( Silica )
Silica, also called Flint, Is a mineral that is present in the human body in only trace amounts but is vital to the development of the bones, , and the health of the skin and connective tissues. flexibility of cartilage. Many industrial operations rely on it, including the manufacture of concrete, paper, glass, and enamelware. Silica’s doses medical use is limited to homeopathy. Minute doses are prescribed for patients with conditions accompanied by excessive sweating, weakness, and extreme sensitivity to cold. For homeopathic use silica powder is mixed with sodium carbonate through a pharmaceutical process of dry substance dilution. Silica was developed as a remedy by observation of the reactions of healthy individuals to doses of various strengths. The mental, emotional, and physical changes induced by Silica were then cataloged. When a patient exhibits a set of symptoms that matches the cataloged symptoms brought on by Silica, the homeopathic practitioner then prescribes it in an extremely dilute form.
Aids with: beast cysts, gum infections, hemorrhoids, abscesses, swollen glands in the neck, fingernails that have white spots and easily splits, athlete’s foot, wounds in flamed by foreign matter, earaches with decreased hearing and a stopped up sensation, constipation from hard stools, headaches starting in the back of the head and spreading forward to the eyes.