Excerpt #33 from The Living Clay Book

Living Clay: Nature's Own Miracle Cure by Perry A~

Clay baths – Because the body detoxifies through the skin, clay baths are becoming more and more popular for drawing out toxins and cleansing the skin. Clay baths are beneficial in removing toxic build-up of heavy metals stored in the body. They also relieve sore muscles, body aches, stimulate lymphatic action and circulation, are very relaxing, and can promote a good night’s sleep. Children with autism are reported to be calmer, to maintain longer eye contact, and exhibit improved communication skills after a single clay bath.

(Excerpt from Perry A~ Arledge’s book, Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure.)

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New Article: Radiation Cleansing Properties of Bentonite Clay

New article posted to the AboutClay.com website:

The Radiation Cleansing Properties of Bentonite Clay by Duran Rivera

Bentonite ClayBentonite clay is known for many things, namely as a treatment for various mineral deficiencies, infections and even gangrene, but it’s also becoming widely popular as an aid against various kinds of radioactive damage and conditions. In its general uses, it can be used as a bulk laxative and to flush out impurities from the body due to its strong negatively charged ionic properties. It has amazing topical benefits as well, treating acne, open wounds, burns, and protecting against various rash inducing oils found in poison ivy or poison oak. Bentonite clay has become a very important natural resource for millions of people throughout the world, especially as our exposures to radiation have risen exponentially in this modern age.

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New Article Added to AboutClay.com 6/25/13

New article added to AboutClay.com today (June 25, 2013)

detox_clayBentonite Clay to Detox Pesticides, Heavy Metals and Harmful Pathogens
by Christina Sarich

Deep below the earth’s untainted surface lies Bentonite clay, one of the healing clays from the smectite group. First used in ancient Mesopotamia, Bentonite clays are called living clays appropriately since they prolong life by detoxing the toxic burden in our bodies. Native American tribes call Bentonite ‘Ea-Wah-Kee’ which means ‘The Mud that Heals.” In the book the Clay Cure: Natural Healing from the Earth, Ran Knishinsky says that, “. . .clay allows a greater life force to be promoted in the cells of the body.”

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Excerpt #32 from The Living Clay Book

Living Clay: Nature's Own Miracle Cure by Perry A~

The skin is the largest organ of our body and can be considered the outward reflection of what’s happening inside. Used topically, Calcium Bentonite Clay pulls out excess oils and impurities, stimulates circulation and cellular revitalization and detoxifies. Whichever method you select, your skin will thank you for it!

(Excerpt from Perry A~ Arledge’s book, Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure.)

The recording of this afternoon’s clay info session

Perry A~ Arledge Living Clay TeleseminarsIn case you missed it, you can always listen to the Living Clay teleseminars (Q&A with Perry A~) by visiting the archives located here:

www.aboutclay.com/teleseminar_archives.htm

These are NOT your typical “sales pitch in disguise” teleseminars. They are sessions where listeners ask the questions, and Perry A~, author of Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure, provides the answers. So if you haven’t been able to join us during the live sessions (or if you just want to relive them!) please feel free to visit the archives.

Q&A with Perry A~ tomorrow (Thurs., June 20) at noon central time

Perry A~ Arledge Living Clay TeleseminarsJoin us tomorrow (Thursday, June 20) at noon central time for a free Living Clay teleseminar – Q&A with Perry A~. This is a Q&A sessions where you ask the questions, and Perry A~ (author of Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure) gives the answers. You can join in by phone, or right on your computer. For more info: http://www.livingclayco.com/teleseminar.html

Excerpt #31 from The Living Clay Book

Living Clay: Nature's Own Miracle Cure by Perry A~

Precaution if taking medications, check with your pharmacist to determine if clay will interfere with any medications. Ask how long it takes for the body to absorb the medication, allow that time to pass between taking your medication and the clay.

(Excerpt from Perry A~ Arledge’s book, Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure.)

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