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And:
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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Calcium Bentonite added to Food-Grade Diatomaceous Earth

I recently posted an article about my own experience of the internal, and external application of Diatomaceous Earth (DE) to my Papillon's food and bedding/lounging  places.
http://www.roadsend-papillons-phalenes.com/2013/04/positive-results-of-internal-and.html

Today I want to tell you that not only you can choose the pure DE, but you also have the choice of buying a mix of Diatomaceous Earth  with the most beneficial Calcium Bentonite.

Calcium Bentonite is a highly absorbent clay, and when ingested it absorbs toxins , impurities and harmful bacteria of your body, as it passes along. Pets, and humans alike.
It purifies.

There are many other uses of Calcium Bentonite.

Resources:
http://www.ehow.com/info_8486286_diatomaceous-earth-vs-bentonite-clay.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bentonite
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diatomaceous_earth
http://earthslivingclay.com/can-calcium-bentonite-clay-help-my-pet/

1 comment:

  1. I want to say how thrilled I am to read your posts. I am a new Papillon owner (live in OK, where Papillons are not very common) so I have found your blog & articles very valuable. I am a long time animal owner, just new to Paps & I am very much into holistic/natural treatment/remedies for our ourselves as well as our animals, but I hadn't heard of DE. I have never felt comfortable about the Frontline & Advantage but hadn't found any other option. I am excited about trying DE, a bit skeptical, but seeing your info helps me have more faith. I don't know if you answer any questions on here but I see the time difference from your 1st article on how you swapped to DE & this article, so I am wondering if it is still giving you wonderful coverage. I have a 14 year old cat that has developed a flea allergy (I am thinking this Bentonite Clay might help her get rid of this allergy) so I have to try & keep ANY fleas from biting her & their saliva getting in her skin. So if this DE isn't as good as the conventional product, it could do more harm to her than good. One flea bite will give her a silver dollar size bare spot in her fur, from obsessive licking as well as the skin reaction. Thank you very much for sharing. And Thank You for posting your Papi's fun pics, they are so beautiful!!

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