and Post-Chemotherapy Care and Detox with Clay
by Perry A~ Arledge
Clay therapy, both internal and external, before treatments and
during the crucial rest time between chemotherapy treatments is
important. This detox strategy will assist the patient to
recover and stabilize in time for the next treatment.
After the chemotherapy treatments are finished, the critical
convalescing period begins.
should be noted that Calcium Bentonite Clay might allow some
patients to complete the series of chemotherapy treatment who
would otherwise withdraw before completion. This is where
Calcium Bentonite Clay goes head-on against the dangerous
accumulation of toxic waste and all the debilitating side
of this detox/healing process will start with topical oral
hygiene: gums, mouth sores, tongue, lips, throat, etc.
External will be the obvious skin problems: infection, fungus,
yeast infection, etc.
Body Wraps Ė Use daily with slightly warmed clay. Put
some hydrated clay in a zip lock bag and put the bag in a sink
of warm water for a few minutes. Apply head to toe and
allow to dry in a warm room. Even a partial treatment,
such as face or neck, an upper or lower body, or only legs and
feet, would be of value to the stressed patient. However,
a full-body treatment is an exceptional and favored tactic to
dramatically reduce the flood of toxic poisoning that is
overwhelming and literally choking the patientís system. Wrap
in a warm sheet if necessary while drying.
Clay Bath Ė Use twice a week. Sprinkle two cups clay
powder and swish around as the bath water is filling. Soak
for no more than 30 minutes. Drink water before and after
the bath. You may use this method alone, or use after a full
Drink Ė Drink Liquid Clay, 3 ounces, three times a day.
Mix one part clay to 8 parts water. The recommended ounces can
be added to juice or a smoothie. Make sure to drink plenty
of water during the day as well. Drinking Calcium
Bentonite Clay is great for settling and balancing a nauseous
stomach, acid reflux, and stopping diarrhea.
Bentonite Clay Suppositories Ė Use as needed. Clay
suppositories aid in hemorrhoid, vaginal and anal fistula
treatments, along with feminine hygiene needs. Take some
hydrated clay and mix a little clay powder in it for a workable
and firm consistency. Form into bullet-shaped
suppositories and allow to dry slightly until firm enough to
insert as a suppository. Re-wet suppositories to lubricate
cancer chemotherapy patient is in dire need of detoxification
and wound healing Ė which are provided by the soothing
properties of Calcium Bentonite Clay. A patientís whole
system has been in a physical, emotional, and chemical wreck;
the patient is totally exhausted and full of poison.
are of little value. The patientís immune system is
desperately depressed and in overload. It just canít deal with
the bacterial and toxic assaults.
body needs help to absorb and adsorb the mass of toxins and
poisonous waste that any personís system isnít designed to
handle. The ailing body needs assistance in searching out,
capturing, and removing the destructive bacteria, which are
growing by about one billion every hour.
seems that clay has, among other properties, that of either
stimulating a deficiency or absorbing an excess in the
radioactivity of the body on which it is applied. On an
organism that has suffered and still retains the radiations of
radium or any other intensive radioactive source, the
radioactivity is first enhanced and then absorbed. A clay
could, in this way, ensure the protection of organisms
over-exposed to atomic radiations. This radioactive effect
has been researched: today when everyone is forcibly submitted
to many artificially provoked radioactive aggressions, such as
dust in the atmosphere from bomb testing, everything increasing
this danger should be avoided. Experiments made with
the Geiger counter have demonstrated that dry Clay absorbs a
very important part of this surrounding radioactivity. 
can absorb/adsorb infection in tissue, and acts as natureís
referee so your body can heal itself.
all clays are not alike. A good , pure Calcium Bentonite Clay
canít be used incorrectly. Drink it, put it on your
body, and bathe in it.
taking life-sustaining medicines, check with your pharmacist to
see if there is a conflict of medications. Allow 4-6 hours after
taking medicine to take clay internally to make sure you have
absorbed your medicine and that clay will not interfere with it.
This paragraph is taken verbatim from Earth Cures A handbook
of Natural Medicine for Today Raymond Dextreit Translated
and Edited by Michel Abehsera, A Citadel Press Book Published by
Carol Publishing Group Edition 1997, Page 13
Arledge is the author of Calcium Bentonite Clay Natureís
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~