Clay works with the body to correct imbalances through the methods of absorption, the absorption rate is how fast the clay reaches saturation. Its absorption rate is how well it holds onto or binds with organic and inorganic substances.
These processes vary among different types of clays. The beauty of clay is that chemically, it’s a negatively charged substance. Most toxins are positively charged, so this polarity makes clay attractive to viruses, bacteria, parasites and various other substance without side effects.
Green clay has a wealth of minerals from the plant kingdom including Silica, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Cobalt, Manganese, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Alumina, Phosphorous, & Sodium.
Benefits of healing clay for dogs and cats:
Can help to eliminate intestinal parasites, fluids, toxins, and heavy metals
Can provide support to the immune system by balancing and supporting healthy intestinal flora
Can help detoxify the digestive tract
Applied dry can stop bleeding, minor wounds and itching.
Can be applied wet as a poultice for various skin issues.
Guidelines for safe and effective use:
- Never let clay come in contact with metal. Use glass or wooden containers and utensils. Store your clay in glass containers so it will remain sterile and safe for first aid use.
- Use pure filtered or spring water.
- 1 lb pure green clay
- 1⁄2 cup cool spring or purified water
Mix into a thick paste, wrap in clean cotton or muslin and clay, do not allow to dry out.
Can be applied with a clean make up brush dry to itchy skin, ears and paws (avoid the eyes)
This is a complimentary feed supplement and should not be used instead of seeking advice from a vet. If any adverse reaction occurs, discontinue use.