. I used it as a paste then soaked in the bath. I was sweating out all those toxins and felt amazing after"

- Alicia Finamore

How to use

Magic Mud can be used in two ways, as a bath or a topical paste.

Bath: Add a scoop directly to the bath and soak.

Paste: Mix two parts magic mud to one part water with spoon until foam is smooth. Apply directly to the body before a bath or shower for intense relief. Can be left directly on skin for up to 15 minutes.

You might feel a slight tingling sensation as the ginger stimulates your sensory nerves and Magic Mud increases circulation. Be sure to stay hydrated and finish with a rinse and towel dry. 


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