We truly live in a dangerously toxic and "disease ridden" age.
In fact, it's dangerous to even talk about it publicly because most of the bad guys who flood us with poisons have friends in very high places. But the truth is, it's getting so bad, honest researchers are now asking if it's even possible to live safely here anymore.
It sure doesn't look like it. The average newborn baby comes into the world with over 200 pesticides, industrial chemicals, and pollutants already detectable in his or her blood.i Human sewage is even packaged and resold as "organic compost.ii" As more and more toxins are brought into the food chain, it's become a life-and-death issue for many.
And if we can't trust the authorities and the medicrats to keep us safe day to day, what's going to happen during the next major crisis. How about an earthquake near a nuke plant? (Ask the Japanese how honest governments are in a crisis.) Maybe it's a terrorist attack or a vicious pandemic. How about a major weather event knocking power out at hospitals or if something takes out our water treatment plants? Ask the folks who went through Katrina if you can always count on the Feds, States and Locals when conditions are life-threatening.
And that's what I'm writing to you about today.
In tough times, people look to what's always worked. The tried, the true and the trusted. And when it comes to this remarkable survival science, secret weapon I'd like to tell you about, you really need to pay close and special attention. I'm talking about a mysterious substance that has been "guarded like gold" for thousands of years in almost every culture on the planet.
Scientific studies have proven its amazing properties.iii,iv,v,vi Many tribesman believe it has hidden powers. Even pharmaceutical companies have gotten into the game, using variations (usually more common grades) of this natural substance carefully mined from the earth as an ingredient in many drugs.
I'm talking about a very special type of clay.
Yes, clay. But again, not just any clay. Not the stuff in your back yard. It's a clay so rare, so valuable, that...
Some clays (like the clay in your back yard)are indeed very common. What's more, different regions of the world yield clay with widely varying properties. And for a thousand years, clay has been used by cultures around the world for some amazing health benefits.vii
We've long thought this remarkable substance may have self reliance or even "emergency" applications, so we've been systematically researching it for over two years now. The more we dug into it, the more excited we got about the possibilities. What we've found was astonishing.
Here's the story:
After a lot of looking, we've come across what we think is a legitimate "super clay" and we think it belongs in every thinking person's survival stash. A clay that's so rare, so highly sought after, that I predict this particular clay will actually become "mainstream" in a decade or two: It's called High-Cation Montmorillonite clay.
It's named after the Montmorillon region of France, where it was first discovered. Montmorillonite is part of the calcium bentonite family of clays. By the way, natural calcium bentonite clay is widely used by pharmaceutical companies as an active ingredient in over-the-counter remedies like Pepto-Bismol®, Tums®, and Rolaids®. (Its cousin, kaolin clay, is an active ingredient in over-the-counter diarrhea remedies, and is used as an emergency clotting agent in specialized bandages used by the military and first responders.)
Why Survival Clay Belongs In Your "Just In Case" Kit
High-Cation Montmorillonite isn't just ordinary calcium bentonite clay though. It has one very special property in particular (which I'll tell you more about shortly) that makes it one of the most versatile – and essential – items in your survival kit. That's why we call it "Survival Clay".
Now, keep in mind, High-Cation, Survival Clay isn't much to look at. It's a fine powder, kind of pale, off-white in color, and almost as smooth as baby powder. But don't let appearances fool you. There is simply no other clay like it in the world.
One thing that makes the clay from this Sardinian cave system so special is its purity. Some seams, or "veins" of clay from this securely guarded location are 97%, 98%, and even 99% pure High-Cation Montmorillonite! And of course, the purer it is, the more effective it is, as you'll see in a moment.
The best extraction sites are identified by a process called "core boring," which allows us to sample the composition of each vein of clay before we start digging. If the sample doesn't meet the strictest criteria for purity, cation exchange rates, and pH levels, we move on to a different vein. Why? Because we're only looking for clay with...
What makes clay a precious "survival" clay? The answer lies in its cation (pronounced CAT-ī-on) exchange capacity, or C.E.C. The purer the clay, the higher the C.E.C. Let's take a quick trip back to the high school physics classroom so I can explain what that means and why it's so important.
If a substance has the ability to attract, hold, and then remove positively charged particles, we refer to that ability as its cation exchange capacity (C.E.C.).
Remember high school science? Positive particles are attracted to negative particles, and vice versa. If particles have the same charge, they tend to repel each other. In the classroom, the concept is demonstrated with magnets.
If you try to stick two magnets together with the same charge, they just push each other away. But if one magnet has a positive charge and one has a negative charge... whoosh! They race towards each other and stick together.
