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Remember: In all chronic & serious conditions, check with your doctor or professional. Always go slow at first & gradually increase the amount of clay in the bath over time.

GUIDELINES
FOR LL’s DETOX CLAY BATHS

Follow the guidelines for the category that defines your personal health situation. 

It is recommended that you begin your bath series with the least amount of clay formula in each category and gradually build up to the maximum amount.

CHRONIC CONDITIONS | ENVIRONMENTAL SENSITIVITY | ALL MERCURY TOXICITY

Use1/4 to 1/2 cups of clay (or do foot baths*)
Space your baths from 1 to 3 weeks apart
Carefully replenish your minerals/electrolytes
Keep your water temperature between 100-102°
Stay in the tub from 5 to 15 minutes depending on condition and toxic load.

*Ask about our mini doses

MINOR AILMENTS | PAIN, FATIGUE, HEADACHES | “NOT FEELING UP TO PAR”

Use 1/2 to 2 cups in the tub
Space your baths from 1 to 2 weeks apart
Carefully replenish your minerals/electrolytes
Keep your water temperature between 102-104°
Stay in the tub for 12 to 18 minutes

HEALTH MAINTENANCE AND PREVENTION | AVERAGE HEALTH, ACTIVE LIFE

Use 1 to 4 cups of clay in the tub depending on health stamina.
Take baths once every 5 to ten days to
Replenish minerals/electrolytes
Water temperature 102-104°
Tub time-up to a full 20 minutes.

CONTRAINDICATIONS AND CAUTIONS

The contraindications for clay baths are a heart condition, high blood pressure, taking prescription medicine and pregnancy. Always consult with your doctor if you are on medication, have a chronic condition or have a special health concern.

Also, if you are elderly, or extremely toxic, weak or ill, you may wish to use less clay or stay in the bath for a shorter amount of time. Perhaps a clay footbath instead of a full body bath would be appropriate for you (See Footbath Instructions).

These special clay baths may remove toxins along with some minerals/vitamins and electrolytes. Do not take a clay bath after a heavy meal. Also, the clay may be slippery—please take precautions.

CLAY TUB BATH PROCEDURES

1…

Check
Contents of Box

Approximately 8 Cups of Clay, Screen/Lid, pH strips, Herb/Spice packet, and Instructions

Pre-test for pH

Take a pH strip, put it in your mouth, and check its color against the chart.

If your pH is 6.0 (7.0 to 7.4 is even better), you can take a full tub bath. If your pH is below 6, a footbath is suggested.

See more information on pH included.

2…

Combine Dry Ingredients

Open the large container of clay.  Cut the Herb/Spice Packet open with scissors, and pour ALL the contents into the container.

3…

Dry Mixing

Wear a mask to avoid breathing any clay dust.

Thoroughly mix together ALL of the herbs/spices & ALL of the clay with a wire whisk , OR you may re-close the lid and shake until mixed.

4…

Measuring

Measure out an amount of clay/herb mix for one bath (see Guidelines for correct amount) and set aside. Close the container to store for your next bath.

5…

Prepare Tub

Unscrew and remove stopper (A).
Be sure tub is dry so that tape will stick.

Place the drain guard (B) into drain hole, and secure with 2 strips of duct tape.  Place flat stopper (E) over the drain guard, secured with another strip of tape. Use duct tape to cover the over-flow drain (C & D). A Screen and lid has been provided in each kit.

6…

Wet Mixing

Start filling the prepared, taped tub with warm (not hot) water (102° to 104° F). Fill the tub with enough water to cover you.

To dissolve the clay smoothly, here are 2 methods.  Blender mixing:  Fill blender ¾-full with warm water. Using your measured clay mixture from the cup, take 3 TBS at a time and pour it into the blender (too much at a time may clog your blender). Put on the lid and blend about 10 seconds. Pour out into bath water. Repeat 3 or 4 times until the cup of clay is gone.  Whisk mixing: Fill a bowl or pail with warm water. Slowly add clay while stirring with whisk. Mix until the lumps are smooth, and then, pour the mix into the tub). 

7…

Ears & Timer

  Put cotton or earplugs in your ears if you plan to immerse your head.  Keep clay water out of eyes and nose.

  Set timer to the appropriate time (see guidelines).

8…

Into the Bath

 

CAREFULLY, step into the tub (clay may be slippery).

Some normal symptoms from toxin elimination are nausea, light-headedness, headaches, a pulling sensation from parts of the body such as the stomach, and fatigue. 

If these occur during the bath, stop and get out of the tub. Use less clay and take less time for your next bath. The occurrence of the above symptoms means that the toxins are moving too fast.  Go more slowly.

9…

Small Tubs

Submerge as much of your body as possible.

if your tub is small and you cannot totally immerse yourself up to your neck, then lie on one side for half the time, then on the other side for the rest of the time.

Or put your knees up and get your whole torso under the water for part of the time.

10…

Shower & Shampoo

After the allotted time, carefully raise your body out of the clay water taking care not to slip, take a tepid shower and shampoo if you have a separate shower.  If you do not have a separate stall shower, see #11.

11…

Clean Tub

Take an old towel, dry off as best you can, and wrap a towel around your head. Clay can be drained directly - passing through the drain screen provided in the kit to ensure no lumps of clay will clog pipes.

Shower and shampoo in tub after it is clean.

