Hernia treatment

Blue clay: properties and uses for joints

Joint disease is a very unpleasant, dangerous and difficult to treat ailment. Not only official, but also traditional medicine offers in this case many solutions to a complex problem. But perhaps the most affordable and effective healing tool is literally under our feet - this is ordinary, well-known clay.

Composition and therapeutic properties of blue clay

Treatment of clay joints is widely used in traditional medicine. This method of therapy is used in various rehabilitation centers and resorts.

Healing clay for the joints is very useful. Its restorative and anti-inflammatory properties are based on the following composition:

The main mineral of blue clay is silicon. It is because of its lack in the body that serious diseases of the musculoskeletal system develop.

  1. Improves metabolism in the body.
  2. Removes toxins and slags, which cause an inflammatory process.
  3. Improves blood circulation in the body.
  4. Normalizes the sebaceous glands.
  5. It acts as an antiseptic, suppressing the development of pathogenic bacteria and inflammation.
  6. Promotes tissue regeneration.
  7. Improves color and skin condition.
  8. Contributes to the acceleration of bone growth.

Silicon deficiency can cause the development of pathologies of the spine and joints, cause atherosclerosis. With a decrease in the content of silicon in the body can occur metabolic disorders.

Clay for the treatment of joints can be used with various lesions of the musculoskeletal system to repair damaged tissues, to eliminate the most frequent consequences of injuries.

Blue clay, whose beneficial properties and use for joints of which have already been recognized by official medicine, has the following effect on the human body.

The treatment of joints with blue clay at home will be useful due to the following additional features of this mineral:

  • enrichment of the skin with valuable trace elements
  • strengthening of vessels
  • improving the respiratory capacity of the skin,
  • removal of edema.

Blue clay for the joints makes the patient feel better and relieves pain. This will allow a person to stop taking harmful oral analgesics.

Indications for use

The treatment of joints with clay at home can be practiced in the following diseases, each of which is accompanied by its own specific features:

If you add a spoonful of blue clay in 1 liter of milk, then it will not disappear even within a few days. This is justified by the natural sterilization of the product with a healing mineral.

Blue Clay Benefits

Treatment of joints with clay has the following advantages of its use:

  • a small list of contraindications
  • low risk of dangerous side effects
  • the possibility of using the mineral itself,
  • a large number of healing properties
  • wide profile of the mineral: it can be used for various lesions of the joints,
  • the possibility of treatment by people of different ages,
  • availability.

To get blue clay is not a problem: today there is a mineral in pharmacies. It is available for over-the-counter holidays.

Contraindications

Practicing this method of treatment is prohibited in the following cases:

  1. Progressive cancer pathology.
  2. Severe kidney disease.
  3. Pronounced tendency of a person to allergic reactions, acute period of their occurrence.
  4. Liver dysfunction.
  5. Acute skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema).
  6. The presence of purulent open wounds.
  7. Asthma.
  8. Recently postponed surgery.

With care to treat the joints with clay should be pregnant women and the elderly. Such therapy is effective during periods of remission.With its exacerbation, this method of treatment will not have the proper result. In order not to worsen their condition, in the presence of at least one contraindication to use this mineral is not worth it.

Rules of application

In order for the treatment to have a positive impact, it is important to adhere to the recommendations of specialists:

  1. Use clay in combination with other medical procedures.
  2. Use mineral only after prior consultation with a rheumatologist.
  3. It is important to use only high-quality pharmacy product: this mineral is purified and does not contain harmful additives.
  4. To prepare means it is necessary in porcelain or ceramic ware. Metal containers are not suitable for this.
  5. In order to make improvements, clay-based products should be used in courses for two weeks in a row.
  6. To enhance the effectiveness of therapy, it is recommended to use different means of clay (compresses, rubbing, etc.).
  7. Hold the clay on the skin can be no longer than two hours.
  8. To avoid drying out of the skin, after the procedure, it should be moistened with a thick cream or rubbed with peach or apricot oil.
  9. In the absence of severe pain after using the mineral, it is useful to do remedial gymnastics.

This breed may be of different colors (white, red, yellow, etc.), but the treatment of blue clay joints at home is considered to be the most effective.

Treatment methods

The most effective use of blue clay in the following ways:

  • applications,
  • rubbing,
  • compresses
  • medical wraps,
  • baths
  • oral administration.

The latter method of treatment requires the most accurate prescription. You need to practice it under the supervision of a doctor. Let us consider each of these techniques, its features and effect in more detail.

Applications

To perform therapeutic application, dry clay powder should be mixed with water to obtain a thick mass. From the mixture obtained, prepare a cake and attach it to the affected joint. Fix with a gauze bandage.

Hold the application for two hours. At this time, a person is recommended to be in a lying or sitting position. After the procedure, you need to remove the application and apply a nourishing cream on the skin. To enhance the effect in the clay mixture, you can add decoctions of medicinal herbs (elecampane, sabelnik).

Therapeutic rubbing

To obtain a mixture for grinding the clay powder should be mixed with olive oil. After that, within ten minutes, rub the finished product into the sore joint.

During the procedure, all movements should be smooth. It is best to repeat this massage in the morning and evening. At the end, remove leftovers and take a warm shower.

After grinding, it is recommended to lie down for an hour. The duration of such therapy is one month. After that, you need to take a week break and repeat the treatment.

To enhance the effect of the massage, you can add 2 cloves of minced garlic into the finished mixture to improve blood circulation.

To eliminate inflammation in the initial stages of the disease of the joints it is very effective to use compresses. For their preparation, you need to mix the mineral with hot water to make a thick gruel.

Apply the product to a sore spot, wrap with gauze and a towel. The duration of the procedure is 1 hour. After that, remove the compress, and wash off the remnants of water.

If at the same time the person is not disturbed by pain, then it will be useful for him to hold the joint flexion and extension. Repeat this procedure should be 2-3 times a week.

Wrapping

Wraps can be used to reduce pain and swelling. For this purpose, a thick mixture is prepared from clay and water powder and the affected joint is covered with it. To impose a film it is impossible not to disturb an air exchange. The course of such treatment is two weeks. After each wrapping, it is advisable to lubricate the skin abundantly with moisturizing oil.

Healing baths will help relieve the manifestations of diseases in the hands and feet.To prepare, you need to take a spoonful of blue clay and pour 1 liter of boiling water over it. When the solution has cooled down a little, put your hands or feet into it.

Take these baths need for twenty minutes (no longer). After the procedure, wash off the remnants of warm water and wrap the joint with a towel. Hold it for another hour.

Best of all therapeutic baths operate with heel spurs and calluses. You can repeat them 2-3 times a week, not more. With caution, such treatment should be practiced with varicose veins.

Use of compresses

Clay treatment is carried out in the form of compresses. This is done very simply. You need to take the gauze and roll it several times. Then the necessary amount of clay must be heated to a temperature of about 40-45 degrees. After that, it should be distributed evenly on the gauze. Then wipe the sore spot with alcohol and put this compress on the joint. And, finally, after this you need to wrap up the sore area.

Compresses can be used for chronic diseases and their exacerbations. Such a compress should be done in the morning, but not at night. It takes about 30 minutes to hold the clay compress on the sore spot. Then it must be removed, and the place on which the compress was applied to wipe.

Compress to achieve the desired effect should be carried out every day for 7-14 days, depending on the severity of the disease. If after the first procedure you did not feel any improvement in the condition, do not worry. However, if the second and third procedures were not successful, then it is better to refuse such treatment.

Arthritis aid

Blue clay is very good at treating joints, especially if a person has an acute attack of arthritis. However, it is worthwhile to mix this natural component together with castor oil. To make lotions, both components must be mixed until a rather thick paste is obtained.

After that, put a layer of the mixture on a sore spot with your hands and wait until it is completely dry. And in order to increase the therapeutic effect, then you should attach the cabbage leaf to this place, while it must be heated.

Used material can no longer be reused. It should be collected in a bag, tie it and bury as deep as possible, so that no one can use it anymore.

Use of baths

Blue clay can be treated not only with compresses, but also with the help of baths. In this case, this treatment is no less effective, but before you use it, it is better to consult a doctor.

In order to make an aqueous solution, you need to take one tablespoon of clay for 2 - 3 liters of water. After bathing it is advisable not to wash the clay from the body for some time. Take these baths is better once a week for a month.

However, you should know that this procedure has a number of contraindications.

  1. Liver disease.
  2. Kidney disease.
  3. Tuberculosis in the open form.
  4. Heart Disease.
  5. Heart defects.
  6. High blood pressure.
  7. Ischemia of the heart.
  8. Skin diseases.
  9. Allergy to clay.

Blue clay composition

Blue clay is composed of silicon, calcium, aluminum, manganese, nickel, silver, cobalt, radium and other trace elements. The main mineral in the composition of blue clay is silicon. All elements harmoniously complement each other:

  • Silicon. The lack of this substance provokes aging, vascular fragility, atherosclerosis, atherosclerosis, metabolic disorders, problems with joints and the spine.
  • Calcium. Regulates the metabolism of the skin, is involved in the construction of bone tissue.
  • Aluminum. With its shortage in the body, wounds do not heal well, acne appears, and the pores expand.
  • Manganese. With a lack of it, bruises and hematomas appear on the skin with a slight pressure. Manganese has a strong antihistamine effect.

