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Silica (Silicea)
Started by: girilal at September 18 2006

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Silica (Silicea) By: girilal
New Jersey USA
  
September 18 2006

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SILICEA TERRA
Silica. Pure Flint
(SILICEA)


Imperfect assimilation and consequent defective nutrition. It goes further and produces neurasthenic states in consequence, and increased susceptibility to nervous stimuli and exaggerated reflexes. Diseases of bones, caries and necrosis. Silica can stimulate the organism to re-absorb fibrotic conditions and scar-tissue. In phthisis must be used with care, for here it may cause the absorption of scar-tissue, liberate the disease, walled in, to new activities (J. Weir). Organic changes; it is deep and slow in action. Periodical states; abscesses, quinsy, headaches, spasms, epilepsy, feeling of coldness before an attack. Keloid growth. Scrofulous, rachitic children, with large head open fontanelles and sutures, distended abdomen, slow in walking. Ill effects of vaccination. Suppurative processes. It is related to all fistulous burrowings. Ripens abscesses since it promotes suppuration. Silica patient is cold, chilly, hugs the fire, wants plenty warm clothing, hates drafts, hands and feet cold, worse in winter. Lack of vital heat. Prostration of mind and body. Great sensitiveness to taking cold. Intolerance of alcoholic stimulants. Ailments attended with pus formation. Epilepsy. Want of grit, moral or physical.

Mind.--Yielding, faint-hearted, anxious. Nervous and excitable. Sensitive to all impressions. Brain-fag. Obstinate, headstrong children. Abstracted. Fixed ideas; thinks only of pins, fears them, searches and counts them.

Head.--Aches from fasting. Vertigo from looking up; better, wrapping up warmly; when lying on left side (Magnes mur; Strontia). Profuse sweat of head, offensive, and extends to neck. Pain begins at occiput, and spreads over head and settles over eyes. Swelling in the glabella.

Eyes.--Angles of eyes affected. Swelling of lachrymal duct. Aversion to light, especially daylight; it produces dazzling, sharp pain through eyes; eyes tender to touch; worse when closed. Vision confused; letters run together on reading. Styes. Iritis and irido-choroiditis, with pus in anterior chamber. Perforating or sloughing ulcer of cornea. Abscess in cornea after traumatic injury. Cataract in office workers. After-effects of keratitis and ulcus cornæ, clearing the opacity. Use 30th potency for months.

Ears.--Fetid discharge. Caries of mastoid. Loud pistol-like report. Sensitive to noise. Roaring in ears.

Nose.--Itching at point of nose. Dry, hard crusts form, bleeding when loosened. Nasal bones sensitive. Sneezing in morning. Obstructed and loss of smell. Perforation of septum.

Face.--Skin cracked on margin of lips. Eruption on chin. Facial neuralgia, throbbing, tearing, face red; worse, cold damp.

Mouth.--Sensation of a hair on tongue. Gums sensitive to cold air. Boils on gums. Abscess at root of teeth. Pyorrhea (Merc cor). Sensitive to cold water.

Throat.--Periodical quinsy. Pricking as of a pin in tonsil. Colds settle in throat. Parotid glands swollen (Bell; Rhus; Calc). Stinging pain on swallowing. Hard, cold swelling of cervical glands.

Stomach.--Disgust for meat and warm food. On swallowing food, it easily gets into posterior nares. Want of appetite; thirst excessive. Sour eructations after eating (Sepia; Calc). Pit of stomach painful to pressure. Vomiting after drinking (Ars; Verat).

Abdomen.--Pain or painful cold feeling in abdomen, better external heat. Hard, bloated. Colic; cutting pain, with constipation; yellow hands and blue nails. Much rumbling in bowels. Inguinal glands swollen and painful. Hepatic abscess.

Rectum.--Feels paralyzed. Fistula in ano (Berb; Lach). Fissures and hæmorrhoids, painful, with spasm of sphincter. Stool comes down with difficulty; when partly expelled, recedes again. Great straining; rectum stings; closes upon stool. Feces remain a long time in rectum. Constipation always before and during menses; with irritable sphincter ani. Diarrhœa of cadaverous odor.

