Detox expert Ran Knishinsky shares how to detox with clay in his book Healing with Clay: A Practical Guide to Earth’s Oldest Natural Remedy
In this guide to using clay as a natural remedy, the author explores the science and history behind eating clay and explains how it can be used for detoxification, protection, and nutritional supplementation. In addition, he details how to select the appropriate type of clay and how to consume it for benefits throughout the body.
Healing clay has been ingested as a traditional remedy and nutritional supplement worldwide for thousands of years as an exceptional detoxification agent. It is still eaten daily by more than 200 cultures worldwide for better digestion, internal protection, and overall well-being.
In this revised and expanded edition of The Clay Cure, Ran Knishinsky explores the science and history behind eating clay, citing many clinical studies on the beneficial effects of clay consumption and revealing that clay eating is neither a crazy nor an aberrant behavior. He details how clay can be used as a protectant and detoxicant. He explains how clay is naturally absorbent and extremely gentle on the system and reveals how it’s safe to use, even during pregnancy. He also explores the newest scientific research around its detoxifying properties, antibacterial and antiviral effects, its potential use in obesity, and its role in treating a handful of gastrointestinal conditions.
The author examines the rich mineral content of healing clay and its benefits throughout the body. He details how to select the appropriate type and form of clay, when to consume it, and how to purchase a high-quality clay product. Revealing how eating clay can genuinely benefit your health, this practical guide details everything you need to know about healing with Earth’s oldest natural remedy.
Ran Knishinsky has been eating clay daily for more than 30 years. He has worked in both the naturopathic and allopathic medicine industries, first as the owner of a homeopathic dispensary and later as a consultant and marketing executive in the hospital and pharmaceutical sectors. He holds an MBA from Arizona State University and is the edible clay supplement Detox Dirt developer. The author of Prickly Pear Cactus Medicine and The Prozac Alternative, he lives in Arizona.