The color of blue clay varies from very pale to deep blue. This is due to the presence of radium in its composition. The bigger it is, the darker the blue shade. Radium gently affects the body of cancer patients, curing cancer in the early stages of the disease.

Blue clay properties

Treatment of blue clay joints due to its composition. Clay solutions, rubbing, compresses have the following healing properties:

  • normalize the immune system,
  • detoxify, toxins,
  • normalize metabolism
  • accelerate the growth of bone tissue
  • normalize the work of the sweat and sebaceous glands,
  • improve blood circulation
  • tighten the skin and improve its appearance.

Blue clay for the treatment of joints is a strong antiseptic. It kills most bacteria, stops the development of inflammation, promotes tissue regeneration.

In what form is used blue clay

It is sold as a powder in pharmacies or specialty stores. Several types of medicinal raw materials can be prepared from clay powder:

  1. Clay water - it is used for ingestion, baths.
  2. Clay thick solution - it is called the mother liquor and is used to prepare a higher concentration of clay water, rubbing, baths.
  3. Flapjacks for laying on the joints.
  4. Balls for sucking in the mouth.

Treatment of blue clay joints is carried out in a complex: rubbing, compresses, baths are combined with the intake of solutions inside.

Clay water

The classic ratio of clay and water for such a solution is 1 tablespoon of powder per cup of water. Water can be replaced by tinctures, decoctions or juices of medicinal plants, known for their ability to treat diseases of the joints:

  • marsh wormwood - anti-inflammatory, analgesic,
  • burdock - diuretic, painkiller,
  • madder dye - diuretic, antispasmodic,
  • St. John's wort - diuretic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic,
  • creeping thyme - anti-edematous, analgesic,
  • Chamomile - antimicrobial, antiviral,
  • evading peony - improves metabolism, removes toxins,
  • licorice - anti-inflammatory,
  • currant leaf - anti-inflammatory,
  • kidney black poplar - anti-inflammatory, contains salicylic acid,
  • gray willow bark is anti-inflammatory, contains salicylic acid,
  • other.

The shelf life of clay water is 24 hours.

The choice of medicinal plants for the preparation of decoction / infusion depends on the diagnosis. If the problem is in the deposition of uric acid salts - the diagnosis of gout, use diuretic herbs, if the inflammation of the joints - herbs that have analgesic, anti-inflammatory, anti-edematous action.

The clay water prepared in this way can be used for ingestion and in the form of baths for the hands and feet.

Treatment of blue clay joints, as well as herbal medicine, has a cumulative, delayed effect. Treatment will take a long time, and the result will require consolidation and regular repetition of courses.

Clay stock solution

The peculiarity of this therapeutic composition is its concentration. To prepare it, take 2 parts of clay and 1 part of water.

Use a ceramic or glass dish and a wooden spoon. Any metal objects when mixing the solution is prohibited! Take artesian water or ordinary boiled water.

The shelf life of the clay stock solution is unlimited. When it dries, add a little water and mix the dough well to get a homogeneous mass.

To prepare a clay stock solution:

  1. Fill the prepared dishes with ⅔ of clay powder.
  2. Add of water.
  3. Stir well with a wooden spoon to make an oily dough.
  4. Expose it to fresh air in the sun every day for energy saturation.

To prepare clay water from the mother liquor, take 1 tablespoon of dough and dissolve the decoction or infusion of medicinal herbs in 1 glass.

Treatment of blue clay joints using the mother liquor is carried out in accordance with the diagnosis.

Blue Cake Cakes

In addition to clay water, medical cakes are used to treat joints. For their preparation, use powder and clean water. The ratio of powder and water - the consistency of the final composition.

When kneading should make a steep clay dough. From it, make cakes of the desired size with a thickness of 1.5 - 2 cm for laying on the sore joint.

Scones can be stored for a long time. However, their plasticity is lost, as the clay dries.

Balls for sucking

Inside the blue clay for the joints is used not only in the form of clay water, but also in balls. They are easy to prepare:

  1. Take the appropriate dishes.
  2. Pour in a decoction of medicinal herbs. pick up raw materials in accordance with your disease.
  3. Add enough blue clay powder to a sufficient amount so that the finished solution looks like a thick, greasy mass from which you can roll balls.
  4. If the first time there is not enough powder, add it, having previously well mixed the first portion.
  5. Roll the balls, put them on a canvas.

Balls mixed with herbal decoction are stored for a maximum of 3 days in a cool place. If you want to prepare them for future use, use pure water for their preparation.

Blue Clay Gout Treatment

Gout is a serious joint disease. It is characterized by the deposition of uric acid salts mainly in the joints of the fingers of the hands and feet. The disease proceeds in waves, with aggravations and pronounced long-term remissions.

Clay treatment begins at the time of absence of symptoms. It is recommended to follow a diet prescribed by a doctor.

Treatment of joints with gout can be performed:

Trays for hands and feet

For micro-trays, use earthen water prepared from stock solution: 1 tablespoon per cup of broth. Fill the bowl with the remedy and immerse the completely sore hand or foot in it for 30-60 minutes.

Treatment of blue clay joints with gout with the help of baths is carried out until inflammation and pain subsides. To consolidate the result, it will take another 5-7 days, after which the treatment is stopped.

Compresses on the affected joints

Powder blue clay pour in water or a decoction of herbs and mix thoroughly. The mass should be like a thick cream. It is applied on gauze folded in several layers, wrapped around a sore joint, covered with cellophane and a warm scarf on top.

The first application should be limited in time to 2-3 hours and observe how the body reacts. If allergic reactions do not appear, the duration of the next compress can be increased. In the future, a compress of blue clay can be done on all night.

In the morning, it is carefully removed, washed with warm water and wiped dry.

Such treatment of blue clay joints lasts 2 weeks, after which a break for 5-7 days is made and everything repeats.

Treatment of heel spurs with blue clay

Heel spur or plantar fasciitis is a disease most commonly found in women over 40 years of age. Characterized by the growth of bone tissue on the calcaneus. It is very painful to attack the formed “thorn”.

Heel spurs are treated with clay and used:

  • foot baths
  • compresses on the heel,
  • cakes on the heel.

Make a mud solution thick liquid sour cream. Dip your legs in it and hold for 15 - 20 minutes. After that, wipe them, but do not wash! Wear cotton socks.

To enhance the therapeutic effect, take a classic clay water inside - по cup, 3 times a day, half an hour before meals.

Heel compress

Prepare a clay mother liquor, in which instead of water use a decoction of anti-inflammatory medicinal herbs: licorice root, currant leaf, willow bark of sulfur.

Apply the finished composition on gauze, folded in several layers. Compress blue clay put on the whole foot. Wear a plastic bag and a warm sock on top. He should sit tight, but not squeeze the leg, so as not to disrupt blood circulation.

Repeat the procedure daily, once a day, before going to bed until the symptoms disappear.

Pie on heel

Prepare it from blue clay and clear water, put it on the entire heel, roll the foot with cellophane and put on a sock, leave it on for the whole night. Relief comes in a week with daily use.

Blue Bursitis Treatment

Inflammation of the periarticular bag gives the patient a lot of suffering. Treatment of blue clay joints with bursitis is carried out together with the use of painkillers prescribed by a doctor. Additionally, you can complete a course of physiotherapy.

When bursitis is used:

  • blue clay wrap,
  • clay water inside or dissolve clay balls,
  • wraps the sore joint.

For the preparation of any remedy instead of water, use a decoction of anti-inflammatory herbs or water tincture of propolis. The duration of treatment is until the onset of persistent remission.

Arthritis and arthrosis

These diseases are difficult to conventional therapy, especially in disrepair. Blue clay for the treatment of joints in this case can be an independent therapeutic agent.

Methods for the erythrocyte arthritis and arthrosis are presented:

  • rubbing
  • compresses
  • baths
  • balls,
  • clay water for oral administration.

The same methods can be auxiliary during the traditional therapy.

Clay bath for arthritis and arthrosis

Pour ⅔ bath of water, dissolve blue clay. The solution should turn out to be cloudy, but not thick. You can check it simply - put your hand in it, and then lift it up.

If the composition flows freely along the arm, leaving behind a greyish-bluish trail, the bath is prepared correctly. If the composition is slowly slipping - it is too thick, you need to dilute it.

Enhance the effect of clay golden mustache or fragrant callus. Add to each liter of clay bath 1 tablespoon of juice from the leaves of this plant.

Duration of bathing - 20 - 30 minutes.

Compresses of blue clay with a golden mustache

Prepare the therapeutic composition on a cold infusion of golden whiskers or finely chop its leaves and add to the prepared mass mixed with clean water.

The composition is applied to linen fabric, even. The thickness of the clay - 2 centimeters. Wipe the skin over the sore joint with a tincture of golden whiskers, put a compress on top, wrap it with something warm.

To enhance the effect every hour for the first two days, use the inside of clay water on a gold whisker - 2 tablespoons. On the third and subsequent days, go to a three-fold intake of ¼ cup half an hour before meals.

Treatment of varicose veins

Warm clay powder baths

Make herbal decoction: on 3 liters of water, take 4-5 tablespoons of birch leaves, chamomile or nettle. You can use a mixture of these herbs, leaving the proportion unchanged.

