We are always trying to improve our quality of life, and natural sources are the best way to accomplish them is by using nature's beautiful and rich resources. You might already be familiar with the benefits of herbal medicine and using naturally occurring material to cure diseases. In fact, some materials have such properties that they can be used as a manufacturing substance in a variety of products, not just limited to edibles.
One such substance is gypsum. When you hear of gypsum, the first thing that pops up in your mind might be statue since that is the most apparent form of gypsum that we encounter. But just because you can't see gypsum directly in other substances, doesn't mean it is not present! In fact, it may come as a surprise to you that certain amounts of gypsum can be present in the food that you consume on a daily basis, for example, bread.
Coming out of the world of food, gypsum is also very useful for cleaning purposes. It removes dirt easily and as a result, it can even be found in your toothpaste and other toiletries such as shampoo products and face washes. However, there is a certain process through which the usable form of gypsum is achieved and it should not be used in raw form. To learn more about gypsum, have a look at the infographic below.
Infographic by: FTMMachinery