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Clay and fibroid

How to use clay against fibroids?

stephany By On 25/11/2020 at 16:43 0

In FEMALE INFERTILITY

Uterine fibroid is a non-cancerous (benign) tumor that develops in the muscle wall of the uterus, also known as myoma. The shape is usually round and its size varies from a few millimeters to a few centimeters. Uterine fibroid have a very high frequency rate, it occurs in about 70% of women, most often in the age group of 35 to 45 years. However, in this article you will find out how to use clay to get rid of fibroid. More importantly, we have a gift for you, our natural treatment for fibroid; it is safe and effective.

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Curing uterine fibroids with a natural remedy  made entirely from plants is not only possible but also your best option. The  natural treatment  that we offer you to permanently cure uterine fibroids consists of herbal teas. This remedy has proven its effectiveness with dozens of resolved cases. It is specially designed for patients who do not want to have surgery. This is one of the best  natural remedies for curing fibroids.

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Order it and start the natural fibroid treatment early. Support is offered throughout the period of its intake. To reach us, click on the WhatsApp button in the right corner of your screen or contact us on +229 99 54 64 63.

We have representation in all African countries and actively in the following countries: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo- Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be reassured that you will receive your products immediately after your order.

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Clay treatment of uterine fibroids: the recipe

There are several ways that uterine fibroids can be treated with clay .

Within two days it is necessary to apply clay applications to the fibroid area, replacing it every three hours. First of all, the clay must be diluted with water so that the consistency of the mass resembles sour cream and does not flow. Then it should be laid out on plastic wrap and applied to the lower abdomen. Wrap the top with a warm cloth. Over time, the product should be removed and taken to the shower to rinse off any leftovers.

clay and fibroids

In terms of duration, the treatment of uterine fibroids with clay with the help of imposition should not exceed three hours. During this period, it extracts harmful substances, and then begins to give in again. For each subsequent procedure, a new material must be used. Treatment of uterine fibroids with clay according to this recipe is carried out for ten days.

Local treatment of uterine fibroids with clay involves the additional supply of clay inside. To do this, you need to dissolve a teaspoon of the product in a glass of cold water and drink it immediately.  The infusion helps cleanse the body from the inside out, eliminating toxins.

Another application is buffering. The densely mixed clay is laid out over several layers of gauze and formed into a pad. The duration of a tampon in the vagina does not exceed two hours.  With suppuration, dabbing with clay helps to extract purulent masses. The duration of the course is one month.

 

 

Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of fibroids

 

The main factors precipitating the development of inflammatory fibroids are:

  • Genetic predisposition ;
  • Chronic Inflammatory Processes, Often Involving Pelvic Organs;
  • Gynecologic Instrumental Procedures and Operations Involving Mucosal and Myometric Trauma - Diagnostic Curettage, Abortions.

The most common and main symptoms of submucosal fibroids, even in small volumes, are:

  1. Pathological nature of uterine bleeding. They can occur in blood clots with excessive bleeding during menstruation (menorrhagia), long heavy periods, short intervals (hyperpolymers), non-cyclical bleeding unrelated to periods (metrorrhagia). weakness, dizziness and headache, fatigue, worsening of heart function and myocardial dystrophy.
  2. Painful periods (algomenorrhea).
  3. Lower abdominal pain, sometimes cramping.
  4. Pelvic pain of varying intensity, pain in the lumbar region, acquiring a permanent character as the nodule develops.
  5. A liquid with an unpleasant odor, sometimes brownish in color, which can occur with malnutrition and necrosis of the node.
  6. Infertility, spontaneous abortions, miscarriages (spontaneous abortion 22 to 37 weeks).

Large submucosal myomas, especially "0" and "I" types, are dangerous with their "birth" and uterine inversion. During menstruation, an enlargement of the throat occurs, where the gynecologist can identify the lower mast of the node during the examination. At the same time, pronounced epileptic contractions and "withdrawal" of myomas are observed with general contractions and experiences. During the birth process, the knot can be carried and removed by the uterus. This complication is dangerous if the uterus is difficult to bleed and infect.

 

 

CLAY PREPARATION METHOD

It is good to dry high-quality clay in the sun, near the stove or any source of heat - undried clay will dissolve poorly in water . Break the pieces that are too large with a hammer, crush them into powder, clean them from stones, roots and other impurities, put them in an enamel dish (you can not use a dish with broken enamel) or a scorched earth container and pour in cool, clean water so that the water covers it completely.

