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All About Cambrian Blue Clay

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ALL ABOUT CAMBRIAN BLUE CLAY

CAMBRIAN BLUE CLAY (FROM LENINGRAD REGION)

OUR CAMBRIAN BLUE CLAY
— is 100% natural, high quality product sourced from the clear plains of the Leningrad region (which lies within the ecoregion of Scandinavian and Russian taiga).
This clay contains all essential mineral salts, micro — and macroelements our body needs for health: silica, iron, potassium, phosphates, calcium, magnesium, nitrogen (Si, Al, K, Fe3+, Fe2+, Mg, Na, Ti, Ca, S, C, etc.) — in a form that our body can absorb easily.
*Ideal for baths, facial masks, healing compresses, body wraps, soap making, peeling.


*Our Cambrian Blue Clay is extracted from depths of more than 80 meters.
*Clay has been cleaned, processed to Fine Powder — and packed in high quality plastic bags with zipper lock.
*Package weight: 2,5 kg., or

5 lb.
*Expiration date: 60 months from production date
* Contraindications: hypersensitivity or idiosyncrasy to the clay
*Not for internal use
*MADE IN RUSSIA


*1 Package of clay powder (2,5 kg.) =

100+ facial masks,

or 20+ baths,

or from 2 to 10 compresses or applications

BENEFITS :

Regular use of Cambrian blue clay:

    Increases blood circulation and lymph drainage.

Provides supply of essential minerals, vitamins, organic acids and anti-oxidants through the skin due to its well-known ability to absorb substances.

Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties improve skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis.

Improves the skin appearance and texture, smooth out wrinkles, treats acne and pimples, removes freckles.

Eliminates the dead cells of the outer skin layer, and reduce the appearance of blood vessels.

Stimulates the growth of skin cells and collagen.

Stops gums bleeding (when a paste of clay and water is rubbed into them. You can also whiten teeth with the same mixture).

Promotes removal of oils and impurities from the skin, clearing out pores.

Draws impurities out of the body (detoxifying effect).

Boosts the immune system. Speeds up body metabolism.

Boosts hair growth (if hair is rinsed with clay water).

Increases removal of toxic waste and reduction in the cellulite appearance.

Removes excessive water from the body reducing puffiness.

Increases energy. Reduces fatigue.

Promotes weight loss due to the effects listed above.

  • Relaxes the body and mind and increase the sense of well-being.
    . other benefits:
  • Acts as a powerful antiseptic and antibiotic, balances the human bio-field, is safe to use for everybody, and does not cause allergic reactions.

    Used in a general bath or a foot bath, cambrian blue clay acts as a very effective detoxifying remedy (*For best results, internal Cambrian clay use is recommended at the same time).

    Ulcers and infected wounds benefit most from cambrian clay applications.
    (Cambrian blue clay is the greatest natural healer available to us)

    Used in an enema/colonic irrigation procedures, Cambrian blue clay is simply the best colon cleanser available to us.

    Used as a vaginal douche, it can help with many problems including candida and minor infections.

    Used over hemorrhoids, cambrian clay helps heal them quickly.

    Cambrian clay compresses are a First Aid remedy against bruises, sprains, strains (cold clay compresses will relieve the pain and internal bleeding and facilitate healing).

    Used over burns /sunburn, cold Cambrian clay compresses are the fastest healing and pain relieving remedy which helps regeneration of tissue and prevents formation of scars.

  • Carrot, beet, summer radish and potato don’t rot during winter, if they are placed into a jar with Cambrian blue clay for a few minutes.
  • The curative spectrum of Cambrian blue clay
    . is much wider in folk medicine
    :
    cancer, leukemia, adenoids, polyps, goiter, lymph nodes inflammation, anemia, headache, atherosclerosis, paralyses, nerve disorders, epilepsy, brain disturbances, eye inflammations, women’s diseases (mastitis, mastopathy, prolapsus of the uterus, fibromyoma, cysts, irregular periods, virginities, different discharges), men’s impotence and testicles indurations, diabetes, digestion disorders (gastritis, constipation, intestinal colic, piles), inflammation of the liver, jaundice, nephritis, urinary bladder diseases, heart disorders, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, T.B., cough, blood spitting, rhinitis, sore throat, skin diseases (eczema, psoriasis, erysipelas, warts), alopecia, arthritis, rheumatics, spurs, injuries, varicose veins, bones and joints diseases, ulcers and so on.

