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Tips for clay bath care the most health benefit for your body.

A claybath is a therapeutic treatment used to reduce toxins within the body. During one of these treatments, the body is submerged in clay mixed with water. The clay works by stimulating the lymphatic system and by thoroughly cleansing the skin. It acts as a systematic catalyst, interacting with the bodys immune system. A claybath can help to relieve any digestive burdens relating to the major organs within the body.

How To Take A Clay Bath

At cidpusa.org we have simplified the taking of clay baths. We provide Mulatani mati (clay from Pakistan) you can purchase from e-bay.

We recommend that you apply this clay on your body, just rub it like a bar of soap.

Once its has dried in four to five minutes you take a shower and remove this.

You can take Multani mati clay baths daily.

These are the easiest of baths to take and this clay has been used by Indian movie stars for ages.

Multani clay also provides a natural sunscreen and protects the skin.

A clay bath should only be taken for 15 minutes, especially for the first treatment. Leaving the clay on for more than 15 minutes is not advised because the skin needs to be able to breathe. Staying in the bath any longer can cause uncomfortable symptoms such as sweating or nausea. The temperature of the water should be no higher than 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37 Celsius). Water temperature can be eventually increased for a more effective clay bath treatment but it should only be increased slowly, over a long period of time.

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