Medi-Body & Magma Clay Pack
The main clay I use is called Medi-Body Pack, “It contains premium clay, peat magma, shilajit and targeted botanical agents, all key cleansing agents used for centuries in many cultures. The body pack promotes bioenergetic flow of stagnant meridians. Medi-Body Pack initiates the "thermal effect," which is a deep, intrinsic cleansing effect. This unique clay/botanical formula is made using 100% premier quality ingredients: no oxidized peat or weak or "dead" clays.” (PRL website)
Less often, testing reveals the body requesting Magma Clay. This is a very deep, penetrating clay. It causes the body to release a lot of toxins quickly and therefore should always be paired with the appropriate nutrition for support while the body metabolizes and eliminates the detoxification load released during the clay procedure.
Clay Therapies & Chronic Conditions
Interference Fields (IFs) can be reliably resolved through a safe, simple and relaxing procedure. The entire process, per interference field, is non-invasive and usually takes less than 2 hours to complete. The technique I use for identifying IF’s and the area affected is Quantum Reflex Analysis (QRA). A qualified QRA practitioner can very effectively and efficiently identify, track and resolve IF’s. For more information on this modality see the QRA section.
I use clay therapy packs to resolve and remove the IF. Clay therapy packs are an ancient healing modality. The process is simple and low tech. Using a non-metallic bowl and utensils, the appropriate liquid nutrition, and a specific mud created by Premier Research Labs, the mud is applied to the affected IF on the body for a specific period of time.
First we must open the “downloads” (in the hands and feet) so that the energy can flow easily in and out of the body during the procedure and determined the exact location of the interference field. Clay is then mixed to a pudding-like consistency and placed on the targeted areas for up to one hour per pack, but generally each pack takes 10-30 minutes. There is no talking and outside stimuli are kept to a minimum to maximize the healing potential of the session. Before, during and after the session, the client drinks a nutritious, pleasant-tasting, aloe detox drink to maintain meridian balance and function while supporting the body as it deals with toxins released during the procedure.
The number of packs possible in a session will vary. The IF, will originally test weak and once packed we retest. We know the clay pack is complete when it tests for strong balance and polarity again: in other words, the IF or “blown fuse” has been reset. It should be rechecked in up-coming appointments to make sure there are no deeper layers needing attention. Often, it is a permanent correction and an amazing relief to be clear of the IF stress recorded and locked in the body from an injury. Once resolved the original energetic blueprint is restored and new levels of health are possible. In other words, when you have that metaphorical wheelbarrow full of nutrients, exercise, or sleep you can now get a wheelbarrow full of benefit in the form of absorption, cleansing and regeneration because the body’s natural healing mechanisms are restored to integrity and can fully use all these resources where before, in the presence of the IF, it could not.
Some additional notes: usually you only need to do a single clay therapy pack procedure per IF target site. Occasionally, an IF will have “layers”. If it is a particularly traumatic or old IF you will have to “peel the onion” by doing successive packs on the same IF, but generally not during the same appointment. If a scar is longer than one inch, it will need to be evaluated in one to two inch segments since it is very likely they are affecting different areas. In other words, a single scar can run through several meridians creating different IFs.
This procedure is useful for many medical conditions. Wherever there is a scar or injury site that is depolarized (or tests weak) there will be negative health consequences. One example given by my QRA Instructor regarding chronic fatigue: “In our experience, 9 out of 10 women who have episiotomy scars or C-section scars suffer with Chronic Fatigue, they can use clay therapy packs. It creates a lasting change in their plasma or bioelectric field and therefore healthy function is restored.” He also shared this about vaccination sites. “Scars are “depolarized” tissue that needs to be “repolarized” (using clay therapy packs). In fact, vaccination sites can be the most stubborn, often requiring four mudpacks.” (Dr. Paletta, Level 1 & 2 QRA)
Are there any side effects or risks?
No, there are no known risks or contraindications if done correctly by a BEA/QRA. The clay therapies are very detoxifying and therefore specific measures should be taken to minimize stress caused by a sudden detox.
In the session there are several things we do to minimize detox symptoms. A nutrient rich drink is included, timed breaks, a limited number of packs per day and a clay footbath may also be in order to support the body to deal with the toxins released in the mudpacking procedures. Fasting is not recommended before or during packing sessions. “Mudpacks often release a large amount of toxins and adequate amounts of quality nutrition are important to help the body process toxic releases. However, it is highly recommended that the client consume larger amounts of raw food (50% or more of the diet) during the packing regimen.” (pg Q29 PRL manual)
Finally, simply because an area is painful does not mean it is an IF and needing to be treated with clay. Often, pain in one area is a symptom of a problem somewhere else. Here is an example: “Joseph had a very painful left ankle area. However, it tested off to only three polarities, not all four. Thus, it was NOT an IF. Upon testing, the practitioner found that the IF that was reflexing to the left ankle was Joseph’s left knee area (which was not painful). Further testing showed the “short circuit” to his left knee area was the Pituitary CC (Command Center an acupuncture point). After packing Joseph’s left knee area and the Pituitary CC, the pain in his left ankle area vanished. (Please note: at no time was the left ankle packed, yet genuine relief was obtained)” (pg Q29 PRL manual)