    APPLICATIONS :

    For external applications Cambrian blue clay can be used in facial masks, baths, compresses, poultices, body wraps, powder applications to weeping ulcers, nappy rash, weeping eczema, fungal infections.
    It can also be used as an ingredient for other cosmetic products — in spas, resorts, naturopathy clinics and at home.
    In the cosmetics industry blue clay is used in soaps, toothpastes, face / body packs (…and other clay-based products which are beginning to win the consumer over).


    Facial mask with Cambrian blue clay

    Basic facial mask recipe:
    Mix 3 — 4 tsp of blue clay with clean water to form a smooth, spreadable paste (using approximately 40% — 50% water).
    Spread evenly over the face and leave to dry (for

    20 minutes).
    Remove / wash off with warm water.
    Use your moisturizer to nourish the skin afterwards.
    Clay masks can have other ingredients added, depending on the skin type and purpose of the mask.
    Since Cambrian blue clay is a great detoxifier, they leave the skin cleansed, pink, fresh and revitalized, generally looking younger.


    Bath with Cambrian blue clay

    Fill the bathtub 1/3 deep with worm water (t 37-38°C), take from 100 g. to

    1 lb (500g.) of cambrian blue clay and mix it in bath water.
    Let the Cambrian clay hydrate for 5 -10 minutes.
    Then, fill your bathtub with just enough water to fully submerge the body.
    Stir the water before getting into the bath (*You can add 250g of magnesium chloride flake for a better detoxifying and healing effect).
    Start by staying in the bath for 10-15 minutes.
    Increase gradually up to 30-40 minutes within 7-10 days.


    Compress with Cambrian blue clay
    In order to make a compress, mix some cambrian blue clay with clean water to make it quite runny.
    Spread over a piece of cloth (0,5 — 2cm thick).
    Apply on an affected area.
    Cover with a compress paper, wrap up in a warm cloth. Leave on until the clay dries out (

    40min. – 1 hour).
    Apply on aching joints, muscles, in the area of organs affected by an illness.


    Poultice with Cambrian blue clay
    A poultice has a much more powerful effect than a compress, since it requires a lot more clay per application (1 — 3cm thick), and it works as a mass, drawing up toxic waste into itself.
    The electromagnetic charge is stronger too. So, the overall effect is more powerful.
    It is especially good for applications on an affected area, or simply where a stronger action is required.
    Apply a warm poultice over the area, cover with grease-proof paper and a warm cloth.
    If an area is hot and inflamed, a cold poultice application is recommended to relieve the heat and reduce the inflammation.

    Body wrap with Cambrian blue clay
    Body wrap — is a luxurious and thoroughly therapeutic treatment, especially with powdered seaweed added to it.
    Mix the cambrian blue clay with seaweed powder (50/50), add water to form a spreadable mass.
    To do it at home, prepare a place to lie on first, and a warm room.
    Lay down 1 or 2 warm blankets, with a plastic sheet on top.
    Cover yourself with the mixture of clay and water, or clay, seaweed and water, lie down on the plastic sheet, cover yourself with the remaining half of the blanket.
    Make sure you remain warm throughout.
    Stay under the blanket for 30 — 45 minutes.
    Wash off in a shower or a bath.
    For a salon application, follow the normal procedure for a body wrap.


    Acne Treatment with Cambrian blue clay
    Mix Cambrian blue clay (

    3 table spoons) with clean warm water and fine sea salt (

    1 table spoon) to make a facial pack.
    Apply daily onto affected area.
    It can be also used for warts, athlete’s foot, yeast fungus, ringworm, sunburns, scalp, pimples, cuts, boils, cold sores and shingles.


