Many Uses of Calcium Bentonite Clay
by Debra Lineberger
bentonite clay is something that most people have heard about,
yet still do not realize just how beneficial that this can be
for their bodies and their overall health, nor do they realize
just how it works. When most people hear about clay, they think
of the type of clay that is used in art classes. Therefore, it
is easy to see why many people would find the mere suggestion of
eating this clay to be something that is just plain weird.
the body are attracted to bentonite clay due to its magnetic
properties. These are toxins which the body would normally get
rid of on its own, however, with the number of toxins we are
coming in contact with in today’s world, the body has a hard
time keeping up. In the meantime, these toxins and bacteria live
inside our GI tract, often causing pain and other serious health
issues. They live off the food we eat, leaching vitamins and
minerals from it, often leaving us deficient of vital nutrients.
Bentonite clay has been found to be effective in the treatment
of candida, irritable bowel syndrome, bacteria, virus, heavy
metal chelation and parasites.
The clay can be
taken internally and mixed with pure water for gastrointestinal
detoxification or used in clay baths for skin and organ
detoxification. Clay can also be used externally in poultices
for skin infections or in clay masks to treat acne and other
skin disorders. It has been found to be quite effective in the
treatment of MRSA. Pure bentonite clay can also be used to brush
your teeth and is a great way to manage bacteria around the
teeth and in the mouth.
properties of bentonite clay are amazing. Pure, natural
bentonite clay can do miraculous things and there is still so
much to learn about its positive benefits. Not all clays are
equal in their healing ability. Make sure to do your research
and select a good one.
The best type
of clay with the most health benefit is pure calcium bentonite
clay which has been milled to a fine consistency. It has a pH of
9.5 and has the most drawing power of all clays. It is also
healthier for consumption than sodium bentonite clay, which is
used primarily in industrial applications.
bentonite clay is one of the most versatile and inexpensive
treatments available. Take a lesson from people through the ages
who have used clay as a curative healing agent. It works! Try it