Diatomaceous earth is a natural product made up of fossilised remains of tiny aquatic organisms called diatoms. Usually, it comes in the form of a white powder and used in water filtering, food manufacturing, skin products and farming. It naturally eliminates free radicals, viruses, parasites and harmful organisms by binding to them and drying them out.
This product has multiple uses, from household cleaning to taking care of hair, skin and nails. It can be found in two different forms: food grade and non-food grade. Due to its natural detoxifying, antiviral and anti-parasitic effects, it’s being used in household, beauty, food and pesticide products since the sixties. The raw material used to make this product are taken directly from the sea, because diatom silica deposits accumulate in the sediment of river, streams, lakes and oceans over time.
Popular uses of diatomaceous earth includes removing carpet stains, polishing & cleaning metal, removing oil stains from garage & driveway floors, deodorising the fridge, freezer, rubbish bin, and shoes etc. It’s also used for beauty purposes such as cleansing the face, cleaning teeth by combining it with toothpaste etc. Controlling household pests such as cockroaches, silverfish, ants, bed bugs, flies and fleas and flea control for household pets like cats and dogs can also be done using diatomaceous earth.
Here’s the benefits of diatomaceous earth:
It detoxifies the body
This product works as a great detoxifier for our body, as it kills viruses and parasites responsible for various illnesses. It helps to cleanse the digestive tract, reduce odours and boost liver function.
Helps clean and protect hair, skin and nails
The natural abrasive quality of diatomaceous earth makes it a major element in toothpastes, skin exfoliators, polishes and skin scrubs. Similar to other beneficial clays, it dries our harmful toxins and leaves behind clean, smoothed skin. It also have anti-aging effects on skin, hair and nails.
Helps purify water
Diatomaceous earth is a key element in water filters and fish tanks to prevent toxicity. It’s also used in manufacturing beverages like beer and wine, syrups, sugar, and honey in order to keep their colour, taste and nutritional properties intact.
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