Mudpacking – I Pack

LadywithMudPackWhat is Mudpacking?

Mudpacking has its roots dating well past 200 to a thousand years ago.  It is referred as Pelotherapy.   Peat baths were used in ancient Greece.  It has been used to increase circulation, click boost immune system, viagra 100mg detoxification of organs and glands, unhealthy ease muscle tension aches and pains, and rejuvenate cells.  The main purpose we use it for is to help clear whole body burden of toxic bioaccumulation.   To understand packing and its effects, we must first understand the ingredients and the nature of scars and traumas.

Why mud pack?

We all live in a era where everyone is now exposed to many toxic elements– in the air we breathe, in our food and water, in common cleaning products and body care products.  For most people, the connective tissue of their bodies have become saturated with many toxic chemical residues that have gradually deposited there over time.  These stored toxins can act to disrupt normal body physiology and function.   Routine cleanses and detoxification programs are helpful, but cannot clear the embedded toxins from scars and trauma sites or re-establish normal energy flow through the scar and trauma sites.  Many scars reflex to organs and glands and slow down or impeded their optimal functioning.

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Ingredients in the Medi Body Pack:

Unheated volcanic clay and kaolin clay are rich in minerals and highly resonate. These clays act as a pulling effect from toxins embedded in the scar tissue and in the close surrounding tissue of the scar.  Shilajit is a natural mineral resin found seeping from rocks in the mountains in India. It is rich in organic materials. It contains approximately 85 minerals in ionic form. It is as high as 80% organic mass. It contains humic and fulvic acids.  Peat Magma is carbon humate high in humic and fulvic acid which aid the body in delivering nutrients.  Additionally there are synergistic botanical ingredients included, yet no toxic excipients added.

Together, these ingredients form a negatively charged mud. Injury sites are positively charged. When the mud is applied, an osmotic exchange occurs as the positively charged ions are attracted to the negatively charged mud.

What is a scar?  

Anytime the body is cut, burned, damaged, or wounded physically or mentally, a scar or trauma site is formed.  This creates embedded toxins and can mean years of delayed healing.

As a wound is healing, the calcium gradient climbs to produce an electric stimulus for cell regeneration and healing. As a scar starts forming, the calcium gradient declines.  Scars are dense, non-elastic, chaotically arranged, fibrous collagen tissue. They are four times lower in water then the surrounding skin. They have less tencil strength and are not as breathable. Because circulation is limited within a scar, the plasma field is weak or non-existent. The plasma field must have the correct mineral and cell nutrition to maintain an electric flow. Neurophysist, Albert Flechenstein demonstrated that cells in scar tissue have a different membrane potential and function like a 1.5 volt battery in the skin. This would imply that the cell wall pumps are not working and nerve signal would be fragmented and incomplete, resulting in pain and illness. Without the electric flow, the field is susceptible to weakening by other electric fields, (i.e: EMF, radiation, microwave, etc.).

Scars and trauma areas carry a positive charge due to the lack of moisture and minerals. The negatively charged mud can assist in reawakening the electric flow by excising waste material and stimulating fluid movement in the cells. Once again, it is key that the mudding ingredients resonate with the plasma field of the person and carry no toxic materials into the skin. (This is why it is so important not to use any commercial mud, seaweed wrap or scrub while remediating a scar.  Premier Research Labs mud packs are resonate materials without excipients.)

During the packing process, the trauma site is releasing waste material into the mud as well as flooding the internal system with stagnant waste. It is crucial that the person being packed is well hydrated and the stomach is strong.   The detoxification weakens the digestions and often will lead to a falsely weakened pack.  During the sessions we keep the stomach strong with a GI drink during packing.  As the body continues to open a congested injury site, it is common that the person who is being packed will grow weaker, quieter, or wearier.

As we mud and reconnect the scars and traumas to the human bio field, we create a coherent system of the physical and energetic body.  In turn, we have an opportunity to gain a more dynamic connection with the plasma field, allowing our DNA to communicate with electrical light unimpaired by the interference fields. As the DNA communication pathways are cleared, our bodies will become more efficient biochemically and the aging process is slowed.