Treating Buruli Ulcer with Clay

For decades, we’ve had plenty of testimonials about the use of clay for treating skin infections. Now we have confirmation from the National Center for Biotechnological Information. Lynda B Williams and Shelley E Haydel of Arizona State University, noting that clay has been used to treat skin infections from the dawn of recorded history, examined its clinical

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Cano Graham & the Western Shoshone

CANO GRAHAM & THE WESTERN SHOSHONE For countless thousands of years, people all over the world have prized volcanic smectite clays for medicinal use. Among the cultures using them in healing and religious rituals was the Western Shoshone tribe, which inhabited an area from northern Utah and southern Idaho to southern California. The center of

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