    Therapeutic pain and inflammation reducing application
    with Cambrian blue clay
    Mix enough Cambrian blue clay with clean water and warm it up on a water bath.
    For applications and compresses use Blue Clay mixture at 42 — 45 °C, layer thickness 1 — 1,5 cm. Duration of procedure: 30 — 90 min.
    Procedures should be carried out for 1 — 2 days, with a break on the third day.
    These applications can be useful for the treatment of psoriasis, arthritis, eczema, ulcers, inflammations, aches and pains.

    Pain relief compress with Cambrian blue clay
    Mix Cambrian blue clay with clean warm water to form a semi-liquid paste, spread over a clean cloth and apply to an affected area (normally an area of localized problem, e.g. arthritis, strain, sprain, back problem, etc.).
    Cover the area with warm cloth and cling film.
    Leave on for 2 hours or longer, even overnight.


    Body powder

    Use dry cambrian blue clay powder on weeping eczema, ulcers, Athlete’s foot, any sores and wounds which need disinfection and healing.

    Tooth Powder with Cambrian blue clay / Mouth infections
    Cambrian blue clay is a great for gums, preventing formation of plaque and treating mouth ulcers.
    If an inflammation of the gums or a mouth ulcer occurs, take some clay into your mouth and keep it there for a while (10 — 15 minutes).
    Do not swallow — rinse the mouth with warm water.
    Repeat the procedure frequently, until the inflammation goes away.


    * Please Note :
    Cambrian Blue Clay should be discharged straight after treatment and must not be re-used!

    P.S.

    The truth is, not a single product, natural or otherwise is capable of healing the human body…
    In order to stay healthy, first of all — we have to nourish our body with a complete spectrum of the kinds of foods that it will recognize as a “Real food”. Real food — is that which is compatible with the organic nature of the body’s original construction.
    The human body is a natural organism — it was created from the «dust (or clay) of the earth»
    . Therefore, the perfect food for the body will also be of earthen origin — unaltered. Earthen resources that qualify as real food include such things as: clay, water, algae, seaweeds, herbs, fruits, nuts, seeds, and vegetables… Anything less than whole would not be a «real food». This includes «natural» vitamin and mineral supplements assembled by a laboratory rather than by Nature.

    Second of all, it is our job — to provide the body with an abundance of “Real food”, and let the body to construct its own medicine. It is also our job not to toxify the body with foods that are not real, or not compatible with the body — and to detoxify all that is foreign and poisonous. In this manner, the body will have the greatest freedom to select from the vast array of resources that we provide, in order to simply clean *the house* and build life-giving strength. And, this entire process is performed, not by our manipulation of chemical reactions, but through our support of the body’s own inherent wisdom.

    * For foreign Customers & Investors:

    We are about to bring our Cambrian blue clay to North America.
    We are open for cooperation.
    If you have any questions, or need any additional information — please wright, or call us (We speak English).

    ABOUT SAINT-PETERSBURG
    Very Good Song, and Slideshow
    («Small North’s Paradise»)

    *Much more about «unknown» Saint-Petersburg, . but in russian language (so far)
    http://bluecambrianclay.ru/v-chyom-isklyuchitelnaya-osobennost

    * SOME INTERESTING INFO *

    «Study suggests life sprang from clay»
    «Clay’s matchmaking could have sparked life»
    -. and for sure that was cambrian blue clay.

    Inherit, mutate, evolve

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    Disclaimer
    All information on this website is for informative purposes only.
    With all respect for everyone’s right to choose methods of treatment and remedies, you are strongly advised not to resort to self-diagnosis or self-treatment.
    Do consult a doctor if you have an undiagnosed condition.
    If you are on a life-saving medication, please consult your doctor before using clays or any other alternatives.

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    аппликацию, компресс. — САМИ,
    зарядите своими Позитивными Мыслями и Энергией,
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    у «ЗЕМЛИ МАТУШКИ»»

    Источник:
    All About Cambrian Blue Clay
    ALL ABOUT CAMBRIAN BLUE CLAY: Cambrian Blue Clay – can be used in facial masks, baths, compresses, poultices, body wraps, powder applications to weeping ulcers, nappy rash, weeping eczema, fungal infections…
    http://bluecambrianclay.ru/all-about-blue-cambrian-clay-short-english-version

    Blue clay

    August 24th, 2018

    The blue clay contains bacteria-killing iron and aluminum (Credit: Arizona State University )

    For centuries, various cultures have used clay as a remedy for infections. Now, scientists from Arizona State University (ASU) and the Mayo Clinic have determined that blue clay in particular may indeed be effective at treating infected wounds.

