Who wants to watch TikTok videos when you can watch me show you how to mix your French Green Clay for detoxing on YouTube?? LOL
There is no doubt that detoxing in today’s world is very important. The most questions that I get are about the French Green Clay and the niacin – two very important parts of my detox program. In this video, I show you what the clay milk water looks like, and I demonstrate how I mix up my clay – I detox with the clay regularly.
Here are my recommendations where to buy the green illite clay, and some instructions on how to use the clay for detoxing.
French Green Clay
One teaspoon of French Green Clay is recommended first thing in the morning or before bed on an empty stomach, seven (7) days a week during detoxification.
The best source for French Green Clay for internal use comes from 100% ventilated French Green Clay. The smallest grain is safe to consume internally. Here are some green clay sources:
https://www.argiletz.com/produit/clay-green-ground-fine-1kg/?lang=en (Safe for Internal use; they are opening a new office in Canada in a few weeks; they have a line of toothpaste with clay, too. I make my own toothpaste with the clay.)
https://www.frontiercoop.com/search?search=green+clay&type=1 from Frontier Herbs. (Pure clay, not labeled for Internal use; buy smallest grain not for skin treatment.) One of my favorite choices at $18.00 a lb.
https://essentialwholesale.com/french-green-clay (Pure clay, not labeled for Internal use; buy smallest grain not for skin treatment.) I recently ordered a 1 lb bag from them to test this choice, and the total cost with shipping was $24.47.
** note that the FDA has not certified the green clay for internal use, so some products will be labeled for external use only. Please read my Detoxification ebook (download it for free) and my many articles about green clay, which is certified as safe for internal use in France, Australia, and most all European countries. I do not recommend bentonite clay for internal use, yet the FDA has certified bentonite for internal use. This decision is up to you.
One teaspoon of French Green Clay taken first thing in the morning or before bed on an empty stomach, seven (7) days a week; six (6) to eight (8) capsules equals one teaspoon of powdered clay. The powdered clay has not been touched by humans hands, so it is the purest form.
Use the French Green Clay on an empty stomach so the clay can reach the toxins unobstructed every day for the recommended Detox Period based on your hair analysis (if you had one done).
Always drink ample pure water during any Detox.
The dose can be spilt into twice a day if it is more convenient.
This is also recommended for children and for pets.
Most clays in the USA are not labeled for internal use – but it is not because the clay is questionable – the FDA is “outdated and clueless” concerning natural supplementation and detoxing today.
The French and Australian governments have approved FGC for internal use.
Note: The French Green Clay is more convenient in capsule form, but pure powdered FGC is recommended over using other forms of clay and clays that harden or cast, such as bentonite clay. Choose a form that you will consistently take, however, which is the most important part of starting a detox – consistency.
The smallest grain size is the best for internal use.
If you have never taken clay before, introduce FGC to your body gradually:
1. Day 1,2 and 3 – 1/3 teaspoon
2. Day 4,5 and 6 – 2/3 teaspoon
3. Day 7 and on – 1 teaspoon
Acting as a sponge and as a magnet, clay will help you eliminate metals and bacteria that have weakened your body’s immune system. In order to get the best benefit from healthy clays, follow some Dos and Don’ts:
❖ Never let your clay come in contact with metals; use plastic or wooden spoons;
❖ A glass container is your best choice when mixing;
❖ Keep dry at all times;
❖ Keep your clay as pure as you bought it; avoid contact with any other materials, if possible;
❖ Always use a clean clay;
❖ Do not overuse; more is not better – consistency is the key;
❖ Use mineral, spring or rain water when mixing;
❖ Stay hydrated;
❖ Use on an empty stomach to sweep away lingering chemicals unused by your body, such as food chemicals, medications your body has not made use of, metals and toxic by-products;
❖ Do not use clays at the same time mediations are taken; traditional medications may not be as effective when taking clay internally;
❖ If you are taking medications, do your research and let your medical doctor know what you are doing to remove excess toxins using clay;
❖ Don’t throw away the clay that you have already mixed in water; simply rehydrate the clay that has settled at the bottom of the water glass or pitcher and use it to fertilize your plants or put in your pet’s water bowl.
Green clay is a natural source of trace elements, and can naturally balance your body pH.
Add one teaspoon to a full glass of water and stir well. You can allow standing over night, drinking the “clay milk” in the morning before breakfast.
The French National Superior Council has approved French Green clay for food use since 1996. Green clay is 100% natural, preservative free, and has not been tested on animals.
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