Kanwa is a high grade form of Bentonite Detox Clay, scientifically termed Calcium Montmorillonite. Chemical Analysis detemines Kanwa contains 90 trace minerals in a uniquely balanced proportion, that is healthy for the body.
Scientists are now discovering the superior healing properties contained in Kanwa to help fight infections, absorb harmful bacteria, stimulate cellular energy, and help reverse bone decay.
NASA and MIT sponsored research have both concluded KANWA contains a unique combination of essential minerals that can serve many benefits to the human body. It has the ability to absorb bacterial toxins, and regenerate healthy growth.
Benefits of Kanwa Whole Body Detox Supplements
Kanwa Supplements help absorb toxins from the environment, unhealthy foods, heavy metals, harmful bacteria and free radicals. Free Radicals are an atom or group of atoms that has at least one unpaired electron and is therefore unstable and highly reactive.
In animal tissues, free radicals can damage cells and are believed to accelerate the progression of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and age-related diseases.
Medical Science Benefits
Kanwa Mineral Content
Trace Minerals activate the enzyme systems and biological functions that underlie nearly every manifestation of life.
All of the evidence over a period of ten years demonstrated most excellent results from use of this particular deposit of Montmorillonite. In our estimation, this product has far reaching qualities which have not been explored.
- Biological report: A.O. Barnes/Manufacturing Pharmacists
CALCIUM: Essential to the fomation of bones.
IODINE: Keeps the thyroid gland running.
IRON: Vital to the blood, carries oxygen; a lack of it can cause anemia.
MAGNESIUM: Necessary to food metabolism and nerve function.
PHOSPHORUS: Regulate heart, nerve, and muscle activity. Helps maintain acid-alkali balance in the blood and tissue.
SELENIUM: Recognized as one of the most valuable elements; works as an antioxidant, a major factor in the prevention of cancer.
ZINC: Important to the functions of the eyes and, in men, a working prostrate.
Partial Mineral Content List Chromium, Boron, Cerium, Gadolinium, Lanthanum, Molybdenum, Niobium, Praseodymium, Scandium, Gold, Tungsten, Ytterbium, Zirconium, Sulphur, Cobalt, Gallium, Hafnium, Palladium, Rudium, Thorium, Yttrium, Antimony, Beryllium, Silver, Holmium, Germanium, Cesium, Dysprosium, Vanadium, Thulium, Terbium, Samarium, Gafnium, Neodynium, Thorium, Rubidium, Lanthanum, Monlybdenum, Niobium, Praseodymium, Erbium, Dysprosium, Tantalum, Vandium, Nickel, Lutetium, Cesium, Bromine. [The Natural proportion of these elements is the key to establishing balance and health in the internal body.]
Research The curative properties are founded in its special characteristic, above all in the distribution of its minute particles. Individual clay particles are smaller than many bacteria. If infected mucous membranes are more or less flooded with clay, the bacteria are completely surrounded by clay particles and are thus separated from their source of nourishment and become imbedded in the igorganic material. Growth and the survivability of the bacteria are thus halted almost instantaneously. -German Scientist
Kanwa for Consumption Kanwa can be taken to charge the immune system during an ongoing disease, and it can also be taken as a preventative, to help ward off any potential ailments. If we want to keep healthy, we need to keep our immune system functioning at its best. Kanwa contains minerals and nutrients that the defense mechanism needs. -Clay Cure by Ran Knishinsky
The Physical Application of Kanwa Kanwa possesses a natural antibacterial action as well as an antiseptic action. Therefore, for just about any skin ailment, Kanwa will stop the growth of bacteria, prevent decay, and arrest the development of microorganisms. This is why, for example, it is so effective in the treatment pf acne, boils, and wounds. Also, Kanwa packs may be useful as an auxiliary remedy for healing broken bones, strains, and sprains, because they are said to help reconstruct damaged tissue. -Clay Cure by Ran Knishinsky
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Fasting with Clay
Many books on fasting advise that no vitamins or herbs should be taken during a fast. That's because vitamins will not be properly assimilated, and herbs are food sources. But, whatever the case may be, clay can safely be taken during a fast. It will not interfere with the fast. In fact, it will only enhance it.
While I mention throughout the book that clay works as both a food and a medicine, it isn't really one or the other. Clay is clay, not a food or a medicine; it is just a natural substance that performs the functions of both. It should be easy to enjoy the benefits of eating clay because you won't have to worry about violating your fast.
As you probably already know, the main purpose of any fast is to prevent or eliminate disease through body detoxification. Eating the clay on a regular basis throughout a fast will help you to renew your body and see your desired results quicker.
Don't Be Surprised by those Toxins
The purpose of any detoxification program is to clean house. Don't be surprised when you begin taking the clay and some "weird" symptoms arise:
Every one of these signs points to the fact that your body is cleaning itself out. Most persons will experience symptoms like this to a lesser or greater degree depending on medical history, diet, age, activity level, and overall state of health.
Believe it or not, these symptoms mean that you are well on your way to health. Natural medicine refers to this episode as a "healing crisis" or the symptoms of detoxification. The cells are getting rid of nicotine, caffeine, drugs, pollutants, and many other things. Before these substances are finally eliminated, they run through the bloodstream, causing any number of the symptoms listed above. Typically, any healing crisis will last only one to ten days; then the body evolves to a new stage of health.
In Russia, smectite clay has been used in the therapy of peptic ulcer. That's because clay helps to alkalinize an acid stomach. It will also rebuild the gastrointestinal wall that has been eaten through by the acid. Again, the clay must be a smectite (montmorillonite), because not all clay will heal an ulcer. The mineral must contain a sufficient amount of the elements sodium and calcium, otherwise it will not be effective. It works by absorbing the ions in excess (hydrogen, in this case) and, in exchange, giving off the sodium and calcium to effectively neutralize the acid.
One teaspoon can be taken twice per day and as needed - that is, if the ulcer suddenly flares up. The clay can be mixed with aloe vera gel for quick relief and long-term curative results.