The broth should be cooled to a comfortable temperature and add 3 tablespoons of clay powder. In the resulting mass, add some warm water.

The duration of the procedure is 20-30 minutes. I recommend doing it every other day in the evening, because such baths promote sound sleep.

A warning! To get rid of varicose veins, use a complex treatment, because clay baths are struggling with the consequences of the disease, and not with its cause.

Treatment of angina

Take the clay powder, the required amount of water, lemon juice and mix all the ingredients thoroughly. Rinse the throat every hour.During the procedure between rinses drink 2-3 sips of the liquid obtained.

Dissolve blue clay powder with water. Put the resulting mass on the neck and cover it with a cotton napkin folded in several layers.

After the clay mixture dries, wash it under a warm shower and tie it over the throat with a damp, dense cloth. To do this, you can use a regular towel. After a few minutes the fabric can be removed.

Treatment of boils

Blue clay lotions and applications

Dilute clay powder with water to form a thick mass. The resulting mixture is applied to the place where the boils appeared and hold for 1 hour.

For the effectiveness of the procedure, make lotions and applications 4-6 times a day. Blue clay treatment is carried out until the blisters completely disappear.

Treatment of tumors, ulcers, eczema

Clay lotion with vinegar

Dilute blue clay with water and add 1 tbsp. 9% vinegar. Apply the composition evenly on the affected areas and keep it for a couple of hours. The procedure is repeated daily. After the disappearance of signs of the disease, you can refuse the procedure.

Add powder to warm water and take a bath for 15 minutes. Blue clay treatment can be stopped with the disappearance of pathological manifestations on the skin.

Treatment of flu and pneumonia

Herbal decoction with blue clay

Take oregano, plantain or coltsfoot, cook herbal decoction, cool it to room temperature and add clay powder. If you don’t like the taste of drinking, add 1 tbsp of honey, so the decoction will get a more pleasant taste.

Prepare a mixture for rubbing: add clay powder and some grated garlic to the water. Intensively rub the mass in the chest. Grind 2 times a day. For complex treatment, make a clay applique before bedtime.

Prevention and treatment of teeth

For the prevention of dental problems notice toothpaste clay powder. This will strengthen the teeth, relieve inflammation of the gums, and your teeth will not be afraid of caries, and with the manifestation of diseases of the oral cavity, the pain will subside, inflammation will be removed.

Make herbal sage decoction and add clay powder to it. Rinse your mouth with the resulting liquid. If you experience acute pain, put a little blue clay near the sore spot - the pain will subside.

Blue clay - properties and application for joints

Blue clay is also indispensable in cosmetology. Clay masks saturate skin cells with microelements and essential mineral components, normalize sebum production, cleanse and tighten enlarged pores, remove dead skin particles, heal boils and acne. Apply a mask of thick clay on wet skin, hold until dry. It is not recommended to overdo the mask in order not to get irritated, because drying clay strongly skin. Wash off the mask with warm water, then, instead of lotion, wipe the face with a cotton pad dipped in herbal tea (you can use green tea for this purpose). After that, be sure to apply the appropriate cream for your skin. Do this procedure no more than 2 times a week.

Healing properties of blue clay with joint disease

. During the day, every hour, gargle with clay water and a teaspoon of lemon juice, drink two or three sips of this water between the gargles. Apply a few times a day: apply a thick layer of clay onto the neck area, tie it up with a clean cotton cloth, folded in several layers, so that the clay does not dry out too quickly. When the clay is completely dry, remove the bandage, rinse the skin with warm water and tie the throat with a hot, damp towel for a few minutes.

Treatment of blue clay joints at home

There are several types of clay that differ in chemical composition.The most useful and effective is blue clay. Cobalt and cadmium salts give it a beautiful blue color. Blue clay has an anti-inflammatory effect, restores metabolism, helps with diseases of the joints, heals skin diseases (including eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis), injuries and wounds. With its help, poisoning, allergy attacks, various purulent inflammations and many other pathological conditions are successfully stopped. In addition, blue clay can be used for water purification - it incorporates all the harmful components of drinking water no worse than any filter of industrial production.

  • Now the clay is ready for use. Keep the vessel with clay more often and longer in the sun, in the open air, in the light. As needed, dilute the solution slightly with water - let the mass be the desired consistency, always ready for use. So it can be saved indefinitely.
  • Blue
  • For application it is enough to dissolve the clay with water. If you buy clay in powder, store it in glass containers or in a tightly closed bag, which must have a transparent window so that sunlight gets on the clay.
  • Water diluted clay
  • Apply a lot to clean skin. The substance must wrap with a bandage and on top of a warm cloth. To go with a compress should be a couple of hours, and then rinse with warm water.
  • Arthritis

Probably, no one can imagine how many different popular recipes exist. Alternative medicine has developed a variety of treatments for a wide variety of diseases. The beneficial properties of blue clay, for example, are applied to joints, and the results shown by the agent sometimes even exceed the effect of using expensive medicines, gels and ointments. Dental problems

Diseases of the stomach and intestines, food poisoning

- it is diluted with water, herbal extract or decoction to the consistency of sour cream and thoroughly stirred, kneading all the lumps. The mass should be smooth and uniform. A very important note: in the process of cooking can not use metal objects - spoons, forks, bowls, pots and pots. Stir the clay only with wooden, ceramic or glass spatulas and do not keep the finished products in metal containers.

Clay rubbing

. Blue clay can be used for cleaning teeth instead of toothpaste - you will be provided with prevention of gum diseases, tartar and caries. If the disease has already settled in your oral cavity, the clay will help to calm the pain and reduce inflammation. Rinse your mouth with clay water with a decoction of sage, in case of acute pain, attach a piece of blue clay to the sore spot from the inside.

. During the day, every hour to drink two or three teaspoons of earthen water. Blue clay is a great sorbent and antiseptic, it destroys pathogens and removes toxins from the gastrointestinal tract. Go

Healing properties of blue clay for pain in the joints

Treatment of joints with clay was used in the times of Avicenna. The documents that have reached our days indicate that ancient healers used this mineral substance for joint injuries (sprains, bruises, sprains) to relieve painful phenomena and reduce tumors. Clay therapy has also been shown in inflammatory diseases of the bone apparatus.

Preparation of clay for the treatment of joints at home

Traditionally, metal utensils and spoons are not used to dilute and stir clay.

Clay water is used for grinding. Wash hands thoroughly before the procedure. Make a large tampon of cotton wool and soak it in a solution, then rub them with the place affected by the disease. Three fragments of garlic, added to the clay water, will increase the effectiveness of rubbing.

Types of clay

Before using the compress, wipe the sore spot with a damp cloth. The clay is diluted to a state of sour cream and heated. Spread a wooden spatula onto the affected area. The layer should be no more than 2 cm thick. If the compress is put on the part of the body where there is hair, then before this the area should be covered with a napkin. This will make it possible to easily remove the compress.

  • In addition to the healing properties of blue clay, beneficial for the joints, medicine has evaluated its disinfecting, cleansing and anti-inflammatory effect. This substance is actively used in cosmetology. It rejuvenates and improves blood circulation. In addition, it fights hair loss, absorbs toxins, eliminates dandruff.
  • Separately, I would like to talk about the use of blue clay in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, in particular, the joints. Perhaps, in this area of ​​medicine the "talents" of this natural material are most fully revealed. Blue clay relieves pain, removes inflammation, improves nutrition and tissue regeneration, restores metabolism.
  • Diseases of the respiratory system

Drinking from clay water is beneficial for almost all endocrine disorders, nervous system disorders, gastrointestinal problems, diseases of the respiratory system, cardiovascular pathologies, and allergic reactions. In addition, blue clay has the ability to "pull" pus from the tissues, so lotions and applications with blue clay are indispensable forClay waterClay is always used only cold. Partial (incomplete) baths with clay water are very useful, the simplest and most accessible means is to immerse your hands or feet in a basin with clay solution.

Use of clay to treat joints

The treatment of joints is that blue clay is almost the best. It quickly relieves pain, eliminates puffiness, restores metabolism and accelerates tissue regeneration.

Blue clay wraps are effective in inflammatory diseases of the joints - bursitis, arthritis, etc. Thick clay is applied with a thick uniform layer on a piece of clean gauze folded several times. This “patch” wraps the sore joint, wrapping it with a woolen cloth on top. Two hours later, the bandage is removed, the skin is washed with warm water and wipe dry. You need to repeat the procedure every other day. The course of treatment is at least 2 weeks. After a week break, the course can be repeated.

The healing power of blue clay

. Drink during the day a large amount of earthen water, for the preparation of which to use decoctions of oregano, plantain or coltsfoot. In drinking, you can add a tablespoon of honey. Twice a day, rub the chest with liquid clay with the addition of grated garlic, make an application on the chest before going to bed. Coughing can be stopped if you dissolve a small piece of clay in your mouth. Inhalations give a good result: heat the clay water to 70o, bend over the tank, cover the head with a wide towel and breathe over the steam. Attention! Be careful to avoid steam burns.

Boils, abscesses, phlegmon

For drinking is prepared at the rate of 1 teaspoon of dry clay in a glass of water. Clay powder is thoroughly stirred, you need to drink the suspension immediately, so that the clay particles do not have time to settle at the bottom of the glass. Depending on the specific recipe, lemon juice, aloe juice, honey, garlic, various herbal decoctions and infusions are added to the water.

