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Living Healing Clay



Clay and mud have been spontaneously used by animals and Humans since their creation on Earth. It is one of the oldest therapeutic elements that naturally exists in abundance on the planet. Clay is most commonly used externally and internally for therapeutic, cosmetic or hygienic purposes. With the ascension of the medical and scientific thought, the therapeutic use of clay on humans was left out and limited to cosmetic and industrial applications. For the last 2 decades, the therapeutic use of clay on Humans began to reclaim its ancient status. Claytherapy is now widely spread in Europe, especially in France where comes the renowned "French Green Clay". The healing applications of clay rapidly grew in popularity since conventional doctors and hospitals started studying the healing properties of the green illite clay and the montmorillonite clay, and using them as treatments for numerous pathologies that were failing conventional treatments (read the article: Clay in Hospitals).

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