So, at the end of the day... it's the "attraction of opposites" that creates cation exchange capacity, which makes this clay so powerful.
You see, the clay particles in high-cation clay carry a very powerful negative charge. They attract particles with a positive charge. Remember a minute ago we said "positive" doesn't always mean good? Free radicals, which we know to be harmful, usually carry a positive charge. Heavy metals, such as mercury, lead, and aluminum, are also positively charged.
When high-cation clay comes into contact with positively charged ions, there's a very interesting chemical "attraction" that takes place. The positive particles seem to jump to the negative clay particles. And here's where it gets even more interesting. In scientific terms, High-cation clay is actually an adsorbent. (That's adsorbent with a "d," not absorbent with a "b".) It has an absolutely enormous surface area for unwanted particles to adhere to.
If you've never heard the term "adsorbent" before, it refers to a substance that attracts particles onto its surface, where they cling. Think of an adhesive lint roller. You know, the kind you rub over your clothing to remove lint and pet hair. The pet hair sticks to the outside of the lint roller. That's what an adsorbent does. If the unwanted particles are captured by the adsorbent, they aren't free to roam about causing trouble. When the lint roller is full of debris, you simply throw away the adhesive (adsorbent) part and the unwanted lint and pet hair go out with the trash.
One Gram Of "Survival Clay" Has The Adsorptive
Surface Area Of 4 Football Fields!
High-Cation Survival Clay seems to act in a similar way. It attracts unwanted, positively charged particles, binds them up, and carries them off. And here's the thing: Since this clay comes in a highly dissoluble powder... You choose the method of clay delivery that makes the most sense, depending on the situation.
Why is High-Cation Survival Clay such a powerful adsorbent? It's hard to believe, but the surface area – the area to which positively charged particles will cling – is huge. Just one gram of Survival Clay has the adsorptive surface area of 200,000 square feet – almost five acres, or about four football fields.viii
How can that be, when clay particles are so fine that they're microscopic?
The secret to this vast surface area lies in the particle shape – each nano-particle of Survival Clay has literally mind-boggling amounts of surface area to attract massive amounts of positively charged particles.
Here's the best part: We believe this clay... we call it "Survival Clay" ... to be the only naturally occurring clay with this particular nano-particle shape, which could account for its tightly guarded and highly prized status.
Once a vein of Survival Clay that meets our precise standards is identified, it gets extracted from the ground in large blocks. It immediately gets gathered in clay block form in a specially designed security shelter. This keeps its purity from being compromised.
The blocks are then crushed and dried in a tempered-steel dryer. Temperatures are precisely controlled so as not to compromise the clay's texture or charge capacity. Once dry, the clay is ground into the final product.
Even though the clay is already tested during the core boring stage, it gets tested again once it's been processed. Then, before it's packaged, each and every batch is checked for bacteriological contaminants, granulometric conformity, and pH levels. If it doesn't pass muster, we don't sell it. This means that you can count on getting the same high quality pharmaceutical-grade clay, with the same high cation exchange capacity, time after time.
The past has plenty to tell us about clay's amazing powers. Ancient cultures prized these powerful clays for a variety of uses. And once you study the "chemistry of clay" it's easy to see why. Almost every culture has used clay for one reason or another – perhaps because it is so rich in minerals. (Survival Clay contains at least 87 distinct minerals and rare earths.) Some cultures even considered clay an "unfair advantage" over their rivals.
Pliny the Elder, a famous naturalist and philosopher of the first century A.D., was most famous for his work titled Natural History. Natural History was one of the world's earliest encyclopedias. He devoted an entire chapter of his book to the many uses of clay.
Galen the Physician was a famous Greco-Roman who lived 2000 years ago. His understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology dominated medical science until the 1800s. He regularly prescribed eating what he called "Armenian earth" (clay) for a wide variety of ailments. Among the native tribes of North America, clay was a prized barter item. And in ancient Mesopotamia, for millennia, healers used clay to treat hundreds of different ailments. They even used it to keep surgical wounds from getting infected!
Listen, even the Bible talks about clay as one of the basic building blocks of life itself. While researching the Bible for this project (always a good place to start!), I found this Genesis chapter two reference early on in the creation account:
"Then the Lord God formed the man of dust from the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living creature."
When I looked up the word "formed" in Hebrew using one of my online Bible programs, I found that it literally meant "to mold clay". Could this be the biochemical, "crack-the-code" stuff we're all made out of? There's more...
Later, in the Gospel of John, Jesus apparently used clay to heal a blind man in chapter 9 vs.6:
"When he had thus spoken, he spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and he anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay, ix And said unto him, Go, wash in the pool of Siloam, and He went his way therefore, and washed, and came seeing."
