Clay therapy (or mud packing) is an external detoxification therapy that uses highly absorbent clays to draw toxins out from the body through the skin. It is a fast method of detoxification while also reducing stress on the detoxification organs.
The clay is mixed with specific herbal fluids that potentiate the drawing action of the clay. Clay is applied to specific areas of the body (as determined by the practitioner and may include scars, surgery sites, injury sites, areas of pain etc) and left on for up to 10 minutes then washed off.
Interference Fields - the deeper concept behind clay packing
If the body has received trauma to an area (such as from injury, broken bone, surgery, tattoos, piercings etc) it is likely to have developed an “interference field” disrupting bio-electromagnetic flow (energy flow) through the body.
Even though the trauma may be very old and no longer painful, it can still act like a powerful short-circuit to the body’s natural bio-electromagnetic flow. Interference fields are extremely common and are frequently the root cause of many ongoing health problems.
"Scientists have proven that there is a measurable voltage build-up against a scar, with the scar in effect acting like an electrical “short” in the body’s bio-energy field. Through biopsies, they found that the immediate area adjacent to a scar had often become highly toxic – with a greater than normal deposition of accumulated infectious material and metabolic toxins (but unseen to the human eye)." (Premier Research Laboratories)
Interference fields commonly exist when people have tried many treatments and therapies but still present with ongoing health problems. Digestive complaints, sinus problems, pain and fatigue are just a few examples of where interference fields may be contributing to poor health.
Benefits of Clay Therapy may include:
Here are several examples of what may be found with interference fields affecting seemingly unrelated organs.
The possibility that a broken arm or a vaccination site from a childhood vaccine can produce health problems for an older adult is very real and with QRA can be very clearly tested for.
It is even possible for one trauma site to "reflex" to other points on the body thereby weakening the organ or system in that area. This is what we refer to as the "Splat Effect"