Clay Adsorbs Radiation
An edible, mineral-rich clay, has been used for centuries to draw toxins away from intestinal walls while cleansing the colon. Another use for clay, which is very timely considering the recent natural and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, is adsorption of radiation. Not only does clay adsorb radiation from nuclear fallout, it also adsorbs any kind of radiation.
How Clay Works?
Clay is created naturally from the combination of volcanic ash minerals and ocean water. Depending on the source, clay is loaded with naturally occurring minerals such as Magnesium, Potassium, Calcium, and Sodium. When gets wet, it expands, much like a sponge does.
However, rather than absorbing toxins the way a sponge might, clay works more like a magnet. This process is called ADSORBTION, which is spelled with the letter “d.” clay adsorbs because it carries both negative and positive charges on its surfaces and edges. Toxins are attracted to the like magnets, bond to the chemicals in the clay, and are carried out of the body in the small spaces created when the clay is wet.
Clay Proven Scientifically To Trap Radioactive Ions
According to a 2006 study published in Radiation Protection Dosimetry, which was performed by a team of scientists led by V. Correcher and entitled “Thermal Stability of the Thermoluminescence Trap Structure of clay,” clay was studied because of its known capabilities to break bond links, form hydrolyzed ions, and redox reactions. The study documented the “exponential distribution of trapped electrons.”
In another scientific study, clay was tested to determine its efficacy in reducing high-energy gamma irradiation of adenine. According to chemists at Duke University, adenine is one of the most important organic molecules found in the human body. Adenine is an integral part of human DNA, RNA, and ATP. In this study, published in Cellular and Molecular Biology in 2002, irradiated adenine recovered much quicker in systems containing clay than in those which did not contain clay. Results showed that clay acts as a surface protector against radiation of adenine.
Other Traditional Uses For Clay
Taken orally, clay is used to detoxify the digestive system, eliminate intestinal parasites, strengthen the immune system, and fight free radicals. It also helps remove heavy metals from the body and assists in the process of liver detoxification. Used externally, clay is often a main ingredient in compresses, clay packs, and facial masks.
Pre & Post-Chemotherapy Care, & Detox with Clay
Clay therapy, both internal and external, before treatments and during the crucial rest time between chemotherapy treatments is important. This detox strategy will assist the patient to recover and stabilize in time for the next treatment. After the chemotherapy treatments are finished, the critical convalescing period begins.
It should be noted that Clay might allow some patients to complete the series of chemotherapy treatment who would otherwise withdraw before completion. This is where Clay goes head-on against the dangerous accumulation of toxic waste and all the debilitating side effects.
Examples of this detox/healing process will start with topical oral hygiene: gums, mouth sores, tongue, lips, throat, etc. External will be the obvious skin problems: infection, fungus, yeast infection, etc.
1) Full Body Wraps – Use daily with slightly warmed clay. Put some hydrated clay in a zip lock bag and put the bag in a sink of warm water for a few minutes. Apply head to toe and allow to dry in a warm room. Even a partial treatment, such as face or neck, an upper or lower body, or only legs and feet, would be of value to the stressed patient. However, a full-body treatment is an exceptional and favored tactic to dramatically reduce the flood of toxic poisoning that is overwhelming and literally choking the patient’s system. Wrap in a warm sheet if necessary while drying.
2) Detox Clay Bath – Use twice a week. Sprinkle two cups clay powder and swish around as the bath water is filling. Soak for no more than 30 minutes. Drink water before and after the bath. You may use this method alone, or use after a full body wrap.
3) Clay Drink – Drink Liquid Clay, 3 ounces, three times a day. Mix one part clay to 8 parts water. The recommended ounces can be added to juice or a smoothie. Make sure to drink plenty of water during the day as well. Drinking Clay is great for settling and balancing a nauseous stomach, acid reflux, and stopping diarrhea.
4) Clay Suppositories – Use as needed. Clay suppositories aid in hemorrhoid, vaginal and anal fistula treatments, along with feminine hygiene needs. Take some hydrated clay and mix a little clay powder in it for a workable and firm consistency. Form into bullet-shaped suppositories and allow to dry slightly until firm enough to insert as a suppository. Re-wet suppositories to lubricate for insertion.
The cancer chemotherapy patient is in dire need of detoxification and wound healing – which are provided by the soothing properties of Clay. A patient’s whole system has been in a physical, emotional, and chemical wreck; the patient is totally exhausted and full of poison.
Antibiotics are of little value. The patient’s immune system is desperately depressed and in overload. It just can’t deal with the bacterial and toxic assaults.
The body needs help to absorb and adsorb the mass of toxins and poisonous waste that any person’s system isn’t designed to handle. The ailing body needs assistance in searching out, capturing, and removing the destructive bacteria, which are growing by about one billion every hour.
It seems that clay has, among other properties, that of either stimulating a deficiency or absorbing an excess in the radioactivity of the body on which it is applied. On an organism that has suffered and still retains the radiations of radium or any other intensive radioactive source, the radioactivity is first enhanced and then absorbed. A clay could, in this way, ensure the protection of organisms over-exposed to atomic radiations.
Clay can absorb/adsorb infection in tissue, and acts as nature’s referee so your body can heal itself.
Remove Radiation From Your Produce with Clay
There has been a lot of press lately about radiation from the Fukushima disaster being found in our food supply. Many people around the world are being told to avoid drinking milk and eating vegetables due to the contamination. Even though our government is downplaying how widespread this contamination is and the health risks this could create, we should all be taking precautions to protect ourselves. No one wants to be exposed to any avoidable radiation. Clay has been proven to adsorb and remove radiation. Washing your produce in a solution of Clay and water will remove radiation, as well as pesticides and other toxins.
How does Work?
Clay has a uniquely strong negative ionic charge. When activated with water it works like a strong magnet, adsorbing and absorbing anything with a positive ionic charge (i.e., toxins, pesticides, radiation). The clay captures these substances and removes them as the clay is eliminated or washed off.
To remove radiation from your produce, we recommends starting with liquid clay, clayever detox bath. This is Clay mixed with water at a ratio of 1 part clay to 1 parts water. In a large non-metallic bowl. Toss your fruits or vegetables in this clay water making sure they’re completely covered and let them sit for about 10 minutes. Rinse and dry them, and store them as you normally would.
You can add Clay to your milk and drinking water if you’re concerned about the possibility of contamination there as well. Add approximately 1 ounce of liquid Clay to a gallon of milk or water. Some people prefer to let the clay settle to the bottom of the liquid and discard that portion, while others prefer to shake it up and drink them together. Either is fine. Once a contaminant is ‘caught’ by the clay it will not be released, and the clay cannot be digested by your body. All contaminants adsorbed by the clay will be removed upon elimination. And it’s always a good practice to take one to two ounces of liquid Clay twice a day, to keep your body detoxed.
many artificially provoked radioactive aggressions, such as dust in the atmosphere from bomb testing, everything increasing this danger should be avoided. Experiments made with the Geiger counter have demonstrated that dry Clay absorbs a very important part of this surrounding radioactivity.