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Hello,

About 6 months ago, my shins started itching like crazy. Then I developed eczema like rashes on them as well as my calves. Within a few more months the rashes have moved across my whole body, some days worse than others. No one else in my home has them and I haven�t changed my diet. One thing that could be affecting me is mold.

I would like to try clay to heal my skin, help with the discomfort of this externally and to help clean up my body internally.

Can you please recommend a direct source I can buy clay from and a specific kind that you think could help? Thanks so much!

~Jessica



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Re: Clay for Eczema/Rashes [message #29 is a reply to message #28] Thu, 09 April 2015 17:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Hi Jessica:

To help with localized outbreaks, use a clay gel topically for 20-30 minutes before showing (or as long as it is comfortable, keeping the clay moist). At greenclays.com , we have a prehydrated antioxidant clay gel that you can use that is excellent for skin conditions.

Since this is often a systemic issue, clay baths with sea minerals (sea salt) will often completely resolve these types of conditions, although it can take a few months of fairly regular clay baths to resolve.

Of course, I recommend using the green desert calcium bentonite we carry @ greenclays.com for baths, internal detox, and skin care.

Kind Regards,

Jason



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I have been using the healing clays for skin infection issues.

Currently I'm experimenting with French green illite, Redmond sodium bentonite, Pascalite calcium bentonite, and Greenclay's green desert calcium bentonite. They are all proving to work well. The clays are drawing whatever infections exist in my skin, and some very deep into my oral tissues (inner cheeks, gums, tongue, and the teeth). The applications range from a thin layer of clay magma, triple layering a facial masque, brushing my teeth with clay powder, to packing my mouth with dry clay powder (which then hydrates naturally). The application times vary from a few minutes to all night long. For water spritzing, I use spring water with additions of colloidal silver, or sole. I have not experienced any problems using these healing clays, except for enduring the reactions of the infection to the clay --- itching, burning, pain, and then dissipating. Day by day, I continue using external clays, and day by day I'm watching the infection being drawn out of my body. I use it freely, without inhibition, after testing it/working with it for the past 6 years. Even when the clay magma seeps into my eyes, it soothes and draws out infection from these tender tissues. I listen to my body, and she says "YES!" I let her lead the way, as she messages me with "intuition" and whisperings. Sometimes I do a treatment, and immediately do another. Othertimes, my body says "Wait for now", because she wants/needs some time to incorporate the healing.

I don't know what the infection is. Viral? Fungal? Bacterial? Parasitic? Morgellons? The scientist in me quests for knowing the causative agent, so that I can design treatment plans with logic and knowledge. But after being sick for so long, I threw that impulse/need to the side. And after testing everything under the sun, I circled back to the basics, back to the clays, determined to use them in a focused, intense, and persistent way. So far, so good. I trust the sentience and guidance of these master healers, my allies. Other healing modalities have provided temporary remediation (herbs, essential oils, great nutrition, minerals, digestive enzymes, ozone therapy, the western medical system, pharmaceuticals, anti-parasitics, flower essences, bodywork, qigong, exercise, sunshine, singing bowls), but the infections always have come back, and this time with exponential escalation, manifesting systemically worse. It's gotten my attention and I knew I had to find something that is more powerful than the infection-maker(s). Something that healed over time, not just for a few days. A true healer, providing the cure, and restoring balance and wellness.

And so, I have come home to the clays.

After reading and re-reading Jason's writings and letting them seep into my bones, I well understand that clay healing takes time and perseverance. Although this infection is not Buruli, I am approaching treatments as if it were --- a deep, pernacious, shapeshifting pathogen that requires an approach of tenacity, flexibility, and stubbornness. My body is not stronger than this infection, not on her own. But by allying with the clays, maybe, just maybe, we'll win this time.
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