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Posted by on Feb 5, 2016 in Natural Health | 0 comments

Benefits of Healing Clay to Animals

Pets can also get the health benefits that bentonite healing clay offers. It has been used in various cultures and is widely known for its therapeutic effects, mainly in detoxifying and cleansing the body of harmful natural and synthetic toxins and strengthening the immune system against sickness. This is the main reason why many animal owners prefer to include healing clays in their animals’ food and water because they instinctively know it is the healthier option.

In order to get the best from bentonite healing clay, it is important to know that there are different types of bentonite clays, and the uses can also differ depending on the prevalent mineral in it. Consulting with a veterinarian is important to ensure that the bentonite clay you choose to use will be the one that your pets need. According to the website of Earth’s Natural Clay, there are generally two ways that you can use healing clays on your pets; externally, such as topical poultice for wounds and cuts, or as bath clays for general external detoxification and internally, where the healing clay is mixed with the food or water or give them the solution directly through a needle-less syringe.

When considering using calcium bentonite clay for pets, make sure that you are not using any metallic things while preparing it because the metal can neutralize the negative ions and make the clay lose its effectiveness. Also, make sure that there is plenty of water for your animals to drink when you are giving them bentonite healing clay to avoid dehydration. LiveStrong.com advises to start slowly, as internal use of bentonite can cause some intestinal discomfort. You can minimize or avoid this side effect by drinking plenty of water and other fluids until the bentonite in the system passes. Avoid giving bentonite clay orally to your pets if they are already suffering from high-fat diets, impaction or constipation, and if they are already taking medication. Although bentonite clay can serve as a great supplement to your pets everyday diet, if they are taking medication for a certain disease or sickness, then refrain from giving them the healing clay to avoid affecting the efficacy of the medications or treatments.

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