Nzu also known as calabash clay is locally made from clay and sand with or without salt and it is mostly used by people from the Southern and Eastern part of Nigeria. It is 100 natural and edible and can be used a traditional remedy for morning sickness during pregnancy and breastfeeding. It can also be used as a facial powder.
Calabash Chalk is identified by different names such as: Calabar Stone (English), La Craie or Argile (French), Mabele (Lingala in Congo), Nzu (igbo of Nigeria), Ndom (Efik/Ibibio Nigeria) Eko (Bini/Edo Nigeria). In addition it is also known as Ebumba, Poto and Ulo, In Ghana it is known as Shile
Ingredients: Materials: kaolin, nzu, calaba, lopko, Fimo, sand, Earth, dust, Clay, Chalk
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