Diatomaceous earth (DE) is a naturally occurring rock made from skeletons of fossilized diatoms. When used in a powder form, DE can mechanically destroy various insects, pests, parasites, and pathogens. It acts by entering the exoskeleton, where it absorbs the fluids from the organism’s body, resulting in its death.
Food grade DE is non-toxic and chemical-free. Here’s how you can use it to detoxify your body and eliminate fluoride, GMOs and chemicals:
You can add DE to your diet and cleanse parasites that are responsible for pain, nausea, itching, food intolerance, sinus infections, asthma, bowel discomfort, Morgellon’s disease, and several other allergic-type reactions.
It detoxifies cadmium, mercury, lead, among other heavy metals, relieves the effects of GMO consumption, and cleanses the traces of chemicals.
Furthermore, DE has potent anti-fungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. It also enhances the skin tone, strengthens the tendons and joints, reduces blood pressure, and helps the collagen production.
You need to start with a half teaspoon, which should be gradually increased up to 2 heaping tablespoons. Mix it with 4 ounces of water and take it on an empty stomach before immediately following it with another 8 ounces of water.
Consider drinking it throughout the day to prevent constipation. Note that you may experience experience a Herxhemier reaction in the beginning, whose signs include abdominal discomfort and flu-like symptoms. This is normal during a body detoxification process, as parasites and pathogens are destroyed, releasing their toxins into the body to be flushed out.
Nonetheless, these consequences will disappear in few days.
Highlighted below are other uses of diatomaceous earth:
Use a plastic squeeze bottle to blow diatomaceous earth into hard-to-reach places, like electrical outlets.
Sprinkle some DE on the furniture, rugs, as well as cracks on the baseboards, leave it for a couple of hours before vacuuming. It will effectively destroy insects.
However, be careful not to inhale it when using it. Likewise, apply it with caution, since it dries the eyes and skin. It is very effective in safeguarding your garden, pets, and livestock, from pests, insects, and parasites.
Here are some of the most significant uses of DE and how to use it:
Yard and garden
- Apply some DE to compost and manure piles to control flies and reduce odor.
- Pour it over hills and fire to destroy the colony.
- To drive away spiders and ants, sprinkle some DE on the window sills.
- Pour DE into a lawn spreader, and then use it to destroy fleas, chiggers, ticks, and other biting insects that attack your pets.
- Don’t apply it on flowers that are frequented by beneficial insects, like ladybugs, butterflies, and bees.
- Apply some DE around the garbage to avert flies.
- Apply DE on garden soil to safeguard your plants from vegetable-loving insects.
- Protect grains and dry goods
Pour some DE on bulk grains and legumes in order to drive pests away from the pantry.
Pets and Livestock
Apply some diatomaceous earth to the coat of your pet to destroy fleas and ticks. To kill internal parasites like worms, consider adding some DE to your pet’s food.
- Add it to the kitty litter to kill fleas and neutralize odor.
- Sprinkle some DE on the barn, stall, chicken poop, and nesting boxes to protect your livestock from pests.
- Also, sprinkle some DE on the soil around your dog’s kennel.