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Bentonite Clay Depression Treatment
Clay appears to be incredibly helpful to a whole host of mental and physical illnesses, especially bipolar disorder, depression, and alcoholism, those that I am most familiar. Clay may also apply to the treatment of autism, schizophrenia, fibromyalgia, and any other illness that has hidden food allergies and intestinal dysbiosis as causative factors. My first miraculous experience with high dosage clay was in August 1999 when I poured eight ounces of Sonne’s liquid bentonite into a large glass, mixed it with a three heaping tablespoons of psyllium husk and some water, and drank it as fast as I could (to avoid the psyllium from turning into a gel).
Doing the above on an empty stomach (which I ensured by the use of HCl hours prior), as well as taking an unusually large dose of probiotics about four hours after I drank the bentonite mixture referred to above seems to have resolved intestinal dysbiosis within me in a matter of a day or so. And I had no die off reaction from taking a high dose of probiotics (Primal Defense powder) whatsoever, despite being high yeast prior to this. Since this first experience with high dosage bentonite, I have learned that 8 oz. is a bit too much for me, as it is a bit too constipating. I normally use between 4 oz and 6 oz of Sonne’s #7 detoxicant (mixed with psyllium and spring or distilled water) to purge my gut of a whole host of problematic issues, to include yeasts, molds, fungi, “bad bacteria”, allergic food residue, excess mucous, etc. I admit to all that 4 to 6 oz. of bentonite is way beyond the norm dosage-wise… but I have found that one or two tablespoons of bentonite is just not nearly enough for me.
I have taken high dosage bentonite this many dozens of times since 1999 in an attempt to validate and refine an anti-depressive treatment protocol that I have been working on ever since I stumbled on to bentonite. This treatment protocol uses glutamine, high dosage broad based amino acids, a wide range of other nutrients, and probiotics in roughly timed stages after the bentonite purge. Out of these measures, even if one foregoes the use of amino acids, etc., one should, if not MUST, initiate an aggressive probiotics regime within a matter of hours after high dosage bentonite, as it removes the good bacteria from your GI tract and colon as well as removing all of the bad stuff. My results with all of the above have been no less than amazing…
Within a matter of three or four days, by heavily eating foods that I know I am allergic to, and by aggravating dysbiosis issues with sugar, I can create a state of severe depression with suicidal ideation attached in myself at will. And within less than a single day by using high dosage bentonite, high dosage broad based amino acids, probiotics, etc. I can fully correct this state of severe depression and feel just fine.
I have made many attempts to connect with medical research and/or any other party that can help me move the above discoveries forward, thus far to no avail. No one wants to touch the correction of severe depression within a matter of a day or two by the use of bentonite, amino acids, etc. Regardless, I am almost certain as a result of doing the above that clay of some sort taken internally is going to be part of a standard treatment protocol someday. It is only a matter of time. Clay appears to be incredibly helpful to a whole host of mental and physical illnesses, especially bipolar disorder, depression, and alcoholism, those that I am most familiar. Clay may also apply to the treatment of autism, schizophrenia, fibromyalgia, and any other illness that has hidden food allergies and intestinal dysbiosis as causative factors.