- Buruli Ulcer / Barnesdale Ulcer -
Mycobacterium Ulcerans Infection ...cured with clay
When surgery and antibiotics fail, clay poultices are used to quickly eliminate this six month old buruli ulceration: Buruli Ulcer / Barnesdale Ulcer Cured with Clay .
A Photographic Example of Clay Pulling
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
Example: How Clay can Pull an Infection from
Brown Recluse Spider Bite and Healing Clay
Being prepared for unforseen circumstances is not always easy.
However, at least as far as having healing clay available for emergency
use, being prepared takes only the foresight of having a large
jar of hydrated clay stored and ready for use... Or, as was the
case with one lucky individual, a caring family member with some
experience using healing clay and some bentonite always on hand.
They say that chance favors the prepared mind. Read the brief story
of healing clay used with a brown
recluse spider bite.
Sleep Disorder/ Insomnia and Clay
"...So, I went back to the clay last week
and now for almost a week, I have drank the clay water and
slept like a baby. And the best part is that once again I
dream! Taking the pills, I never dreamed. It is healthy to
dream. I am now sleeping at least 7 hours each night, and
I never wake up at all. Now I am waking up around 7:00-7:30
am, and suddenly I have more DAY TIME and I am getting more
done and have more energy. The longer I take the clay, the
more energy I have, because I am getting –finally-the
rest that I need and getting it in a natural, safe and healing
Read the full story about how clay
helped Ruth overcome a sleeping disorder, and also about
nature of clays: Healing
Clay Cures a Sleep Disorder. Includes an extensive commentary
on using edible clays, and the effect on the human digestive
- Kineseology, Iridology,
Tea Leaf Readings-
...can easily be tools of misdiagnosis
Be wary of advice! It seems these days, everyone
likes to play doctor.
Did You Know...?
Researchers at the University of New England in Australia claim to have made a surprising discovery. While searching for means to combat a serious stomach disorder common to Australian sheep, they found that "small quantities of a naturally occurring clay, called bentonite, mixed into a sheep's drinking water" not only improved the animal's digestion but increased wool growth, reports The Australian. One of the researchers, Professor Ron Leng, said that a daily dose of a half ounce of bentonite mixed into their drinking water had resulted in increase of up to about one tenth of an ounce a day in a sheep's growth. It is hoped that use of this mixture on sheep nationwide will bring increases in wool production worth millions of dollars.