 

Let sit for several hours to allow the clay to absorb moisture, stir, crush hard pieces with your hands or a wooden spatula (you cannot use a metal spatula) . The mass should be of homogeneous composition, without lumps, it should not flow, but resemble putty. It is advisable to store dishes with clay more often and longer in the sun, fresh air, light. If necessary, the solution is diluted slightly with water to the desired consistency. The ready-to-use solution can be stored indefinitely if it is exposed to the sun more often.

Clay intended for processing is stored in open dishes made of glass, wood or porcelain (in metal it is impossible) under a canopy, in the attic, isolated from blocked or gassed places. Before winter and after winter, clay must be dried in the sun. Before processing, it is also advisable to keep it in the sun for some time, and then dilute it with slush water or clean spring water.

 

 

CLAY HEALING PROPERTIES

Clay contains a large number of mineral salts and trace elements; necessary for the life of the organism: silica, phosphate, iron, nitrogen, calcium, magnesium, potassium, etc., and in a very well absorbed by the human body. Clay absorbs toxins, putrefactive gases, excess acids and removes them from the body, purifying it completely. It has been established that clay has a strong antibacterial and anti-tumor effect, which extends to both benign (goiter, fibroids, mastopathy, etc.) and malignant (cancer, leukemia) tumors. 

This may be due to the fact that clay contains a very rare radioactive element, radium, which plays a positive role for the body in certain amounts. Clay was found to have adsorbent (cleaning) and enveloping properties. This very effective natural remedy that normalizes the metabolism, has a direct healing effect, and also helps to improve the effect of other types of treatment - herbal medicine, drugs, surgery and others. There is an opinion that clay alone levels the human biological field.

healing properties of clay on fibroids

Clay successfully treats a wide variety of diseases: chronic and subacute diseases of the joints, spine, muscles, peripheral nerves, residual effects after polio, trauma (ears, sprains, bone fractures), tuberculosis, cancer of various localization, leukemia, benign tumors, adenoids, polyps, goiter, inflammation and thickening of lymph nodes, anemia, headache, atherosclerosis, paralysis, nervous disorders, epilepsy, brain diseases, inflammation of the ear, eye diseases, diseases of the female genital region (mastitis, mastopathy, uterine prolapse, fibroids, polyps, cyst, irregular menstruation, vaginitis, - various inflammations and discharge), lethargy of the penis and hardening of the testicles in men,diabetes mellitus, diseases of the digestive system (gastritis, constipation, intestinal colic, enterocolitis, rectal prolapse, hemorrhoids, chronic constipation), inflammation of the liver, jaundice, chronic inflammation of the gallbladder, kidney and bladder disease, heart disease , bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, cough, hemoptysis, runny nose, sinusitis, polyps, nosebleeds, tonsillitis, skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, erysipelas, warts), baldness, rickets, arthritis, osteoarthritis, calcaneal spurs, rheumatism , varicose veins, bone and joint diseases, wounds, ulcers and other diseases.chronic inflammation of the gallbladder, kidney and bladder disease, heart disease, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, cough, hemoptysis, runny nose, sinusitis, polyps, nosebleeds, tonsillitis, skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, erysipelas, warts), baldness, rickets, arthritis, osteoarthritis, heel spurs, rheumatism, varicose veins, bone and joint diseases, wounds, ulcers and other diseases.chronic inflammation of the gallbladder, kidney and bladder disease, heart disease, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, cough, hemoptysis, runny nose, sinusitis, polyps, nosebleeds, tonsillitis, skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, erysipelas, warts), baldness, rickets, arthritis, osteoarthritis, heel spurs, rheumatism, varicose veins, bone and joint diseases, wounds, ulcers and other diseases.

 Clay is used in the form of powders, pastes, ointments for various skin diseases (ulcers, burns, diaper rash).

 

 

BLUE CLAY TREATMENT

 

Externally, clay is mainly used in lotions in the treatment of sciatica, rheumatism, gout, arthritis, as well as muscles, tendons, goiter, prostatitis, painful menstruation, skin (acne, abrasions, eczema, psoriasis, wounds) and colds.

 

Clay cleanses weakened or diseased cells, renews organs with healthy and young cells, absorbing dead cells as well as toxins. Clay can be used in the treatment of acute and chronic diseases, ulcers, burns, wounds, fractures, etc. at any age without harming health. 

On tumors, ulcers with abscesses, places affected by eczema, it is better to apply clay without a towel, without fear of infection. And remove it before it is completely dry, then rinse the wound. Lotions continue to work until complete healing. Closure of the ulcer does not occur immediately: the clay must absorb toxins, harmful fluids and dirt from the whole body. Only after a thorough cleansing of the body will the wound heal.

