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seeking advice for detoxification [message #373] Sun, 23 August 2015 21:26 Go to next message
birdy313 is currently offline  birdy313
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Hi there,
I will soon be able to purchase the green sodium bentonite clay. However, I am thinking that the deep green sodium bentonite clay might be best for my purposes. I am trying to detox from medication. My gut is weak due to heavy antibiotic and pharmaceutical intake. To give you an idea, i had malaria three times and had to take really toxic medicine. Years later, I have very sluggish gut and I'm doing my best to recover. I recently had to take more antibiotics for an infection I had and I feel the urge to cleanse. I'm taking acidophilous, garlic pills, spirulina and cod liver oil.
What type of claay do you think I should ingest for detoxification? I am definitely hoping to purchase some by next week. For the mean time, I bought some liquid bentonite by Great Plains. It has a prop 86 warning in the back of the label stating that this product contains "a chemical that causes cancer and birth defects". Please let me know what you think!
In gratitude

juli roma
Re: seeking advice for detoxification [message #391 is a reply to message #373] Sat, 12 September 2015 14:51 Go to previous message
earthcures is currently offline  earthcures
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All smectite clays contain enough trace elements such as lead and arsenic to require a Prop label in California, although many believe that clay, as a natural resource, qualifies for an automatic exempt. With a quality edible clay, these elements are bound in crystalline form, and are not bioavailable in the body.

Great Plains Bentonite is a purified sodium bentonite; if this works well for you, you can purchase a similar USP grade sodium bentonite wholesale, in powder form, from

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