Urinary.--Bloody, involuntary, with red or yellow sediment. Prostatic fluid discharged when straining at stool. Nocturnal enuresis in children with worms.

Male.--Burning and soreness of genitals, with eruption on inner surface of thighs. Chronic gonorrhœa, with thick, fetid discharge. Elephantiasis of scrotum. Sexual erethism; nocturnal emissions. Hydrocele.

Female.--A milky (Calc; Puls; Sep), acrid leucorrhœa, during urination. Itching of vulva and vagina; very sensitive. Discharge of blood between menstrual periods. Increased menses, with paroxysms of icy coldness over whole body. Nipples very sore; ulcerated easily; drawn in. Fistulous ulcers of breast (Phos). Abscess of labia. Discharge of blood from vagina every time child is nursed. Vaginal cysts (Lyc; Puls; Rhod) hard lumps in breast (conium).

Respiratory.--Colds fail to yield; sputum persistently muco-purulent and profuse. Slow recovery after pneumonia. Cough and sore throat, with expectoration of little granules like shot, which, when broken, smell very offensive. Cough with expectoration in day, bloody or purulent. Stitches in chest through to back. Violent cough when lying down, with thick, yellow lumpy expectoration; suppurative stage of expectoration (Bals. Peru).

Back.--Weak spine; very susceptible to draughts on back. Pain in coccyx. Spinal irritation after injuries to spine; diseases of bones of spine. Potts' disease.

Sleep.--Night-walking; gets up while asleep. Sleeplessness, with great orgasm of blood and heat in head. Frequent starts in sleep. Anxious dreams. Excessive gaping.

Extremities.--Sciatica, pains through hips, legs and feet. Cramp in calves and soles. Loss of power in legs. Tremulous hands when using them. Paralytic weakness of forearm. Affections of finger nails, especially if white spots on nails. Ingrowing toe-nails. Icy cold and sweaty feet. The parts lain on go to sleep. Offensive sweat on feet, hands, and axillæ. Sensation in tips of fingers, as if suppurating. Panaritium. Pain in knee, as if tightly bound. Calves tense and contracted. Pain beneath toes. Soles sore (Ruta). Soreness in feet from instep through to the sole. Suppurates.

Skin.--Felons, abscesses, boils, old fistulous ulcers. Delicate, pale, waxy. Cracks at end of fingers. Painless swelling of glands. Rose-colored blotches. Scars suddenly become painful. Pus offensive. Promotes expulsion of foreign bodies from tissues. Every little injury suppurates. Long lasting suppuration and fistulous tracts. Dry finger tips. Eruptions itch only in daytime and evening. Crippled nails. Indurated tumors. Abscesses of joints. After impure vaccination. Bursa. Lepra, nodes, and coppery spots. Keloid growths.

Fever.--Chilliness; very sensitive to cold air. Creeping, shivering over the whole body. Cold extremities, even in a warm room. Sweat at night; worse towards morning. Suffering parts feel cold.

Modalities.--Worse, new moon, in morning, from washing, during menses, uncovering, lying down, damp, lying on, left side, cold. Better, warmth, wrapping up head, summer; in wet or humid weather.

Relationship.--Complementary: Thuja; Sanic; Puls; Fluor ac. Mercurius and Silica do not follow each other well.

Compare.--

Black Gunpowder 3x (Abscesses, boils, carbuncles, limb purple. Wounds that refuse to heal; accident from bad food or water(Clarke). Hep; Kali phos; Pic ac; Calc; Phos; Tabasheer; Natrum silicum (tumors, hæmophilia, arthritis; dose, three drops three times daily, in milk); Ferrum cyanatum (epilepsy; neuroses, with irritable weakness and hyper-sensitiveness, especially of a periodical character). Silica marina-Sea sand--(Silica and Natrum mur symptoms. Inflamed glands and commencing suppuration. Constipation. Use for some time 3x trit). Vitrum-Crown glass--(Pott's disease, after Silica, necrosis, discharge thin, watery, fetid. Much pain, fine grinding and grating like grit). Arundo donax (acts on excretory and generative organs; suppuration, especially chronic, and where the ulceration is fistulous, especially in long bones. Itching eruption on chest, upper extremities and behind ears).

