Isolated colloidal silver
Antibacterial time-kill study with natural bentonite and oligodynamic
Healing Clay baths, clay use internally, and other dietary solutions.
Sandia National Laboratories - Clay and
Bioengineering Technologies Research
.pdf - Interaction of biomolecules with clay particles and potential transdermal
Buruli Ulcer Cured with Green Desert Clay
A Case History from Australia.
Buruli Ulcerations and Healing Clay
.pdf - Thierry Brunet's masterful presentation on healing clays used to cure buruli ulcerations. Includes documented cases that are very graphic.
Killer Clays - ASU's study; an attempt to explain the method of action(s) of the direct antimicrobial action of certain clays.
Did You Know...?
Researchers at the University of New England in Australia claim to have made a surprising discovery. While searching for means to combat a serious stomach disorder common to Australian sheep, they found that "small quantities of a naturally occurring clay, called bentonite, mixed into a sheep's drinking water" not only improved the animal's digestion but increased wool growth, reports The Australian. One of the researchers, Professor Ron Leng, said that a daily dose of a half ounce of bentonite mixed into their drinking water had resulted in increase of up to about one tenth of an ounce a day in a sheep's growth. It is hoped that use of this mixture on sheep nationwide will bring increases in wool production worth millions of dollars.