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I recently came across a couple of clay questions from readers. One person asked if after dental implant surgery I would recommend magnesium spray or the magnetic clay poultice. She said she would bet on the clay poultice. And she’s right, except you could use both.
But what kind of clay do you use internally? Edible Earth. LL’s has the Magnetic Clay for baths and poultices that I talk about endlessly. But they also have something called Edible Earth, which I will describe.
Edible Earth is a combination of calcium bentonite and calcium montmorillonite clay. A unique property of Edible Earth is that it will increase bone density. It’s more than just the bioavailability of calcium, but rather the synergy of the minerals in the clay. Below, see the fascinating Medicinal Clay Wiki reference on a red desert calcium montmorillonite clay from the Colorado delta – which is part of Edible Earth.
“The effects of weightlessness on human body were studied by NASA back in the 1960s. Experiments demonstrated that weightlessness leads to a rapid bone depletion, so various remedies were sought to counter that. A number of pharmaceutical companies were asked to develop calcium supplements, but apparently none of them were as effective as clay. The special clay that was used in this case was Terramin, a reddish clay found in California. Dr. Benjamin Ershoff of the California Polytechnic Institute demonstrated that the consumption of clay counters the effects of weightlessness. He reported that ‘the calcium in clay …is absorbed more efficiently … [clay] contains some factor or factors other than calcium which promotes improved calcium utilization and/or bone formation.’ He added, ‘Little or no benefit was noted when calcium alone was added to the diet.’”
The name of the clay, calcium montmorillonite, is a bit deceiving because the clay contains higher amounts of magnesium than calcium. So, I’m sure magnesium and other minerals like boron, iron, zinc, potassium, manganese, silica, selenium, phosphorus, sulfur, chromium, and a host of others that are found in this clay are responsible for its ability to prevent bone loss. Per teaspoon of Edible Earth you will find 253 mg of calcium and 342 mg of magnesium. It comes in a large 32.8 ounce glass jar and contains 207 teaspoons.
I mention the glass jar because the company says clay for internal use should be stored in glass and not plastic because clay is such a powerful detoxifier that it can leach plastic.
When you use Edible Earth for mouth injuries, mix ½ tsp of clay with ½ tsp of water and hold in your mouth at the site of surgery or abscess for several minutes. Swallow with water when you can’t hold it any longer.
A blog reader in Norway wrote that the Swedish Food Authority is warning that Norwegian salmon (farmed and wild), saithe, herring, and other fish from the North Sea contain high residues of brominated flame retardant, which can affect the human hormone system. Other substances found in the fish were DDT, PCB and cadmium. He wanted to know my advice on how to “clean our bodies from these poisons and obstruct their dangerous influence.”
I think Edible Earth would be a good way to create an internal detox since natural earth minerals bind heavy metal toxins. But I’m also telling people we have to change our bodies to be able to handle pollution…because it’s not going to stop! The means of doing that, I think, lies in RnA Drops, The Medicine of the Future.
To sum up: For safe detoxing, I personally do clay and magnesium baths, almost daily; oral Edible Earth; and RnA Drops
MAGNESIUM FASHION: Visit Esmi in Hawaii on Esty. And purchase a piece of Magnesite jewelry to enhance your health and your life.
MY HEALTH LIBRARY: Go to my Organized Wisdom Library which is growing by leaps and bounds and where you will be able to find written, audio and video information for your wellbeing.
RECOMMENDATIONS: To get well and stay well, join my 2-year online wellness program called Completement Now! The various types of magnesium to take are on my website under Resources. However, the most commonly used magnesium is Natural Calm available at VitaCost.com and most health food stores. Under books you’ll find my eBooks: How to Change Your Life with Magnesium, Future Health Now Encyclopedia and Death by Modern Medicine. For Angstrom Minerals go to HealthShop. For Detoxing I recommend LL’s Magnetic Clay and Magnesium Flakes. For treating yeast overgrowth, IBS and digestive disorders, I recommend Prescript Assist. For Coconut products, whey powder and green powders go to Tropical Traditions. For food-based supplements Grown by Nature offers my readers a 20% discount on your purchases. At checkout, just enter the code: gbn123. For psychological and emotional issues I recommend EFT, the Linden Method (for anxiety) and The Healing Codes. For everything and everything else take RnA Drops and read my Blog about RnA Drops.
NOTE: Only you can know if something is helping you. If you don’t feel well on a supposed beneficial product, listen to your body and stop taking it! Knowing when to Not take something is a big part of taking responsibility for your health.
WARNING: I cannot answer personal health questions by email. However, please send general questions that I may be able to answer in my blog. But first, google my name with the condition you are inquiring about and see if I’ve already addressed it somewhere on the web.
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