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Diatomaceous Earths

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Diatomaceous Earths

Diatomaceous earth is made from the fossilized remains of tiny, aquatic organisms called diatoms. Their skeletons are made of a natural substance called silica. Over a long period of time, diatoms accumulated in the sediment of rivers, streams, lakes, and oceans. Today, silica deposits are mined from these areas. Food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) is a delicate abrasive that is likewise very permeable. DE is completely made of silica, a critical segment of human tendons, ligament, and musculature. This one of a kind resume makes DE one of the least expensive and most flexible wellbeing items available. Diatomaceous earth acts as a...

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Burns, Bites & Abrasions...

Posted by Bradley Lewis on

Burns, Bites & Abrasions...

Calcium Bentonite Clay can be an effective way to treat all sorts of burns, bites, bee stings and abrasions. Burns coated with clay seem to heal faster and leave less of a scar when treated with clay. Bites, itch less and heal quicker. Bee stings are the same and abrasions often disappear overnight. For all skin damage, apply cold clay, in thick poultices, to the the entire area. Reapply wet poultices until the tenderness subsides. Bentonite Clay also reduces the risk of infection and absorbs all the impurities found in the wound. If an abrasion is bleeding you can sprinkle dry...

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Reversing the Effects of Lead Exposure with Bentonite Clay

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The recent water crisis in Flint, Mich has had tragic effects on adults, children, and pets in and around the area who believed that the water provided to them by the city was safe to use and drink as normal. Even small amounts of ingested lead can be dangerous, and sadly, the effects of lead poisoning can be life altering. As such, many Flint residents are naturally afraid to consume the water, and are wondering what they can do to reverse the effects of lead exposure they have already been forced to endure. In order for the water supply to decontaminate,...

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Silica -the Anti-Aging Mineral in Bentonite Clay

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Silica -the Anti-Aging Mineral  in Bentonite Clay

Silica dioxide is the dominant element in clays, yet it is the one most overlooked by consumers and others that research clay. Understanding the role of silica explains in some part, how calcium bentonite clay works so magnificently for a multitude of issues. Bentonite clay is a natural source of silica dioxide, which is a […]

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Natural Remedies for Lyme Disease

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The number of cases of Lyme disease has more than doubled over the last 15 years. Etymologists and other experts anticipate the number of incidents of Lyme disease to rise due to growth of the tick habitat resulting from a warming climate. Recently, scientists have discovered that the bacteria that causes Lyme disease is also […]

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