Years ago I discovered the amazing detoxification properties of Bentonite and have used it for myself and others in a range of conditions, including arsenic poisoning, that required a rigorous detox. Bentonite, also referred to as Montmorillonite, is one of the most effective and powerful healing clays used to treat both internal and external disorders. Bentonite can be used externally as a clay poultice, mud pack or in the bath and, in skin care recipes. Internally it can be added to water, glazed on food, or taken in capsules.
Bentonite is very unusual in the fact that once it becomes hydrated, the electrical and molecular components of the clay rapidly change and produce an “electrical charge”. Its highest power lies in the ability to absorb toxins, impurities, heavy metals and other internal contaminants. Bentonite clay’s structure assists it in attracting and soaking up poisons on its exterior wall and then slowly drawing them into the interior centre of the clay where it is held in a sort of repository.
The following article gives a good overview and provides a number of useful links.
From the Sherrie Questioning All blog
I have been researching and gathered many links and information about how people can get radiation out of their body and protect themselves.
This is a page with links to all kinds of information on various ways to help yourself and natural ways of pain relief.
I have found over and over again – something everyone needs to have at your disposal for getting radiation out of your body – is Bentonite Clay.
Bentonite Clay is a natural volcanic clay that is found in the midwest of the United States. It will take 180 times of itself of toxins and radiation out of your body. I use it on my skin and areas I have pain and it has worked wonderfully. I mix it with apple cider vinegar instead of using water. The jars say “not for internal use” but since I buy 100% natural clay I do use it internally – as many sites have said – it absorbs the toxins from your body and gets them out. It is a miracle type clay for natural healing. ** Very important – do not use a metal spoon or anything metal with the bentonite clay, as it changes it’s properties when metal is touched to it. Use only a wooden spoon and a glass bowl or cup.**
Here are many links for you to look at about Bentonite Clay. This includes a link of testimonials of what the clay has done for people – including curing their bulging disc etc.
An example of what clay does from this link. -
If you haven’t heard of the wonderful healing benefits of Bentonite clay, you’re in for a treat! Would you like to find an inexpensive, yet effective product that could clean out your colon, detoxify your body of harmful chemicals, radiation, heavy metals, and bacteria, strengthen your immune system, purify your blood, heal ulcers and wounds internally and externally, dissolve tumors, cysts, age spots, keloid scars, normalize your pH, create a balance of minerals in your body, alleviate pain, and more? Clay can do all this, and more!
Clay’s ability to attract toxins, bacteria, heavy metals, and other noxious substances comes from its positive electrical charge. With toxic and unhealthy substances tending to have a negative electrical charge, they are irresistibly attracted to the radiantly positive pole of the clay. This includes all unhealthy substances, even radiation!
After the meltdown of Chernobyl in Russia, clay was added to chocolate bars and distributed to the masses to reduce the effects of the nuclear radiation. In addition, the scientists who went in afterward painted their bodies with a layer of clay mud before donning their radiation resistant gear to absorb any radiation that might have leaked through their suits and render it essentially harmless.
During the Balkan War the British army used clay for cholera. The mortality rate was 60% for all soldiers who contracted this disease. However, when clay was used, the mortality rate went down from 60% to an amazing 3%. Since then the British army uses clay for treatment of poisoning.
“During the First World War, the Russian soldiers received 200 grams of clay along with their rations, and it was added to mustard in several French regiments, who remained free of the dysentery, which ravaged nearby regiments.”
What Radiation effects are to what parts of your body and home remedies – this is a great link for all kinds of information on radiation and what foods to eat.
Note: Most health-related references to Bentonite neglect to mention that, out of that context, this type of clay is also used by potters and ceramic artists to make a fine slip clay. Obviously, ceramicists would go to suppliers who sold larger units (bigger bags!) cheaper than the much smaller health/beauty-packaged products. According to this article another potential difference between pharmaceutical grade bentonite and other bentonite is that pharmaceutical grade bentonite may have been irradiated.