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Diatomaceous earth (DE) offers an alternative method for detoxing your body, one that is cheap, simple, and effective. It doesn't require fasting or foul-tasting health foods, and many people have used it with great success. DE's naturally absorbent and abrasive nature makes it an ideal internal cleaner. As it passes through your system, it absorbs harmful toxins, and it does this without requiring you to change your diet or lifestyle.

A well-known fact among essential oil users is that rodents hate the potent smells of peppermint and lemon citrus essential oils. A well-known fact among diatomaceous earth users is that DE is highly absorbent. But what most people don't know is that when you combine DE with these essential oils, you create the most potent natural rodent repellent in existence. It works on mice, rats, voles, moles - even rabbits - and it's safe, nontoxic, humane, and smells great.

Numerous people have ingested diatomaceous earth and experienced positive results. To learn about these benefits, read our eating DE article. While diatomaceous earth is a organic and useful product, these benefits are the result of people's personal experience and opinions rather than scientific studies.

Many people report that diatomaceous earth helps them lose weight. While we don't claim DE is a weight loss wonder food, we do recognize the widespread testimonials of people who have lost weight while taking DE.

Diatomaceous earth has a variety of uses. These different uses fall under different categories depending on the intended use for diatomaceous earth. It's important to be aware of the differences and to look for food grade diatomaceous earth for most of your organic needs. Whether it's a deodorizer for your carpet or controlling fleas on your pet, food grade diatomaceous earth is the recommended grade to use. Check out the labels before you purchase any diatomaceous earth.

We are often asked, "When is the best time to take diatomaceous earth?" We want to make sure you feel confident that you are taking DE at the time that is right for you, so we want to give this question a nice, thorough answer. There are several factors to consider, and the answer isn't the same for everyone.

Food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) is a fantastic way to promote a cleaner and healthier household. It truly is a miracle mineral but there are some things you should be aware of before you use it. Here is our guide to buying, using, and consuming DE.

Using diatomaceous earth to store food is not a new idea. Many ancient cultures mixed DE into their grain to protect it from insects. This is still practiced today in agriculture for grains and animal feed. You can also use DE to help preserve food storage items such as grains, flour, legumes, rice, corn, and other dry foods. Not only does DE kill and repel insects, it also absorbs moisture, which helps keep food dry and mold-free. Another perk of using DE is that it is completely natural, so it helps eliminate the need for artificial preservatives.

A Material Safety Data Sheet provides information for occupational safety and health. It may be anything from how workers handle a particular substance, to the physical data (melting point, boiling point) of a particular substance. Many people want to know if there is an MSDS for diatomaceous earth so we have provided this for you.

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