The clay refractive properties make it decompose in sunlight spectrum frequencies compatible with the DNA and brain wave frequencies. This makes it possible for the clay to interact with the central nervous system including emotional states.


Existing elements in different crystalline types of clay energy manifested in several forms, such as piezoelectricity, light, pressure and heat, reaching its spectrum in the frequency of waves identified in electroencephalograms. These energies interfere with the human body by changing its vibrational patterns, which gives these energies specific properties to use in various therapies.

The refraction of light characterizes each element through its refractive index (RI). The passage of light through different densities, such as air and crystal, changes its speed and causes a deviation in its trajectory by changing its vibrational frequency. As a consequence of the different types of clay, the respective elements within the clay act as energy vehicles in the human body restoring dynamic balance and healthy functionality. (CREA, 1992; SCHUMANN, 1995)