Monday, August 24, 2015

COMPARING: Clay, Diatomaceous Earth & Charcoal



Bentonite Clay, Diatomaceous Earth, and Activated Charcoal - all 3 of these amazing substances will be a blessing to us during a disaster situation should we have some stored in our home. 

All 3 are similar in that they have the ability to draw positively charged substances (toxins) into and / or onto themselves due to their negative charge and their molecular makeup. 

I go over what these substances are and how they differ from one another in this video. A printable pdf information sheet regarding all 3 of these powders and how they can be used and which one would be best to be used for a myriad of issues can be found below the video. 







Bentonite Clay can be purchased at the following links:

  • Clay Terra - $55 per 6 lb bucket + free shipping
  • Redmond Clay - around $59 from local health food stores.
  • Azure Standard - $36 per 6 lb bucket (create an account, pick up from drop off point, small shipping fee will apply).
  • Amazon sells 6 lb buckets for around $50 - $55. 


Diatomaceous Earth can be purchased at the following links:



Activated Charcoal can be purchased at the following links:

I hope this information will be a great blessing to you and your family!

~Claudia


15 comments:

  1. Thanks I loved learning about these and I appreciate so much the PDF. I pray blessings for you for your time and generosity :)

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  12. What could 5 commentator possibly say that you would remove their comments? Also one comment was posted three times identically and you did not remove two of them? Your video is quite useful, not totally accurate and you left out much important info regarding the three things but nothing was inaccurate either. The PDF file is a great tool, thanks for putting that together!

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  14. Claudia,
    Thanks for all this very helpful information. I had read about all three supplements. You cleared up some of my confusion.
    I have a question:
    I know you said that these 3 substances are all negatively charged, which is in part why they are effective to detox. I have seen some people add Apple Cider Vinegar along with their Clay, DE, or Charcoal drink.
    I know that ACV (along with lemon juice) is acidic itself, but causes alkalinity in the body. My understanding is htat acidic foods are positively charged. Do you know if there are any reasons to not mix positively and negatively charged substances together? Will they degrade, or compromise the effectiveness of each other? It seems like they might grab each others charged particles and thereby cancel each other out. I have seen more than one person recommned mixing them together. What do you think?
    Thanks,
    Roger

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