Well, the truth is, whether it's pastes and poultices, baths and soaks... clay has been a staple in traditional healing for many cultures.
Indeed, animal research studies demonstrate the beneficial effects of clay. Piglets fed copper-rich montmorillonite clay gained more weight, had less harmful intestinal bacteria, and had a greater capacity to absorb nutrients than piglets not fed the clay.xiv
It's fascinating to take notice of clay's ability to combat certain toxins found in our diet, like Aflatoxins which is a very dangerous type of mold often found in aged peanut butter and rancid cooking oil. Toxins like Aflotoxin have the potential to suppress the immune system and affect our overall health.
But it gets even more interesting...
Experiments on tilapia (the fish) showed that fish who were fed clay warded off the damage done by toxins more effectively than fish not fed clay.xv,xvi,xvii In another experiment, pigs were fed a diet laced with lead, which can be deadly. Pigs who were also given montmorillonite clay with the lead were able to excrete the heavy metal poison and avoid becoming ill from the lead.xviii
Australian sheep ranchers often mix bentonite clay into their sheep's drinking water, and report improved digestion and improved wool growth.xix Many cattle ranchers report that cattle will seek out clay deposits when they are feeling ill.xx Even butterflies have been known to feed on clay.xxi
Throughout the animal kingdom, creatures of all kinds seem to be instinctual drawn to this life-giving earth.
In today's down and dirty world, there's almost no escape from potentially harmful chemicals everywhere we turn. Pesticides are in our soil and in our foods. The same goes for harmful chemical fertilizers. Industrial pollutants have made their way into our water system. The air is filled with exhaust fumes and other pollutants. Our carpets and upholstery, along with our clothing coming back from the dry cleaners, contain potentially harmful chemicals.
Then there's the food chain – mercury in our fish, hormones and antibiotics in our beef, and lately, Cesium 137 in our milk. Seriously, it seems like there's no escape from the alarming levels of all pervasive poisons. In fact, in a shocking report released just a few years ago, the Environmental Working Group revealed that:
"The average newborn baby in the United States now comes into the world with an average of 200 pesticides, industrial chemicals, and pollutants already detectable in their blood."i
Can you think of anything more important to our civilization than detoxification?
Look, you may not be interested in eating "clay balls" like tribesmen of Africa did... or slathering your body with clay as part of a Native American purification ritual... nor rubbing a wounded limb in clay the way some animals do. And it's highly unlikely you'll need to pay ransom for prisoners with edible clay like the ancient Incas did at one point.
But in the nasty, toxic dump we live in, Survival Clay could be an extremely powerful option. Survival Clay can also act as a serious survival "insurance policy" for hard times, emergencies and breakdowns.
Even better: Clay doesn't spoil or get stale, and it doesn't break down over time. As history shows us, it can be used in literally dozens – if not hundreds – of different ways. That's what makes it a no-brainer for anyone's survival kit. But a word of caution …
If there's one thing we learned from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, it's that when it comes to getting our supplies for an emergency, the typical "just in time" supply chain doesn't work. Just four days after the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, supplies of potassium iodine were stripped from store shelves all across the United States.
In fact, when news of the Fukushima disaster hit, we were flooded with phone calls at Powerful Living by our customers, begging for potassium iodide. Sadly, we had to turn them away. To our great shame, we weren't any more prepared than most folks as we just didn't see this meltdown coming. We have worked very hard since then to overcome that oversight on our part
I could go on and on about High-Cation Survival Clay and have.
But what you have just read is merely a brief overview of its properties and historical uses. Many books have been written about the benefits of clay. But here's what you should take away from all this: You need Survival Clay. Why? With all the dangers in the world today... it's not a luxury. If you truly want to be really ready for hard-core trouble... Survival Clay is CRUCIAL!
I personally use Survival Clay as a detox bath and as a base for all kinds of survival poultices. (One of my favorites is to mix tea tree oil with this stuff!) I think it's best used in this manner. But remember, I'm not a doctor. Do your own research and always consult a health care professional when possible.
Remember... Survival Clay has not been approved by any Federal agencies as a cure for any diseases. This means the Corona virus.
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P.S. Warning! Never use Survival Clay within two hours of taking prescription drugs. Survival Clay is so potent and has such a powerful binding effect that it can actually neutralize the effects of some medications.
P.P.S. Also... Please don't confuse High-Cation clay with ordinary clay which is very abundant and for sale in many places on the internet. It took us two years to research, locate and test the clay we're now proud to call "Survival Clay".
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