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Multicolored clays differ in composition and healing properties.

The beneficial properties of clay are characterized by a rich content of minerals and valuable substances, as well as its magical ability to affect the human body both from the outside and from the inside, pulling (sorbing) from it all the harmful products of disease and metabolism. All types of clays in one degree or another have a healing effect on sore joints.

  • Red clay is rich in aluminum, silicon, iron, calcium, copper and their oxides. It helps to treat bruises, other injuries and arthritis, it is used in the form of various applications not only for the joints, but also for the spine.
  • White (kaolin) contains in its composition especially many oxides of aluminum and silicon, salts of other minerals. Indispensable for the treatment of inflammation of the joints, heals wounds well, resolves hematomas, restores cartilage tissue and removes pain from arthritis, neuralgia and radiculitis.
  • Green got its color from oxides of copper, magnesium and iron. In also a lot of zinc, selenium, calcium, phosphorus, silicon, molybdenum, selenium, potassium, silver ions. The unusually rich composition allows it to be used in the treatment of a large list of diseases, including almost all joint problems.
  • Yellow clay is famous for its high concentration of healing compounds of iron, sulfur and sodium. Normalizing metabolic processes, it effectively treats arthrosis and arthritis, rheumatism, osteomyelitis, osteochondrosis and heel spurs.
  • Blue clay contains a large amount of kaolinite. In its composition there are other important for the human body minerals and their salts: ferrous iron, oxides of aluminum and silicon. It quickly restores joints after injuries and illnesses, relieves pain and inflammation in bursitis, arthritis and other chronic ailments.
  • Black clay is the most plastic of all clays, it contains, besides the usual elements, radium and strontium, a lot of quartz. It is mined in the Dead Sea area. Powerfully activates metabolic processes in tissues, quickly removing toxins and other harmful substances from them. Pain relieves, relieves inflammation, heals even advanced ailments of joints.

Healing clay deposits are becoming popular resorts.

It should also be understood that the properties of the healing agent directly depend not only on its color, but also on the particular deposit where it was mined. In practice, blue and yellow clays are most commonly used to treat joint problems.

Preparation for use

If you do not buy medical clay in a pharmacy, and use the one that was found in nature, you need to do a few simple preparatory operations.

Hard clay before use turns into powder free of impurities.

Dried clay is hard as a stone. It should be crushed as much as possible, for example, smash with a hammer, then grind and clean of excess impurities by sifting through a sieve with large cells. The resulting powder is an excellent medicinal raw material, on the basis of which they prepare folk remedies for rubbing, wraps, compresses, applications, baths and for ingestion.

For external use, clay is diluted not only with water, but also with herbal decoctions and infusions, as well as with various vegetable oils.

Medicinal herbs multiply the effectiveness of clay products

Medicinal plants with anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties:

  • rhizome of sabelnik,
  • burdock leaves and root,
  • madder root,
  • Hypericum grass,
  • Thyme herb
  • daisy flowers
  • Linden inflorescences,
  • liquorice root,
  • black currant leaves,
  • black poplar buds
  • oregano herb
  • willow bark.

Clay, which has already been used, it is forbidden to apply again - it must be thrown away, but it is better to bury.

Recipes for joint treatment at home

For the preparation of folk remedies for the procedures, you can use any kind of clay that is available to you, but ideally you should experimentally select the most appropriate grade for you and your specific disease.

Choose your grade of clay - and be healthy!

- for hip joint

  • blue clay powder - 100 grams,
  • vegetable oil, preferably olive oil - 0.5 cups,
  • garlic - 5 cloves.

Rubbing is an effective procedure for joints

  1. Grind the clay with oil in a non-metallic dish, add chopped garlic.
  2. The resulting emulsion with gentle circular motions to rub into the hip joint.
  3. After 5–10 minutes, warm the sore spot for about an hour.
  4. Carefully wash off the remedy.
  5. The procedure is performed twice a day for three weeks, then a break is taken for a week and treatment continues.

- with bursitis and shoulder problems

  • blue or green clay - 2 glasses,
  • decoction of herbs or water-alcohol tincture of propolis - 2 cups.

  1. Prepare a thick, like sour cream, clay solution.
  2. Use a wooden or silicone spatula to apply the mass to the painful areas of the body.
  3. Cover with foil and insulate the wrap area.
  4. The procedure is first carried out within an hour, gradually its time increases to 4–5 hours.
  5. Treatment lasts until recovery.

Wrap clay powder should be fine and well cleaned.

Clay for therapeutic compresses is applied with a thicker layer than with other procedures - you can not spread the mass directly on the skin, but make it like a cake. Hot compresses are made with liquid heated to 60 degrees, held for three to five minutes, then washed off and repeated again. The duration of cold compresses - no more than twenty minutes.

Clay cakes can be stockpiled

- for pain relief

  • black clay - 3 tablespoons,
  • purified water - 2 tablespoons.

  1. Dilute clay with water so that not even small lumps remain.
  2. Mix water with clay and apply the resulting mass on the sore spot.
  3. Cover with foil or paper for compresses, wrap.
  4. After 40–60 minutes, remove the compress.
  5. Wipe the skin with a cloth moistened with warm water.

Medicine clay quickly relieves pain in inflamed joints

- for the knee joint

  • blue or yellow clay - 100 grams,
  • olive oil - 2 tablespoons,
  • lemon juice - 1 tablespoon,
  • Camphor - 5-7 drops.

Clay perfectly treats diseases of the knee joints

  1. Mix all ingredients and set aside for an hour.
  2. Knead the cake and put it on your knee, cover with cellophane and warm cloth.
  3. After an hour, remove the sore spot from clay residue.
  4. The procedure is carried out in the morning and evening, every day, for a month.

There are different baths, which are made for the whole body, as well as local baths, where only the diseased part of the body is immersed. The water temperature for such a procedure should not exceed 40 degrees, the time for taking a bath or bath is from ten to twenty minutes.

Baths and baths with clay - an effective and pleasant treatment of joints

- for the treatment of arthritis and arthrosis

  • blue or black clay - 100 grams,
  • warm water or gold whisker infusion.

  1. Dissolve the clay powder in the water bath.
  2. If desired, add a tincture of medicinal plants golden mustache.
  3. Take a bath for no longer than twenty minutes.
  4. At the end of the procedure it is advisable not to wipe dry with a towel, and dry off naturally.

- baths for gout

  • crushed licorice roots, burdock and marshmallow sabelnik and 1 tablespoon,
  • water - 2 liters,
  • dry clay - 2 tablespoons of a hill.

  1. Prepare a decoction of healing roots, boil them for a quarter of an hour on low heat, cool and strain.
  2. Stir the clay powder in the medicinal broth.
  3. Fill a suitable container with earthenware at room temperature.
  4. The procedure time is from half an hour to an hour.
  5. It is necessary to make baths for diseased feet and hands until relief comes.

What clay is needed for the treatment of joints?

As well as the well-known mud therapy, the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system is based on the beneficial effects of the clay mineral complex. It contains not only aluminum and silicon oxides, which are the main substances for any kind of this plastic mineral. In clay, you can find impurities of iron, calcium, carbon or copper, as well as substances of organic origin. All together, treatment with mineral preparations makes it very effective for many different diseases.

Blue clay is used to treat joint diseases and the effects of injuries. Cobalt and cadmium salts, which have a beneficial effect on the inflamed organs, give color to the mineral. As a result of accelerated blood circulation, the joints are better supplied with oxygen, which accelerates tissue regeneration. With gout, enhanced blood microcirculation also contributes to the rapid dissolution of urate crystals (uric acid salts), which injure the cartilage surfaces of the joint, causing pain and inflammation.

White clay can be used for internal use. The high calcium content, which gives it color, makes the mineral a natural supplier of a substance that is good for the joints. In addition, white kaolin varieties have high absorbing properties, removing toxins from the body, which are formed in the process of inflammation.

If it is impossible to purchase blue (Cambrian) clay for the treatment of joints at home, you can use its red variety. This mineral is much more widespread, and its outlets can be found on river cliffs or mountain slopes. Red clay contains a large amount of iron oxides and potassium, which promotes the excretion of excess fluid and dissolved salts.

Independent collection of medicinal raw materials should be carried out in places remote from large industrial facilities and highways. It is desirable that the mined piece of mineral be uniform, without inclusions of soil. The presence of sand impurities in the clay is acceptable, but such a grade is not suitable for certain procedures.

- baths with heel spur

  • blue or yellow clay in dry form - 2 cups,
  • water - 1 liter.

For the treatment of heel spurs need a thick clay solution

  1. Make a thick clay mortar.
  2. Baths for patients with heels should be taken 15–20 minutes daily for two to three weeks.
  3. After the procedure, do not wash the feet - just wipe them dry, wear warm socks of natural composition.

- herbal

  • medicinal herbs: hop, wild rosemary, oregano, snakehead - 1 tablespoon,
  • boiled water - 0.5 liters,
  • dry blue clay - 0.5 liters.

  1. Mix the crushed medicinal plants, pour the mixture into boiling water and simmer over low heat for about twenty minutes.
  2. Cool, strain and dilute the clay powder with herbal tea.
  3. Spread on the disinfected problem areas, for example, on the legs with a thin layer.
  4. Leave for one to two hours, rinse.
  5. The application is done daily for one week.

