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Clay

Bentonite clay is a clay that is mined from the earth, and it's formed after volcanic ash has weathered and aged in the presence of water. It has a strong negative electromagnetic charge, and when activated by water, it acts like a magnet in and on our bodies, pulling metals and toxins to it.


Clay - Home remedy for Gastroenteritis:  Drinking a glass of water mixed with one teaspoon of bentonite clay every two hours is a valuable home remedy for gastroenteritis. Bentonite clay is available on the market and online. It is white sodium mineral-rich clay that comes from deep within the earth. It is from a Jurassic source. For many generations native Indians carried a ball of this mineral-rich clay with them in their packs, some of which they dissolved in water and ingested with their meals. Clay, a product of Mother Earth was a natural medicine used by the natives for fighting many stomach ailments, dysentery and food infections. Available online.
 

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