Using Clay For Better Health?
America spends billions of dollars on medications each year, but what if something as simple as all natural bentonite clay was the answer to a cure for a lot of what ails us? I started reading about ingesting Redmond Clay for tummy problems last year, and honestly, I was a bit grossed out. Here's my honest to goodness story, though. I have always had tummy troubles. A lot of it has been cured by eating healthier, but towards the end of last year and early this year, I began having more problems. I tried eliminating things from my diet and I knew I am lactose sensitive, so I was careful with milk products, as always. Nothing helped. I had an appointment with both my primary doctor and then she was stumped, diagnosed it as IBS, but still sent me on to a GI doctor. My primary doctor sat with me for a long time and went over each and every one of my symptoms and actually listened to me. My GI doctor visit was a complete joke. She scheduled me for a stomach ultrasound and a scope, as well. I felt like she was just scheduling these tests to make me happy, but I wasn't happy. Something made me go back and read further about Redmond Clay and I was going to try it as a "last resort." I began mixing up the clay powder with water and drinking it once a day. Within two days, my digestional problems weren't cured, but they were about 80% better. Was it really that simple? Well yes, it was! And Redmond Clay has made it easy if you aren't into tasting the clay. There are clay capsules you can take that are just like taking a daily vitamin!
Turns out a lot of people just like me have found their "last resort" cure in Redmond Clay. On the Redmond Clay website, you can download a free informational book called "We Eat Clay! And Wear It, Too!' In the book, it says that people have commended Redmond Clay for curing their Indigestion, acid reflux, colitis, constipation, diarrhea, rotovirus, and more. And you can use it externally, as well for relief from acne, arthritis, athlete's foot, stings, burns, bruises, eczema, infections, bites, sties, and more. Really, if something is bothering you, I personally would suggest trying Redmond Clay FIRST, rather than as a "last resort." You could save hundreds of dollars on medication to just see if it works for your problems. (Of course none of this has been approved by the AMA, but with all of the personal testimonies, it's definitely worth a try.)
So what is Redmond Clay? It's a completely natural bentonite clay, which is extracted from the earth. Redmond Clay has a negative electrical charge, attracting positively charged toxins. Clay naturally binds to the toxins and pulls them from the body. There are no known side effects to taking clay, and it has been used for hundreds of years.
The awesome people at Redmond Clay are giving away a great prize package to one lucky winner! You could win a tube of Redmond Clay First Aid hydrated clay, a 9 oz. shaker of Real Salt, and a 10 oz. jar of Redmond Clay!
The giveaway has ended and Sherri is the lucky winner!
Gena is the mom of two energetic boys, ages 4 and 2, the wife of a great man, a Christian, blogger, and former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom! They live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area!