Bentonite Clay, Diatomaceous Earth, Zeolites, MMS, MCP

* Bentonite, a volcanic ash, is a pure natural product of Mother Nature. It is not a drug or chemical composition made in a laboratory. Millions of years ago, long before modern pollutants contaminated the Earth, a range of volcanoes erupted—sending volcanic ash into the water of the ancient Sundance Sea that covered much of North America. The water in this sea evaporated, leaving behind a bed of mineral-rich sodium bentonite.

Bentonite, under a high-power microscope, is seen as extremely minute rectangular particles, similar in shape to a business card. When hydrated, it generates and maintains a very strong electromagnetic field, which allows it to attract and hold unwanted, non-nutritive substances such as pesticides and other toxins so that they can be eliminated from the body.

Native Americans were known to carry a ball of clay with them in their packs, dissolving some in water and with their meals to ward off the effects of stomach ailments and food infections.

Bentonite Clay helps eliminate food allergies, food poisoning, mucus colitis, spastic colitis, viral infections, such as stomach flu, and parasites (parasites are unable to reproduce in the presence of clay). Works well with burns, bug bites, detoxification, etc. Clay can be used externally in many ways such as a clay poultice, mud pack or in the bath and, in skin care applications. In addition, it can be taken internally with water or spread upon food.

To take internally mix 1 teaspoon of dry powder clay in a half glass of water, stir it up, and let it sit 6 to 8 hours. Then drink either the clear liquid off the top, or stir it up and drink all of it. Prepare Bentonite Clay for external use by mixing it with enough water to make a gel about the consistency of mustard.

The aluminum in the sodium bentonite cannot be absorbed by the body. Both the negative charged bentonite and negative charge cells of the stomach repel each other like polar opposites. It is not digested, nor is it absorbed into the bloodstream. Since toxins are bound to the bentonite, they are excreted from the body when the bentonite is eliminated through bowel movements.

The drawing power of clay will absorb the effectiveness of anything you are taking orally. You should wait at least an hour after drinking Bentonite Clay before you ingest take pills, herbs, or supplement.

For more information visit , suppliers of Redmond Clay (sodium bentonite),

Terramin Clay (Calcium montmorillonite)

DermaClay LLC - Natural Health and Beauty from the Earth - website of Dr. Pentti Nupponen, DMD on healing clays. Eytons' Earth: Healing Clays of the World - there's much information on this site.

December 2008 issue of Dr. David Williams' Alternatives focuses on clay - available to subscribers as 

Dr. Williams recommends Pascalite clay - 

* Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth (DE) - Another cleanser -  is safe and nontoxic and destroys intestinal parasites physically by injuring them and adsorbing toxins. It is probably best to take well before a meal to allow diatomaceous earth time to move through and absorb toxins from one's digestive tract without interfering or absorbing nutrients from foods or liquids. DE is a good source of silica, which has many health benefits. A small amount is absorbed into the blood stream and gradually dissolved. 

Take 1-2 heaping tablespoons in water or juice, daily.  - Explains why swimming pool DE must not be used.

* Zeolites

Liquid Zeolites such as Natural Cellular Defense This fine powder claims to be better than the liquid form.

* MMSMiracle Mineral Supplement - another detoxifier that may be helpful 

For more info contact Kris


* Modified Citrus Pectin

Fighting Cancer Metastasis and Heavy Metal Toxicities With Modified Citrus Pectin 

PectaSol Detox Formula info