EMs has a regenerative affect everywhere it is used. It strengthens your life force and health and prevents degenerative, pathogenic processes.
Use of EMs in agriculture
EMs promotes the rapid reproduction of beneficial microorganisms, a prerequisite for the generation of healthy soil, thus rendering optimal growth conditions for every type of plant. It is therefore possible to reach high crop yields of high-quality plants and fruits. EMs creates an excellent microbial balance which contributes to suppressing pathogenic organisms and supporting beneficial organisms.
Use of EMs in the field of animal husbandry (also bees)
A healthy environment can be created with the use of EMs, in particular owing to the reduced usage of antibiotics and chemicals. In addition, EMs-fermented organic materials used as a feed supplement contribute to animal *) health. *) Ask for the report from Pit Pau “Strong Bees with EMs”
Use of EMs in waste and sewage treatment
When treated with EMs, organic wastes can be transformed into recyclable resources through the fermentation process instead of putrefying. This takes effect not only on animal waste, but on domestic waste, compost and sewage as well. Unpleasant and hazardous odours are minimized, if not completely avoided.
Use of EMs in the environmental field
EMs can be used to promote the biodiversity in various ecosystems. EMs expedites the breakdown of sediments. In the household, EMs can be used like a home remedy for a multitude of areas: from improving room climate to cleaning to treating organic waste. In addition, EMs is being put to use successfully as a base for other products such as special cleansers, as a supplement for clays and construction materials, paints and varnishes.
Use of EMs within ceramics that can enhance water
The freshly prepared clay mass is inoculated with EMs and incubated. The fermenting process starts now in the clay sump. A uniform climate of the clay ripening room with constant temperature, air moisture and darkness is advantageous. The complete fermentation of the clay takes about two to three month, the longer the better.