Yes, it's really good that it's available on Amazon.
Well, basically I have been doing 3 to 6 drops per hour for 4 to 6 hours, but not every day...I think I am going to do every other day now. I really don't know why this is causing constipation and pain down there? It must be causing a lot of inflammation. The only thing I can think of is that I probably have a fatty liver and it is stripping all the fat, which is exiting the body (does this cause constipation?). I don't want to stop taking the CDS/CDL, but I also wont be able to continue if the constipation doesn't go away! Haven't made any other big dietary changes, either.
" Many people when taking clay, experience constipation problems which are not due directly to the clay, but rather the result of the clay cleansing old putrefied fecal matter that has lodged in the colon and is hindering the digestion and absorption of nutrients."
Hi katniss ..
As I went through this website .. I read that Perry A mentioned a way to determine if the clay is the best kind as it must be tasteless and odorless..and that gives it the smoothness to be mixed with all juices and drinks without a problem ..
I bought aztec clay actually recommended by jim humble on his latest book .. it was by the way labeled as ( for external use only )
But it has a unacceptable taste and it gave me a hard time mixing it with water and drinking it ..
Have u ever tried ((aztec clay ))
Or ((the living clay ))brand recommended by Perry A ?
And jim said stir it in water but Perry A said use a blender to get a smooth consistency or shake it on a bottle but not stirring ..?
She is an expert with clay and she wrote books about healing with calcium bentonite clay ..
And she said that the food grade FDA approved clay had gone through a process that actually effect the power of detoxing or the mechanism of it .
The following two points are from bentoniteclayinfo.com
Is Calcium Bentonite Clay safe for internal use?
Answer: It depends on the clay. Some clays are acidic and some have been contaminated from environmental sources. Some have been subjected to chemical treatments or extreme heat processes to clean the clay, taking away the natural clay's strength and effectiveness.
_ _ _ There are companies that sell clays for internal use legally, but they often have had their clay treated or processed to meet FDA requirements rather than meeting the standards with a natural unprocessed clay. When clays are processed, whether by heat, sterilization or irradiation, the efficacy (strength) of the clay has been greatly reduced.
So its better not to get FDA approved clay for internal use ..
But to get a clay from a company that has continuous control on the clay and can provide the customers with data sheets ..
In the attachment the clay i bought
Any information will be helpful..
The following user(s) said Thank You: Katniss, MMS_7
Disclaimer:The protocols described on this site are official sacraments of the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing. The reader accepts 100% responsibility for any and all use made of any information herein.