Mud & Clay healing therapy
Clay is known to have many uses in the health improvement of plants, animals, and humans.
Since before recorded history, indigenous cultures have used calcium bentonite, pascalite, and other forms of healing clays. Calcium Bentonite clay is a powerful internal and external cleaner, naturally absorbent and extremely gentle on the system.
Edible healing clays in the intestinal tract can treat different skin and internal ailments and absorb and neutralize poisons. It can eradicate bacteria and food poisoning; it is proven to adsorb radiation; it is enriching the blood and balancing this.
Clay supplies an impressive array of minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, manganese, and silica, as well as trace elements, which appear in tiny amounts. Life can not exist without the essential minerals; significant deficiencies will develop without the trace minerals.
Results from one study conducted in 1998 showed that bentonite clay was extremely successful in absorbing harmful rotavirus and coronavirus toxins in the intestines of young mammals.
Rotaviruses are one of the leading causes of gastrointestinal distress, such as diarrhea and nausea, in infants and toddlers.
Clay also remineralizes cells and tissues, alkalizes the body, and is very effective in protecting our bodies from radiation."Russian scientists use bentonite to protect their bodies from radiation when working with nuclear material by coating their hands and bodies with hydrated bentonite magma in front of radiation suits.
Pelotherapy is the use of natural earth clay for therapeutic purposes. Most are recognized Pelotherapy in the form of a facial "mud" mask, but the applications include any form of external pollutants and even the ingestion of clay.
When high-quality clays and muds are applied to the body area, two pathways of toxin excretion occur: 1) Toxins are absorbed into the mud 2) Toxins are released through the G.I. tract internally. To detoxify the tract. It's useful to understand the three key activities or properties of clay a little more.
Potential to bring the elements inside and hold the molecular structure of the clay. This process is complex to define, but it is due to a single bond between silicon and aluminum. This bond is subject to the electrical charge on both internal and external molecular surfaces.
The structure of the basic silica tetrahedral generates a negative charge on the outer surface, and this polarity attracts cations (toxins) and pulls them out of the tissue. In addition to water, clay absorbs aliphatic and aromatic molecules as well as hydrocarbons.
This property explains how clay is used to reduce certain types of swelling or tumors, to drain abscesses and cysts, and to cleanse them in general.
Capacity to attract and hold the elements to the outside of the molecular structure of the clay.
The process is similar to absorption, except that the bond is formed on the outer surface instead of on the inner surface.
This capacity increases the ability of clay to bind more abundant toxins and microorganisms.
Clay interacts continuously with the surrounding environment. It is known that ions are being exchanged from clay to the environment in a non-predictable but measurable way.
It is unpredictable because specific environmental variations can not be fully understood, and therefore, the particular exchange can not be predicted.
Cation exchange capacity (CEC) is responsible for the balancing effect of clay and is one of the most unique and beneficial therapeutic factors.
All clays exhibit absorption, adsorption, and ion exchange actions; however, clay is formed with a range of molecular structures that alter the relative strength of the three main actions.
Montmorillonite (Dental Pack):
Named after the Montmorillon region of southern France, the origin of which is clay. This clay is similar to the common bentonite clay, except that it does not contain the volcanic ash present in bentonite. Montmorillonite has a weak bonded, 3-layer structure giving it the capacity to expand, thus increasing its CEC and its ability to capture extensive material.
Kaolin (Medi-Body Pack):
Kaolin has a 2-layer structure with a smaller gap between the layers, making it much less rough. It is favored for its soothing activity and, therefore, even appropriate for sensitive people, children, or older adults. Although less anti-infectious than the type of montmorillonite, kaolin is favored for wound healing to provide faster and better repair with less development of scar tissue. This molecular structure gently cleanses and balances the pH.
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