USEFUL TIPS

1. If the patient is weak and cold, he should be helped to warm up with heating pads.

2. If the body does not have a sufficient amount of natural heat, such as in the elderly and anemic patients, or if the patient is prone to colds, lotions can be replaced by baths.

3. The lotion may cause pain or swelling, you should not be afraid, after a while, the swelling will go away without a trace.

4. The clay should only be used cold, without heating, as it is applied to the inflamed area. Hot clay loses its healing properties.

5. Do not use a metal spoon to stir the clay.

6. Foot baths and hand baths are very helpful. They should be applied for 20-30 minutes, holding the hands, the soles of the feet completely in a basin filled with a very liquid clay solution. It can be used 2 or 3 times. It is recommended that the clay solution has already been exposed to the sun.

CLAY WASH

The friction is done with clay water. To do this, wash your hands well, soak a large cotton swab in the solution and rub it into the wound. In the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis, paralysis, to improve the effect of friction, add 2-3 crushed garlic cloves to clay water. In case of tuberculosis, rub the chest and throat with this mixture 2-3 times a day.

PACKAGING OR BANDAGE

If it is difficult to apply a bandage (eyes, ears, etc.), wraps can be done. To do this, take a mass of semi-liquid clay, wet the canvas in it so that it is well saturated, apply the rag to the diseased part of the body and cover it with a woolen cloth. Change more often the canvas impregnated with a mass of clay. These treatments can also be used on large areas of the skin.

INTERNAL CLAY APPLICATION

For indoor use, pure fatty clay is used without sand and foreign impurities. It is better to use the clay taken in one piece. Break the briquette into small pieces, which are ground into as small a powder as possible using a mortar or bottle. Then pass through a sieve to remove the impurities. Expose ready-made pure powder to the sun. In this form, the clay is ready for use.

Inside for gastrointestinal diseases (colitis, enteritis, food poisoning), adults are recommended to take 20-30 g per dose and no more than 100 g per day.

The amount of clay taken should be adjusted according to the needs of the body. Clay does not harm, but in some cases it can cause unpleasant reactions. With a weak stomach, drink water first, adding a small amount of clay. After getting used to the body, you can take half a teaspoon and then a full one, bringing to two spoons at a time or in small portions throughout the day. For children, a teaspoon is enough. The normal adult dose is 2 teaspoons of clay powder per day. The clay is diluted with cold water and taken 2 times a day, morning and evening, necessarily 1 hour (unless another method of taking clay is indicated) before meals. Treatment at clay by ingestion can sometimes last several months or even a year. It is advisable to take periodic breaks so that your stomach does not get used to it (for example, Take clay for 21 days, then take a break for 10 days). Sometimes at the start of treatment it may seem that the disease has worsened and the condition has worsened, but this should not bother you.

In traditional medicine, clay is used to treat: stomach ulcers. diarrhea, bloating, jaundice, cirrhosis of the liver, asthma, pulmonary tuberculosis, anemia, metabolic disorders, atherosclerosis, paralysis, epilepsy and even alcoholism, cholelithiasis and urolithiasis.

* Dilute 20 g of clay in 150 ml of lukewarm water, take  15-20 minutes before meals. Usually the course of treatment  lasts 1-2 weeks, then a 10-day break. When  the need to repeat the treatment for an additional week .

USEFUL TIPS

1. Don't eat a lot after taking clay.

2. If the ingestion of clay is accompanied by pain, it  is good to hold it in the sun, then it is transferred  much easier.

3. Diluted clay powder should be drunk in sips, not in one sip.

4. If there is clay left at the bottom of the glass, you can add  more water.

5. If the patient prefers to take powder  with another drink, it is advisable to do so with  mint or other medicinal plant, but no sugar. You can add a small amount of honey. "

6. Do not drink clay with milk or coffee.

7. For those who prefer to take dry clay powder  , you need to put a small piece of clay in your mouth , let it melt in your mouth, then swallow and drink some water. By doing this , you are strengthening your teeth and improving your nutrition .

Order it and start the natural fibroid treatment early. Support is offered throughout the period of its intake. To reach us, click on the WhatsApp button in the right corner of your screen or contact us on +229 99 54 64 63.

We have representation in all African countries and actively in the following countries: Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, Togo, Kenya, Nigeria, Gabon, Central African Republic, Benin, Chad, Congo- Brazzaville and Kinshasa. So be reassured that you will receive your products immediately after your order.

Shipping is free anywhere in the world.

get rid of fibroid naturally with clay

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