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Hi Jason,

In your article describing a protocol for mercury detoxification (www.eytonsearth.org), you suggest that 72 hours after a clay bath and consumption of edible clay, one "do the 'liver check' by taking a thick clay water, soaking a dressing, and applying it to the liver for twenty minutes." My question is, how would one prepare the "thick clay water" and the dressing? Is it similar to a clay compress or clay pack, both of which are described elsewhere on your website, or something different? Does one use montmorillonite or bentonite clay, as with the bath, or something else?

This is very important to me as my previous experience with clay baths using a quality bentonite clay to remove high levels of lead in my body actually resulted in higher lead levels as measured in a timed urine test, but I was not using your protocol then. Although still high, my Lead levels are now coming down and I would like to use clay again.

Thank you for putting together an extremely informative website.
-Bill



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Re: Clay Bath Protocols for Heavy Metal Toxicity [message #45 is a reply to message #44] Sun, 12 April 2015 08:07 Go to previous message
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Hi Bill:

You can use a full poultice, but I would first use a "clay water slurry" compress.

With any good detox protocol, metal levels will go up in the blood stream and/or urine (depending on the form of the metal), and this can go on for quite some time (easily one year). As long as the body's own natural detoxification channels are open/working, then clay baths and edible clay along with good eating habits will go a long way with helping keep the body healthy.

The most important thing regarding metals in the body is not the actual bio-burden, but the reactivity of the immune system to this burden. Each individual has different tolerance levels to different chemical toxins and heavy metals, and this is based on a wide variety of variables not easily quantifiable.

For tougher situations, a more comprehensive protocol may be required, especially when serious digestive disorders exist. Consider checking out our study group project @ earthcures.org for more information.



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