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Healing with Clay / diverticulitis
« on: September 20, 2021, 12:54:07 AM »
Has anyone experimented clay with diverticulitis?

Not quite getting your answer jason.
His books and méditations are in sale on hay house for 24 hours. Do you think the 2 books you mentioned are enough or it is necessary to do his training?

« Becoming no body, with no thing, in no place and in no time. »
Same idea as ohoponono, right?

Eytons' Earth Discussions / clay and prostate
« on: May 25, 2021, 05:51:26 AM »
Any experience with clay and enlarged prostate/prostitis/prostate cancer?

Diet and Nutrition (General) / Magnesium chloride
« on: August 26, 2020, 11:46:19 PM »
I used to take MgCl to counteract the effect of clay with constipation.
I stopped and am now putting MgCl oil on my 2 forearms. What is its effect externally please?
Does it help evacuation? mood? cramps? in an other word does it have the same effect than internally, less impacting too much on evacuation? Thanks.Marylise

Getting operated from cataract tomorrow. Might be stitches. My eye will be covered for a day. How about putting a poultice of clay on it the next day, with a gauze in between to make sure no clay irritates my eye?
Ok for the stiches? And the lens? Not going to expell or displace it? Thanks.


Any results with lymphoedema and naturopathy please? Thanks Corinne

Healing with Clay / fungus
« on: May 21, 2020, 11:51:55 PM »

Got rid of fungus on my feet in the past with urine, GSE and or or clay.
Have had ringworm for the last 2 months and started with clay and oil and Essential oils and was not getting better, probably keeping it moist with clay and greasy (when it should dry) with oil...
What do you think would be good for ringworm. Been on canesten cream for 6 weeks and is better, but not gone...goes a bit comes a bit etc..

Healing with Clay / Re: Using Clay on Deep Laceration and Sutures
« on: May 21, 2020, 11:48:29 PM »
not quite related as you are talking of a wound and not sure where to put that post.
Read that a poultice should not be left more than 2-3 hours as then it might do more harm than good...

Healing with Clay / Re: Using Clay on Deep Laceration and Sutures
« on: May 20, 2020, 11:48:35 PM »
Had a deep cut onto my calf muscles many years ago. Was needing stitches, really. I put clay (no stitches) and some pus came up, which I expected and then healed amazingly well, with hardly any visible scar.
If there had been stitches, pus might also have come out and I presume if the stitches were expelled, it would not matter, as the clay would close the wound?

Diet and Nutrition (General) / Re: ReMag
« on: May 05, 2020, 10:32:33 PM »
Thanks for your answer Jason.
Where can i find your 2 cures?
Chemo was used before surgery and it did not shrink it and after biopsy of the tumour, there was very little fibrosis on it.
Do you think me stopping for only 48H internal clay could have had an impact on my chemo not working as well as expected? I did tell the oncologist about taking clay and looked at all the half lives and talked to chemist too about half lives and 48H was my desision.

Diet and Nutrition (General) / Re: ReMag
« on: April 25, 2020, 12:54:15 AM »
Been diagnosed with breast cancer february last year. straight away I started to drink 2 cups of clay a day and about 50 ml (will depend on each individual) of MgCl (magnesium chloride) to hellp me with constipation as clau does constipate me and having a bath of both of them twice a week.
The hardest time in my journey was making decisions, as I have been living such a healthy style most of my life...
Outside the decision time, I have felt as usual, even during chemo, I was physically 100% well, without taking their anti-vomiting drugs and mentally better than ever.Was it the clay and MgCl? Was it the fact of having no secondary effects, that helped the most? ( I presume) Or any of the other things I have been doing, mostly for my mind, I dont know and I will never know. What I also know is that MgCl helps for the mood....
I must be honest and mention that the chemo did not work as expected....and I was stopping clay and MgCl for 48H, I think after treatment, to make sure they don't interfer with treatment.

Been having hot showers and finishing with cold for years and instead of having one cold a year i have on every 5 years..
I finish all my hot showers,  very hot, then cold for only one minute and right afterwards, I am warmer. How can I know?
I do breathing exercises (art of living) and then meditate, on my bed in a not heated bedroom and feel the difference the days I have a shower or not.

Heavy Metal Cleansing / Re: Lead in clay?
« on: March 02, 2020, 11:42:16 PM »
Starting radiotherapy next week and not supposed to use any ointment that might contain metals.
Could I still drink my clay with its iron and lead? Sure I will use it topically as it is easy to clean well before the next radiation.
Now as about testing heavy metal in our body, how do you test that? Was going to do a saliva test and when I saw all the questions i had to answer before sending the test, I decided that they would give the answer to the through the questions and not the saliva and did not do it....

For my abscess, I put thick enough clay directly between gum and skin and the next day there was still some...no need of gauze or paper.

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