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Living Silica® on the Electrical Balance of our Cells

The comprehensive and effective action of organic silica in joints, immune system, liver or bones, suggests that all the electric levels of the cells in the body are strengthened by it.

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ORGONO Living Silica Increases Collagen Levels.

The following study "in vitro" of SILICIUM LABORATORIES confirms the effectiveness of Living Silica in collagen production. The results show that Living Silica does not present any cytotoxicity regarding human fibroblasts.

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What is Living Silica?®

Living Silica® or Monomethylsilanetriol, known as G5 in Europe, is the patented active ingredient.

It was developed by the French Doctor of Sciences and World Silica-Specialist, Le Ribault, following the studies of the chemist, Duffaut, who worked with molecules of medical interest for 40 years, particularly initial generation silanols. Le Ribault invented a procedure in which unsuspected characteristics of any particle could be discovered, such as the exact worldwide origin of a grain of...

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ORGONO Living Silica is used by NBA player Ricky Rubio

The NBA player Ricky Rubio uses Living Silica Sports Recovery and Living Silica Collagen Booster Gel products after  intense training sessions, to speed recovery and prevent injury. Both himself and his medical team consider it imperative after having suffered an injury that lasted several months.

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PhD Loïc le Ribault, Silicium Scientist.

A Tribute to Loic le Ribault

(April 18, 1947 – June 7, 2007)

There are a few scientists who have advanced the study of orthomolecular nutrition and Loic le Ribault is certainly among them. His discovery of the process of developing a high potency form of organic silica could potentially revolutionize the treatment of wounds, psoriasis, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, and a myriad of ailments plaguing mankind today. Organic silica happens to be one mineral that most people are deficient...

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Silica-Rich Food. Foods to Fight Silica Deficiency.

How to get more silica from food?

According to published data, a Western-type diet provides between 19 and 31 mg of Si per day. On average, the American diet contains about 30 mg per day of silicon each day. Vegetables are the richest sources of silicon in human food, and they can supply and increase our body reserves better than meat or fruits. Hence, vegetarians often have higher silicon intakes than meat-eaters do.

The modern diet...

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Studies have shown that silica deficiency can cause deformities in peripheral bones and the skull; reduce cartilage, which you need for healthy joints, interrupt collagen production, and interrupt the mineral balance in your femur and vertebrae.

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What are the benefits of Silica in the Respiratory System?

The respiratory systems bring life to our bodies. Silica supplements can help us take care of these systems. Lung damage, particularly in smokers is a very serious condition. The use of silica supplements can help alleviate this problem by helping in the repair of lung tissues. Other benefits of silica include restoring elasticity to lung tissue and the upper respiratory tract.

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