How to use bentonite clay

One summer day a few years ago, my wife Vida and I were in the kitchen when we heard one of those piercing screams that sent adrenal spikes into parents’ hearts. Our son Max, who was 8 years old at the time, picked up a rock and was bitten by a scorpion. I knew our Central Texas scorpion type was not deadly, but I also knew that Max was allergic to ant bites and I feared that the more powerful toxins in the scorpion’s sting would destroy his system. Will give

As soon as we discovered the source of the pain, Vida and I had two very different reactions. I ran to the telephone to get rid of the poison and she ran to the bathroom and grabbed a bentonite clay tipper ware mixed in water which she sometimes used as a beauty mask. Meanwhile, the screams of our son’s death shook the lantern. A strange thing happened when I got the number to control the poison and was about to dial. Silently he walked out into the living room and my son’s face was still white and red due to lack of oxygen and he was staring at a globe of wet mud on the upper part of his hand. He seemed shocked that the pain was gone.

“what the hell?” My question was.

“It’s mud,” Vada told me. “I read that it was good for insect bites.”

So this was my introduction to calcium bentonite clay. Apparently the mud paste sucked the toxic material from the shallow puncture wounds and reduced Max’s pain in seconds. He was fine, and the swelling subsided about 30 minutes after our paste was removed.

As it turns out, we are literally 15 minutes away from the author, activist and keynote speaker, and founder of The Living Clay Company, Pierre Aldridge. His book, Living Clay, is a groundbreaking work on the subject, and Perry A has access to a calcium bentonite mine that produces some of the world’s best calcium bentonite clays. The following information about the benefits of Bentonite Clay comes from this book.

Bentonite clay is sometimes called “Montmorillonite” refers to the edible bentonite clay which belongs to the smectite family of clay. This soil was formed millions of years ago by volcanic activity.

Many sodium-based soils are sold as edible bentonite clays but need to be mixed with acidic drinks to meet high sodium levels before consumption. Our bodies cannot tolerate large amounts of sodium, so the amount of sodium-based soil that can be used in a day is limited to a small amount. There are no such restrictions on the use of pure calcium bentonite clay.

As Perry A. states in his book, Living Clay: “Sodium-based soils are mainly used for industrial purposes, including: excavation mud, cat litter, plaster, matches, cement tiles, grease, house paint.” ؛ Copy Paper Dynamite ؛ Show Polish ؛ Concrete ؛ Crayon and Bleaching Agent. Calcium-based soils are called “living” soils because they contain mainly minerals that contribute to the production of enzymes in all living things. “

Calcium bentonite clay is the preferred soil that is eaten by humans, animals and plants and added to the soil, so be careful when you buy soil for use. The best calcium bentonite clay is pure with a very fine mesh.

Humans have been using healing clay externally and internally to treat disease, maintain life, and promote general health and well-being.

Calcium bentonite clay is an “absorbent” and “absorbent” agent.

The difference between the two terms is fundamental to understanding how bentonite clay minerals work and how clay healing clay works.

Perry A. describes in his book Living Clay: “Adsorption describes the process by which charged particles of other substances combine with charged particles on the outer surface of a soil molecule. Bentonite soil molecules have a negative electrical charge. While toxins, bacteria, viruses, parasites and other impurities have a positive charge. When soil is taken into the human body, positively charged toxic substances are attracted to the negatively charged surfaces of the soil molecule. The impurities on its surface, and the removal of them when the soil is removed or removed, therefore it is important to drink plenty of water after drinking the living soil, to help expel the toxic soil.

Absorption is a slower and more complex process. Acting like a sponge, the bentonite clay molecule attracts other substances into its internal structure. Absorbent is charged on the inner layers of soil. This means that charged ions sit between layers of soil molecules surrounded by water molecules. Soil expands because foreign matter is absorbed and fills the gaps between the layers of soil molecules. Absorbent soil will absorb positively charged toxins and impurities and ignore negatively charged nutrients. Calcium bentonite clay is by far the most efficient clay, with the strongest drawing strength. “

As it turns out, Bentonite Clay has many uses other than just a paste for scorpion and insect stings. I travel abroad to Southeast Asia every year. I never travel without my soil and now I do not suffer from any of the diarrhea or dysentery of travelers or any of the many other ailments that I used to have repeatedly during the journey. A glass of water mixed with two ounces of water before going to bed and this thing is just a trick for me.

Most people laugh when I tell them I eat dirt and they don’t realize I brush my teeth with it. But you know what? Okay fine. There is nothing but zero in our family budget for medical expenses.

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