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Stiff Joints, Toxins, Leaky Gut, Arthritis, Clay With Milk

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[2010]

[Attendee]

A couple things. Stiffness, like in my joints and then my legs are getting like stiff. I've never had that before.

[Aajonus]

It's called aging *laughs*.

Those are toxins building up in the joints for so many years, and that's what happens.

When they mean you're aging, you're building up toxins over the years and there's lots of things that live in the joints. Especially as thin as you were when I met you, you were thin.

[Attendee]

Yeah, I was.

[Aajonus]

Your body seeks the place where there's fat, that's the brain and the bone marrow. It's the only place where there's heavy fat. So, your bone marrow gets filled with all these poisons. When it discards, where does it leave? The joints, all the joints. Causes arthritis and rheumatism.

Also, if you had a digestive problem like Crohn's disease and you had leaky gut, those particles of food go to the joints and the body builds acids there to become a digestive tract and starts eating the joints away. That's what arthritis and rheumatism is. 90% of rheumatism comes from leaky gut.

[Attendee]

So, more smoothies? Hot baths?

[Aajonus]

More baths, heat at night, hot water bottles on the joints. More circulation in those areas to clean it.

More nutrients in an area means more detoxification and and more healing.

Clay is helpful. Usually a lot of metals because when you get a vaccine and most people, 70% of it will go to the stomach lining and 30% will go to the bone marrow.

[Attendee #2]

Put it on the skin?

[Aajonus]

Eat it.

[Attendee]

Clay in milk?

[Aajonus]

You make the soft, like I said, in the Recipe Book, you make the moist clay.

Use like 3/4 cup of a cup of clay, 3/4 cup of water, so you got a cup and a half made. Let it sit for 4 - 5 days to get everything- the bacteria and the microorganisms going.

Clay is the only shape shifter that we know, organisms in it are shape shifters, just like stem cells. They can take on the makeup of whoever the body wants them to to make up. Clay is the only substance we eat that does that besides bone marrow, clay and bone marrow.

But the clay is not really digestible. It helps you digest. It helps bring soil bacteria in, but it draws out poisons galore. So, it adds nutrients to your blood, your lymph, your neurological fluids to help you pull out these toxins out of the body. So, you take like a tablespoon of that soft liquid clay, and then you put it into 2 - 4 ounces of milk.

You can blend it or stir it. Tastes a little like chocolate milk if you're using terramin clay, and you drink that, and if you don't like the gritty taste in your mouth, you can follow it with a swallow of milk and flush it in your mouth, so you don't have all that grittiness in there.

[Attendee]

I tried put some in some milk to and it wouldn't dissolve, just stirring it with a spoon.

[Aajonus]

You're taking it dry?

[Attendee]

No, no.

[Aajonus]

It was wet?

[Attendee]

Moist.

[Aajonus]

Moist. You need to blend it. You need to mix it around because if it gets into the blood, you want a lot of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium and potassium with it to bind with the poisons.

[Attendee]

But can you like just maybe swallow your milk real fast?

[Aajonus]

If you can't mix it here, what makes you think it's gonna mix it in the stomach?

You need to disperse it. The reason I don't like it is a lot of people in autopsies and people who use clay, I've seen clay impactations.

Places where it dried up intestines and just stayed there. That meant that whole area of intestine didn't function.

[Attendee]

So, you don't recommend using clay regularly?

[Aajonus]

Yes. But I'm saying you blend with milk. Mix it in a fluid so it thins it so it doesn't clump.

[Attendee #2]

Does it matter if the milk is cold?

[Aajonus]

Of course. Gotta be room temperature.

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