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Diatomaceous Earth Silica
8/28/2017 5:14:33 PM
Supplement Spotlight:

Diatomaceous Earth Silica

The Best Years in Life) Diatomaceous Earth Silica is mined from the remains of one-celled microscopic plants called diatoms and is a natural source of the essential mineral silica. The Diatomaceous Earth Silica is mined from deposits from underwater beds or ancient dried lake bottoms.

Some of the healing benefits of diatomaceous earth silica are:

Natural dewormer- eliminates many parasites without chemicals or poisons
Helps detox heavy metals, bacteria, and viruses
Promotes healthy skin, hair, and nails
Digestive aid and colon cleanser
Helps lower bad cholesterol
Regulates blood pressure
Aids in relieving sore joints

Supplemental Facts:

100% food grade diatomaceous earth silica, a natural source of silica. (6 ounces)

Servings per container: Approx. 65

Suggested Usage:

Mix with about 6-8 oz. of water. If it doesn’t dissolve completely, simply swirl and then drink. Note: Do not “chew” as it may do damage to tooth enamel.

Adult maintenance- 1 tablespoon per day (morning or night on an empty stomach)
Adult therapeutic- 1-3 tablespoon per day (morning and night on an empty stomach)

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RE: Diatomaceous Earth Silica
8/28/2017 6:25:16 PM
Hi Luella,

I love DE earth. Just used it today on my carpet. It is great for fleas and small insects. The fleas are very bad here this year, maybe it is all the rain we have been getting.

I just read something the other day, when using DE on flower to make sure it doesn't get onto the part that the bees use, because it will kill bees too. I didn't know that and was using it on my roses. However I do use it on my garden. Gets rid of those nasty bugs. ---all natural good stuff.

Another thing the article said was that even the dew falling can cause it not to work, is because of moisture .
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RE: Diatomaceous Earth Silica
8/30/2017 5:05:50 PM
Myrna, we have had hell with fleas this year too, so I have been using diatomaceous earth on the dogs constantly.

Yes, I know we have to be careful with flowers. I put diatomaceous earth on the bottom of my plants and it works well. Except for the racoon that ate our melons one night.

I hope you have a wonderful day.

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Luella
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