History of Clay

We are dust and to dust we will return is the universal belief, Contrary to this universial belief, the Holy Quran precisely stated: “(God) begin creation of man from clay (S37:11) 2. We fashioned them from a sticky clay ( S55:14)

Mud contains a wide range of minerals like Silicon dioxide which is good for joint regeneration and anti ageing, Calcium oxide which strengthens bones, Magnesium oxide which improves blood and boosts the immune system and Ferric oxide which helps in cell regeneration and improves circulation. One of the main Characteristics of clay is its elementary particle size below 2 microns, minute enough to penetrate the inner layers of the skin and draw out impurities and toxins.  There are about 300 types of clays naturally occur by geological processes million of years. After 20 years of study I found that only one family of clays, have the ability to make chemical changes (Cation Exchange capacity). And they are the only clays that are capable of both adsorption and absorption. A weathered volcanic ash, clay is a compound of 60-70 pure trace minerals in natural oxide forms. Its negative electro-magnetic charge gives it a strong vacuum-like ability to capture and discharge the positively charged viruses, bacteria, molds, yeasts, infections and poisons, from the body.

It has the ability to cleanse and detox externally through skin, while at the same time bringing balance and equilibrium to the body cells through its 9.7 pH and its homeostatic ability. Simply put, living clay is a catalyst that supports healing without dangerous side effects. It is used by naturopaths, chiropractors, dentists, massage therapists, holistic healers, and medical doctors for its amazing healing abilities. Protocols suggested in this page are those most frequently recommended by practitioners.

History of Clay Use

Clay in tribe

Clays have been used by indigenous tribes since before recorded history. Their medicine men used it for healing and drawing out poisons from snake and insect bites, healing wounds, and as an aid to pregnancy. People in Kolopfurdo, Hungary discovered their livestock live longer and healthier when they wallowed in the mud. Soon people joined in and were happy to experience the ‘health and wellness’ derived from mud therapy.  It helps in detoxification of heavy metals and chemicals. Cosmetic facials, clay wraps, body masks and clay baths are common to all the health spas. Clay helps in poultice and compresses for bruising and injuries (including bee and insect stings).

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