Clay has a long, worldwide history of outstanding, health
promoting effects and has been used extensively by many cultures for
thousands of years. Animals have been utilizing the detoxifying
capabilities of clay to draw out poisons from food for eons.
Medi Clay is a premier-state, rare desert clay (calcium bentonite) with
excellent, proven detoxifying properties.
Medi clay is not ordinary
clay. It works by absorption to bind with and trap toxins.
Medi-Clay FX’s™ extremely strong adsorptive
and absorptive properties make it ideal for use in deep cleansing of internal
waste products such as radioactive compounds, heavy metals, chemicals and
other toxic byproducts. The pH of Medi-Clay FX™ is 9.7 (highly alkaline), and
thus it acts as an alkalizing agent in the body. The body’s pH level plays a
critical role in its ability to help the body remain healthy and resist
attack. Tissues in the body that are poorly oxygenated, or devoid of oxygen,
are acidic and prone to immune compromise. In contrast, healthy tissues are
always alkaline; compromised tissues are always acid. Blood, lymph, and
cerebral spinal fluid in the human body are all designed to be alkaline when
in a healthy state. Since most health concerns begin to occur as the body’s pH
falls into the acid range, it is essential to alkalize the body (as indicated
by a first-morning urine pH between 6.4 to 7.0) and to keep it alkaline on a
regular, ongoing basis.
- premier, rare desert clay
(calcium bentonite - smectite form) with excellent, proven detoxifying
- This rare clay is believed
to be the only known bentonite sourced from the site of an ancient
underwater volcanic eruption that was flushed with fresh water for millions
- Excellent adsorptive and
absorptive properties make it ideal for deep cleansing of radiaoctive
compounds, heavy metals, and chemicals
- Highly alkaline pH to help
purify blood, lymph and cerebral spinal fluid in the human body
- Rejuvenates the system by
eliminating positively charged toxins, waste products and other noxious
Medi Clay FX Works: Adsorption vs. Absorption
Adsorption is the process by which charged particles of toxic substances
combine with the charged particles on the outer surface of the clay molecule.
When clay has been “ripened” (i.e. mixed with water, then left overnight to
fully hydrate its internal molecular structure), then the clay molecules’
highly charged ionic bonds are able to seek out and attach to oppositely
charged substances, such as toxins, waste byproducts, contaminants and other
toxic substances. When the clay molecule and toxin molecule meet, the ions
held on the outer surface of the clay molecule are exchanged with the ions
held on the outside surface of the molecule of the toxic substance, thus
neutralizing the toxic substance.
Clay molecules carry a negative electrical charge, while radiaoctive
particles, heavy metals, chemicals and other toxins have a positive charge.
When clay is taken into the body, positively charged toxins (anywhere in the
gastrointestinal tract) are attracted to the negatively charged surfaces of
the clay molecules. Then an exchange reaction occurs in which the clay
mineral ions are swapped for the ions of the toxic substances. The clay
molecules’ charges are now electrically satisfied, but the clay still holds
onto the entrapped toxins until the body is able to eliminate both.
In contrast to adsorption, absorption is a slower and more complex process.
Acting like a sponge, the clay molecule is able to draw other substances into
its internal structure (not just ionic bonding on its surface). Absorption
occurs when the foreign substance has first undergone a chemical change and
is then pulled into the clay’s molecular inner structure. The toxins that
were formerly only sticking to the surface of the clay’s outer structure
through ionic bonding are now pulled deep inside the clay molecule. As
substances are pulled into the clay’s inner structure, the clay’s molecules
All absorbent clays have charged ions on their inner layers. The charged ions
sit between the layers of the clay molecules surrounded by water molecules.
As foreign substances are absorbed by the clay, the clay expands and fills
the spaces between its molecules’ stacked layers. Absorbent clay absorbs
positively charged toxins, waste and other impurities to be cleared from the
body while leaving negatively charged nutrients to be used by the body – an
Medi-Clay FX™ helps cleanse the system by
eliminating positively charged toxins such as radiaoctive particles, heavy
metals, chemicals and other noxious substances, thus helping to build healthy
Each Vcap Contains: Calcium Bentonite Powder
Other Ingredients: In Veggie Capsule