Application inside

Folk remedy for the treatment of joints is used not only externally, but also internally - in the form of clay water and clay balls. For their preparation, you can use both purified water and herbal teas. Prepared clay water is stored in the refrigerator for one day, and clay balls - for three days.

- clay cocktail

It is used as a powerful supporting background for active outdoor treatment for gout, arthrosis and arthritis.

Clay shakes treat joints and many other problems.

  • white, blue or red clay - 1 tablespoon,
  • water or infusion of medicinal herbs - 1 cup.

  1. Dilute the powder in a glass of liquid.
  2. Drink clay mash on an empty stomach, in small sips, stirring occasionally.
  3. With good portability of the folk remedy, you can add another glass a day after a week of reception - you should drink it one and a half hours before going to bed.
  4. The general course of treatment is a month.

Clay balls

Effective additional treatment for arthritis, arthritis, gout, problems of the shoulder joint and leg joints.

Clay ball - universal tablet

  • clay powder - 1 cup,
  • Herbal decoction - 0.5 cups.

  1. Knead the dense "dough" of the ingredients.
  2. Roll balls with a diameter from centimeter to one and a half, lay them on a towel made of linen or cotton fabric.
  3. Slowly dissolve one clay ball under the tongue 5-6 times a day between meals.

The benefits of blue clay

There are several types of clay that differ in chemical composition. The most useful and effective is blue clay. Cobalt and cadmium salts give it a beautiful blue color. Blue clay has an anti-inflammatory effect, restores metabolism, helps with diseases of the joints, heals skin diseases (including eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis), injuries and wounds.

Useful blue clay!

With its help, poisoning, allergy attacks, various purulent inflammations and many other pathological conditions are successfully stopped. In addition, blue clay can be used for water purification - it incorporates all the harmful components of drinking water no worse than any filter of industrial production.

Blue Clay Treatment: A Compilation of Recipes and Recommendations

Drinking from clay water is beneficial for almost all endocrine disorders, nervous system disorders, gastrointestinal problems, diseases of the respiratory system, cardiovascular pathologies, and allergic reactions.

In addition, blue clay has the ability to "pull" pus from the tissues, so lotions and applications with blue clay are indispensable for boils, abscesses, phlegmon and other purulent formations.

Blue clay has bactericidal properties, so it can be safely applied even to open wounds - it will speed healing.

Angina. During the day, every hour, gargle with clay water and a teaspoon of lemon juice, drink two or three sips of this water between the gargles. Apply a few times a day: apply a thick layer of clay onto the neck area, tie it up with a clean cotton cloth, folded in several layers, so that the clay does not dry out too quickly.

When the clay is completely dry, remove the bandage, rinse the skin with warm water and tie the throat with a hot, damp towel for a few minutes.

Diseases of the stomach and intestines, food poisoning. During the day, every hour to drink two or three teaspoons of earthen water. Blue clay is a great sorbent and antiseptic, it destroys pathogens and removes toxins from the gastrointestinal tract.

Diseases of the respiratory system. Drink during the day a large amount of earthen water, for the preparation of which to use decoctions of oregano, plantain or coltsfoot. In drinking, you can add a tablespoon of honey. Twice a day, rub the chest with liquid clay with the addition of grated garlic, make an application on the chest before going to bed.

Coughing can be stopped if you dissolve a small piece of clay in your mouth. Inhalations give a good result: heat the clay water to 70o, bend over the tank, cover the head with a wide towel and breathe over the steam. Attention! Be careful to avoid steam burns.

Skin diseases. When fungal skin lesions help lotions of the following composition: grind thick clay with a tablespoon of dietary vinegar (9%) into a homogeneous mass, apply a dense layer on the area affected by fungus skin and leave for several hours. For skin pathologies of various origins, rubbing and a bath with clay water are also effective.

Dental problems. Blue clay can be used for cleaning teeth instead of toothpaste - you will be provided with prevention of gum diseases, tartar and caries. If the disease has already settled in your oral cavity, the clay will help to calm the pain and reduce inflammation. Rinse your mouth with clay water with a decoction of sage, in case of acute pain, attach a piece of blue clay to the sore spot from the inside.

Blue clay joints treatment

Separately, I would like to talk about the use of blue clay in the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, in particular, the joints. Perhaps, in this area of ​​medicine the "talents" of this natural material are most fully revealed. Blue clay relieves pain, removes inflammation, improves nutrition and tissue regeneration, restores metabolism.

Joint diseases

Clay is widely used in the treatment of joints and bones: for arthritis, arthrosis, osteochondrosis, rheumatism, osteomyelitis, calcaneal spur.

The treatment of joints with clay has been known for a long time, it is based on its anti-inflammatory, regenerative and healing action, clay helps to restore damaged tissue and relieves pain.

Unlike many other means, the substance does not damage the skin, promotes healing of wounds. Chronic pain in the joints associated with metabolic disorders in the body.

There are several ways to treat joints with clay, in the first place the elimination of compresses contributes to the elimination of joint pain. In addition to eliminating pain, clay helps to restore damaged tissue.

What clay to use, recommendations

Blue and yellow clay is used for the treatment of joints, in the first case cobalt and cadmium are included, in the second case a large amount of alkaline earth metals is contained. It is best to buy in beauty salons or in pharmacies.

Important! It is not recommended to begin self-treatment, you should consult a doctor before starting the procedures, as some methods of treatment may be harmful.

Procedures can be carried out independently or apply to medical institutions, the cost varies depending on the type of procedure and the number of sessions.

Many diseases, such as arthrosis and osteochondrosis, are considered incurable. Often these diseases affect the elderly, for the treatment of which by the above methods it is best to hire specialists.

The most effective is the method of applying the overlays, which are superimposed on the joint for an hour and a half, after which it is recommended to wrap it in a wool scarf and keep it warm. It should be borne in mind that when a large concentration of salts in the composition of the pain can increase, they need to endure.

Mostly joints with clay are treated in various resorts, sanatoriums, rest homes. The course of treatment should be started only after consulting with your doctor.

Description, causes of violation

There are many causes of knee joint disruption, injuries (rupture of the miniscus, joints), stretching, salt deposits, genetic complications that transmit by inheritance, complications after infectious diseases.

When treating and post-trauma physiotherapy when using clay, the following processes occur, penetrating the sod (middle layer of the skin) accelerates the metabolism, regenerates the cells, removes puffiness and pain, draws out toxins and cleans the body from slags .. The clay is inherently adsorbing, disinfecting and enveloping properties, it absorbs toxins, odors, does not allow decomposition to rotting products.

The human body itself chooses from it the necessary amount of useful minerals, and gives in return harmful substances. It is used to relieve swelling, relax muscle tissue, and provide the necessary minerals with cartilage tissue. Silicon contained in 100 g. clay from 180-775 ml. one of the most important substances for joints. Silicon is needed to maintain and improve the texture of collagen, which affects the elasticity of tissues. Silicon accelerates bone growth, necessary for cartilage tissue.

What clay to use?

Although in medicine, white and blue clay are more popular due to the higher content of kaolin in them (available in the pharmacy as well in stores selling cosmetics) based on them make ointments, creams, powders, powder, masks. For the treatment of the knee joint, you can use any clay, the main thing is that it is mined away from the city, and freed from impurities (put the clay in a container with water, and after 2-5 hours we pour water, then we dry it in the sun, and grind it into powder , powder stored in a glass jar on the window.

Hot trays (for limbs)

For evaporation of diseased joints, hot baths are also recommended:

We dilute 1 tablespoon of clay powder in 1 liter of hot water, wait for it to cool down a little, and lower the palm or foot in the bath, sit for 20 minutes. Trays perfectly help with acute joint pain, as well as heel spur, and rough skin on the feet, old mazol.

Clay baths:

Compared with baths, a large scope for all areas, used in complex treatment, 1 tablespoon of clay powder per 1 liter of water. We dive around the heart for 30 minutes, the water temperature is about 40 degrees, taking a shower after the procedure, and a nourishing cream.

Ingestion:

With all the above-mentioned diseases, as well as to maintain the body's essential minerals, and accelerate the body's metabolism, dissolve 1 teaspoon of powder per 200 grams of water (room temperature) and drink in the morning on an empty stomach before eating for 30 minutes at least. Reception course 2 weeks. Week break, and another week of admission.

In the process of applying applications, pain occurs in the blood and nerves, in this pain the treatment comes, with other methods of pain, it does not occur, but since it is still peculiar to clay to dry the skin, it is necessary to lubricate with procedures even after the procedures .

Instead of water in any form of application, in addition to applications, an infusion of herbs can be used; in the interaction, the beneficial properties of the herbs and clay are not indicated as contraindications.

Clay can not be kept in a metal dish, stir with metal spoons, when in contact with the metal its useful properties deteriorate. Store in a dark but not humid place.

Despite the centuries-old confirmation of its effectiveness and a solid place in traditional medicine, you should not rely entirely on clay therapy, you can buy clay not from decent suppliers, and find where clay has more impurities needed for production, but not for treatment.

How is clay used to treat joints?

