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Edible Clay, Psyllium and the Colon [message #39] Sat, 11 April 2015 09:12 Go to next message
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Can taking hydrated clays internally cause the clay to build up in the intestines if it's not taken with psyllium?

Some people say it's best to take clays with psyllium, as in "P&B shakes".



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Re: Edible Clay, Psyllium and the Colon [message #41 is a reply to message #39] Sat, 11 April 2015 09:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Clay will only build up in the colon (impacted colon) if the colon is already obstructed, or if the colon muscles are too weak (peristalsis). In other words, as long as the colon is functional, there will not be an issue.

To avoid any issues, always start off with a 1 tsp dose in plenty of water. Psyllium bentonite shakes are great for some people; others it can cause excessive bloating, so simply listen to how your own body responds.

Colon dehydration is the single most prominent cause of constipation. The second most common is bacterial imbalance in the colon coupled with poor dietary habits. Consider checking out the digestive system recovery program for a far more comprehsive approach to healing.



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Re: Edible Clay, Psyllium and the Colon [message #237 is a reply to message #39] Wed, 27 May 2015 21:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Very Happy Hello, I have been taking Sodium Bentonite clay each day for about a month now, I take one table spoon in a plastic cup with pure water and stir it with a plastic spoon, half eat half drink the solution. I eat all of it and leave no rest behind. I have two to three bowel movements per day without psyllium. I used to take Dr. Schulze's Intestinal Formulae number one and two which contained psyllium and other things like charcoal and good stuff. But it actually caused too much uproar in my system. The Sodium Bentonite is a very clean and silent internal cleaner. The clay is incredible. I use the raw and untreated clay. It feels like it's alive in some form. Like it knows exactly what to do. It's beyond words. But I think it is critical to eat whole food vegan and mainly raw.

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Re: Edible Clay, Psyllium and the Colon [message #238 is a reply to message #237] Thu, 28 May 2015 10:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Greetings, and welcome to the forum!

Thank you for sharing your experience with clay.

Yes, Dr. Schulze's #1 formula is a very strong digestive system irritant. Some people really need that stimulation in order to "tone" the bowel muscles. Others simply don't need it.

It's not critical at all to eat raw or vegan as far as clay therapy goes. Weston Price documened this extensively through his world-wide travels where he conducted studies of natural, pre-agricultural societies.

It's best that an individual eat healthy to support their own metabolic state. In my opinion, about one out of three individuals can live extremely healthy on a properly formulated vegan/vegetarian diet, which is not always easy to do. The second third can do it if they work very hard, but won't experience vibrant health. The third group of people will begin to get very sick on a raw/vegan/vegetarian diet, and if they don't listen to their bodies, get ill to the point that it takes a very, very long time to recover.

For example, I myself have a genetically active inability to convert fructose. This means that the more fruit I eat, the more ill I become. I eat 1/4 -1/2 cup of fruit daily, all as low on the glycemic index as possible; I do well with the bitter and tart fruits, which mostly are the true healing fruits such as lemon, blackberries, etc. There is of course testing available for conditions such as these, but you don't really need them, you only need to learn how to listen deeply to your body rather than the rumblings inside the brain. Surprised)






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Re: Edible Clay, Psyllium and the Colon [message #620 is a reply to message #238] Sat, 03 December 2016 03:12 Go to previous message
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Thanks for all the information Smile
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