Also, you can mix the bentonite clay with psyllium seed, and you won't get constipated at all that way. I wouldn't do that too often because the psyllium can be a bit rough on the intestines, but I have usually done it for a week once or twice a year for the last 5 years or so.
Including while pregnant and breastfeeding. Perfectly safe.
From my understanding (no scientific evidence to back this up), candida lives in the mucus in the intestines. Anybody needing to get rid of candida, psyllium and bentonite clay can really be a good boost in the right direction. Anybody who has ever taken the two can tell you, you will definitely get some mucus out.
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