Those who have visited mud baths are familiar with the main ways of using minerals for the treatment of joint diseases. Plastic semi-liquid mass is used in the form of local funds, mud baths are also popular. According to the same principles, therapeutic clay of blue, red or white color can be used.

Among the most convenient applications of clay in the home can be called several main ones:

  • applications for sore joints,
  • wraps,
  • compresses
  • massage with clay.

At a special place is the reception of clay water inside. For this method of treatment is recommended to buy white or blue clay at the pharmacy. This is a specially prepared mineral, purified from foreign matter and ground into powder.

To take a common bath of clay at home is quite difficult. The density of the solution for this purpose must reach a creamy consistency. Purchased clay powder can cost a significant amount, but if you can independently extract a large amount of therapeutic mineral, its use is acceptable.

Most often, local baths are made for the affected small joints of the hands and feet (fingers, wrists, ankles).

Curative treatments with clay at home

Self-harvested clay must be processed before use. To do this, a piece of mineral should be crushed into small chips. Then the clay is poured with water so that it is slightly covered with liquid. The solution is stirred and left in the sun for 12 hours.

After the specified time, the solution should be thoroughly stirred so that it becomes homogeneous and without lumps. Due to the swelling of dry clay, the drug acquires the consistency of a cream or melted butter. If you need a thicker composition, you can add a little dry clay, well crushed and sifted through a sieve.

As a liquid in the preparation of therapeutic solutions, you can use aqueous extracts of medicinal herbs (sabelnik, chestnut, large burdock, willow bark, yarrow, etc.).

The combination of the properties of medicinal plants and clay enhances the effect of the components and increases the effectiveness of treatment.

When preparing the solution for ingestion, it is necessary to use decoctions of plants in the indicated dosage.

Compresses and wraps

These are similar procedures that differ only in the way they are set. Clay for the treatment of joints with compresses and wraps should reach the consistency of softened butter.

When preparing the solution, it is necessary to use hot water or a decoction of medicinal plants (temperature up to +45 ºС). The mass is applied to a clean fabric of natural fibers (gauze, linen flap, etc.).

After that, a compress of clay impose on the diseased organ. From above it is necessary to cover it with a film (polyethylene, food) and wrap well. The effect of compresses and wrappings largely depends on the temperature of the clay gruel, so it should be kept warm for 30-35 minutes.

In contrast to the formulation of a compress, the film is not used when wrapping. The mass is similarly applied to the tissue and applied to the joint, closing the adjacent areas. After that, the sore spot should be wrapped up and held for about 30 minutes. After removing the clay, it is recommended to perform simple exercises for flexion-extension of the joint.

And clay compresses and wraps have a noticeable effect only with prolonged use. It is necessary up to 14 procedures, carried out 2 times a day, so that the pain in the joints completely disappears.

Clay massage

The use of the therapeutic properties of blue clay in case of joint disease is also possible when it is used as a massage mass. For the preparation of the solution, a sand-free pharmaceutical powder from a mineral is needed. In self-harvested clay, solid particles may occur that will traumatize the skin.

From clay powder and vegetable oil (olive, sunflower, first cold press or special massage) should be prepared creamy mass.

Cream with blue clay is applied to the joints affected by the disease, and perform grinding for 10-15 minutes. It is not recommended to rub the composition into the skin with force to avoid injury to it and the underlying tissues.

The movements are performed with only slight pressure, and the hands of the massage therapist must glide over the layer of oily mass.

The procedure is carried out 2 times a day. After the end of rubbing you need to remove the remains of the cream with a clean cloth. Wrap the diseased joint and lie for at least 1 hour after the procedure.

Blue clay massage course is 30 days. Then make a break for 1 week, after which the course is desirable to repeat. With massage movements, blood circulation in the area of ​​the joint is enhanced, which favorably affects the regenerative processes in the tissues.

What is clay water?

So called liquid solution of mineral powder. Depending on the application, it may be more dense or liquid, have different temperatures. Clay water is used for ingestion for articular and other types of diseases. From it do and medical baths for small joints.

White clay is recommended for ingestion. The solution is prepared from 1 tsp. pharmaceutical powder, 250 ml of cooled peppermint broth (1 tbsp per 1 cup of boiling water) and 1–2 tsp. honey bee.

Components need to mix well and drink the solution until solid particles have precipitated out. Reception of clay water is made 20-30 minutes before meals 2 times a day.

This tool enriches the body with calcium, binds toxins in the gastrointestinal tract and has a tonic effect.

For baths requires the use of a thicker solution. At the same time, the clay is diluted in hot water (+ 40 ... + 45 ºС) until the consistency of sour cream is obtained.

Sick hands or feet are immersed in the solution and incubated for 20–5 minutes. Remaining clay should be removed with a clean cloth, the joint should be wrapped and lay for 30–60 minutes.

Baths are able to quickly reduce pain in the joints and are used as needed.

Clay for joints

Another unconventional treatment method for arthrosis of the knee - clay treatment.

Clay is a natural material, fine-grained rock, which is formed during the destruction of rocks.

Fine-grained in a dry state, and when wetted, it acquires plasticity and elasticity.

It consists of many minerals useful for the joints and not only for them.

Silicon and aluminum oxide, iron, copper, manganese, carbon, cobalt and cadmium salts ... all these substances are necessary for the health of our joints and the skeletal system of the body.

Since ancient times it has been used in the treatment of arthrosis, arthritis, radiculitis, rheumatism, gout and skin diseases.

Only high-quality clay powder, homogeneous in composition and free of impurities, is suitable for treatment. This powder can be purchased at pharmacies.

Properties and application for joints

There are several varieties of clay, which differ in color.

Red, blue (blue), yellow, black, white and green. Color depends on the predominance of the relevant chemical elements.

Thus, the yellow color of the clay gives the presence of sulfur in it, blue - cobalt salts, red - iron oxide, green iron and copper, and in white a lot of aluminosilicates.

For the treatment of arthrosis is mainly used blue clay. It is itself the oldest and most useful in its composition. Relieves pain and inflammation, stops the destruction of cartilage tissue.

Red improves blood flow and relieves fatigue. Black perfectly removes inflammation, green prevents cell aging, yellow removes pain and removes unwanted substances. White is used mainly as additives.

Use of blue clay for joints

Blue clay powder is used in the form of rubbing, for bathing, for compresses, and even taking in its aqueous solution.

  • improves the immune system
  • normalizes blood flow to diseased organs
  • removes slags and toxins
  • relieves pain and inflammation

Perhaps its use in the home, due to the practical absence of contraindications and side effects.

Blue clay compress. Wraps

Clay powder is poured with warm water and left to swell, regulate the consistency by adding water or powder, then stir well to a thick, creamy state.

The composition should not spread and be quite painful.

It is applied with a thick layer on cotton fabric and placed on the problem area, wrapped with cellophane and warm material.

First, they hold for about an hour, in the absence of allergic reactions, the following procedures can be applied to compress overnight.

After removal, the place of application is washed with warm water and lubricated with oil or cream.

Attention! When preparing the composition, avoid contact with iron objects, in order to avoid oxidation and loss of healing properties. Water should not be hot!

Compresses are done in a day or two, only 10-20 times.

To enhance the healing properties of this composition, you can add a few drops of mint or fir essential oil, and use herbs (chestnut, wild rosemary, chamomile, burdock ...) instead of water. Well add aloe juice and honey.

Performed on the principle of a compress, only for less time and without the use of cellophane.

After wrappings it is good to make light flexion-extension movements of the joint.

Here it is necessary to mix the clay powder with oil to the consistency of the ointment.

For arthrosis, sunflower is used, and for arthritis, castor oil.

With arthrosis, rubbing from the heels to the groin is rubbed, with arthritis, only the damaged joint.

You can add garlic juice, aloe or honey.

Rub 2-3 times a day, throughout the week.

Bath at home

In warm water (not hot!) Poured and stirred clay powder at the rate of 1 tbsp. spoon or 1 liter of water. Take a bath for 30-40 minutes, then rinse, and allow the clay to dry for the best effect. After that take a warm shower.

You can take baths several times a month ...

How to treat joints with clay

For the treatment of pain, it is necessary to reduce the load on damaged joints, for which bed rest is prescribed. The most commonly used drugs are anti-inflammatory and cartilage-protecting drugs (chondroprotectors).

Do not hurt and therapeutic exercises. Clay can have many different species.

White clay is used in skin diseases to stimulate blood circulation directly in the tissues. Blue clay is used when it is necessary to cure the joints or the thyroid gland, to improve the condition of hair.

Using green clay, you once and for all forget about dandruff, strengthen the heart. Clay red color perfectly treats for melancholy and despondency, relieves exhaustion, adds energy and saves from anemia.

Yellow clay will help to cope with migraines and diseases in the joints.

As well as the well-known mud therapy, the treatment of diseases of the musculoskeletal system is based on the beneficial effects of the clay mineral complex.

It contains not only aluminum and silicon oxides, which are the main substances for any kind of this plastic mineral. In clay, you can find impurities of iron, calcium, carbon or copper, as well as substances of organic origin.

All together, treatment with mineral preparations makes it very effective for many different diseases.

Blue clay is used to treat joint diseases and the effects of injuries. Cobalt and cadmium salts, which have a beneficial effect on the inflamed organs, give color to the mineral.

