Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth, 6 Pound, Non-Toxic Organic, Powder, Safe for Humans, Dogs - Cats
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- MAKE A SAFE CHOICE FOR YOUR FAMILY AND PETS. Our DE is non-toxic, organic, edible
- A NATURAL, INEXPENSIVE MIRACLE PRODUCT with many, many household and garden uses
- FROM THE PUREST DE DEPOSIT IN THE US. Gentler processing makes it more effective
- ONE OF THE COOLEST NATURAL PRODUCTS OUT THERE. We'll buy it back if you disagree
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Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is Safe Enough for Human or Animal Consumption
- Listed with the Organic Materials Review Institute
Diatomaceous Earth is made up of the fossilized remains of ancient fresh water, hard-shelled algae. The unique shape of Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth and its very high silica content create a powder that has many household uses including homemade deodorant, toothpaste, facial masks and scrubs and many more. Vi-Olivia Diatomaceous Earth is sourced from one of the purest deposits in the world.- 89 - 95% amorphous silica
- Contains less than one half of 1% of crystalline silica
- Vi-Olivia DE is almost pure white. Darker colored Diatomaceous Earth often contains impurities such as iron and clay
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When ancient algae called diatoms died, their skeletal remains were left behind and can be found in large quantities below Earth’s surface. Mined today as diatomaceous earth, the tiny skeletons are an abrasive somewhat like pumice.
Since diatomaceous earth is so scratchy, it can be an irritant to the eyes, causing them to water and redden. Usually, flushing the eyes with water for at least 15 minutes will remove the irritation.
Some people also find that diatomaceous earth irritates the skin and causes red patches and itching. These symptoms, too, can be minimized by rinsing the affected area with water.
The lungs and mucous membranes are especially susceptible to harm by diatomaceous earth. Inhaling the powder can cause coughing or lead to difficulty breathing. Getting fresh air helps clear out the irritant.
Long-term exposure to diatomaceous earth can lead to silicosis, a non-cancerous lung disease that causes scarring of the lung tissue. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified crystalline silicates, including diatomaceous earth, as a carcinogen.