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How to Kill Parasites in Soil

How to Kill Parasites in Soil

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-08-05Views:130

The idea of parasites living in soil is the stuff of horror movies. Unfortunately, adult parasites and their eggs actually do inhabit soil, grass, sand and a variety of other ground material. Walking and spending time on infected soil puts you at ris[More]

What foods kill parasites?

What foods kill parasites?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-12-02Views:130

Intestinal parasites often go unnoticed, but sometimes they become a problem, with resulting digestive problems, gas and other health issues. Foods can be a powerful ally to guard the body from new parasites and to get rid of existing infections. You[More]

How to kill parasites with activated charcoal

How to kill parasites with activated charcoal

Category:StyleRelease time:2013-07-06Views:130

Parasites, if left unchecked, can thrive and accumulate in your digestive system and lead to a broad range of health issues including diarrhoea, fever and significant loss of energy. Activated charcoal alone is not sufficient, but when included as pa[More]

How to use lime to kill parasites

How to use lime to kill parasites

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-21Views:130

Agricultural lime is effective in killing parasites because it creates an inhospitable breeding environment. Parasites or eggs present will die when they come in contact with it. Agricultural lime should not be confused with hydrated lime--also known[More]

Grapefruit Seed Extract to Kill Parasites

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-18Views:130

If you want to strengthen your immune system and get rid of impurities such as parasites in your digestive tract, a natural remedy such as grapefruit seed may be effective. However, it's important to know how much to take and how often to take the su[More]

How to Kill Parasites With Skin Treatments

How to Kill Parasites With Skin Treatments

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-06-20Views:130

Nothing makes your skin crawl like parasites. The very idea of bugs burrowing in your skin is repugnant to most people. However, no one has to live with skin parasites for long. Topical skin treatments are available to treat scabies and lice, the two[More]

Is Weed Killer Safe on Soil & Pets?

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-09-16Views:130

Any chemical available for a lawn or garden is dangerous if spilt in large quantities or ingested, no matter how safe the chemical claims to be, particularly the kinds that need to be diluted before use (called concentrates). However, when used prope[More]

Pomegranate to Kill Parasites

Pomegranate to Kill Parasites

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-08-23Views:130

Pomegranate has been touted as a superfood with a variety of health benefits. For many years, pomegranate has been used to treat or prevent intestinal parasites. The most common parasites found in humans are roundworms, pinworms and tapeworms. Eating[More]

Does Pomegranate Juice Kill Parasites?

Does Pomegranate Juice Kill Parasites?

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-11-01Views:130

Parasites are small worms that live in the digestive tract, often causing various health problems. While doctors can prescribe drugs to deal with them, some people use natural remedies, such as pomegranate juice, instead. Pomegranates Mankind has cul[More]

What elements can kill parasitic worms?

What elements can kill parasitic worms?

Category:LifestyleRelease time:2014-06-16Views:130

Parasitic worms colonise human and animal bodies and can spread at viral speed. Also known as helminths, they include many varieties of flatworms (like tapeworms and liver flukes) and roundworms (nematodes) such as ascaris, hookworms, trichinella and[More]

Natural remedies to treat internal parasites in dogs

Natural remedies to treat internal parasites in dogs

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-05-04Views:130

In otherwise healthy dogs, internal parasites may cause no problems. However, if your dog becomes stressed or sick, these parasites can cause trouble. Hookworm, tapeworm, roundworm and whipworm require specific remedies. Heartworm requires medical tr[More]

Information on Food-Grade Diatomaceous Earth and Parasites

Information on Food-Grade Diatomaceous Earth and Parasites

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-12Views:130

Food-grade diatomaceous earth (sometimes referred to as fossil flour) is made up of the fossilised shells of diatoms (which are single-celled organisms). These shells are ground up into a very fine powder. There is also diatomaceous earth that is use[More]

DIY Parasite Cleanse

Category:HealthRelease time:2014-01-08Views:130

If you have been diagnosed with a parasite, you might want to consider conducting your own parasite cleanse. A parasite cleanse will eliminate parasites that have invaded your body and organs. You can buy drugs from the pharmacy for this purpose, but[More]

Raw Pumpkin Seeds and Parasites

Raw Pumpkin Seeds and Parasites

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-04-07Views:130

Intestinal parasites can be a problem for both humans and animals. Pinworms, tapeworms and roundworms are the most common parasites in the United States. Most parasitic infestations occur by contact with infected faeces, contaminated food or water. P[More]

What Organisms Does Isopropyl Alcohol Kill?

What Organisms Does Isopropyl Alcohol Kill?

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-11-17Views:130

Isopropyl alcohol is the main ingredient in rubbing alcohol, a product available at most supermarkets and pharmacies. It is noted for its disinfectant properties, but has also been used in solvents and other chemical applications. Isopropyl alcohol a[More]

How to Build Your Own Compost Sterilizers

How to Build Your Own Compost Sterilizers

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-10-18Views:130

Composting is a bacteria- and insect-laden process because both are needed to break down organic materials. Most bacteria and insects in compost help new plants. But occasionally, disease, parasites or fungi can infect compost and soil. Sterilising t[More]

How to Use Salt to Treat Pond Weeds

How to Use Salt to Treat Pond Weeds

Category:HomeRelease time:2015-04-05Views:130

Ponds are a tranquil and attractive addition to any landscape. Not only do they add beauty, but they also attract wildlife such as turtles, frogs and deer. Many home gardeners also raise fish (most commonly koi) in their ponds. Aquatic plants help ba[More]

Polytunnel Gardening

Polytunnel Gardening

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-05Views:130

Polytunnels, commonly known as hoophouses and high tunnels, are suitable for backyard gardeners and commercial farms in all areas of the country. Using polytunnels extends the growing season by warming soil, retaining warmth overnight and protecting[More]

How do white blood cells work?

How do white blood cells work?

Category:HealthRelease time:2012-09-13Views:130

White Blood Cells: Immune System Attack Dogs White blood cells, also known as leukocytes, are cells that float freely in the blood and fight against infectious disease and foreign materials in the body. There are five different types of white blood c[More]

How to treat a skin irritation on a labrador retriever

How to treat a skin irritation on a labrador retriever

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-10-08Views:130

The Labrador retriever is the most popular dog breed in the U.S., according to American Kennel Club rankings. This is because Labs are intelligent, easily trained and loving dogs that thrive in family settings. They are loyal companions to adults and[More]

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