Scars. We all have them. Some are from traumas as children, others are from surgeries such as C-sections, episiotomies, or broken bones. Some are from vaccinations, tattoos, body piercings, and IV drips. And some are from dental decay or other dental toxins.
But what kind of effect do scars really have on our bodies?
Recently we have been doing more research and work on scars and the kinds of effects they can have in seemingly remote areas of the body.
The results have been startling.
It turns out that a scar or trauma site can create what is called an Interference Field. An interference field is something that alters normal nerve, lymphatic and energy flow.
Not every scar will cause these, but when the body doesn’t have sufficient quality and quantity of nutrients at the time of injury, proper healing cannot take place. And once the body has become weakened, the injury site starts to become a sort of energy sink for chemical and metabolic toxins to store there.
So, how do we get rid of these interference fields?
We use mud packs from Premier Research Labs. They are made from a combination of various rare earth substances with maximum cation exchange capability. Toxins are very highly positively charged (cation), and the mud is very negatively charged (anion). When the mud is placed over the injury site, it will draw the poisons into the mud.
Opposites attract right!
Several mud packs may be needed depending on the severity of the trauma site. A trained practitioner will be able to help you decipher what the body needs to repair.
It seems strange that mud packing can have such a profound impact, but it’s really not that strange at all. Mud has been used for thousands of years, and currently there are over 840 worldwide clinical research studies available on PubMed which proves the effectiveness of these muds.
So why aren’t more doctors using mud you ask?
Well, we live in a high tech world. The wisdom of the ancients doesn’t always look so appealing if it isn’t flashing lights and beeping. But it can’t be ignored anymore. Mud packing is here to stay, and is proving to be a very powerful piece of the healing puzzle for people with chronic conditions.