Sea mud

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Sea´ mud`

1.A rich slimy deposit in salt marshes and along the seashore, sometimes used as a manure; - called also sea ooze.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Having realised that he could do well with the ballpoint pen selling and purveying business, the next thing in his head was to quit his job at Coopers and Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers).Amid a challenging business climate, Mr Mengi was into the trade for good and in fact, he decided to diversify it into other areas, including establishing a Coca-Cola soft drink plant in Moshi, the Bonite Bottlers in 1987.He sold shoe polish made from ground charcoal and oil, and natural skin exfoliator, which was simply bottled sea mud.
In Jordan, I was inspired by the amazing uses of the Dead Sea mud and mineral water.
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The spa menu offers a selection of 70 body treatments, massages and facials, performed by professional therapists who incorporate natural healing resources from the region, including Dead Sea mud and mineral-rich salts.
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Accordingly, a large amount of dredging sea mud (DSM) has been produced.
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The movement has been gaining ground in recent times, most recently convincing the UK company Boots to stop selling illegally-taken Dead Sea mud.