Our powder, made from the finest naturopathic-grade Diatomaceous Earth in the world, is rich in absorbable iron, silica and other essential nutrients such as magnesium and calcium. It helps to gently sweep the gut and gently wipe it clean. We source our Diatomaceous Earth from the best source in the world, found in the United States, to ensure that it's the lightest and finest quality around, the Australian version just doesn't cut it when it comes to purity and quality!.
how do i use it?
All you need to do is put a tablespoon of my Love Your Gut Powder into a glass, mix it with water and drink it down.
A healthy gut is vital to your health. Your lower gastrointestinal tract is home to almost 100 trillion microorganisms, most of which, are bacteria. They are mostly, "good" bacteria that help us digest food and release the energy and nutrients we need. They also crowd out bacteria that can trigger disease. But when things go awry in our guts, they can also go awry with our immune system and in our brains which can lead to digestive problems, weight gain, depression, anxiety and further disease.
what does it taste of?
Diatomaceous Earth is flavourless, which means you can add it into daily meals and smoothies.
how long does a pack last?
Providing you use it everyday, one pack should last a month.
Is it safe?
Sure is.Take about one teaspoon of food grade diatomaceous earth with water once a day. It's best used on an empty stomach at least one hour before or two hours after eating. Drink an additional cup of water after each dose to improve its effects.
Precaution should be taken with Diatomaceous Earth is around breathing the dust. It is an extremely fine powder similar to talcum powder and will cause a similar reaction to breathing talcum powder.
Naturally, keep the powder well away from your face when handling it and keep out of the reach of children.
Why you've never heard of it?
You may never have heard of diatomaceous earth before, but chances are you’ve consumed it. Common products contain diatomaceous earth like dusts, powders and pressurized liquids that are used on the outside of buildings, on farms, in gardens, and in human and pet foods.
It usually comes in the form of a white powder and is also used in water filtering, food manufacturing, skin products and farming to naturally eliminate viruses, insects, parasites and other harmful organisms by binding to them and drying them out. It also has the ability to improve the body’s use of calcium, improve bone mineralisation, protect joints and fight effects of aging.
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Pharmacy and supermarket shelves are packed with a myriad of herbal remedies for common ailments, especially with winter on its way.
On closer inspection these products are mostly derived from non indigenous plants, which have a long history of medicinal use in Europe.
We need to embrace of NZ native plants.
For instance, Murdoch Riley’s book “Maori Healing and Herbal” has pages of medicinal information, reflecting the depth of Maori knowledge developed over centuries of observation and use.
These plant remedies are still widely used today, by both Maori and pakeha (non Maori) the ritual and spiritual aspects are still relevant in Maori communities.
But we don't use them??? I think knowing about their special properties enriches our experience of native plants, and provides another reason to keep biodiversity in Aotearoa.
Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum, or pepper tree)
Kawakawa is an easily recognized shrub, with aromatic, heart-shaped leaves, that grows widely in coastal regions.
Kawakawa gives us a clue as to why the first arrivals here from Polynesia called it that. The leaves are like its relative, kava (Piper methysticum), used widely in the South Pacific, Kava has a narcotic effect.
Kawakawa leaves are highly valued for relieving bronchial complaints. Boil a handful of the fresh, young leaves in a small saucepan of water for 15-20 minutes, then drink half a cup of the liquid to relieve chesty coughs.
To make a distinguished tea, for use as a general tonic, it’s best to dry the leaves first, then use a small quantity in a teapot. It’s very good for relieving indigestion.
The fruits and leaves were chewed for toothache – swallow the saliva and keep the leaf matter in your mouth for some time. (The active ingredient is myristicin, which is related to eugenol, a dental analgesic)
Kawakawa leaves were commonly used in hot baths for rheumatic and arthritic pains.
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