Bentonite Clay 200g
Bentonite Clay 🧖🏼♀️
Benefits & Uses
Bentonite Clay attracts and binds ‘free radicals’ and other toxins. Free radicals are those cells that have been destabilised at the atomic level due to electron in-balance. Those destabilised cells are in fact mutated cells, and it is these mutated cells that can be the catalyst for disease.
Bentonite is negatively charged, and provides the electrons the free radicals seek for stability. Free radicals no longer roam free causing molecular and cellular damage. Now bound, free radicals can be escorted from the body.
It also works in another way. It swells like a highly porous sponge when mixed with water. Toxins are drawn into the sponge through electrical attraction, and once there, they are bound.
Bentonite Clay is known to have an abundance of minerals, including calcium, magnesium, silica, sodium, copper, iron and potassium. Researchers report that several traditional cultures living in regions of the Andes, Central Africa, and here in Australia have consumed clays as a traditional healing method for protecting the body from disease for centuries. Many animals will instinctively turn to eating dirt and clay to help remove poisons from their systems, or during times of illness or distress.
- Bentonite should not be stored in metal containers as this could reduce its potency.
- For easier blending sprinkle Bentonite Clay into the water gradually, mixing as you go. It will hydrate more evenly. Best to not add the water to the clay.
- As with any detox protocol, it is essential to drink lots of water to help your body flush released toxins. You may otherwise place a burden on organs such as the kidneys. It is tempting to attempt to detox rapidly, but that may have an adverse effect. Your body will tell you when you are going too quick with signs of fatigue, nausea, joints aches.
If you do experience these in a mild form, these are normal symptoms of detox, but if it is more than mild you may need to stop detox until symptoms subside, and then start again at a slower pace. It is a different experience per individual, and so one needs to heed the feedback the body is providing.
Bentonite Clay External Uses:
How much Bentonite Clay to use for Bath or Foot Soak ?
A suggested protocol is 1- 4 cups per bath, soaking for 20 minutes. It is suggested not to soak longer than 20mmin per bath as it can be too much detox in one session. If you know you are toxic you may wish to soak daily, or every other day until you feel you have improved.
Don’t drink or reuse the clay water you have soaked in as it has drawn toxins from your body, and needs to be discarded.
Bentonite Clay Relief for Skin Conditions
Skin Poultice for Bites/Burns/Cuts/Stings
Use as Talc Powder
Bentonite Clay Internal Uses:
Good, Balanced Gut Flora
Improves the Health of Teeth & Gums
Assists with Constipation, IBS & Nausea
How much to Use for General Wellbeing
To improve digestion and boost energy, blend 1 teaspoon of Bentonite Clay into a glass of water or juice.
It may need to be blended in a jar & shaken, or blended in a blender or juicer to dissolve fully.
A suggested protocol is to drink the blend once per day, each day of the week.
It is best to take away from food, wait 1hr before drinking if you have eaten, and 2hrs after medications or supplements as it might reduce their effectiveness. It is not affected by stomach acid.
For Pets 🐕
For pets that are sick, vomiting or showing signs of illness, you can add some Bentonite Clay into their water until it dissolves; they should not taste anything or even notice that it’s there. Alternatively give orally with a dropper.
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