As a result of accelerated blood circulation, the joints are better supplied with oxygen, which accelerates tissue regeneration. With gout, enhanced blood microcirculation also contributes to the rapid dissolution of urate crystals (uric acid salts), which injure the cartilage surfaces of the joint, causing pain and inflammation.

White clay can be used for internal use. The high calcium content, which gives it color, makes the mineral a natural supplier of a substance that is good for the joints.

In addition, white kaolin varieties have high absorbing properties, removing toxins from the body, which are formed in the process of inflammation.

If it is impossible to purchase blue (Cambrian) clay for the treatment of joints at home, you can use its red variety. This mineral is much more widespread, and its outlets can be found on river cliffs or mountain slopes.

Red clay contains a large amount of iron oxides and potassium, which promotes the excretion of excess fluid and dissolved salts.

Independent collection of medicinal raw materials should be carried out in places remote from large industrial facilities and highways. It is desirable that the mined piece of mineral be uniform, without inclusions of soil.

The presence of sand impurities in the clay is acceptable, but such a grade is not suitable for certain procedures.

Those who have visited mud baths are familiar with the main ways of using minerals for the treatment of joint diseases. Plastic semi-liquid mass is used in the form of local funds, mud baths are also popular.

According to the same principles, therapeutic clay of blue, red or white color can be used.

Among the most convenient applications of clay in the home can be called several main ones:

  • applications for sore joints,
  • wraps,
  • compresses
  • massage with clay.

At a special place is the reception of clay water inside. For this method of treatment is recommended to buy white or blue clay at the pharmacy. This is a specially prepared mineral, purified from foreign matter and ground into powder.

To take a common bath of clay at home is quite difficult. The density of the solution for this purpose must reach a creamy consistency.

Purchased clay powder can cost a significant amount, but if you can independently extract a large amount of therapeutic mineral, its use is acceptable.

Most often, local baths are made for the affected small joints of the hands and feet (fingers, wrists, ankles).

Applying the treatment of blue clay joints in any of the following types of procedures, we should not forget that this remedy also has its contraindications:

  • functional disorders of the kidneys and liver,
  • cardiovascular diseases,
  • feverish conditions
  • asthma,
  • allergic reactions to the components of the mixture.

The only exception may be taking clay water, but it should not be combined with the use of medical preparations.

Physiotherapeutic procedures (massages, baths, compresses, etc.) can only be used after subsiding the acute inflammatory process.

Home use of these funds should always be coordinated with your doctor.You can not engage in self-treatment, trying to replace the clay therapy with medical or surgical treatments for arthritis, arthrosis, rheumatism or gout.

Traditionally, metal utensils and spoons are not used to dilute and stir clay.

Clay water is used for grinding. Wash hands thoroughly before the procedure. Make a large tampon of cotton wool and soak it in a solution, then rub them with the place affected by the disease. Three fragments of garlic, added to the clay water, will increase the effectiveness of rubbing.

1. clay compresses

Before you start making a compress, you should know that the clay should in no case be in contact with the metal to prevent oxidation. Therefore, the capacity for mixing must be selected from wood, ceramics, glass or porcelain.

It is undesirable for the medicinal composition to be in contact with plastic as well, although it is allowed to store the dry product in plastic containers.

How to use medical clay to treat joints

Medical clay is a natural material formed by the destruction of various rocks.

Depending on what kind of nature clay has, it has various healing properties, including a positive effect on the joints.

You can buy medical material in any pharmacy, specialty store or order via the Internet. Methods of using clay of any type are available for sale at home.

Composition and useful properties of medical clay

The main components that make up the clay include:

  • Silica SiO2
  • Alumina Al2O3
  • Oxides of potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron, titanium

There are different types of clay, whose properties are determined by the difference in the ratio of the main components.

Clay differs not only visually, but also in its composition

  • Blue (she's blue, she's Cambrian). This variety contains the most salts of cadmium and cobalt. That it is considered the most ancient in origin and most useful. Most effective for most joint problems, contributes to the normalization of metabolism and stopping degenerative processes in the joint. Eliminates inflammation, relieves pain.
  • Red It has this color due to the combination of potassium and iron oxide in its composition. In the treatment of joints, its main action is to relieve increased fatigue. Replenishing the body's iron stores improves blood flow, which also has a positive effect on the condition of the diseased joints.
  • Yellow. Saturated with potassium and iron, and a characteristic shade gives sulfur. It has a complex effect in diseases of the joints, primarily being a highly effective sorbent and eliminating excess substances from the body. In parallel, yellow clay procedures relieve inflammation and eliminate pain, which is a frequent companion of various joint problems.
  • Black Carbonaceous matter and iron impart color to this species. It has anti-inflammatory effects.
  • White May have a blue or yellowish tint, saturated with aluminosilicates. Able to enhance the bactericidal effect of other substances, therefore, is relevant as an additive to similar tools.
  • Green This shade material gets due to the presence of iron and copper. Also in green clay contains silver, which helps prevent cell aging.

It is believed that for the joints the best options are the clay blue and yellow. At the same time, to achieve a full-fledged result, the raw materials must be of high quality.

A good clay must undergo a procedure of cleaning from impurities, so the concentration of nutrients in it is higher, and, therefore, the effect will be more noticeable.

The texture also plays an important role: in the clay that you plan to use in recipes for diseases of the joints, there should be no lumps and other extraneous inclusions. For these reasons, it is not recommended to prepare raw materials by yourself - it is better to take the appropriate kind of clay in a pharmacy or specialty store.

Treatment of joints at home

Clay - a product that with diseases of the joints can not only be used for external use, but also used inside. Attention to the accuracy of adherence to clay recipes will ensure the absence of side effects and quick results, which will be fixed for a long time.

To make a compress from clay of the chosen color, you will need to take the required amount of powder, put it in a suitable container and slowly pour warm (about 40 ° C) heat, you should not heat more clay, as it begins to lose its beneficial properties) water. The consistency of the resulting mass should resemble fat sour cream. Stir the clay with water to a wooden stick.

After completing the cultivation of clay, take the fabric prepared in advance (it can be gauze, linen or cotton) and put a layer of clay on it. The thickness of the layer should be approximately 2 centimeters, and the area is slightly larger than the place to which the compress is planned to be applied.

The finished compress is lightly moistened with warm water just before use for better skin contact.

Attention: when preparing a clay compress, the product should in no case be in contact with the metal - otherwise oxidation will occur, and there will be no effect from such a procedure. Use utensils from other materials.

Fabric with clay is placed on the sore spot and fixed with a bandage - this is necessary in order to avoid displacement. From above, you will need to additionally warm the compress area with a woolen cloth. Leave the compress for an hour or two, then remove, wash off the remnants of clay with warm water and dry the skin, and then wrap it in a woolen cloth.

Compresses are a popular method of using clay for joints.

The course of treatment with clay compresses can last from 12 to 20 procedures, depending on the recommendations of the attending physician, who should be consulted before using such a prescription. Compresses can be applied either every other day or two or three days in a row, followed by a break for a day. This treatment is important for arthritis, polyarthritis, radiculitis.

In case of diseases of the joints, its combination with a decoction of herbs will help strengthen the effect of the clay compress. To prepare, first take 1 tsp. hops, wild rosemary, snakehead, fill with a glass of water.

Bring the mixture to a boil, then let sit for 20 minutes over low heat, remove, strain and add a teaspoon of aloe juice to the resulting broth. Now use this broth to dilute the powdered clay to the consistency desired for the compress.

The resulting composition will need to keep on the joint for two hours, repeated daily for a week.

Baths with clay have a more extensive effect in the case of lesions of the joints, not only positively affecting the affected areas, but also providing a preventive effect for the remaining joints. For the clay bath, you will need to collect the required amount of warm water (the temperature should be pleasant for the person, but not too hot) and stir the clay there.

The amount of powder is calculated based on the proportion: one tablespoon per liter of water. You can make baths for the whole body, and you can use baths, which will be especially useful for diseases of the joints of the hands and feet.

The proximity of the affected joint to the skin makes the baths effective not only to eliminate the disease of the joint itself, but also to improve the condition of the skin over it.

Clay bath will have a complex effect on joints

It is necessary to take a bath for half an hour, after which for some time left clay on the body - so the joints will get more nutrients. The course of treatment is 2 weeks, if necessary, it can be repeated after a month.

To relieve pain in case of damage to the joints of the fingers, prepare the following treatment bath. Take 300 grams of clay and fill it with four cups of water, let it soak in and mix. Leave it for another 5 minutes to allow the clay to settle down a bit, after which the water should be carefully drained into a separate container.

To the resulting clay water, add lemon juice in the amount of two teaspoons. Hands in such a bath hold for about half an hour, then wipe dry and wear warm gloves, which will need to pass for about an hour. A bath of earthen water with lemon is applied every day, after three days you need to take a break for a day.

Duration of treatment - until the complete elimination of pain.

Ingestion

Problems with joints are often associated with metabolic disorders, and drinking clay solution will help to normalize metabolic processes in the body. The easiest way to prepare the following composition: stir a teaspoon of clay powder in a glass of water at room temperature and drink immediately, until the particles have time to settle on the bottom.

Drink this remedy in the morning for three weeks. It is suitable as to improve the condition of existing diseases of the joints, and for prophylactic purposes. If you started taking clay water inside, reduce the size of the portion of food you eat for breakfast.

