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Detox with diatomaceous earth to remove allergies, mercury, chemicals, GMOs, parasites

(NaturalNews) Diatomaceous earth (DE) is a naturally occurring rock made from the skeletons of fossilized diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae. When ground into a fine powder, diatomaceous earth works mechanically to destroy a wide range of pests, insects, parasites and pathogens by cutting through the exoskeleton, absorbing bodily fluids and causing them to die. Food grade diatomaceous earth is chemical-free and non toxic.

Diatomaceous earth has many uses including detoxification of the body -- inside and out; protecting pets and livestock from parasites and insect infestation; and keep your yard and garden pest-free.

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, anti-fungal 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.

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We feed & dust our chickens with the food grade DE

I've heard about this, but never tried it for myself...I'm scared to look at what might come out of me! Lol!
Don't use the type you put in swimming pools. It must be food grade. I also sprinkle a little bit on the dog's food occasionally. It's an ingredient in most dog food.

Good points

Thanks Ralph and Sierra.
At the bottom of the article is a must read warning:

· Always use food grade DE
· Avoid inhaling
· DE is drying to the eyes and skin; use precautions when applying
· Diatomaceous earth kills beneficial insects; use caution in the garden

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excellent post. thanks.

excellent post. thanks.

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This is sold at Lowe's and Home Depot in the gardening section

as a bug killer. I guess that makes sense.

Thanks for the post.