Great purifying and protective virtue: physical, psychic or spiritual depending on the method of use.
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Without a doubt, the first users of clay for therapeutic purposes were animals! By instinct, they wallowed there when their physical integrity was affected by an injury or any other trauma. Rheumatism and acute wounds have always found their remedy in river mud since prehistoric times. And it is thanks to this observation that man, this "vertical" animal, discovered the wonderful powers of clayey mud. But today, modern science is in turn confirming and proving the activity and value of clay. Indeed, the very serious American NASA has published numerous reports on “The essential properties that clay possesses to generate life”.
Thus, life on earth would have started in clay where, thanks to its properties, clay played the role of a chemical factory for the transformation of inorganic raw materials into more complex molecules ... from which emerged the first forms of life… about four billion years ago. Thus, the first conclusions of these works would seem to strongly accredit the biblical thesis which wants that the Creation, as indicated in Genesis, is the work of God who shaped man in his image ... from a little silt from the ground!
THE BENEFITS OF CLAY
Clay is an intelligent material that has countless virtues! It is both anti-inflammatory and healing, antiseptic and disinfiltrating, exuding and exorcising. Thus, a purulent wound will not only be cleaned, but the peripheral inflammation will disappear. Even better ! With microbes, parasites, bacteria and viruses, it's eradication! Clay “burns” all those bad germs while it helps cell regeneration… Smart, did we say? Yes, because used internally, it will act in situ. She will find the exact spot where the evil is, concentrate there and destroy it. Clay, because of its diffuse radioactivity, carries an extraordinary irradiating electromagnetic energy. This positive energy literally recharges the "batteries" of the human body, allowing the resuscitation of sleeping cells and unleashing our numb vital potential. But let's see how to take advantage of its extraordinary virtues ...
You should know that there are absolutely essential special precautions to be observed for this form of therapy:
Three weeks before any clay absorption, it is imperative to remove olive oil and paraffin oil.
Fifteen days before any absorption, all table oils, butter and cream must be reduced.
Eight days before any absorption, you must remove all the charcuteries fat sauces.
From the first to the last day of taking clay, you must drink, without meals, a liter and a half of natural mineral water, and this systematically each day of your treatment.
If you have never absorbed clay, it is imperative that you go through a trial period to avoid side effects. This cure will last 6 days. How to prepare your clay water? It's simple: take super fine clay (white for the trial period and your first treatment; white or green for the following treatments). Dissolve in the evening before going to bed a teaspoon of clay powder in a glass of pure mineral water. Do not take carbonated water. Shake everything well for two minutes, without stopping. The next morning, when you wake up and on an empty stomach, drink a maximum of one third of clay water. Take care not to move the glass too much so that the deposited clay does not disperse in the water you drink. A cure must last for a maximum of twenty days.
How to use its clay water?
The first twelve days, drink your clay water (as explained above).
The last eight days, you will have to drink no longer the clay water, but the clay water, that is to say that the last eight mornings, you will have to stir the water and the clay well then drink the entire contents. glass. Plan immediately after the absorption for something you like. Indeed, this miracle substance unfortunately has a very unpleasant taste in the mouth! In addition to the trial periods, never do more than two clay cures per year (i.e. 40 days in the year).
The best times are early spring and late fall. You should know that it is normal to experience some disturbances during the first ingestions: intestinal colic, constipation, cold sweats or hot flashes, dizziness, ringing in the ears. But if you stick to the dosage, that's okay. Drink water, remove fatty substances, chocolate, dates, carbonated drinks. As for the contraindications, there are three: if you have an ongoing treatment other than a homeopathic treatment; if you have high blood pressure and spasmodic or atonic constipation.
