I appear to be chlorine-sensitive, and have thus been avoiding municipal/bathing water as much as possible. In brief, the fumes from hot water make me dizzy, cause headaches, and difficulty breathing. (This has been true throughout my life.) I... (more)
Hi guys, Im curious if anyone has used this particular "living clay" offered by california earth minerals? aside from their marketing (used by NASA Astronauts, etc) it seems like a nice product. id love to hear any input you might have ,... (more)
Might it be good for health for other reasons? Or might clay be bad for health in some way? Will it significantly affect stomach acid? Edit: I took a couple tablespoons in water yesterday and I had a couple bowel movements today, which is... (more)
I'm finding that if I spray my waist line with magnesium oil, I have to go around 5 hours later. It will probably act faster with a person with a normal sized colon.
Geophagy is (or was) common, from the equator to northern Europe. Although pica comes in many forms, most examples of geophagy ("earth eating") involve consumption of clay soils. This article suggests an adaptive... (more)
I tried Redmond Clay for my tummy troubles (leaky gut, inflammation, bacterial overgrowth) for about 2 months. Didn't see any changes at all. http://www.redmondclay.com/
I was reading Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston Price and I came across the section on clay. This site quotes NAPD and otherwise contains a lot of information on clay. Does anyone here eat clay or use it topically or otherwise? I know... (more)