waste matter

NOUN
  1. any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted
    they collect the waste once a week
    much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers
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  • Also, the toxins from this excess waste matter can be reabsorbed into the bloodstream and circulated throughout the body, causing many problems.
  • Screening followed, separating waste matter from the fines, or powdered borates.
  • These toxins prevent the body absorbing nutrients from food, and poison it by retaining waste matter which should have been ‘flushed’ away.
  • The waste matter for the blue bin includes papers, magazines, cardboard, food tins, aluminium drink cans, milk cartons and plastic bottles.
  • If the liver is overworked or not functioning properly, it can't convert toxins into waste matter for elimination, and you can end up literally poisoning yourself - a process called autointoxication.
  • The waste matter would have to be chopped and mixed fairly well in the earth.
  • The only thing that kept this room from being a perfect sphere was the cylinder jutting from the wall to collect waste matter.
  • Hot fomentation should be applied to open up the skin pores and squeeze out the waste matter. Natural Remedies for Curing Acne
  • I explained that reflexology encourages the body to release waste matter and promote self-healing.
  • Paul sends me this story about a process to convert any waste matter into oil, gas and water.
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