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Serenity01
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Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I'm in good health and want to continue to be, a friend recommended this to me for cleansing.I 've been taking it for three days now, has anyone else tried it?




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WindSong
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I would also be interested to know more about this. Seems odd, but so does injecting venom to counteract venom. We know that works, so I'm wondering if this mineral does too.


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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I wish I knew how to post links, there's lots of testimonials on-line about it. It can only be bought in health food stores. I'm on my 3rd week, am going to continue.


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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I've taken it before. I never noticed any difference health wise. I still have a bag or 2 in the kitchen cupboard.


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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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Well like I said I want to stay healthy, and feel like it can't hurt to take it.


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WindSong
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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Apparently it's in toothpaste and a lot of foods we already consume.



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WindSong
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I just got around to buying some. A pound for $5. I'll start taking it soon. The lady behind the counter said 1 teaspoon a day, and drink plenty of water as it can cause fecal impactions if you take too much.


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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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When I take it, I put it in a glass of water.


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Balance888
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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This is about the third time, I've seen something about Diatomaceous earth.

How do you take it?

What are the benefits?

I'm really interested,

Love is the key


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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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It comes in powder form, I put a tablespoon in a glass of water. It's a good cleanser for our bodies.
It gets rid of harmful bacteria.


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Balance888
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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Thanks Serenity, I've just brought some, I'm going to try it.

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WindSong
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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Here's a detailed list of benefits...
http://www.earthworkshealth.com/human-use.php


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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I've also started putting a teaspoon in my hot tea.


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Balance888
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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Thank you for the link, Windsong... It's very interesting. I will see over the coming months, if it has any affect on my arthritis...

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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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quote:

I've also started putting a teaspoon in my hot tea.



I put mine in yogurt. It sure makes it taste like dirt! I can only imagine what it would make tea taste like

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Serenity01
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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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I stir it up, don't really taste it.


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Re: Diatomaceous Earth- food grade.
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According the read I get from this substance it is safe to use and beneficial.


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