Clay baths or mud on your skin. Clay to assist digestion, as a mineral source, for toxin removal, for bacterial control.
Types of clay, which toxins, how to use clay on the skin and clay baths.
Remedy (new) posted by Maarta of Melbourne, VIC, Australia on 20 April 2010 at 12:33 64
YES I took a clay bath once a week, for a month. It was quite a fiddle to get the fine clay powder dissolved without lumps - the best way I found was to initially mix it with my hand blender in a basin of water. After the solution was lump free, I put it in the bath. Be careful - it makes the bath very slippery. After a lovely hot 20 minute bath, I felt a little faint as I got up. It left a black residue in the bath, there was more the first time I took a clay bath than with the later baths, so I guess it was pulling out mercury or other heavy metals. I felt good, but not dramatically different