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Bentonite Healing Clay Poultice & Infections

A Simple Example of Clay Pulling an Infection

Clay therapy in integrative medicine and Pelotherapy - Heavy Metal Toxicity - Eytons' EarthSource: Jason Eaton - Eytons' Earth
Authenticity Rating: 10 out of 10
Correspondence Date: May 24, 2007
Topic: Clay Poultice and Infections

Synopsis: An individual suffers an unknown and irregulator immuno-response on the arm. The small wound and irritated area could have been the result of an abrasion and contact with bacteria or possibly chemicals. The area is highly agitated. A clay poultice is applied only once, and for a duration of only one hour. An infection is pulled to the surface of the skin during this time period. After the clay poultice, the individual experiences no further irritation, and the body begins the healing process.

 

Clay Poultice

A Photographic Example of Clay Pulling an Infection

View our new basic photo set that visually demonstrates a clay poultice pulling an infection to the surface of the skin. A photo was taken prior to clay application, then one hour later.

The clay used was a complex hydrated clay colloid made from several different types of clay, including calcium montmorillonite, illite and sodium bentonite. It was hydrated with a specially formulated water.

However, any good quality clay would likely have produced a similiar result.

Case history of mercury toxicity from vaccination

Archive: Using a Clay Poultice to Pull an Infection

Arm Before Clay Poultice
Arm After Clay Poultice

The primary source problem area is nearly flush with the surface of the skin. Careful examination reveals a subdermal infection ( the areas of dark discoloration ) beneath the skin.

One hour later, after the clay poultice has been removed, the source problem area is now protruding from the skin about 1 1/2 millimeters. The clay has pulled the infection to the surface. The body's response indicates that the problem has been addressed via no further irritation. One more hour of clay with a new poultice would have likely resulted in the small wound draining. However, the individual elected to leave it as is, and no further action was needed for the wound to heal.

 

Clay Poultice - After Application for one hour

 

Toward the bottom right, one can see the area of the clay that was above the primary injury. Different levels of moisture reveal that the clay action was far more pronounced at the exact treatment site than the surrounding areas. To see this difference, one can click on the image to get a larger view, and carefully examine the image.

 

 

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  "What is the evolutionary significance of plant toxins and animal anti-toxin behaviour? From a plant's evolutionary perspective, a seed should be high in nutrients to support germination and seedling growth; the ripe fruit around the seed should also be nutrient-rich and attractive to animals, encouraging them to pluck and eat the fruit and disperse the seed. On the other hand, the seed itself should be repulsive to animal consumers, inducing them to regurgitate or defaecate it, and the unripe fruit should be repulsive, lest animals harvest it before the seed is viable. From an animal's evolutionary perspective, an ability to defeat the plant's toxin defences would enable it to obtain the nutrients in the seed as well as those in the ripe fruit, and to outcompete other animal consumers by harvesting the fruit while it is unripe and still unpalatable to them.

"Any textbook of animal biology describes the resulting evolutionary arms race, in which plants evolve increasingly potent toxins (such as strychnine and quinine), and animals evolve increasingly potent means of detoxification. While enzymatic detoxification has previously received the most attention, the work of Gilardi et al.10 and the wide distribution of geophagy among animal herbivores suggest an additional important means of detoxification by adsorption on ingested soil minerals."

- Jared M. Diamond, Department of Physiology, University of California Medical School, Los Angeles

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