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What is Silica Plus
In the human body, silica is essential for bone formation and connective tissue. Healthy hair, skin, nails and flexible arteries would be impossible without silica. Silica is critical to our well being, but it's difficult to assimilate from a normal diet. Supplementing our silica intake on a regular basis may be extremely beneficial for conditions such as arthritis, osteoprosis, poor hair growth and poor skin growth.
Silica supplementation may increase collagen 1 (one) in growing bones, from which everyone at every age can benefit. As our bodies age they use increased levels of silica but may not be able to replenish it as quickly or as easily as when we were young. According the suppliers, silica supplementation becomes increasingly valuable as we get older.
Silica loss in humans differs according to individual metabolism and nutritional habits. It averages 10 mg to 40 mg per 24-hour period. Silica loss is constant and unavoidable. It should be factored into any supplementation program. All in all, our bodies need silica to keep them repaired and to maintain health and vitality.
Suggested Use :-
Shake well. Add Silica Plus to eight ounces of purified water or juice and take orally during or after meals. We recommend you test your level of toxicity by using 6-10 drops of Silica Plus once a day for 5 days. Then gradually increase the dosage over about two weeks until you are using a maintenance amount of 15 drops three times daily.
Expected results :-
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