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Antibacterial Clay could fight Superbugs!

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Sara E. Pratt is a graduate of the earth and environmental science journalism dual master’s program at Columbia University and Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory in New York. She has written for Discover, Oceanus, Geotimes, NOVA and NOVA ScienceNow, and worked in scientific publishing and educational outreach. She has been associate editor at EARTH since July 2011 and is based in Boulder, Colo. Email:sepratt@earthmagazine.org

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What Makes a Natural Clay Antibacterial?

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The author(s) declare that they have no competing interests.

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THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF EATING CLAY!

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/The Clay Cure /by Ran Knishinsky, Healing Arts Press, Rochester, VT 05767 Copyright © 1998 Inner Traditions / Bear & Co. www.HealingArtsPress.com

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Published Links to Antimicrobial Blue Clay From Arizona State University Research

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Here are some informative links about our Antimicrobial Blue Clay that are from 3rd party sources. Morrison 2012 CMS Presentation Interactions Between Anitbacterial Clays & Bacteria Oregon Blue Clay ASU Report Williams 2011 ES&T Antibacterial Clays

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Healing Solutions

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What is a Healing Crisis? Detoxification with clay can provide many benefits. Clay has been used for centuries to regulate the digestive system, provide energy, reduce pain and to stimulate the immune system. But it is important to keep in mind, detoxification is not a walk in the park. A healing crisis can occur during clay detoxification. The Herxheimer Reaction is the medical term for a healing crisis. The Herxheimer Reaction occurs because the detoxification process is releasing toxins from the body’s cells at a rapid rate. The major organs of the body are being bombarded with these toxins, and...

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