Clays, for the most part, have a naturally high alkaline pH. Clay is homeostatic. One of its major functions is to act as a catalyst to assist the body in returning to a balanced state.
It seems that clay has, among other properties, that of either to stimulating a deficiency or absorbing an excess in the radioactivity of the body on which it is applied. On an organism that has suffered and still retains the radiations of radium or any other intensive radioactive source, the radioactivity is first enhanced and… Continue reading Clay and radiation
Clay for Canker sore and Fever Blisters. Clay is excellent for healing mouth sores. Swish with liquid clay 2-3 times a day. Brush your teeth a little hydrated clay on top of a little toothpaste. For bleeding gums and mouth ulcers put the dry powder clay between the cheek and gums. Saliva will cause it… Continue reading Clay for Canker Sores and Fever Blisters