Bone Healing After Surgery

 Most people think that the mending of a fractured bone is due to the body's calcium levels.  The sequence of healing a fracture is to first form a matrix between the bone, at the fracture site.  The basic ingredient of the matrix is silica.  Then the calcium comes into the healing process by filling in the matrix area, creating a knit.  It’s been shown that with large doses of silica you can shorten healing time by 30%.

Silicon has been recognized as essential trace element for connective tissue in bone and cartilage.  Also Silicon may counteract the effects of aluminum, both in osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s disease according to published research.

An important study conducted at the School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) shows that Silicon-supplemented bones have a 100 percent increase in collagen when compared with low-silicon bones.  The end result is more and faster bone growth in the presence of silicon.

Professor Louis C. Kervran, member of the New York Academy of Science, in referring to Charnot’s experiments felt that excessively heavy doses of silica, especially the mineral one, can cause de-calcification, that that it is not only important to avoid mineral silica but to not overdose on herbal silica.

The silicon content of Equisetum (horsetail herb) allows for yields up to a maximum of 2 to 2 ½ % of the pure ortho, or correct form of soluble/colloidal chelated Silica plus the associated bio-flavonoids is separated from the inorganic Quartz form of Silica and concentrated to give the final highest quality and potency Equisetum/Silica product possible.

Protocol for Bone Fractures

Take 5 Tablets 3 times a day for 24 days – This is 3 bottles of 120 tablets
I haven t seen any one have an allergic reaction to silica but it may cause constipation.  If you do have problems discontinue or go to a smaller dose.

**Again do not confuse mineral silica from quartz with the herbal Equisetum (horse tail form).

***Disclaimer:   This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  This is not construed as dental/medical advice.