Dose.--Sixth to thirtieth potency. The 200th and higher of unquestioned activity. In malignant affections, the lowest potencies needed at times.

girilal

How to Make Silica/Silicea By: girilal
New Jersey USA
  
September 27 2006
How to Make Silica/Silicea

I posted this on other fourms and the thread became very famous. I got some thousand email regarding silica and people kept asking about same questions. Now at least I can direct them all to this thread:

Many people reported that home-made Silicea caused then wonders.

Here is the way to make silica. I make this medicine to treat the scars of my patients. In most cases it works perfect and in some cases it still works (A step away from perfection)

Make Silica at a dry day (No rain and low humidity)


1. Find some natural rock pebbles (You can find it in sands to make cement concrete mix). Or you can pick it up from rail line tracks.
2. Try to identify the rock pebble (small piece of rock) which is semi transparent) if you can’t find it then any other natural rock will do the job.
3. Heat up the stones to expel the moisture.
4. Stones should be about 20 grams.
5. Now put the stones on a clean metal surface and beat the stone with hammer. In other way you beat up the rock real fine.
6. When you think you can’t beat up the rock any more you stop.
7. Put the powder in a one litter mineral water bottle.
8. Shake it and let it settle for 10 minutes.
9. After 10 minutes heavier rock will settle down at the bottom but water will be still murky because of the micro silica particles.
10. Remove top 1/3 of the liquid without shaking the bottle.

That is your medicine. Use two drops three times a day just like any homeopathy medicine. You may see the results in just two days.

girilal

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: lew
Malaysia
  
August 5 2007

A Microscopic Picture of a grain of Sand :
In this tiny rock are evidence of even tinier marine creatures; tubes left by worms, eggs left by snails,and Res and Green Algae
Girilal remarked:

"Many people reported that home-made Silicea caused then wonders."

I always maintain that home-made food is the best food.
You notice that Mother Nature has provided us more than what we have bargained for.


With regards
Lew

Doctors are Nature's Assistants: Only Mother Nature does the Healing.

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: lew
Malaysia
  
August 5 2007


Of all the strange worlds, few are as
strange as the sands in beaches.. There, between the grains, is a microscopic ecosystem populated by sand-lickers, sticky-toed worms and four-legged "water bears". It's a world that remains largely unex¬plored, despite being near enough to touch.
The animals living in the sand are often less than a millimetre long and sometimes as small as one-twentieth of a millimetre. They make up for size with numbers: Scientists estimate that a bucket of sand might hold thou¬sands of these tiny crea¬tures; in a few square metres of beach, there might be millions.

Doctors are Nature's Assistants: Only Mother Nature does the Healing.

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: lew
Malaysia
  
August 5 2007


This world plays by rules different from ours, researchers say. And the first rule is: Grab hold of something. For such crea¬tures, even the smallest wave breaks with tsuna¬mi force…
The ani¬mals live either on or between the grains. The sand is a buffet, as well as a shelter. Scientists say the grains are often covered in bac¬teria or tiny plants called diatoms.Enough sunlight
penetrates the sand that these plants can survive even an inch under the surface.
This food is licked off by worms that crawl over the surface of a grain or is munched on by tiny shrimp-like creatures with waving legs called copepods. An animal called Tetranchyroderma looks like a flying carpet with a mouth, propelling itself with a belly¬ful of hairs and vacuuming up bacteria in a giant maw. Some worms called polychaetes simply eat the sand whole and let their digestive systems clean it off. Out the back end, eventually, comes a trail of clean sand

Doctors are Nature's Assistants: Only Mother Nature does the Healing.

