Bentonite Clay + Psyllium seed Husk
Bentonite Clay + Psyllium seed Husk
When thinking about medicine, what usually jumps to mind are pills, syringes and other medicines. It is because of this that the thought of consuming Bentonite Clay for internal hygiene may seem alien.
Bentonite clay has in fact been used as a natural medicine, with evidence of its use dating back hundreds of years among indigenous tribes. Bentonite clay appears in the native tribes of Central Africa, the high Andes and Australia.
Bentonite can be found throughout the world although some of the largest concentrations of it lie under the great plains of Northern America.
A Natural Detoxifying Agent – Bentonite Clay
Animals have a natural relationship with Bentonite Clay, and seek it out through instinct. Animals have been observed consuming the clay for its beneficial properties as well as rolling in for injury relief.
The effects Bentonite Clay has on Humans has been noted over centuries, and clay deposits have been found in the knapsacks of native aboriginal tribes in Australia to be consumed with food, as part of a survival diet.
Oral Bentonite for Internal Hygiene
Only recently has the use of Bentonite Clay been introduced to parts of the modern world as a detoxifying agent.
When consumed blended with warm water, Bentonite Clay bolsters and cleanses the digestive tract, passing through the stomach and into the intestinal system where the elimination of toxins occur. Eventually the liquefied Bentonite Clay is passed through the body undigested due to its inert nature.
Bentonite Clay is made up of negatively charged atoms that absorb intestinal dirt.
When Bentonite Clay contacts water it swells up, stretches and elongates to resemble a porous sponge. Through electrical attractions toxins are drawn to the clay like nails to a magnet, and are captured and trapped in the pores of the clay.
First Noticeable effects of Bentonite Clay
It is known that Bentonite Clay can be a remedy for Diarrhea due to the way it binds stool. Bentonite clay binds immediately to anomalies in the digestive system and the beneficial effects are felt swiftly after usage. When taken everyday Bentonite Clay can bring balance to a colon riddled by years of abuse.
How to take Bentonite Clay
Method to mix Bentonite Clay and Psyllium Seed Husk
1. Add two teaspoons of Bentonite Clay to a quarter cup of boiling water mash up the clay until dissolved, then top up with a small amount of cold water, so that the mixture is drinkable. Not too hot.
2. Swiftly add one teaspoon of Psyllium Husk.
3. Mix briskly and gently gulp down as soon as possible.
4. Follow with as much warm water or herb/ginger/lemon tea as you can drink.
Bentonite Clay should be drunk daily with Psyllium husk while on a colon cleansing course, which we offer here at the Detox centre. Your colon will ultimately gain numerous benefits from the continuous, gentle scouring that Bentonite clay provides over time.
Psyllium husk is known for its extremely high, water soluble fibre content.
The husk works to aid digestion by swelling upon contact with water, each husk swells to several times its original size. Because of this swelling ability, a teaspoon of husk will become a sticky, gelatinous mass which works to bulk and bind the stool, scour the colon and improve internal hygiene.
It is because of these properties that Psyllium husk is useful in conjunction with Bentonite Clay and Colon Therapy.
The assistance Psyllium Husk adds to the general Detox process has been noted by Ramesh Ramkumar from years, and he is still a daily user to this day.
The changes Psyllium husk creates to the regularity of bowel movements is instantly noticeable, constipation is alleviated and because the Husk can swell, stool will soon appear fibrous and in-tact, just like it should.
We recommend Psyllium husk with Bentonite Clay daily for maximum bowel cleansing efficiency the two provide.
Beware of using grades that are not suitable for human consumption. We have managed to procure the right grade for detoxification.
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