Clay For Detox and Infections - Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND

Clay For Detox and Infections

October 14, 2010

On April 30, 2010 I wrote Can Clay Treat MRSA Infections? It’s the kind of research begging to be done when you consider that MRSA means Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

Late one night, two years ago, a friend came to me with a horribly infected foot that was excruciatingly painful, hot, red and swollen to the knee. He refused to go to hospital, where he was sure they would cut off his foot! He already saw himself wearing a prosthesis! Even so, I gave him an ultimatum that if there was no improvement by the next morning he had to go to hospital.

I blended up ½ cup of LL’s Magnetic Clay and 1 pint of water into a fine paste and coated his whole leg. His wife and I gave him Rescue Remedy and Sovereign Silver by Natural Immunogenics. We also did some Reiki.

Even though I know the power of clay, it was hard for me to believe that by the next morning the swelling was down by 50%. I had been afraid it was a MRSA (methacillin resistant staph aureus) infection, which would be very difficult to treat even with antibiotics.

Each day we packed on clay and it completely healed after a week. No antibiotics, no amputation. When you have a swollen, painful, infected limb, the blood circulation is so compromised that it’s difficult to get enough antibiotics to the site of infection. That’s why hospitals should do both…or just do clay first and see how miraculous it can be all by itself!

I don’t know if my friend actually had a MRSA infection but that’s for the researchers to find out. Let’s start having some clay clinical trials and make use of this ancient healing technique.

So, yes, I do recommend clay, especially LL’s Magnetic Clay. When I first spoke with Jared Ramirez at the company, I told him I wanted a clean source of clay without mercury or aluminum contamination that I could recommend to my clients. Jared sent me their lab analysis, which shows no mercury and the lowest levels of aluminum on the market.

They use sodium bentonite clay (called living clay) in their formulas. Sodium bentonite has a much stronger drawing power than the more common calcium bentonite. Jared said that “Clients and practitioners alike that have used our clay baths over the past decade have only seen levels of metals (including aluminum) drop in hair, blood and urine testing. We have also had tremendous success using the clay baths with autistic children.”

I use ½ cup blended in 32 ounces of water and pour it into all my baths. It actually absorbs the chlorine in the water as it’s pulling out toxins from your body!

Carolyn Dean MD ND

The Doctor of the Future®

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