Today, the healing properties of clay are acknowledged in medicine because it is knows that it contains a lot of mineral salts and trace elements, aluminum, potassium, silicon, calcium, sodium, iron, silver, magnesium, copper and lead.
The clay eliminates impurities from the body, blood and lymph. Also, clay helps in treating many diseases, atherosclerosis, sepsis, hair loss, airways disease, intestinal disorders, ulcer, increased gastric acids, skin changes, painful menstruation and it can also be consumed for cleaning and raising energy if you have a specific disease.
Clay as a coating:
Mix powdered clay in distilled water. Make medium thick paste that should be applied onto the affected area. Remember not to prepare the clay with a metal spoon or metal containers.
If you have problems with your knees or spine, be persistent. Besides “drawing” of pain, clay has the amazing power to restore cartilage. In that case, you need to be patient, and apply clay for a few months.
Clay for drinking:
Dissolve one teaspoon (wooden or plastic) of clay powder in glass cup with 150 ml of water. Leave the mixture to stand still overnight.
The resulting mixture should be consumed in the morning on an empty stomach.
First week: Drink the water, without the sludge.
Second week: Stir the sediment, leave to stand still for a while, and then you should drink the mild-turbid water without half of the sediment.
Third week: You mix the sludge and water and drink the entire mixture.
You will notice beneficial effects within very short time. Those who do not have any symptoms or upsets will notice their skin is cleaner and brighter than before and have more energy.
Mix 3 tablespoons (wooden or plastic) of clay powder with a few drops of lemon juice and carbonated mineral water in order to get homogenized mixture. You can add and St John’s wort, almond or olive oil into this mixture.
Clay refreshes and rejuvenates the skin, soothes inflammation of the skin, cures acne, and enhances the formation of collagen and elastin.
You can purchase the clay in a pharmacy or health food stores in two forms: for drinking and external use.
Clay does not leave residue in the body or intestines.