Finally, a last piece of advice: on the twenty-first and twenty-second day, it is advisable to end your treatment with two days of clay water, rather than abruptly stopping your clay water treatment. This will prevent a mini state of shock for the body which results in various uncomfortable discomforts: asthenia, cold sweats, tachycardia or faintness. Likewise, do not reabsorb fat for three days after these twenty-two days. All this may seem very tedious to you, but know that the clay cure is one of the rare ways to never get sick, to regain your vital energy, to prevent all kinds of cancer, to clean all the vital organs and to have a skin so pure and so soft that you will be amazed yourself ...
It is absolutely not recommended for a pregnant woman to use clay in any way, AT ANY MONTH OF PREGNANCY. Clay is a natural product, but that's no reason to overdose it! Stick to the daily doses and do not think that prolonged use is better for your health. To prepare your clay water, take a thick, worthless glass. The clay pulverizes the crystal within minutes. To mix the water and clay, take a wooden spoon. Never use metal as it will produce a chemical reaction that is harmful to your health. Clay, externally
The therapeutic use of clay in humans corresponds very exactly to the instinctive need to recharge one's batteries, as this beneficial earth provides our body with all it needs in minerals, metalloids suitable for rebalancing our cells.
Is it not written in the Bible?: “… Then Yahweh the Lord molded man with clay from the ground, he breathed life into his nostrils, and man became a living being…” (Genesis 2-7). For atheists who do not discern the wisdom of the Scriptures and see in them only a lyrical narration of past events, they do well; but these Cartesians cannot deny this fundamental human need and his attachment to this nourishing land. And whatever his power over others during his short earthly passage, great or miserable, man will inevitably end his derisory course of being human… on earth! Man will therefore have to give back to Mother Nature what she granted him: Life!… And health, only for those who will have known what this good planet is capable of offering us…
Some little tricks
Dental problems : First start using clay toothpaste. But in case of decay, in addition to general brushing of the teeth, fill the affected tooth cavity with compact clay that you will have obtained by adding insufficient water to your powdered clay.
Splinters of wood : Small sore, but oh so unpleasant. We are often reluctant to cut ourselves when the small piece of wood cannot be caught. The solution: dip your finger in a hot tub of clay water. This bath will soften the flesh and allow the absorbent effect of the clay to root out the troublemaker, naturally and without incision!
Hay fever : Pollens and dust from cutting cereals are inhaled through the nose and will lodge in the mucous membranes. Their mere presence causes an automatic rejection reflex to expel them, hence sneezing. Rinse the nose with clay water several times a day. Then, as soon as the sneezing stops, use the clay water. Also apply a thin layer of clay, hot, warm or cold on the sides of the nose. It's up to you to choose according to your sensitivity and your reactions to these applications.
CLAY THROUGH HISTORY
Ancient Egypt used the mud of the Nile for the mummification of the dead, because their preservative and purifying power was well known. Egyptian doctors also used clay for its dehumidifying power. It served as a "cement" to seal the stone blocks of the pyramids. It was mixed with straw and ceaselessly trampled by the Hebrew slaves ... until Prince Moses managed to get them out of the Egyptian desert into the promised land.
In ancient China and to the present day, it is used in the manufacture of fine porcelain, but it has also been prescribed for thousands of years as the best thing for convalescents and healthy people who want a "whiplash".
The Sumerians used it to engrave their writings in "cuneiform". They traced with wooden stilettoes on the fresh clay that they cooked to ensure the strength of the tablet. Hammurabi, king of Babylon (20th century before Jesus)engraved the articles of his famous "Code of Laws" on clay tablets so that the latter was everywhere dispensed and applied in the empire.
At the same time, the land of Lemnos (the most clayey island of the Cyclades) were exported throughout the Mediterranean world. Considered a rare commodity, the land of Lemnos was transported with the same care as the wine of Samos, in jars sealed with the seal of the island, to guarantee its authenticity. Greek medicine prescribed patches of mud clay to fight against goitre, rheumatism, skin diseases, but also for burns, wounds, snake bites ... In addition it was considered a powerful counterpoison. Hippocrates, that of the Sermon, used it enormously. Then his use became popular with the Romans.
