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Drinking Clay

It sounds strange, however, there’s a new craze. Actually, let me correct that, an ancient craze that’s becoming cool again. Drinking clay.

The thought of drinking clay doesn’t really float my boat, but of course if it’s good for you, then I will most probably jump on board.

The Ancient Egyptians, known for their innovative regimes, were lovers of clay. They used it medicinally and for embalming. The Incas had drinking clay as part of their diet. The Aboriginals use clay as part of their rituals.

Clay has been commonly used as a purification method. In baths it is known to draw out impurities and cleanse the system.

Well, you know what they say?

“What you put on your body, should be able to put in your body”.

The healing properties of clay can help your immunity, digestive tract and liver function.

Green clay can help eliminate toxins, parasites and heavy metals. It also alkalines the body.

If you suffer from heartburn, stomach problems, gastritis, ulcers, flatulence, colitis, food poisoning, abdominal bloating, diarrhoea, bad breath, drinking clay could help. Eliminating toxins from the body has many benefits for your skin, overall well-being and energy levels.

Full of essential minerals like silica, magnesium, calcium and iron, that are easily apsorbed into the system. It is a low cost, easy to use detoxifying agent. It is best to consult a naturopath and buy a specific drinking clay from the health food store.

Just add 1 teaspoon of clay to a glass of filtered water, let stand for 10 minutes and drink the water on an empty stomach, leaving behind the clay residue.

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