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5 Household Uses for Bentonite Clay

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5 Household Uses for Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay is an amazing all-natural alternative for detoxing our bodies inside and out. But, have you considered all the ways you could be using clay around your house? The clay’s adsorptive and absorptive properties make it a versatile household staple that everyone should keep in their […]

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Bentonite Clay vs. Diatomaceous Earth

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Difference Between Diatomaceous Earth and Bentonite Clay In forums across the web, there is a recurring discussion about bentonite clay verses diatomaceous earth (DE). Both are natural materials found in homes around the globe and both have a variety of uses. In this post, we break down the main differences between bentonite clay and diatmaceous […]

 

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Try This 4,000 Year Old Non-Toxic Pesticide

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Try This 4,000 Year Old Non-Toxic Pesticide

Like calcium bentonite clay of volcanic origin, diatomaceous earth (DE) dates back 65 million years. However, it works completely differently than calcium bentonite clay – by mechanical action – and is also an inexpensive, effective and non-toxic pesticide. What Is Diatomaceous Earth? DE is quite simply the fossilized, skeletal remains of millions of tiny diatoms. […]

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