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The Tissue Salt for Hair, Skin, Nails and the Connective Tissue – No. 11 Silica

Silica is regarded as the ‘beauty’ mineral. What is so special about this tissue salts?

Function in the Body

Silica assists a firm connective tissue and is vital for the growth of skin, hair, and nails.

Occurrence in the Body

As a component of the connective tissue, Silica (silicic acid) is indispensable for the body. It plays a part in the makeup of tissue structures.

Connective Tissue Weakness is caused by an Imbalance

The connective tissue is subject to a constant build-up and breakdown. In order to be able to fulfill its various duties in the organism a balance between the up and down is required. A predominance of breakdown causes reduced elasticity and stability of the connective tissue – simply put, a weakness of the connective tissue. Obvious symptoms are:

  • Flaccid skin and wrinkle formation, e.g. the face, décolletage, and upper arms
  • Cellulite, spider veins and varicose veins – mainly on upper- and lower legs
  • Stretchmarks, e.g. on abdomen and breast

What the Connective Tissue dislikes

  • Fast tissue growth (puberty, pregnancy, weight gain)
  • Intensive sunbathing
  • Hormonal changes (use of contraceptives, pregnancy, menopause)
  • Lack of exercise and overweight
  • Imbalanced diet – poor in vitamins and minerals

Tips for a strong Connective Tissue

  • Healthy and versatile diet: Fresh food and adequate fluid consumption!
  • Stimulate your connective tissue: Endurance sport combined with strength training!
  • Grant your connective tissue a beauty program: Contrast showers and massages!
  • Roll the connective tissue smooth
  • External support: Regular care with Biochemic Creams and/or Lotions

The connective tissue can also be supported purposefully and gently from inside. In accordance with Schüssler’s biochemic therapy a combination of selected tissue salts activates the body’s self-regulating forces.

Application & Dosage for tablets/drops and creams/lotions

Please refer to package insert.