Healing Clay for People & Pets
I used Healing Clay recently to help my dog Graham heal from impacted anals. (See previous post.)
Healing clays have a great history. Easy and enjoyable to use plus it feel greats and provides some wondrous benefits for your body.
The brand I have, I have no idea how many years, I’ve had it and it’s clay. It’s not like like it’s going to go bad.
I originally bought it as an add-on to the capsules I bought. I can’t remember exactly what I was using them for now.
I recommend having some on hand. It lasts forever. It’s effective. It’s inexpensive. Learn more below.
Pyrophyllite Clay (Sacred Clay) for Detoxification
by Michael King with documentation from Dorman Cox
First published in Explore! For the Professional, Publication 18.3 Updated April 18, ’09.
Whether used externally or internally, pyrophyllite clay (Sacred Clay) is a very powerful detoxifier. Due to its negative electromagnetic charge and potent adsorbing and absorbing capabilities, pyrophyllite clay draws positively charged toxins, chemicals and heavy metals (mercury, lead, aluminum, arsenic, pesticides, petroleum compounds, commercial and industrial chemicals and radiation) from the body.
Due to the clay’s amorphous silica content, essential for making nutrients bioavailable, pyrophyllite is also an exceptional nutritional source for bioavailable macro minerals, trace minerals and angstrom elements.
Mud Spas around the world have used clays for decades to detoxify, reduce inflammation, and accelerate the renewal of skin, bone, ligaments, cartilage and muscle. The use of mud pits, clay baths, body wraps, internal use, facials, poultice applications, and even all night foot poultices, are among the multitude of documented uses for clay dating back to the days of Cleopatra and to the Indigenous peoples the world over. The therapeutic value of clay is now widely accepted in spas, burn clinics and emergency rooms in modern day hospitals.
One of the most valuable uses for clay in today’s industrial society lies in its unparalleled capacity to detoxify the body.
6000 New Chemicals Every Week
According to Steven Schecter, N.D., author of “Fighting Radiation and Chemical Pollutants with Foods, Herbs and Vitamins“, there are over 70,000 chemicals being used in commercial production in the United States. 65,000 of those are classified as potentially or definitely hazardous to human health. He also noted that there are over 6,000 new chemicals being tested every week.
In the words of medical researcher Alan Levine, M.D., “the vast increase of chemicals in our environment, foods and medicines has greatly altered our body’s ability to rid itself of toxins”.
Due to this extreme toxic overload, our bodies no longer have the ability or resources to rid ourselves of such a quantity of toxins and poisons without some help. Pyrophyllite clay has shown that it has the ability to help remove toxins, poisons and radiation from our bodies.
It has been reported by medical doctors, medical researchers and average lay people around the world that clay has helped relieve the symptoms of a multitude ailments including: poor digestion, cuts, burns, bruises, broken bones, joint & muscle pain, insect bites, bee stings, poison oak, skin rashes, acne, boils, cysts, athlete’s foot, infections, teeth & gum conditions, chronic fatigue, lactic acid build up in the muscles, joint pains, memory loss, the removal of heavy metals, chemicals, and petroleum byproducts, radiation absorption and detox, and many more.
Ongoing research by scientists and doctors worldwide are providing us with more knowledge, answers and remedies as time goes on. According to Ran Knishinsky – “The Clay Cure – Natural Healing from the Earth”, clay works on the entire organism. No part of our body is left untouched by its healing powers.
Pyrophyllite Clay Properties/van der Waals Bond
Pyrophyllite Clay is known to possess a weak van der Waals bond at the molecular level giving it the property of dispersing easily in water. This property is highly desirable for a clay, since it is this property that keeps the clay from clumping and clinging to the skin typical of bentonite and certain other clays.
Since water readily softens and liquefies the clay, pyrophyllite mixes easily into a paste and washes off the body easily. This relative ease of use eliminates the excessive scrubbing and subsequent redness of skin associated with the use of clumping clays.
Pyrophyllite Clay for Radiation Detox – The Threat
The world populous is being exposed to an unprecedented amount of radiation. Ionizing radiation comes from a variety of sources including cell phones, microwave ovens, wireless technology for phones and computers, CRT computer monitors and TV’s, various medical treatments and diagnostic equipment (X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans, mammograms and fluoroscopy), nuclear testing, nuclear power plants, and now the radiation from Depleted Uranium (DU) munitions used in Iraq and Bosnia.
This radioactive dust has since traveled around the globe. Radiation exposure is at an all-time high. Cancer is at epidemic proportions in our society.
According to a report from the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, it will take 3 million years for radioactive waste stored in the United States as of 1983 to decay to background levels. The threat of nuclear attack remains a looming concern. The fallout from a nuclear accident could affect millions.
Pyrophyllite Clay as a Solution to Radiation Poisoning
After the Chernobyl Accident in Russia clay was one of the components used to cover the burning reactor and reduce the escape of radiation. Clay was successfully given to people, animals, and livestock to minimize radiation poisoning.
A series of pyrophyllite clay baths in combination with clay slurries or body wraps (see below) and the internal consumption of clay is a comprehensive recipe for radiation detox.
Regular clay baths and daily consumption of pyrophyllite clay is a wise precaution given the excessive presence of radiation in our world today.
It is also wise to keep a reserve stockpile of clay on hand in the event of an unexpected happening or accident for which clay is a remedy.
Pyrophyllite Compared to Zeolite
A Side Note on Heating a Clay
Comprehensive Nutritional Content
Taking Clay with Natural Vitamins and Food Sources
Taking Clay with Pharmaceutical Drugs
Pyrophyllite Clay Baths
Remove Chlorine and Chemicals in City Water with Clay
Purifying Personal Use Water with Pyrophyllite Clay
Clay Slurries and an Interesting Attraction
Wet Clay Works Better
My Personal Experiences with Taking Pyrophyllite Clay Internally
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