What's Garbage Enzyme?
Garbage enzyme is a complex solution produced by fermentation of fresh kitchen waste (fruits and vegetables dregs), sugar (brown sugar, jaggery or molasses sugar) and water. It is dark brown and has a strong sweet sour fermented scent. Garbage enzyme is a multipurpose liquid and its applications covers household, agriculture, animal husbandry etc.
Garbage enzyme is developed by Dr. Rosukon from Thailand. She has been actively involved in enzyme research for more than 30 years and encourages people to make garbage enzyme at home to ease global warming.
Garbage enzyme is the solution to recover our ozone layer and lower the global temperature.
From day one you start making garbage enzyme, its catalyses process Will release ozone gas (O3). O3 can reduce carbon dioxide (C02) in the atmo sphere and heavy metal that traps heat in the cloud. Hence heat can be released from the Earth,
Ireducing greenhouse and global warming effects.
Enzyme convert ammonia to nitrate (NO3), a natural hormone and nutrient for plants. Meanwhile it con verts carbon dioxide to carbonate (C03) which is beneficial to sea plants and marine life.
Discover the endless benefits of this Earth-saving enzyme you can make in your kitchen. It is rewarding to heal the Earth.
- Save money:
- Turn kitchen waste to DIY natural house-hold cleaners.
- Multiple usage:
- Natural household cleaner; air purifier; deodoriser; insecticide; detergent; body care; car care: organic fertiliser, etc
- Reduce pollution:
- Methane gas released from disposed garbage can trap 21 times more heat than CO2, worsen the global warming condition.
- Purify air:
- Remove odour. Dissolve toxic air released from smoking, car exhaust, chemical residues from household products, etc.
- Purity underground water:
- Enzyme that flow underground will eventually purify the river and the sea.
- Natural pesticides:
- Reduce mosquitoes. flies, rats or cockroaches etc.
- Anti-bacterial and virus:
- Natural antiseptic for your home.
- Prevent drainpipe blockage:
- Release residues accumulated in the pipe of basins or toilet bowls.
Credits goes to Dr. Rosukon and Dr.(H) Joean Onn for sharing this valueble knowledge.
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