Stop Needless Amputations

By Perry A~ (Arledge)


Perry A~, author of Living Clay: Nature's Own Miracle Cure, has experienced the myriad benefits of clay, and specifically, Calcium Bentonite Clay, for over a decade.  The potential of this clay as a healing agent has been so remarkable that more and more people are turning to this natural alternative to medicine. The rise in public awareness to this safe alternative is spreading by word of mouth.  Through years of experiencing astonishing results, she declared she could take “the worst of the worst”. Those  scheduled for amputations, the severe burn victims, diabetic sores that won't heal, gangrene infections and crushed limbs with no circulation. Are these conditions salvageable with clay therapy?  Absolutely!  Perry A~ has shown skeptics the amazing progress of a clay regimen in just one week.  It is time to put the spotlight on clay and work toward it being recognized as a major healing agent in the world!  Hold off on invasive medical intervention and give clay therapy a chance. Stop Needless amputations.



When will clay be taken seriously and recognized as a major healing agent and be recommended by doctors?  When we, the people, demand it. It is time to put the spotlight on Clay, more specifically on Calcium Bentonite Clay.


Here are some relevant testimonials:

“I used the Living Clay Calcium Bentonite to avoid amputation of my mother's toe and possibly her foot. Her doctor had been battling the infection with strong antibiotics for three weeks, with little improvement. Her toe was very red, black in some areas, and swollen. She soaked the foot in Calcium Bentonite clay, about two heaping tablespoons mixed in 8 oz. of water for twenty minutes twice a day for a week.  Her doctor was shocked at the difference when he saw her.  He said to continue using the clay until the little redness that was evident was gone.”   Kathy D.


"I'm an elderly retired man who suffers from both diabetes and chronic Insomnia.  I've spent years taking prescription sleep aids with un-satisfactory results.   My son, a Naturopathic Doctor, sent me 16 oz. of Living Clay and The Living Clay book by Perry A~.   I began taking the Clay internally and after two days my insomnia has all but disappeared.  I've not slept this well in years!  Furthermore, my avg. morning blood sugar readings are around 145; I've now been getting consistent readings of 75!  I credit my newly found clay regime for both of these significant breakthroughs.  It amazes me that such an affordable, natural, and effective cure has found me.  I will tell everyone I know about this amazing clay."  -Bob  C.

“I just had to write you because I am so thankful for the work of the clay.  Last Thursday morning, I got a very severe burn on my finger which immediately blistered.  I was on my way to work so I quickly put a dollop of clay on the burn and covered it with a band-aid.  It immediately cooled down the pain.  I repeated this Thu. night, Fri. morning, Fri. night and on Saturday morning, the blister was gone.  The blister never broke.  It just seemed to collapse in and smooth out.  I can still slightly see where it was.  I've had burns before and I've never had it heal so fast or painlessly. This was just wonderful.” - Linda


Internal or external clay’s strong ability to draw and bind with toxins, viruses, toxins, and pathogens make it a healing catalyst that works with the body to heal itself.  It cuts healing time in half at a minimum.  Clays are not new as a healing agent. Even the Bible references clay as a healing agent. I would venture to say it was used by cave men before written documents. Animals in the wild instinctively are drawn to Clay Wallows and Clay Licks.  Charles A. Munn, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board, Tropical Nature, documented the Macaw Parrots of South America eating clay from cliffs to detoxify from their diet of poison seeds, but that is another story of what clay can do. [1]


So what is this miracle “dirt”?  Clay is highly negative charged trace minerals tightly bound together acting as a whole.  These electromagnetic nano-crystals were formed from volcanic ash that landed in inland seas, lake beds and rivers and streams.  Over millions of years it evolved into veins of clay with super charged electromagnetic negative ionic trace minerals with an alkaline pH.


Clay’s electromagnetic energy stimulates circulation and blood flow thereby revitalizing dormant cell energy and speeding up the healing process.


There are seven different families of clay depending on the mineral makeup, location and the maturity of the clay. All clay deposits are different. Some are strictly for industrial use.  The revival of clay as a healing agent is greatly responsible for its growing popularity as a safe and effective detox, cleansing and healing agent.  The green Bentonite clays from the Smectite Family of clays are considered the most popular healing clays. Only these Smectites have the ability to absorb as well as adsorb.  It is the absorption that sets them apart from other clays.


 When Bentonite clay absorbs water and swells, it is stretched open like a highly porous sponge; the toxins are drawn into these spaces by electrical attraction and bound fast. In fact Bentonites can absorb pathogenic viruses, aflatoxin (a mold), and pesticides and herbicides including Paraquat and Roundup. The clay is eventually eliminated from the body with the toxins bound to its multiple surfaces.”  Canadian Journal of Microbiology [2]


For a better understanding of how adsorption and absorption work go


Doctors don’t know about clay and they are afraid of something unknown and unproven in the scientific labs of the medical profession, yet clays have been used successfully by indigenous tribes around the world for centuries.


The medical professionals are so afraid of law suits that they won’t try anything unless it has the FDA stamp of approval, even when all that really means is “take at your own risk.”  


The only way clay can kill you, is if you drown in it. Bentonites are listed as FDA GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe). That being said it is important to do your due diligence when selecting your clay.  Going back even 1,000 years ago clays we were not exposed to modern day environmental elements, industrial toxins, acid rain, agents of nuclear warfare, pesticides and the chemical sprays that contribute to the pollution of our earth’s soils. For more information on types of clays and what to look for in a quality clay go to


So, how do we get the doctors and the health world to even try clay?   Putting the spotlight on clay through the power of public opinion can start the ball rolling. Telling doctors and veterinarians of clay testimonials and documenting clay use and healing experiences with details and pictures. Use your U-tube and My Space for documentation and sharing results. Education and articles are powerfully persuasive tools. If you have a story of a healing experience using clay and would like to share it please contact Perry A~ at 1-866-262-5611 or Let’s put the spotlight on clay and stop needless amputations.


 [1] Macaw and Parrot Clay Licks By Charles A. Munn, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board, Tropical Nature (a nonprofit nature conservation

[2] Canadian Journal of Microbiology (31 [1985], 50-53) Specificity of virus adsorption to clay minerals. Steven M. Lipson, G. Stotzky


Perry A~ (Arledge) is the author of Living Clay, Nature’s Own Miracle Cure. She is dedicated to spreading the word about clay’s healing potential and putting the spot light on safe healing with clay, particularily Smectite clays. .