Mineral Healing Recipe Book - Practical and Easy to Follow Guide Describing How to Use Salts, Muds, Clays, Zeolite and Diatomaceous Earth for Health and Beauty
Salts, clays and clay-like minerals have been used both by humans and animals to survive in the harshest conditions as long as they appeared on planet Earth. The reason is that they have always been the most freely and easily available substances to both species.
Animals eat clay instinctively, in order to counteract the effects of poisonous substances in plants and to get rid of toxins and internal parasites, as well as to replenish themselves in vital minerals. They roll in mud to rid themselves of ticks, fleas and other skin parasites. They go to salt licks to replenish themselves in salts.
The use of minerals by humans goes back to prehistoric times. People of all cultures were using clays for healing, to prevent food poisoning, heal wounds, stop infections, ulcers, as a source of minerals and to stop hunger pains when food was scarce.
More recently, clays have been used to minimise the effects of radiation in places of radioactive emergencies – such as Chernobyl.
Soldiers of Russia and France were given clay rations during World Wars as a means to stop poisoning from dirty water, heal wounds and prevent diarrhoea.
Clays, muds and salts have been used extensively in health and beauty spas, in order to treat chronic health conditions, as well as to improve skin and promote rejuvenation. More and more people are beginning to use minerals at home, especially in healing procedures.
This guide is an overview of how minerals can be used in everyday life – to address common health problems, deal with pain and anxiety, improve skin condition, rejuvenate, boost metabolism and weight loss, and so much more.
It also shows how salts, muds, clays, zeolite and diatomaceous earth can help pets, larger animals, improve the health of plants in the garden, deal with insects in a safe way and do so many other very useful things that medicines and chemicals cannot compete with in terms of health side-effects and environmental protection.