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THE HEALING POWER OF CLAY

THE HEALING POWER OF CLAY


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The Healing Power of Clay

REPERTORY OF NATURAL MEDICINE

by Ramond DEXTEIT

 

Clay has been used for centuries as an effective treatment for a variety of ailments. Its property of with drawing impurities from the skin was found to be applicable to deeper organs.Whether taken orally or used in poultices, it acts to draw toxins out of the body and so encourages the individual’s recuperatide powers.

This book gives precise instruction on how to use clay and also case histories and testimonials from people who have used it successfully. Clay treats disorders ranging from arthritis to varicose veine - including stubborn complainte that would not yield to any other foret of treatment. You will found recipes for herbal infusions, many well-tested natural remedies, as they often complement each other’s actions, and instructions for a natural diet which contributes to total health care. Clay should thus be used as part of a coherent method, a certain «art of living» in harmony with Nature which has given us this various and always useful remedy.

Raymond Dextreit has written 50 books on holistic medicine and natural remedies, which have sold over 5 million copies in several languages.

 

CONTENTS

Contents - Preface

PART ONE : THE EARTH

1. A POLYVALENT REMEDY : Clay in Industry - The Properties of Clay - The Adsorbent Capacities of Clay - Radioactivity. - 2. CLAY USED INTERNALLY : Choosing the Right Clay - Are there Reactions ? - Alkaline or Alkalose ? - 3. CLAY USED EXTERNALLY : Preparation - Temperature - How to Heat Clay - The Poultice - The Compress - Securing the Poultice and Compress - Frequency of Application - Disposing of Used Clay. - Modalities of Application - Enemas and Injections - Powder - Care of the Skin - Mud Baths - Silt - Sand - 4. SEA SALT - 5. COLD HIP-BATHS - 6. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE : Eyes - Nose - Mouth and Teeth - Ears - Throat - Nape of the Neck and Spinal Column - Thyroid - Heart - Lungs - Stomach - Liver and Gall Bladder - Hepatitis - Lower Abdomen - .Kidneys -Limbs - Fingers.- - Swellings, Abcesses, Boils, Anthrax, Whitlow - Acne - Eczema, Crusts on Skin - Bone Diseases -5Suppurating or Gangrenous Wounds, Ulcers - Benign Tumours. -Burns -Wounds - Adhesions and Post-Operative Conditions - Bruises, Blows, Sprains, Bumps - Fractures - Haemorrhage- Congestion, Heatstroke, High Blood Pressure - Warts, Moles and Various Growths - Hernias - Varicous Veins and Haemorrhoids - Migraines - Shingles - Arthritis, Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis - Slipped Disc - Diseases of the Hip -Influenza and Fever - Pregnancy - Excessive Perspiration - 7.VETERINARY USES OF CLAY - 8. AGRICULTURAL USES OF CLAY - 9. CONCLUSIONS

PART TWO : RESULTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

10. SAMPLE RESULTS - 11. RECIPES FOR INFUSIONS - 12. FOOD FOR HEALTH AND STRENGTH - 13. ONE DAY’S DIET - 14. SUPPLEMENT : Garlic - Cabbage - Lemon -Thym - Onion -The Egg-Lemon System - Two Valuable Auxiliaries to Clay : Box - Elderberry - 15. SOME GUIDELINES FOR STARTINGA TREATMENT - 16. TESTAMONIALS - 17. CLAY FOR ANIMALS.

 

ISBN : 2-88165-078-3 - 222 pages - Price : 17,50E

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