Wait before breakfast itself for half an hour.

Blue clay: properties and uses for joints

Various pathologies of the joints bring a person physical suffering and psychological discomfort. To combat them today uses many techniques. One of the most effective and unusual is the treatment of clay joints.

Blue clay, the use of which is possible only after the permission of the attending physician is fine-grained rock, it is based on a mineral called kaolinite. Due to the high content of silicon oxide and aluminum, this natural soil has an unusual blue tint.

Clay is known for its broad healing properties: it can be used to treat joints, get rid of cellulite and rejuvenate the skin. If you rinse the eyes with water on clay, you can quickly eliminate conjunctivitis.

Myth number 1. Clay has a very useful mineral composition.

Blue clay is said to contain a lot of silicon, aluminum, calcium and manganese:

  • very useful trace elements for bone tissue, blood vessels and skin,
  • promote metabolism, rapid healing of wounds,
  • prevent aging

In fact, the most valuable suppliers of minerals in this plastic rock:

  • kaolinite (aluminum oxide and silicon),
  • montmorillonite (magnesium oxide, aluminum and silicon),
  • other silicates and oxides of aluminum (hydrargillite, andalusite, corundum, diasporas, etc.),
  • potassium mica (muscovite).

Aluminum and silicon oxides are really enough in clay, but there are few other important trace elements in it, there is no manganese at all, and calcium is contained in the form of carbonate as a contaminating mineral.

Any clay contains such contaminating minerals:

  • calcium and magnesium carbonate
  • aluminosilicates and iron oxides,
  • quartz, gypsum,
  • Marcas, in which there are impurities, even small, arsenic, bismuth, antimony.

The extraordinarily rich mineral composition of blue clay is somewhat exaggerated. Healing mud may contain them more. In addition, there are many crystals and metal oxides (insoluble compounds) in the clay, as well as impurities of harmful elements.

Myth number 2. All clays heal joints

This is not true - many clays do not contain minerals in their composition and are used as:

  • sorbents in filters,
  • natural enterosorbents in medicine, which, like activated carbon, is often used for poisoning.

The most famous sorbents are Bent and Smecta. But no other healing properties, except absorbent, these drugs do not possess. Therefore, it is impossible to use, as some sources suggest, any clay for the treatment of joints that is under the feet.

There are tables of clayey healing minerals in different territories, so you must be familiar with them in order not to buy, instead of medical mass, the usual sorbent.

Myth number 3. Blue clay - the most therapeutic

Dyeing clays in all sorts of shades does not add or reduce any healing properties. There are no such scientific color definitions at all; they are popular everyday names. In fact, the name defines the main mineral component, for example, clay can be:

The color of clay depends on its impurities.

All useful clays used in medicine and cosmetology include kaolin, a white mineral of various shades (blue, gray, pink, etc.), so the so-called blue clay can actually be white.

At the same time, widespread bentonite clay may be brown, blue, bluish, but not curative at all.

The healing properties of bentonite clay depend on the presence of the main component in it, montmorillonite, and its content should be at least 85%.

For example, bentonites of the most ancient Kudrinskoye deposit have such a composition. According to one of the bioenergy theories, there are deposits in them that caught the era of rapid growth of dinosaurs, therefore, this clay absorbed the most powerful, healing energy and life-giving power.

Myth number 4. Blue clay - the best treatment of diseases of the joints

Indeed, kaolinites and bentonites with a sufficient amount of the basic mineral have certain healing properties:

  • accelerate the exchange of beneficial trace elements necessary for the regeneration of cartilage, the healing of fractures,
  • absorb harmful substances
  • have a warming effect
  • stimulate blood circulation.

But the latter properties can be undesirable and even dangerous when exacerbating inflammatory and purulent processes. Clay does not have a direct antibacterial or analgesic effect, so it cannot be used as a self-sufficient treatment, especially for various types of infectious arthritis.

When clay treatment is possible

Treatment of gout, whose etiology is directly related to impaired internal metabolism and crystallization of uric acid salts, can be quite successful, if it is carried out comprehensively, with the intake of appropriate therapeutic drugs (colchicine, allupurinol, etc.) and adherence to a special diet.

Also, as part of complex treatment, you can use blue clay with heel spurs or bursitis.

Treatment of joints with clay is desirable to produce using external compresses or rubbing. It is dangerous to apply this remedy inside, since the clay may contain iron oxides, mica, arsenic, thallium and other substances dangerous for the gastrointestinal tract and the whole organism.

It is difficult to verify the true composition of kaolinite or bentonite, since misleading information is often indicated in annotations.

It is better to use for therapeutic purposes for ingestion better clay with an alkaline exchange type, for example, a natural mineral mined in the Kudrinskoye field.

How to use blue clay in cosmetology

In cosmetology, kaolinite or bentonite can be used only in its pure form, as a mask that is applied briefly, in no way combining it with oils and creams, since the mineral component contained in the clay can cement the pores tightly.

Clay treatment of gynecological diseases

Many have heard about the treatment of chronic female inflammatory diseases, especially adhesive processes, with blue clay. However, care must be taken here:

  • before applying external applications on the abdomen and buttocks, it is necessary to exclude acute and infectious processes,
  • after using tampons, it is necessary to immediately wash with a weak solution of potassium permanganate or with a decoction of chamomile and calendula.

Blue Clay Mastopathy Treatment

How can even a high-quality, plastic mineral material treat such a complex hyperplastic dishormonal disease as mastopathy? What is the point? It is said that thanks to the nutrition of the mastopathic nodes, they are resorbed. Nutrition What? How can aluminum oxide or silicon adjust hormones? Here is a clear nonsense and quackery.

Cancer treatment

Also pseudoscientific and harmful is the assurance that clay can cure cancer, supposedly from radium contained in it. Against the background of remarks about the possible presence of radium in clay as a deficiency, there are separate postulates of the nineteenth century, when they really tried to treat tumors with radioactive metals, not knowing yet of such a terrible consequence, like radiation sickness.

Compresses and rubbing

The principle of treatment with clay at home is the same as for mud therapy:

  • Two-thirds of the non-metallic container is filled with powder, filled with water and stirred well with a wooden spoon.
  • Water can be replaced with a decoction of herbs of anti-inflammatory and anti-infective action, which will enhance the action of clay (sabelnik, willow bark, burdock, comfrey, currant leaves, chamomile, etc.).
  • Prepared plastic mass can be rubbed, as well as use it as a compress, wrapping a napkin and a scarf on top.
  • If you use clay in combination with oils, the warming effect of such a compress will be very strong, so you should not leave it for a long time, and especially for the whole night.
  • You can not also put compresses on the region of the heart and stomach.

Clay cakes

From the solution of a thicker consistency, you can roll a cake from clay, which is then applied to the sore area of ​​the leg, covered with a film and fixed with a bandage or a piece of natural cotton fabric, or simply woolen sock on top:

  • with gout, the cake is placed on the tophus area (solid crystalline formation on the leg),
  • in the treatment of spurs - on the heel.

Clay for the treatment of joints can be applied in the form of a bath. For this, clay water is prepared in a ratio of about 1:10. This can be a small bath for hands and feet, or a regular bath where you can dive with your whole body if there is enough clay.

Ingestion of blue clay

It is possible to apply blue clay inside, only being confident in its strictly alkaline, and not alkaline-earth type of action. For these purposes, it is good to use kaolin (white) clay mass.

The solution is prepared as follows:

  • One teaspoon of sifted powder is diluted in warm water.
  • Accept within two weeks for half an hour to food.

Clay wraps

Blue clay wraps are effective in inflammatory diseases of the joints - bursitis, arthritis, etc. Thick clay is applied with a thick uniform layer on a piece of clean gauze folded several times. This “patch” wraps the sore joint, wrapping it with a woolen cloth on top.

Two hours later, the bandage is removed, the skin is washed with warm water and wipe dry. You need to repeat the procedure every other day. The course of treatment is at least 2 weeks. After a week break, the course can be repeated.

Clay packs

In more complex cases, compresses with blue clay are shown. They are made the same way as wraps, only on top of a gauze bandage with clay you need to tie your joint with plastic wrap. The course of procedures in this case is one week.

Facilitates well-being and grinding with clay water - they improve blood circulation in the joints and restore their flexibility and mobility.

To facilitate movements and relieve pain in small joints (for example, fingers), it is good to use earthen baths, heating it to a temperature of 37-40 ° and adding two or three teaspoons of lemon juice (aloe can be replaced with lemon).

Take this bath should be every day for half an hour. After the procedure, wash your hands thoroughly with warm water and wear woolen gloves for one hour.

Blue clay in cosmetology

Blue clay is also indispensable in cosmetology.

It is good for the skin!

Clay masks saturate skin cells with microelements and essential mineral components, normalize sebum production, cleanse and tighten enlarged pores, remove dead skin particles, heal boils and acne.

Apply a mask of thick clay on wet skin, hold until dry.

It is not recommended to overdo the mask in order not to get irritated, because drying clay strongly skin.

Wash off the mask with warm water, then, instead of lotion, wipe the face with a cotton pad dipped in herbal tea (you can use green tea for this purpose).

After that, be sure to apply the appropriate cream for your skin. Do this procedure no more than 2 times a week.

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