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Would bathing in the clay help eczema? 22 May 2024 06:56 #82456

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My friend has a daughter with really bad eczema. They are on a septic system so they don't want to put CDS down the drain. Would having their daughter bathe in the clay help her? And does the clay mess with septic systems?

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Would bathing in the clay help eczema? 22 May 2024 12:47 #82460

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And I just had another thought. If they were to get a kiddie pool or a big tote, would well water be ok to use CDS in? It comes straight from the ground. So it wouldn't have any chemicals in it.

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Would bathing in the clay help eczema? 23 May 2024 06:17 #82474

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I use chlorine dioxide tablets in my rainwater tanks and it doesn't negatively affect my septic tank, so no worries about that. 
I would think that bathing in bentonite clay might help. I always say give it a go and see what happens.
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Would bathing in the clay help eczema? 25 May 2024 06:58 #82512

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Bathing in Water mixed with Bentonite Clay would (most) PROBABLY help with eczema.
Or you could apply BC mud to the area in question. (with/wo a 'bandage' or wrap)
Depends on how much of the skin is being affected.

HOWEVER, as I like to point out, "The 'call' is coming from inside the house."

Generally speaking, eczema is usually caused when someone is too TOXIC.
Your body's natural attempts to Detox through the largest organ in your body,
your skin, causes things like eczema, rashes, other skin issues, etc...

(and not just eczema, so a good, full Detox is generally a good idea to combat
all of the issues that are most likely being created from that Body Toxicity)

So an internal/oral DETOX as per Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook"
should work fine without the need for ANY clay.

ALTHOUGH, I do now suggest that people do the Bentonite Clay Protocol
"first" to make sure there are no pesky Molds/Fungal infections that could / will
interfere with the MMS treatments. (molds/fungi are endemic in our environment
and are getting worse with 'Climate Change', so you don't even have to live
in a moldy environment or be overly subjected to them to get an 'infection' anymore --
also, most people would just "shrug off" those molds and fungi, but, if your body
is toxic, and/or you are sick, there is a better chance that the infection will take hold)

I mentioned in another post recently my method of implementing the JH BC protocol.

MMS got rid of my sister's eczema and some rashes and other skin issues in less than
two weeks. She was amazed, and that's what helped her to "believe" in MMS and its
reality and efficacy. (and she basically half-assed the treatments and didn't do what I
told her to do, which was to FOLLOW THE PROTOCOL, so they might have cleared up
in few days)

As for your well water, HOPEFULLY it is pretty clean. But you don't know for sure.
Having it properly tested is fairly expensive. And even then they only test for
CERTAIN SPECIFIC chemicals and poisons and toxins and heavy metals, usually
with increasing costs for each item or group of items -- sometimes they check for
bad things that are known to be in wells in your area ---
apparently there is no way to perform a general "Is there ANYTHING bad in my
water test", due to the way chemistry and physics and reality work.

The idea is to use the CLEANEST water you can use, which is "problematic"
with amounts needed for baths. So you just do the best that you can.
You definitely DO NOT want water that has Chlorine or similar chemical treatments
or Fluoride. (although those would probably be fine for BC, except that they are
fairly toxic, so bathing in (or showering, or drinking, or cooking with) them is not great)

Afa'w'k, afaIk, MMS(1)/CDS/CD/ClO2 won't negatively affect septic tanks,
but I don't think there has been any ACTUAL testing or study or research
about that. And I can't see why Bentonite Clay would do anything bad to
a septic system.
You're / they're probably okay.
I put an organic, natural pellet in my septic system every month that has
lots of good bacteria in it to help it be healthy. (AND I use organic, natural
(vegan) soaps and such and try to not put anything else bad down the drain)
 
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