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: lew
Malaysia
  
August 5 2007


"It really is a different kind of existence, the interstitial environment," said Douglas Miller, a professor at the University of Dela¬ware. Scientists call these creatures "intersti¬tial" because they live in the interstices, or empty spaces, between grains.
Life in this world is short: Most creatures live only a few weeks. That means they need to be ready for reproduction quickly, often a few days after birth. Some creatures have both male and female organs, although they don't usually fertilise themselves. Some can actually switch back and forth between being male and female.
Because these creatures are so hard to see, they've been studied for only 100 years or so.
Because these creatures are so little under¬stood, scientists arejust beginning to explore what they can tell us about pollution or cli¬mate change. In other places around the world. and creatures have been shown to be sensitive to contamination. But there have been few case studies in the mid-Atlantic.

Doctors are Nature's Assistants: Only Mother Nature does the Healing.

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: lew
Malaysia
  
August 5 2007

Even though they have just begun to map the world of the sand dwellers, scientists are sure of one thing: We should be glad these creatures are there. They don't seem to cause any human diseases. In fact, they seem to act as the beach's unseen cleaning crew, eating the bacteria left behind by our discarded fries and uncurbed dogs.
And these creatures sit at the bottom of several important food chains: They feed baby fish and small crabs and clams, which become food for a succession of larger crea¬tures. Some important animals eat beach life directly, such as the piping plover, a threat¬ened bird species.
"If the people appreciate the shorebirds," said Don Boesch, president of the University of Maryland Centre for Environmental Science, they should understand that the birds are alive because of "all of these little organisms that are living between the sand grains." - LAT-WP

Sand: It is a small world.http://www.philly.com/philly/health_and_science/20070723_Sand__Its_a_small_world.html

Biological Transmutation : An uncanny observation made by Kevran as a kid. The chickens took more than quartz in the sand

http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~sgd2z/more/science/biot1.htm


With regards
Lew

Doctors are Nature's Assistants: Only Mother Nature does the Healing.

Re: Silica (Silicea) By: moroznjik
  
March 11 2008
dear Girilal,

I have made some tim eago my home made silicea, but the question is-could it be made from beach stones rather blue color?

It was beach stone from Adriatic sea taken just from sea side. It looks ratehr nomrlam, 2 cm size.
...it seems to me that it works...

and just another question-fro face scars, should it be taken orally or just appled on face?


thank ypu so much,
maria

Re:Silica (Silicea) By: garcot
Bangalore
  
April 2 2009
Here is the wonderful commentary on Silicea from Prof.Vithoulkas

http://www.vithoulkas.com/content/view/410/lang,en/

Garcot

"wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy"(Nietszche)

Re:Silica (Silicea) By: garcot
Bangalore
  
April 3 2009
From the nutritional point of view, an average adult needs about 25mg/day min. and for some the requirement may touch close to 100mg/day. Out of which about 50% is excreted through urine, suggesting that intake to be adjusted according to one's constitution.

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The importance of silica, also referred to as dietary "Silicon", in the proper maintenance and function of human (and animal) health, can no longer be ignored. Next to oxygen, silicon is the most abundant element on earth. Silicon is found in the ash of most plant and animal tissues in small quantities.

Silicon is a trace mineral. Although not much is scientifically known about silicon, it is considered an essential trace element. Silicon is required for proper integrity of skin, ligaments, tendons and bone. Silicon is required for the proper functioning of the enzyme prolyhydroxylase which is responsible for the formation of collagen in bone and elastin, cartilage and other connective tissues. Silicon may also be important in bone calcification.

There has been a growing interest in silicon-based products in the cosmetics industry, because they have realized that shampoos, creams and lotions containing silica are very effective for the development of healthy skin, nails and hair.

As we grow older, levels of silica decline in the body and may contribute to many factors of aging, including bone loss and heart disease. Therapeutically, silica has been used to heal fractures and increase bone mineralization in osteoporosis.

There are no known cases of silicon deficiency. It is thought that symptoms of a possible deficiency are certain joint disorders, due to silicon's role in bone and cartilage composition.

