CLAY

1. CLAY (THEORY)
DEFINITON:
The dictionary defines clay as a sticky earth, composed mainly of aluminum silicate and becoming plastic when mixed with water forming material for bricks and earth wares.

Scientists have found a number of minerals in clay such as: silica, aluminum, magnesium, titanium, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, manganese and others.

Clay is compatible with the human body because our Creator made us out of clay. (Gen. 2: 7 "dust of the ground").

2. PROPERTIES OF CLAY:
Clay has a negative electrical attraction for particles that are positively charged. In the organism, most of the toxic poisons are positively charged. These toxins are irresistibly drawn towards the clay:
CLAY ---
TOXINS +++

Clay has an extraordinary power of absorption.

3. USES OF CLAY:
When used internally or applied externally in a poultice form, clay is found to be very effective.

a. Internally: For cleansing the stomach and bowels. Clay does remarkable work in restoring deficient organs and organic functions by aiding the organism to be able to fix and assimilate those elements where previously it was failing.

Clay is not merely a pain reliever and should be used in relatively small doses. It is useless to take large doses because its action is due to its natural radiation not to quantities of particular elements. Clay also act as a blood purifier for allergies and anemia.
  • Use one teaspoon (wooden spoon) of clay into half a glass of water.
    Let it sit 1 hour or overnight.
    Drink water only once clay has settled at the bottom.
  • First treatment may last for 3 weeks then stop for a 1 week; resume treatment 1 more week. In the case of major ailment, you can continue for following months.
Note: Internal clay treatment cannot be taken while on medication. Do not stop medication unless you consult your doctor - especially with antibiotic (should not be stopped until all taken).
External treatment can be continued while on medication.

b. Externally: When applied as a poultice.
Clay has been found to be effective in the treatment of many ailments to name but a few: Abscess and boils, acnea, arthritis, bruises, bumps, blows, ear infection, eczema, headaches, hernia, psoriasis, varicose veins, wounds and cuts.

Clay can also be used for deep cleansing masks (pimples, oily skin, etc.)

4. COLOR - TYPES OF CLAY: Green, pink, red, white, gray, etc.
For drinking: green and white.
For poultices: all colors.
For masks: pink (though any color will do).

5. DEMONSTRATION: (PRACTICAL) - EXTERNAL USE
HOW TO TREAT A CUT, WOUND, BRUISE:
  • Prepare clay in a mud form 2 tablespoons of clay in 1/4 glass of water. Always use wooden spoon and glass. Avoid metal and plastic utensils.
  • Apply directly on cut; let it dry.
  • Once dried, clay becomes powder again and can be removed easily.
NOTE: Clay can be applied on a cloth or a paper, then cover the outside of the paper or cloth with plastic. In an application on chest (overnight), this will avoid getting clothing wet.

6. BIBLIOGRAPHY
Abehsera Michel, THE HEALING CLAY, Swan House Publishing Co., 1977


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