Clay - A Catalyst for Enriching Blood
by Perry A~ Arledge
experiments have confirmed the useful role of clay in the
reconstitution of the blood. Spectacular improvements in the
composition of blood have been observed following a protocol of
clay and improved diet.
As the old adage goes, "You are what you eat." Most of
our physical ailments are the result of our life style of poor
eating habits and lack of exercising. Most of what we put in and
on our bodies contributes to a buildup of acidity, clogged
arteries, high blood pressure and imbalance in pH Levels and
One theory for the origins of life proposes that clay particles
acted as a catalyst, converting simple organic molecules into
more complex structures.  This is important to note because
revisions in diet alone are not enough to solve the problems
associated with poor nutrition. The body needs a catalyst to aid
in transforming the nutritive elements, contributing to their
assimilation, fixation and storage in the body. Bentonite Clay
is an important catalyst.
With good nutrition and help from a quality, calcium Bentonite
clay, you will be amazed at how quickly you can begin to rectify
the ills we have inflicted on our bodies. The green healing
clays from the Smectite family of clays have long been respected for healing properties. Some of these
clays draw as much as 33 times their molecular weight.
Calcium bentonite clay works with the body to reduce acidity by balancing
the pH level, cleansing the colon, ridding the colon of
parasites, detoxing environmental contaminants and enriching the
blood. Applied topically, clay stimulates the flow of blood
containing oxygen needed for cellular repair and thus speeds the
healing process. Additionally, the powerful drawing power of
clay's negative ionic charge, some as much as 33 times it
molecular weight, makes clay baths both popular and highly
effective in removing toxins
Recent studies of blood samples under high powered microscopes
show what acidity can do to our blood. Blood cells tend to
cluster and clump together and often the background is filled
with parasites and nano crystal build-up. After six weeks of
good nutrition and taking the clay internally the blood samples
instead show a clear background and individual round cells
surrounded by a glow, evidence that an alkaline pH has been
Below are some blood samples that illustrate this progression:
These are beginning slides of acidic blood samples showing the
clustering of the blood cells. Acidity causes the cells to stick
together and impedes the delivery of oxygen to the cells. The
debris and lines in the background denote the presence of
parasites and nano acid crystal lines and particles that can
contribute to kidney and gall stones.
see progressive slides taken at 2 week intervals showing
the progress of the blood cells becoming better defined
six weeks on clay and a healthy Vegan eating program, we have
clearly defined blood cells. The glow around them indicates
healthy oxygenated cells in an alkaline environment.
renowned French natural healer, Raymond Dextreit, states,
"Clay is particularly rich in certain diastases and
enzymes. Some of these diastases, the oxidases, have the power
of fixing free oxygen, which explains the purifying and
enriching action of clay in the blood." 
this being said not all clays are alike or suitable for
healing purposes. For more information about the Criteria
for Selecting a Quality Healing Clay go to the articles
section of www.BentontieClayInfo.com. Only nature can make clay.
It cannot be replicated in laboratories or by pharmaceutical
Life Begin in Space? New Evidence from Comets," Science
Dextreit, Earth Cures,
A~ Arledge is the author of Calcium Bentonite Clay Nature’s
Pathway to Healing (www.TheClayBook.com)
and numerous clay articles (www.BentoniteClayInfo.com).
She is a frequent guest on health talk radio shows. She is
dedicated to spreading the word about clay's healing potential
and putting attention on safe healing with Bentonite Clay.
She is available for lectures, radio interviews, and answering
questions on clay therapy. Perry A~ can be reached at
1-512-262-7187 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
© 2015 Perry A~