Medi-Body Pack® is a botanical, bentonite clay pack with humic acid that can be used to rapidly remove stagnant waste from the body. Use of these clay packs helps to restore bioenergetic flow of your meridians and aids in the removal of heavy metals and chemical toxins that are stored in scar tissue or at the point of traumas such as whiplash, injection sites (botox, vaccines, blood draws), tattoos, piercing sites, bellybuttons, circumcisions, episiotomies, concussions, etc... This can cause significant interference in the body's chemical electrical pathways and sedate or impede organs and glands for a lifetime if not corrected. The good news is, these disturbances can be fixed with mud packs and lymphatic support.
What You Will Need:
1 Container of Medi Body Pack
1 Bottle of Medi Mineral Serum
1 Bottle of Premier Turmeric Capsules
Tissue or cotton cloth
A non-metallic bowl
A non-metallic spoon
Take 2 Turmeric capsules with good clean water.
For external use only. Place 4+ tablespoons of Medi-Body Pack® in a nonmetallic bowl. Slowly add Medi Mineral Serum until you have the consistency of brownie mix. Mix thoroughly.
Apply a half dollar size amount to the top center of both hands and feet and the bottom center of both hands and feet. Next apply the pack to the desired trauma site to be cleansed. One site at a time is best. Let it remain for 10 minutes, then wash off.
Take 2 more Turmeric capsules and be sure to continue hydrating yourself.
After a pack please go outside for 5 minutes (or more) to receive solar radiation and massage the area that was packed to encourage lymphatic function. The Medi-Body Pack® is best used before 7 pm.
Note: After using a Medi-Body Pack®, the skin area may appear reddish. This temporary flushing effect is due to increased circulation and will subside after 30 to 60 minutes. For best results, follow each cleansing session with a Medi-Body Bath® for 10 minutes and take a quality nutritional cleansing formula such as Aloe Pro. For ideal meridian restoration use the QC Oil technique for the next two weeks. This step requires a brief explanation and consult with a QRA practitioner.