(NaturalNews) For the past two months, millions of gallons of crude oil have been billowing into the Gulf of Mexico daily due to the BP deep sea oil well disaster. This noxious oil, along with the toxic dispersants that have been used in an attempt to break it up, are making their way through the Gulf, onto the southern shores, and into the air. These pollutants will push farther inland with coming rains. It's vital to protect yourself as much as possible from this coming chemical onslaught. Calcium Bentonite Clay can be used to detoxify your body and your environment from this barrage.
Calcium Bentonite Clay has a uniquely strong negative ionic charge. When hydrated, it attracts anything with a positive ionic charge, such as toxins, metals and parasites. This clay has the ability to both adsorb (stick to the surface) and absorb (draw inside) these undesirables. The toxins are then permanently bound to the clay and are removed when the clay is removed.
People who are in the direct vicinity of the Gulf Coast should be taking Calcium Bentonite Clay internally. Perry A~, author of Living Clay, Nature's Own Miracle Cure, was recently interviewed on the topic and suggested the following protocol: Take 1 ounce of liquid clay and add it to a bottle of water. Sip on it constantly through the day, with at least 3 bottles of clay water daily. Also take 3 clay baths per week with 1 cup of Calcium Bentonite Clay added to the bath water.
Calcium Bentonite Clay can also be added to your pets' food to keep them detoxed and parasite free. Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of hydrated clay with their food. Clay baths are great for pets as well, and will help remove any pesticides or chemicals they are exposed to when outdoors.
Another good suggestion is to get a new yard sprayer (one that hasn't been exposed to chemicals) and spray your grass and garden at least 3 times a week with clay water. This will help to bind and remove any toxins delivered by the chemically tainted wind and rain. This is especially important if you're growing your own vegetables, or if you, your children, or your pets are spending time on your lawn.
The fallout from this BP disaster isn't going to be limited to the Gulf Coast. It will be extremely widespread. It is an invisible long term exposure threat to the health of those exposed to it on a regular basis. Using a high quality, natural Calcium Bentonite Clay can help you and your family stay healthy.
All clays are not created equal, so it's important to know what to look for when you're choosing your clay. First and foremost, look for a company that has an established quality control program and makes reports available to their customers. Any company that either doesn't do periodic testing or doesn't want to make reports available to the public should be an automatic big red flag. Also, look for a company that provides contact information with easy access to a knowledgeable staff. For internal use, look for a non-gritty, 325 screen mesh, and a pH of 9.0 or higher to balance and alkalize the body. Now get some Calcium Bentonite Clay and protect your health.
Perry Arledge, Living Clay: Nature's Own Miracle Cure, 2006, Perry Productions
Janet Raloff, "Feds probe Gulf spill health risks," Science News, June 17, 2010
Ran Knishinsky, The Clay Cure, 1998, Healing Arts Press
About the author
Cheryl McCoy manages the website www.AboutClay.com, an information and educational resource for the various uses of healing clay. She discovered the amazing benefits of Living Clay several years ago, and has been an ardent advocate for this clay ever since. She may be contacted at Info@AboutClay.com.