In light of all the great changes we have coming to our food, including better labeling for GMO’s and new market for organic products, individuals will still struggle with weight more than likely because of limited knowledge of nutrition and where to shop to find the proper nutrition.
Coming into the summer months is a feeling of relief from the cold months and anticipation to spend more time outside and to be more social with friends and family.
Diatomaceous Earth is an excellent base ingredient for your own soap making. Makes the soap a great consistency and also is used as an exfoliator.
We have been receiving frequent calls about DE and how it removes unwanted heavy metals from the digestive tract, especially mercury and aluminum. We would like to share an article that was written by two very intelligent and kind women.
Many individuals ask us exactly how to apply to plants in a garden setting. In this video I will demonstrate how to apply to plants in a garden setting.
Many use food grade diatomaceous earth for its wonderful and amazing health benefits but I would like to share something else that makes this product more useful in the garden.
We are near the planting season and I have such a variety of seeds this year, I just cannot wait till the first sprout pops. Many in this country are starting to realize GMO seeds “Franken seeds” are not the best for our health and many times do not grow the best compared to an organic and heirloom seed. The last thing you want is to use chemical pesticides on your garden and that organic produce you know and enjoy!
Many around the world enjoy the brightening effects of having household plants. Whether you are growing your own herbs, flowers, or “alive” plants like orchids or Venus flytrap, you will always run a risk of getting an indoor insect infestation pointed directly at these kinds of indoor plants.
My name is Erin Dakins and I am the host of a nationally syndicated talk radio show called The Truth Traveler in which I do cover natural alternatives to health, and have been known to disdain allopathic medicine. I began my journey into alternatives to health, and have been known to disdain allopathic medicine. I began my journey into food grade diatomaceous (DE) earth a year ago this month (March of 2015).
All humans and animals have parasites. We might not think we do, but knowing there are over 3,200 varieties of these creatures makes one rethink that as science will prove that we do or will at some point in our lives. Many are unaware to the fact that these parasites can perform havoc on our bodies and the bodies of our animals.
Bed Bugs have been sweeping the nation for years now and very limited avenues of successful treatment are actually available to the consumer and that makes chemical companies very happy. Did you know that on average, the base cost per treatment is $500-$1500 depending on how much square footage needs to be treated and also what company you pick to do treatments?Many companies use chemical pesticides and heat treatments.
Does it surprise you that any recommendation you get from a vet or a neighbor for fleas always has to do with a chemical? The pesticide industry has been inflated way out of proportion and our government does little for an alternative for using toxic chemicals, as they know the pesticide industry is worth trillions and will not hesitate to throw natural products under the bus.
Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth Fossil Shell Flour is a great product for many different uses. Its use has cut down medical bills and even household budgets all over the United States and we are proud to offer such a pure God given product!
What is the difference between Diatomaceous Earth Food Grade and Diatomaceous Earth Pool Grade?The difference here lies in the way that each type of diatomaceous earth reportedly is treated. Pool Grade diatomaceous earth is calcined, meaning that is treated with very high heat. This turns the silicon dioxide that is present in the diatomaceous earth into crystalline silica. Diatomaceous Earth Pool Grade, and most other calcined diatomaceous earth products, contains high concentrations of crystalline silica. In fact, some can range from 60 - 70% crystalline silica.
5 Reported Ways to Use Diatomaceous Earth
There are definitely more than five ways you can use diatomaceous earth, but these five have been reported to be quite useful. Especially when it comes to getting rid of bugs.
What woman in her right mind would add a spoonful of pulverized fossilized water vegetation to her orange juice and drink it every day?
Many women are now embracing Diatomaceous Earth reported health benefits by consuming the mineral regularly!
Diatomaceous Earth is a natural sedimentary organic silica compound. Also called diatomite, Diatomaceous Earth is made of the fossil remains of hard-shelled algae (diatoms). You may have read about its usage as a natural flea remedy for pets or even as a control for bed bugs.