The AMAZING DIATOMACEOUS EARTH AND OUT TOP 3 FAVOURITE USES… WOW!
Die Bug Die!! Diatomaceous Earth (often referred to as “DE”), when sprinkled on a bug that has an exoskeleton, it disintegrate the waxy coating so that their innards turn into teeny tiny bug jerky.
DE doesn’t hurt mammals, and we can also consume it, provided its organic food grade. Please note! We only use pure food grade Diatomaceous Earth, not any other types!
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Mined out of old lakebeds, Diatomaceous Earth is a naturally occurring product that is organic and safe to use around family and pets. Here are our Top 3 favorite uses of DE.
1. Natural Pesticide Against Bugs and Fleas
DE is a natural and safe insects, fleas, and bugs repellent. Dust in the interior rooms and the external pouch of your house to repel and kill insects. Some of the common insects will include cockroaches, fleas on cats and dogs, ticks, and bedbugs just to name a few.
2. Consuming Organic Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth
DE has a chemical component known as silica of which food grade DE can be as high as 85%! AS a result of the silica, potential health benefits includes healthier, stronger hair and nails. DE also increased the skin elasticity and lowers blood cholesterol.
3. Vegetable Garden Pest Control
Bothered by flying and ground insects? After watering your vegetables and plants, lightly dust Diatomaceous Earth on the surface and underneath the plant. Doing this will naturally repel and destroy some of the creepy crawlers. Do this in the morning to allow the DE to dry.
I am sure you there are many other fascinating uses of DE, please share this with us your secrets so that we can all grow in knowledge.
Watch Tutorial Video Below On Using Diatomaceous Earth For Pest Control For Your Vegetable Garden
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