|Diatomaceous Earth to Fight Morgellons Disease 7/26/2020|
Diatomaceous Earth (DE) is a subject that invariably comes up during our Sunday Conference calls in one form or another. DE is available in our on-line store in 2 lb bags for only $10.99. It can be used several ways:
"Detoxing with diatomaceous earth is easy. Simply follow these steps:
Take about one teaspoon of food grade diatomaceous earth with water once a day. Take it on an empty stomach at least one hour before or two hours after eating. DE is nearly tasteless, but if you don't like its mildly gritty texture, try taking it in juice, yogurt, or a smoothie.
Over the next few weeks, slowly raise your DE dosage from one teaspoon to two teaspoons, taking one in the morning and one teaspoon at night. We recommend taking up to a tablespoon per day.
Be sure to drink plenty of water throughout each day to keep your system hydrated.
In her book, "Going Green Using Diatomaceous Earth," Tui Rose suggests taking DE 10 days on and 10 days off for 90 days, though many people have found different strategies that work for them. Some take it daily for a few weeks, others for years at a time. Experiment and see what works for you."• Clean the environment of organisms. It can be lightly dusted, but since it is not recommended to breathe it, it's better to spray it. Using a funnel add about 4 tablespoons into a 32 oz spray bottle and then add water, shake it up, and then spray it. Note that when you spray it, you won't see anything until the surface dries, so only a light spray is required. Get creative! To this mix, you can add ammonia, or white vinegar, or NG, or whatever you like. For instance, take a capful of NG, add in a dozen drops of peppermint, or lavender, or any essential oil and add that to the DE water mix. DE will destroy any organism - mites, Collembola, ants, fleas, centipedes, bed bugs, and so on by dehydrating and shredding the organisms.
• Apply to pets. Following instructions above, you can spray your pets. Obviously you won't use ammonia. And with cats, you won't use cinnamon, citrus, pennyroyal, peppermint, pine, sweet birch, tea tree (melaleuca), wintergreen, and ylang ylang, which are all poisonous to cats either ingested or applied to the skin.