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An extremely dilute formulation of silica.

Silicea is said to be useful for individuals who are nervous, irritable or have a sanguine temperament. It is used by homeopaths for persons with light complexion, malnourished children, for exhaustion, nervous prostration, etc.
There are no peer-reviewed data supporting the efficacy of homeopathy as a treatment philosophy or modality.

silicea (si·l·kāˑ),

n homeopathic remedy derived from silica; used for chronic health problems and for general weakness and anemia. Also used in cases of vertigo, numbness in legs, dizziness, and mental confusion.
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Now available in convenient 15ml sachets that do not need refrigerating, Hubner's Silicea Gastro Intestinal Gel Direct costs PS12.
QI find it hard to take the Silicea liquid you recommend for hair, nails and skin.
A:THERE are no guarantees but it's well worth trying Silicea gel, both internally and externally.
I'd also recommend one daily teaspoonful of Silicea before your main meal, taken in a glass of water or fruit juice.
ABIOFORCE'S Silicea gel can improve the strength and elasticity of the skin and promote healing.
Taking Evening Primrose Oil capsules at a dose of 1500 mg last thing at night can help loosen the overstretched skin along with applying Silicea gel to the area.
The mineral itself is hard for us to absorb but it can be taken in a liquid form, called silicea, which is more easily used by the body.
Silicea - migraine tends to begin in the neck, travel over the head and end over one eye, particularly the left.
Silicea - for cold, clammy feet and hands, profuse sweats of head and feet which don't smell.
It also contains silicea, an essential component of collagen, which is present in connective tissue such as skin.
Silicea - slow onset of illness and slow recovery, colds tend to settle in the chest.
Urticalcin is particularly useful, since it contains easily absorbed sources of calcium as well as silicea, an essential component of collagen which is present in connective tissue.