    The study builds on previous ASU research, which indicated that the chemically-reduced iron and aluminum in blue clay from Oregon was capable of killing free-floating bacteria. In the new study, a solution containing the clay was also shown to be effective when used on biofilms made up of harmful bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus.

    Basically self-supporting colonies of bacteria, such biofilms are present in about two thirds of infected wounds seen by physicians. Because they take the form of a coating that protects the microbes within, they’re often resistant to antibiotics.

    «We showed that this reduced iron-bearing clay can kill some strains of bacteria under the laboratory conditions used, including bacteria grown as biofilms, which can be particularly challenging to treat,» says the Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Robin Patel, senior author of the study.

    Источник:
    Blue clay
    ?For centuries, various cultures have used clay as a remedy for infections. Now, scientists from Arizona State University (ASU) and the Mayo Clinic have determined that blue clay in particular may indeed be effective at treating infected wounds.
    http://newatlas.com/blue-clay-treats-infections/56038/

    Blue clay

    The Gault Formation is a geological formation of stiff blue clay deposited in a calm, fairly deep-water marine environment during the Lower Cretaceous Period (Upper and Middle Albian). It is well exposed in the coastal cliffs at Copt Point in Folkestone, Kent, England, where it overlays the Lower Greensand formation, and underlies the Upper Greensand Formation. [1] These represent different facies, with the sandier parts probably being deposited close to the shore and the clay in quieter water further from the source of sediment; both are believed to be shallow-water deposits. [2]

    The etymology of the name is uncertain and probably of local origin. [3]

    It is found in exposure on the south side of the North Downs and the north side of the South Downs. It is also to be found beneath the scarp of the Berkshire Downs, in the Vale of White Horse, in Oxfordshire, England, and on the Isle of Wight where it is known as Blue Slipper. [4] Gault underlies the chalk beneath the London Basin, generally overlying eroded rocks of Jurassic and Devonian age; lower gault is present only below the outer parts of the basin and is absent under central London. The Gault Formation represents a marine transgression following erosion of the Lower Greensand. It is subdivided into two sections, the Upper Gault and the Lower Gault. The Upper Gault onlaps onto the Lower Gault. The Gault Formation thins across the London Platform and then terminates against the Red Chalk just to the south of The Wash.

    The Gault exposure at Copt Point, which is the type locality for the formation, is 40 m in thickness.

    The clay has been used in several locations for making bricks, notably near Dunton Green and Wye in Kent.

    Gault often contains numerous phosphatic nodules, some thought to be coprolites, and may also contain sand as well as small grains of the mineral glauconite. Crystals of the mineral selenite are fairly common in places, as are nodules of pyrite.

    Gault yields abundant marine fossils, including ammonites (such as Hoplites, Hamites, Euhoplites, Anahoplites, and Dimorphoplites), belemnites (such as Neohibolites), bivalves (such as Birostrina and Pectinucula), gastropods (such as Anchura), solitary corals, fish remains (including shark teeth), scattered crinoid remains, and crustaceans (such as the crab Notopocorystes). Occasional fragments of fossil wood may also be found.

    Источник:
    Blue clay
    The Gault Formation is a geological formation of stiff blue clay deposited in a calm, fairly deep-water marine environment during the Lower Cretaceous Period (Upper and Middle Albian). It is well
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gault

    Blue Clay Country Spa

    The Blue Clay Country Spa competition pursues provocation of a decisive contemporary issue. The rise of sweeping urban migrations of the last quarter century coincides with a disciplinary preoccupation of architecture and the city, manifested in theory and praxis. This has all but left the vast expanse of any non-urban territory virtually uncertain. The competition invites students and professionals to contemplate the economic, cultural, and architectural implications of inhabiting the non-urban, through an ecotourist facility in Latvia.

