If you're familiar with bentonite clay's ability to detox the body, then you should also learn how to do a foot detox with bentonite clay. Just as ingesting bentonite clay internally can do amazing things for the body, so also soaking your feet in clay water can help to draw toxins out from your body.
Three important things to consider before preparing your bentonite clay foot detox bath are how much clay to use, what you should eat and drink as part of the detox, and how to treat your feet after the detox. Once you know the importance of each of these aspects, you will be much more prepared to do your very own foot detox with bentonite clay.
If you want to consume bentonite clay but are concerned about how it will effect your body, then you will want to read this article to learn about potential bentonite clay side effects. Not everyone that consumes clay experiences side effects, but it's still a good idea to know what the possibilities are.
After reading this article, you will be aware of how bentonite clay works with the body, which will help you decide if or how you want to consume this detoxifying substance.
Important: Clay Really Is Healthy!
First of all, it is important to understand that bentonite clay itself is a very healthy substance. It generally does not harm the body when taken properly and in appropriate quantities. It is simply the way that the body reacts to the toxin-pulling effect of clay that may sometimes seem undesirable (at first glance, that is).
In your study of bentonite clay and its uses both internally and externally, you have most likely come up with many questions for which you need answers. The following list of common questions and answers is not intended to be exhaustive, but rather introductory. These questions and answers will build your confidence in clay's ability to help your body, and will make you more eager to consume clay. You can find more answers by doing further research online, in books, and through trying it out yourself.
What Is Bentonite Clay?
Bentonite clay is a type of clay that typically comes from layers of volcanic ash, and is used internally and externally for detoxification and for support of health in general.
How Does Bentonite Clay Remove Toxins?
Clay is highly negatively charged, and most toxins are positively charged. Thus, clay removes harmful chemicals and toxins by literally attracting, or "pulling" them to itself. At that point, the body is not able to utilize the toxin filled clay molecules, and so it flushes it out of the body. The result? Toxins are removed in an efficient, unobtrusive way.
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