Starting with Clay Therapy

STARTING WITH CLAY THERAPY If you‘ve read a few of our previous posts, you’re probably convinced by now that clay therapy can benefit you. How, then, should you begin? Which products you use, and how you use them, will depend on the nature and the severity of the maladies you want to address- or if you’re

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Cancer: Can Clay Therapy Help?

There is almost nothing you would dread more than a doctor’s diagnosis: “You have cancer.” What is cancer, then? Officially, it is defined as an “abnormal growth of cells caused by multiple changes in gene expression, leading to a dysregulated balance of cell proliferation and cell death…”*** Put more simply, it is rapidly reproducing, positively charged

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Radical Life Extension

RADICAL LIFE EXTENSION Is radical life extension possible? We don’t know for certain, but we have tantalizing hints from science and literature that a human could live for several hundred years. In fact, the current average American life expectancy of about 80 years is itself a huge leap from what used to be the norm.

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Health Without Obsession

HEALTH WITHOUT OBSESSION What are the keys to vibrant health? What do you have to do to be as strong, as fit, and as resistant to illness as possible? If you visit websites extolling one natural remedy or another, the subject can become awfully confusing. Some merchants try to convince you they are selling magic

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Pyrophyllite (“Sacred Clay”)

Pyrophyllite (“Sacred Clay”) With clay becoming ever more popular, somebody is trying to sell a new stratum of it almost every week. With so many different types of therapeutic clay, and with some providers shamelessly making extravagant and unauthenticated claims, you need to be vigilant in separating truth from fiction. For example, consider pyrophyllite, which

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Wild Macaws Eat Clay

WILD MACAWS EAT CLAY Several years ago, National Geographic published a photo essay featuring large flocks of scarlet and blue macaws (the largest parrots in the world) mobbing a clay deposit on a riverbank in Peru. The parrots were obviously eating the clay, but why? Charles Munn, a researcher for the College of Agricultural and Life

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