    Viable submissions interrogate the inherent tensions between subject and object, building and site, leveraging established programmatic and site constraints. Particularly successful projects engage the agency of typological form — including for instance, the courtyard, shed, garden and pavilion. This is particularly significant in a landscape unadulterated by buildings. Selected entries establish social collectivity through circulation and parti, while prescribing distinct individual and programmatic experience through space, material, and form.

    Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Enter Architecture Competitions

    Blue Clay Country Spa competition winners revealed!

    ARCHITECTURE COMPETITIONS
    AND AWARDS

    Источник:
    Blue Clay Country Spa
    The Blue Clay Country Spa competition pursues provocation of a decisive contemporary issue. The rise of sweeping urban migrations of the last quarter century coincides with a disciplinary
    http://blueclaycountryspa.beebreeders.com/

    National Science Foundation — Where Discoveries Begin

    National Science Foundation — Where Discoveries Begin

    Concept of using mud as medicine goes back to earliest times

    Researchers unearth a natural clay deposit with antibacterial activity.

    August 21, 2018

    The use of mud or wet clay as a topical skin treatment, or poultice, is a common practice in many cultures. In fact, the concept of using mud as medicine goes back to the earliest times.

    Now, Arizona State University (ASU) and Mayo Clinic researchers have found that one type of clay, Oregon blue clay, may help fight disease-causing bacteria in wounds, including treatment-resistant bacteria. Their findings appear in the International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents.

    «The study is an important advance in understanding how clays, specifically blue clay from Oregon, have shown medicinal properties by attaching to pathogenic bacteria,» says Enriqueta Barrera, a program director in the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Division of Earth Sciences, which funded the research.

    The scientists identified certain clays that kill bacteria, including many drug-resistant pathogens.

    «Working with Mayo Clinic, we showed that these clays also diminish populations of bacterial biofilms, as well as bacteria common in wounds that are more resistant to drugs,» says biogeochemist Lynda Williams of ASU, a co-author of the study. «The results support our efforts to design new antibacterial drugs using natural clays.»

    Biofilms occur when bacteria attach to surfaces and develop a film or protective coating, making them relatively resistant to antibiotics. The biofilms appear in two-thirds of the infections seen by health care providers.

    «We showed, however, that this reduced iron-bearing clay can kill some strains of bacteria under the laboratory conditions used, including bacteria grown as biofilms, which can be particularly challenging to treat,» says Robin Patel, an infectious disease physician and clinical microbiologist at the Mayo Clinic, and lead author of the study.

    In laboratory tests, the researchers found that the clay has antibacterial effects against bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus, including strains such as carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

    The clay suspension was effective against several bacteria in their biofilm states.

    The research is preliminary, and the scientists caution that only one concentration of the clay suspension was tested. They also say that not all types of clay are beneficial.

    The lab tests are a step in simulating the complex environment of an infected wound. More research is needed to identify and reproduce the properties of clays that are antibacterial, with the goal of synthesizing a consistent compound of the clay minerals under quality control.

    Others on the research team include Katherine Caflisch, Suzannah Schmidt-Malan, Jay Mandrekar, Melissa Karau and Jonathan Nicklas, all with the Mayo Clinic.

    — Cheryl Dybas, NSF (703) 292-7734 cdybas@nsf.gov

    Blue clay in an open pit mine near Crater Lake, Oregon.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Blue and white clay zones in the Oregon deposit, separated by a vein of rock containing sulfur.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Nodule of Oregon blue clay, coated with red clay and sulfur crystals encased in white clay.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Scientist Lynda Williams imaging clay interactions with bacteria under a microscope.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Infectious disease physician Robin Patel looks at blue clay results in her lab at the Mayo Clinic.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Investigators
    Lynda Williams

    Related Institutions/Organizations
    Arizona State University

    Total Grants
    $240,784

    Related Websites
    Scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria: https://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=137239
    New answer to MRSA, other ‘superbug’ infections: clay minerals?: https://nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=132052&org=NSF