In Judea and Galilee, Christ reminded his disciples that man is only earth and dust, and as recorded in the Scriptures, he heals a blind man by birth "... the man called Jesus did mud, anointed my eyes and said to me: go to Siloam's tank and wash yourself. I went there, washed and recovered my sight. "
WHICH CLAY TO USE?
Any pure clay has medicinal properties, whatever its color. So you can get almost free in the wild or order us. You will just pay attention (if you puncture it in nature) that it does not contain sand (especially for external use). She does not have to undergo any special preparation, but her exposure to rain and wind increases her powers.
THE PROPERTIES OF CLAY
ANTISEPTIC and HEALING: natural antiseptic: "it does not have the drawbacks of certain chemical antiseptics which kill microbes by damaging the cells that make up our tissues" (Dr. Valnet). This property would come essentially from the silicic acid content of the clay. It plays a role of astringent, purifier and accelerator in the regeneration and in the reconstitution of damaged tissues.
BACTERICIDE: very effective in the treatment of diseases such as enteritis, colitis, colibacillosis, pulmonary or parasitic ailments, intestinal parasites, worms ... Very effective also in the treatment of purulent wounds by eliminating pus, attracting suppuration, disinfecting and purifying the body.
ADSORBING POWER: from the verb to adsorb: fix by surface penetration. Clay adsorbs bad odors. It is, for example, this power which “probably explains the conservation of eggs in the Far Eastern fashion; everyone has heard of the Chinese “rotten eggs”. These are not rotten eggs but eggs that have been preserved in clay soil ”(Dr. Valnet).
ANTITOXIC: for the same reasons as bactericidal and antiseptic.
DEGREASER and DECOLOURANT: the Roman launderers crushed the laundry in clay water: fuller's earth. In the USA, fuller's earth is used for the treatment of petroleum products: we have not yet tried to stop oil spills ...
ABSORBENT POWER: hydrophilic. Its absorbency extends to gases and also to odors and odors, therefore to fumes that stink too much. This absorbent power is used in many ailments, in particular those due to intoxication, poisoning, and in diseases of the digestive system. Its high silica content indicates it in particular in the treatment of arteriosclerosis, aging, and degenerative states. The importance of magnesium, iron, calcium, in therapy, explains the role of clay cures in cases of asthenia, demineralization, cancerous states, anemia. Its bactericidal and antiseptic action as well as its absorbing power, allow it to neutralize the bad tastes of city water when you have to drink it.
Clay can also be used to sterilize drinking water in the event of an epidemic or simply in doubt. Its absorbent and adsorbent powers will be used effectively in the maintenance of toilets or rustic toilets. Instructions for use of Clay for external use and the related precautions
PREPARATION: powdered clay is poured into a container (avoid crystal, plastic and metal), it is stirred in water until you obtain a soft but thick dough, like well-worked modeling dough. You can also have a permanent container where the clay lies covered with water.
CATAPLASMS: make them 1/2 to 2 cm thick. and a surface a little larger than the treated region. Cold: on inflamed areas or lower abdomen; renew them as soon as they get hot (15 to 30 minutes in general). If there was a persistent feeling of cold, it should be replaced with a lukewarm application. The poultice can also be made with a clay moistened with an appropriate decoction or infusion. Warm or hot: on the hepatic region, kidneys, bladder, bones. The poultice should be applied directly to the skin, possibly with a gauze or muslin
COMPRESSES: certain contusions, varicose veins affections, at least at the start of treatment, involve the application of compresses before moving on to poultices or plasters. To prepare the compresses, all you have to do is wet the clay to turn it into a liquid paste, then soak a piece of canvas that you will drain before using. The compresses or poultices will be kept in place, depending on the regions treated of course, by means of a band, a fabric belt, or even a cross bandage.
CLAY SHIRT: Soak a shirt in clay water, as for compresses, and wear it next to the skin then cover with a garment to maintain the heat.
