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Garbage enzyme

Garbage Enzyme

1. What is Dr. Ros’s Garbage Enzyme?

1.1             Dr. Ros’s Garbage Enzyme is a complex organic substance of protein chain and mineral salt and juvenile hormone.

1.2             Enzyme’s Function:

  • Catalysis
  • Resolve / decompose
  • Transform / Change
  • Compose / make up / combination

1.1.           As a result of catalysis, ozone is produced, which can reduce the amount of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere and thus reduce global warming.

1.2.           This enzyme can be produced easily with the organic waste from the kitchen.

1.3.           If each household in the world could use this method to dispose kitchen waste thus increasing ozone in the atmosphere, we could do our part to save the environment.

2. Why should we make Garbage Enzyme?

2.1       Green House Effect:

Green House Effect is caused by green house gasses. Greenhouse gases are like a blanket. If they are at the right thickness, the Earth won’t be too hot or too cold. Many experts now think the way we burning fossil fuel and adding chemicals to the atmosphere is causing the blanket to become thicker. This makes Earth warmer, an effect knows as Global warming.

2.1             What are Global Warming and the Effect?

Global warming is referring to the increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s in recent decades and the effects are projected to be continued.

Via the greenhouse effects and natural phenomena such as solar variation combined with volcanoes have probably show us a small warming effect ever since pre-industrial times from 1950.

Climate models referenced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) project that global surface temperatures are likely to increase by 1.1 to 6.4 °C (2.0 to 11.5 °F) between 1990 and 2100.

An increase in global temperatures is expected to cause other changes, including sea level rise, increased intensity of extreme weather events, and changes in the amount and pattern of precipitation rain fall. Other effects include changes in agricultural yields, glacier retreat, species extinctions and increases in the range of disease vectors.

The increasing frequency of summer heat waves in temperate zones, typhoons, hurricanes and floods are signs of the changing weather and climate patterns across the globe.

According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 77,000 deaths are recorded annually in the Asia-Pacific region due to health problems arising from global warming. Among the potential effects of global warming would be the appearance of mosquitoes in areas where they were previously absent, with the accompanying threat of malaria and dengue fever. There is also the risk of reduced rainfall in some regions, causing a shortage of fresh water, thus introducing the danger of waterborne diseases.

2.3       Newspaper News:NST 2007/05/03

GLOBAL WARMING: Final warning… Will Malaysia be arid like Africa?

As global warming looms, many scientists are sounding the alarm. Some are predicting doom. How will it affect Malaysians? Are we prepared for it? MINDERJEET KAUR wades through the gloom to find out KUALA LUMPUR: Heat waves, floods, costlier food, water shortages and more diseases. Malaysians must prepare for these over the next 20 years.

Global warming could even turn Malaysia into an arid state akin to Africa’s parched states, according to a weather expert.
And no less a person than Natural Resources and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Azmi Khalid says 1,200 sq km of coastline will be under water if no measures are taken to tackle global warming.
The journal Environment and Urbanization, in its latest issue, quoted a recent study which showed that more than two-thirds of the world’s large cities were in areas vulnerable to global warming and rising sea levels. Some 600 million people could be affected.
Malaysians are already feeling the effects of freak weather patterns and now experts warn that by 2025, higher temperatures will cause prolonged droughts and intense floods.
The impact is likely to reduce food supply, causing the prices of vegetables, rice, seafood, fruits and meat to rise………..

2.4       Mr.  Al Gore:

In one especially disquieting slide, we are told that “if half of Greenland and half of the Antarctic polar ice region melt,” numerous big cities around the world will be partially or almost fully submerged by varying sea levels, including parts of Lower Manhattan, San Francisco, Beijing, India, Bangladesh.  In the last three places, “millions and millions of people would die,” Mr. Al Gore cites, with millions more taking on the status of displaced citizens.

2.5       Enzyme Anti Greenhouse effect

As the result in enzyme production, O3 + NO3 + CO3 generated could purify the cloud and becomes white color; due to reflection from the sea the sky looks blue. But, instead dark cloud which accumulated a lot of heavy metal become greenhouse effect and more heat are trapped on the earth. The O3 from Garbage Enzyme could reduce the heavy metal in the cloud thus heat are released from the earth, that’s maintaining the earth’s temperature and save the atmosphere and global.

If every household make enzyme, this would help in anti global warming effectively.

More NO3 in the air can feed the plant. The plants will growth well. The root can let the animal alive, and animal give their waste to the plant more hormone and nutrition.

For Agriculture

Reduce over-use of chemicals in the agriculture. Keep the farm free from infections and insects. Enzyme can fertilize the soil for healthy vegetable growing. It is natural hormone for plants and trees as well as natural herbicide and Pesticide. Enzyme can also cultivate sandy land to fertile farm land which is suitable for planting.

It also keeps the air in the farm atmosphere clean and cool, clean impure and dirty water in the farm.

3.3.3 For House Hold

Enzyme is a popular household cleanser, cleaning with enzyme is a smart way to avoid using harsh chemicals. By the end those            Enzyme will reach to the river & the sea and it will safe our environment.

  • Remove the foul odor, mold and grime in kitchen and bathroom
  • Anti bacterial and virus
  • Help in driving away insects
  • Remove odor from pets and cigarettes
  • For ticks and carpets
  • For ironing and washing
  • For hallway and bedroom
  • For car maintenance

Making Enzyme


Brown Sugar / Molasses                              :           1

Garbage (chop to smaller pieces)              :           3

Water                                                              :           10


  • Mix brown sugar with water, add in the garbage.
  • Leave some space for fermentation.
  • Enzyme will form and ready to use in 3 months
  • Make sure the container is air tight.
  • Push the floating garbage downward once a while.
  • The enzyme is ready to use in 3 months. The residue can be reuse for the next production by adding fresh garbage. It can be use as fertilizer by drying the residue, blending and buried in the ground


  • Enzyme adds with water to dilute, it become more power.
  • Enzyme for fertilizer, 1:1000
  • Enzyme for insecticide, 1:1000
  • Enzyme for pesticide, 1:100
  • For anti odour / air re-freshener,: dilute 200x
  • As plant hormone to get more flower and fruit: dilute 500x.
  • For Shampoo, Dish wash, Detergent, use enzyme: add half tea spoon in shampoo (1 tea spoon for 500cc; 1 table spoon for 1 lit) to enhance the nutrients and reduce chemical side effect.

February 4, 2009 - Posted by | Organic Gardening


  1. I had read around the web about this “Garbage Enzymes” but it seems that all I get is information re-distributed from two sources and only from Malaysia. Just wondering, do you have any other resources to support the above claims? I would like to try it myself but not patience enough to have it proved 3 months later.

    Comment by St. Kyle | March 11, 2009 | Reply

  2. I was given a bottle of enzyme recently, meant for plants, I was not told how to use it, after mixing it with water at 1:1000, do I spray the mixture onto the leaves or do I water the plants with this mixture, please advise, thank you.

    Comment by Lim Eng Keat | April 1, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hey, nice tips. Perhaps I’ll buy a glass of beer to that person from that forum who told me to go to your blog 🙂

    Comment by Heartburn Home Remedy | April 15, 2009 | Reply

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