Uses of Clay and its Health Applications

Uses of Clay and its Health Applications

Uses of Clay and its Health Applications

If you have purulent abscesses, you should change the clay plasters every 30 minutes; compresses on the legs are changed every two or three hours so that there are no unpleasant reactions. Uses of Clay 

It is recommendable to combine clay therapy with a vegetable diet, spa procedures and sunbathing. Sometimes you can have healing crises but you should not stop the procedures. Every crisis shows that your body is cleansing.

In cosmetic masks clay is also used. Clay is mixed with water and cucumber juice until it becomes as thick as toothpaste and then it is spread on the face. If you have pimples on the face, prepare a mask from clay powder and olive oil.

If you have arthritis, rheumatism or anaemia, add sea salt to clay plasters. The bactericidal properties of sea salt have been long known

Internal application of clay

You should use only greasy clay filtered through gauze to drink. Blue and green clay are the most suitable for drinking as they have energetic wave eight metres long.  Put one tea spoonful of clay for one glass of water. If you like, you can put some mint or eucalyptus for a better taste. Drink three times a day. For children half a tea spoonful of the clay water is enough. You can gargle with this water if you have a sore throat or toothache. The clay water is especially useful if there are infectious epidemics, for colitis and gastritis as it cleanses mucus off the stomach wall.



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