DURATION OF APPLICATION: varies depending on the case, of course, from 1 to 3 hours, sometimes all night. If there are any unpleasant sensations (cold or pain for example), we remove the poultice, and we do not start again until 12 or 24 hours later. In case the poultice dries too quickly, it should be replaced quickly with another. When the poultice or compress has been removed, the particles that still adhere to the water must be removed by simply washing (cold or warm water).
RATE OF APPLICATIONS: it obviously varies according to the conditions to be treated and the reactions of the patient. In cases of abscess or suppuration, the poultices should be renewed every two hours, day and night if necessary. For the night you can replace the poultice with a simple compress to renew only once or twice. In the lumbar regions, lower abdomen, abdomen and hepatic region, these applications can cause various reactions. So it is better to limit them to a single poultice per day, lasting 2 to 4 hours. You can optionally leave the poultice overnight.
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS: Do not make several simultaneous applications. In the event that poultices are prescribed in several places (lower abdomen and lung, for example), respect an interval of three hours on average between the different applications. Refrain from clay applications during menstruation, in case of uterine complaints; Discard the clay after use, as it then contains toxins. Wash the cloths, gauzes and bands that have been used, Do not apply to the stomach, chest and kidneys too close to meals. NB- We already told you above, but don't forget that clay triggers a set of processes ranging from cleaning and drainage to remineralization and revitalization. We can therefore see at the beginning of its use, as for other active medicinal means, a worsening of the condition, apparent worsening and which, moreover, does not necessarily intervene (enlargement of a wound, an ulcer, new pain) : it is not serious, it is necessary to continue, it is the organism which assimilates first the remedy. We will always start with light poultices, not very thick (1 / 2 cm maximum) even simple compresses, and it is only gradually that we will use poultices up to 2 cm; for the duration of application we will also go from 1 to 2 hours maximum up to 4 hours. All this in cases where the clay is well supported.
POWDERING: Clay can be used as a powder and can replace talcum powder which is not absorbent. For babies, as for children and adults. On slight superficial abrasions of the skin and even deep wounds, the clay dusting maintains excellent antiseptic and healing action. The use of clay for healing does not guarantee a perfectly invisible wound, but at least as successful as those resulting from other methods. Clay will be used in the same way in cases of cracks, eczema, mild ulcers and for certain rashes.
BEAUTY MASKS: Without us always knowing it, and very often, the care masks marketed contain clay. We will make a serious saving by simply using a clay paste made as already mentioned above. We spread this preparation in a thin layer, all over the face and keep it as long as it remains wet, which can vary from 15 to 30 minutes. Remove it with lukewarm water. Once a week, such a mask can only do good. It will cleanse the skin and help treat small diseases (acne, facial eruptions, rosacea), like wrinkles… On the other hand, powdered clay mixed with olive oil, gives an effective softening cream in all cases of dermatosis.
VAGINAL INJECTION & LAVEMENT: Dose clay water at a rate of 3 to 4 tablespoons of clay per liter of water; cool it down a bit. Effective in cases of white discharge, metritis, colitis, intestinal parasitosis too.
MUD BATH: Not everyone has a pool of clay at home, but you can easily take a clay bath by mixing about two kilos of clay in a normal bath, this, stored in a tub specially reserved for this use, can be used several times, by simply adding lukewarm water. We can settle down (if we have room) a bathtub reserved for this use with an autonomous flow, allowing the easy recovery of the clayey water. The duration of the clay baths will be 5 to 10 minutes at the beginning, then 15 to 20 minutes. They will be taken twice a week for a month. Cure to repeat after stopping for a month. Very effective, especially in cases of arthritis, rheumatic or bone diseases, and, of course, for anemia. Local baths can be used for, for example, rheumatism of the hands or feet.
SEA SALT: The quality of clay can be improved by preparing it with salt water with sea salt. Moreover, unrefined salt has always occupied an important place in the treatment of various ailments. Its richness in magnesium, bromine, iodine, copper, phosphorus, calcium, etc., is directly involved in the treatment of certain deficiencies.