Playing in the Mud is Safe for Mercury/Heavy Metal Detox
Mud baths date back to the dawn of time. The ancient Romans valued mud baths as a preventative and curative measure where members of the entire population – male and female, young and old, ill and healthy – would gather to immerse themselves in the mud. In Egypt, Cleopatra used clay to preserve her complexion.
The Wappo Indians used mud baths of volcanic ash and spring waters for their health treatments. Other native species used clay to cure wounds, as well as paint caves. Sadly, in some countries, eating dirt has become a way of surviving.
Present day, we can still thank Mother Nature for the value of dirt. Mud baths have been used to treat everything from tired, achy muscles, radiation and chemical/pesticide exposure and heavy metal poisoning.
Very recently, some surprising and encouraging results have been reported when using clay baths to treat Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and ADD.
Since one of the biggest benefits of a clay bath is the removal of heavy metals such as mercury and
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