In this day and age, there's virtually no way to isolate ourselves from the toxins that surround us. They are in the air we breathe, in the water we drink, in our food, in the ground, and in our water. The global use of toxic chemicals increases drastically each year, and they have devastating effects on our health. Internal cleansing and detoxification is needed to remove these substances from our bodies in order to maintain health. With Bentonite Clay we can do just that.
Calcium Bentonite clay is used both internally and externally to detoxify the body. This unique clay has very powerful adsorptive and absorptive properties. It carries a uniquely strong negative ionic charge which causes it to 'magnetically' attract any substance with a positive ionic charge (i.e. bacteria, toxins, heavy metals). These substances are both adsorbed (sticking to the outside like Velcro) and absorbed (drawn inside) by the clay molecules. The body doesn't digest clay, so the clay passes through the digestive tract, collecting the toxins, and removing them as the clay is eliminated. It`s like a little internal vacuum cleaner.
Bentonite Clay provides multiple health benefits such as:
Liver Detoxification- bentonite clay allows its essential functions to be restored through cleansing of the livers impurities.
Improved Circulation- the clays rich enzyme content has the ability to purify from free radicals, thereby increasing circulation.
Digestive Support- bentonite clay may improve bad breath, IBS, diarrhea, and ulcers through neutralizing acids, absorbing toxins and bacteria, and balancing gut flora,
Mineralization- Provides over 15 important minerals and dozens more trace minerals.
AUTISM AND BENTONITE CLAY
The number of children diagnosed annually with autism is escalating at a truly frightening rate. In the 1980's, a study showed that 4 in every 10,000 children showed signs of autism. A recent study by Cambridge University`s Autism Research Center showed that approximately 1 in 60 children has some form of the condition. The controversy over what causes autism spectrum disorder has grown almost as rapidly as the number of cases. Since autism is a very new disease with the first case diagnosed in 1949, blaming genes just doesn't make