Dear Dr. Hull: I just experienced something amazing and had to tell you. You recommended I take the French Green Clay to detox the heavy metals I have in my body. Well, turns out I needed it for my precious companion.
My dog got hit by something and she was so swollen, her skin was starting to bleed. Benadryl was recommended, but it wasn’t really helping. I was praying for wisdom because we just couldn’t afford another vet ER bill.
The idea to use the French Green Clay in your detox program came to mind. I thought she was dying, so I knew it couldn’t hurt to try. Within 48 hours of starting the clay, her swelling was almost completely gone.
I finally gave in and took her to the regular vet to make sure she didn’t need anything else. The vet didn’t believe me at first, and thought I was being dramatic about how bad she had been. Then, when I told him I used the clay, he was upset with me until I explained what it does and that my nutritionist has ME taking it.
I doubt that it changed his opinion, but at least I planted a seed for him to think about. Why are the vets (and doctors for that matter) so close-minded when it comes to natural things that can help us? It doesn’t make sense, but thank you for the seed you planted in my mind. It saved my precious dog.
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