Millions of years ago, many landmasses that are present today were covered by ancient seas. Diatoms lived in these ancient seas and when they died, they settled on the seafloor. Over time, massive deposits were formed that we call Diatomaceous Earth.
What’s so special about diatoms is that they have the ability to process silica. In fact, diatomaceous earth is composed of about 85% silica. This is why diatomaceous earth is a white, chalky, or clay-like powder.
Small amounts of Diatomaceous Earth absorb into the bloodstream as silica. Silica plays an important role in many body functions and has a direct relationship to mineral absorption. Regular use may help lower high blood pressure and cholesterol.
Mix 1 scoop in 6 ounces of water once per day for three weeks. Stop for three weeks, then repeat or as instructed by your healthcare practitioner
- 14-ounce canister