    Blue clay in an open pit mine near Crater Lake, Oregon.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Blue and white clay zones in the Oregon deposit, separated by a vein of rock containing sulfur.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Nodule of Oregon blue clay, coated with red clay and sulfur crystals encased in white clay.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Scientist Lynda Williams imaging clay interactions with bacteria under a microscope.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Infectious disease physician Robin Patel looks at blue clay results in her lab at the Mayo Clinic.
    Credit and Larger Version

    Источник:
    National Science Foundation — Where Discoveries Begin
    NSF’s mission is to advance the progress of science, a mission accomplished by funding proposals for research and education made by scientists, engineers, and educators from across the country.
    http://www.nsf.gov/discoveries/disc_summ.jsp?cntn_id=296313&org=

    Scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria

    Scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria

    Since prehistoric times, humans have used clays for medicinal purposes.

    Whether through ingestion, mud baths, or as a way to stop bleeding from wounds, clay has long helped keep humans healthy. Scientists have found that certain clays possess germ-killing abilities, but how these work has remained unclear.

    A new discovery by Arizona State University (ASU) scientists shows that two specific metallic elements in the right kinds of clay can kill disease-causing bacteria that infect humans and animals.

    «The novelty of this research is two-fold: identifying the natural environment of the formation of clays toxic to bacteria, and how the chemistry of these clays attacks and destroys the bacteria,» says Enriqueta Barrera, a program director in the National Science Foundation (NSF) Division of Earth Sciences, which funded the research. «This geochemical mechanism can be used to develop products that act on bacteria resistant to antibiotic treatment.»

    An antibacterial Trojan horse

    «We think of this mechanism like the Trojan horse attack in ancient Greece,» says Lynda Williams, a clay-mineral scientist at ASU. «Two elements in the clay work in tandem to kill bacteria.»

    She explains that «one metallic element—chemically reduced iron, which in small amounts is required by a bacterial cell for nutrition—tricks the cell into opening its wall. Then another element, aluminum, props the cell wall open, allowing a flood of iron to enter the cell. This overabundance of iron then poisons the cell, killing it as the reduced iron becomes oxidized.»

    Adds scientist Keith Morrison of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, «It’s like putting a nail in the coffin of the dead bacteria.»

    Morrison is the lead author of a paper reporting the discovery, published today in the journal Nature Scientific Reports. Williams and Rajeev Misra, a microbiologist at ASU, are co-authors.

    From French green clay to Oregon blue clay

    A chance discovery of a medicinal clay from Europe caught Williams’ attention and put her on track for the recent discovery. Line Brunet de Courssou, a philanthropist with clinical medicine experience in Africa, passed along information about a particular green-hued clay found near her childhood home in France.

    Brunet de Courssou had taken samples of the clay to Africa, where she documented its ability to cure Buruli ulcer, a flesh-eating skin disease, for patients in Ivory Coast.

    Williams attempted to locate the site of the green clay deposit in the French Massif Central region. When the search proved unsuccessful, she began systematically testing clays sold online as «healing clays.»

    After analyzing dozens of samples, Williams and her team identified a blue-colored clay from the Oregon Cascades that proved to be highly antibacterial.

    The research shows that it works against a broad spectrum of human pathogens, including antibiotic-resistant strains such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

    The colors of the clays reflect their origins, Williams says.

    Greens and blues are antibacterial clues

    The greens and blues of antibacterial clays come from having a high content of chemically reduced iron, as opposed to oxidized iron, which provides the familiar rust color associated with many clays.

    Such «reduced» clays are common in many parts of the world, typically forming in volcanic ash layers as rocks become altered by water that is oxygen-deprived and hydrogen-rich.

    Because blue and green clays abound in nature, Williams says, the discovery of how their antibacterial action works should lead to alternative ways of treating persistent infections and diseases that are difficult to treat with antibiotics.

    «Finding out how natural clays kill human pathogens,» she says, «may lead to new economic uses of such clays and to new drug designs.»

    Provided by: National Science Foundation

    Источник:
    Scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria
    Scientists discover how blue and green clays kill bacteria Since prehistoric times, humans have used clays for medicinal purposes. Whether through ingestion, mud baths, or as a way to
    http://m.phys.org/news/2016-01-scientists-blue-green-clays-bacteria.html

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