Diatomaceous earth (D.E.) is a powder made from sedimentary soft rock. The rock is high in silica and comes from fossilized algae known as diatoms—fossilized remains of tiny, aquatic organisms that have collected in the sediment of lakes, streams, rivers, and oceans.
The deposits contain silica and come in many forms including sand, quartz, clay, and even asbestos. Silica is commonly found in nature, with diatomaceous earth being a concentrated source. Silica is sought after for industrial and commercial use, as well as its possible health benefit.
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