12…

Rest, Keep Warm, Drink Teas, Moisturize

Moisturizing your skin after the bath helps
to relieve any resultant dryness.

Dress warmly until your pores close. 

DRINK PLENTY of WATER, and REST.

To help boost your energy and digestion, drink tea several times a day.

Ginger and peppermint tea are known to give energy, improve strength and helps digestion.

HOW MANY BATHS DO I NEED?

Please check the Guidelines above. After 4 to 12 baths you will probably feel a sense of relief and well-being. But detoxification is a gradual process and you might very well benefit from a longer series of baths. Foot baths may be taken between the full tub baths, as long their are no symptoms.

REPLENISHING MINERALS

Some minerals, vitamins, and electrolytes are also removed in the bath and need to be replaced immediately.  We strongly recommend a balanced "green energy" product such as spirulina, blue-green algae, chlorella, or similar product as they have the majority of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and high protein content in these products along with the ability to continue cleansing-detoxifying and building up your immune system.  The herb "Cats Claw" has been known to be good for the immune system and to remove toxic metals and chemicals.  "We like CELLFOOD", which are drops that are highly assimilated (added to water or juice) and contain many nutrients. See our Supplemental Section.

CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS

Be sure to use a “drain guard” or “hair trap” for all of the baths. For regular sewer systems, the guard provided will allow the clay to sift through at a rate and consistency that should not cause clogging.

For septic systems: If using only 1 or 2 cups of the clay formula, the use of the drain guard is sufficient. If more than 2 cups are used, you can use a container to transfer the majority of the water from the tub to the toilet. Once a sufficient amount has been removed, the clay can be scooped up for disposal.

Interested in seeing how the clay changes as a result of your bath?

Prior to your bath, put a little of the clean wet clay mixture in a small plastic bag or on a spoon. After the bath, if using more than 2 ½ cups of clay, use a container to take water from the tub and dump it into the toilet. When there is only a small amount left in the tub, allow it to go down the drain, making certain the drain guard is securely in place. Then take a flat knife and scrape some of the residue from the bottom of the tub and put it in another small plastic bag or on a spoon. Compare the difference of the two samples. If there is still a lot of clay residue on the floor of the tub, you may use old newspapers or an auto sponge to wipe it up. Clean the tub with an environmentally safe cleanser. Be sure to flush the tub drain for a good 3 to 5 minutes with hot running water to ensure clear drainage. You’re finished!

DOES THE CLAY HAVE OTHER USES?

Bentonite clay is used in area packs.  Mixed with water, it can help draw out infection, reduce the swelling of insect bites, promote the healing of wounds, and reduce pain. 

This type of clay has great healing capacity by its magnetic "drawing power" for removing toxins.  Our special type of clay formulas with specific herbal and spice enhancers create a very unique, quick, inexpensive, and natural detoxification program. 

WE OFFER A VARIETY OF CLAY BATH KITS:


Radiation Detox, found in so many areas of daily living including x-rays, cell phones, micro-wave ovens, computers, and atmospheric radiation to name a few sources.  This bath is great to assist in removing all forms of radiation including nuclear radiation.

Formaldehyde Detox is a silent gaseous killer and is more prevalent than ever before from smoke in tobacco, new carpet glues, pressboard, etc.  A very special formula to relieve formaldehyde poisoning.

Mercury II is a new formula to assist in mercury located all over the body while Dental/Mercury I focuses on mercury from dental amalgams. Mercury II is great to alternate wtih Dental/Mercury I.

LL's Natural comes without any herbs & spices for the "super-sensitive" persons.

Environmental Detox: for pollutants, insecticides, pesticides, vaccination poisons, industrial pollution

Smoker’s/Drug Detox: for assistance in removing chemicals from drugs, tobacco, smoke (also used to help remove cadmium)

Dental/Mercury I Detox: for assistance in clearing the poison of dental/mercury amalgams

Arsenic Detox: Arsenic is found in pesticides, industrial pollution, water supplies, etc.

Aluminum Detox: Found in aluminum cans, cookware, aluminum foil, antacids, automotive exhaust, American cheese, milk products, table salt, toothpaste, deodorants and many other sources

Tox-Away Detox: This kit is a general detox bath to help remove metals. Has an herb in the formula known to help detoxify the liver.

Clear-Out Detox: One of our newer formula and the spices and herbs in this are known for various situations that are present with metal and chemical poisons, such as digestive problems, parasites in the body, depression, etc. This bath also addresses the following metals: lead (lead poisoning), arsenic, mercury and aluminum poisoning. A great bath for a general detoxification.

Copper& Lead:

Copper is viewed in two ways. The first is a detrimental heavy metal accumulated in the system by drinking water from sources with copper plumbing. The second is that a lack of copper causes a form of anemia. Many doctors in the alternative field feel it is an important mineral. According to one doctor, copper levels are restored through the addition of chlorophyll.

Lead may enter the body through ingestion, inhalation, or skin eruptions. Adults normally absorb 5-10% of ingested lead. Children can absorb up to 50%. Biochemically, lead appears to be an enzyme poison. Saturnine gout has been connected with lead at levels as little as 1 ppm.

We use the same special clay in LL's Magnetic Line of Products.  Our unique Bentonite clay is also excellent for burns. Keep a jar, ready-made, in your refrigerator! 

Thank you for your support in purchasing our products. We are always interested in hearing about your results.  Remember, all clays are not alike! 

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