Silicon is not usually taken as a supplement on its own and is best taken in the form of a multivitamin and mineral supplement. No estimated safe and adequate daily dietary intake has been established.

In 1878, Louis Pasteur believed that the need for silica in treating many diseases, would someday be widely recognized. Various scientists, in the 20th century, supported Pasteur's theory by extensively studying the effect of silica on animal and human life.

Through research done in 1972 at UCLA, Dr. Edith Carlisle found that silica is an essential trace element, necessary for normal bone development. It was determined that optimal growth and skeletal development could not occur without adequate amounts of this essential trace mineral. While studying mice, depressed growth and skull deformities occurred due to an inadequate supply of silica.

Humans showed the following symptoms when lacking a sufficient amount of silica in their diet: cardiovascular and arterial problems, fragile bones, joint deterioration, digestive disorders, along with weakened gums and teeth.


Once supplied with the appropriate amount of silica, the above symptoms showed considerable improvement, in addition to this: collagen levels elevated, calcium absorption increased, and cardiovascular support strengthened. The texture of the hair, skin and nails showed improvement, as well.

Scientists also discovered that silica is important for making the collagen matrix structure, where calcium deposits are used for building and strengthening bones. Silica is so imperative for forming healthy bones, that some scientists believe silica supplements are even more important than calcium for maintaining bone strength.

Silica supplements become even more necessary as we age, because the human body absorbs and uses less of it, with each passing year. This may be one reason we lose flexibility and joint stability as we get older.

In addition to our ever increasing need for silica, another challenge is that silica cannot easily be found in large quantities in most foods. Though it can be found in certain cereal grains, such as: oats, millet, barley, wheat and potatoes, along with fruits, beets and turnips - most silica is usually lost in the refinement process of these foods.

The average daily intake of silica from the diet is approximately 20 to 50 milligrams per day, but the optimum dose is higher. Researchers are finding that by supplementing the diet with a minimum of 40 milligrams of silica a day, the skin shows an improvement of elasticity, texture and thickness. Added benefits include helping weakened teeth and gums, strengthening bones, and decreasing hair loss. Overall, silica was found to help the body repair, rebuild, strengthen, and lessen or eliminate many body ailments associated with aging. "

Reference: http://www.diet-and-health.net/Supplements/Silicon.html

Garcot

"wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy"(Nietszche)

Re:Silica (Silicea) By: udaya kumar
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April 6 2009
Garcot,
The vedeo clips from Vithoulkas are quite refreshing. Tks.

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Re:Silica (Silicea) By: promod_61
  
April 10 2014
I have been taking Arnica 30 c mother three drops in teaspoonful water 3 times a day followed by Silicea 6x two tablets thrice a day for treatment of Fistula for last five months. For last one month I have got substantial relief. No pain, no pus. Only residual 10 % is there. Kindly advise me further medication.

Re:Silica (Silicea) By: promod_61
  
April 11 2014
1. Age/Sex/Country/Climate:
54, male, India, moderate

2. Current complain - from how long:
1. Fistula - almost healed out (90%) after taking Arnica 30c+Silicia for last five months
2. Having multiple cyst with pus deposit on scrotum for last several years.
3. Having pricking pain inside penis during urination for last thirty years


3. Current medicine you are taking:
Syzigium for diabetis, Arnica 30c+silicia for fistula

4. Sign & Symptom of disease:
1. Some cysts vanished in the past after white pus expelled out automatically
2.Pain during urination, residual urine and pain for a while after urination and pain during sex for last thirty years

5. Breif medical history:
During 1984, one doctor used cathod through penis to clean the urinary passage.

6. Family Back Ground:
No family history

7. Education and Nature of Profession of Patient:
Post graduate, government employee.

8. Desires and aversion of food:
Very fond of taking rice and cereal food. No specific desire for non veg.

9. Mind-behavior, anger, irritability, hurry..etc.:
cool, calm, thoughtful, get nervous with small adversity

10. What makes it worse and what makes it better:
chanting prayer makes it better

11. Thirst/Tongue/diabetic...:
Thirst-normal, diabeti-yes please

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