Diatomaceous earth (DE) represents a rock made from skeletons of fossilized diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae, and it is found in nature.
If in a powder from, it mechanically destroys various insects, parasites, pests, and pathogens, as it enters the exoskeleton, and absorbs the fluids from the body, leading to its death. Food grade diatomaceous earth is not toxic and does not include any chemicals.
Here is how to use diatomaceous earth to detox your body and remove GMO’s fluoride and chemicals
Add diatomaceous earth to your diet to detox parasites that can contribute to food intolerance, nausea, bowel discomfort, pain, itching, asthma, sinus infections, Morgellon’s disease, and a host of other allergic-type reactions.
DE detoxes mercury, cadmium, lead and other heavy metals; removes poisons from chemtrails, radiation and may alleviate the effects of GMOs. DE possesses antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties.
In addition to detoxing and destroying pathogens, diatomaceous earth helps to lower blood pressure and contributes to the production of collagen to improve skin tone, strengthening the tendons and joints.
To consume DE orally, start with half a teaspoon and work up to two heaping tablespoons. Mix thoroughly in four ounces of water. Drink immediately and follow with another eight ounces of water. Take on an empty stomach. Continue drinking water throughout the day, because DE can cause constipation.
Initially, you may experience a Herxhemier reaction, which can cause abdominal discomfort and flu-like symptoms. This is a normal response to detoxing, as parasites and pathogens die, releasing their toxins into your system for elimination. The symptoms disappear after a few days.
Yard and garden
- Sprinkle DE along outside edges on window sills and doors to prevent spiders and ants from getting in your house
- Pour into a lawn spreader and apply diatomaceous earth to the yard to eliminate fleas, ticks, chiggers and other biting pests that connect themselves to family pets. Spray on bushes with a strainer.
- Apply diatomaceous earth on garden soil and plants to secure them from vegetable-loving pests. Make a ring around the stem on the soil to avoid crawly bugs from munching stems
- Pour over fire ant hills to damage the colony
- Apply to garden compost and manure piles to lower smell and control flies
- Use around trash pails to keep flies away
- Avoid use on flowers where useful insects like bees, ladybugs and butterflies visit
Caution: Only use food grade DE and prevent inhalation.
Protect grains and dry goods
To keep pests away from the pantry, you should pour some diatomaceous earth on legumes and bulk grains.
Pets and livestock
Yet, always wear a mask and drape a lightweight towel over the face of the pet, in order to prevent it from inhaling the dust. To kill parasites like worms, you can add a bit to the food of your pet.
To destroy fleas and eliminate odor, add it to kitty litter.
To protect the livestock from pests, you should sprinkle the barn, chicken coop, stall, and nesting boxes.
You should also sprinkle some diatomaceous earth on the soil around the kennel of your dogs.