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Beauty Mineral 2017-05-15T13:24:01+00:00

SILICON IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF THE HUMAN CONNECTIVE TISSUE.

The age of the connective tissue can be determined based on the content of SiO2.

SiO2 content in the human body decreases with age. This can be seen, for example, in wrinkles on the skin (lines), reduced elasticity of the connective tissue, lifeless hair and hair fall, brittle finger nails, osteoporosis.

Silicon (SiO2) shortage increases with age. This then results in loss of water-binding capacity in the connective tissue. The consequences are, thus, visible on the face. Those, who have regulary consumed silicon dioxide, which forms a major part of clinoptilolite zeolite, at the right time, can keep their connective tissues young even with growing age and can have a wrinkle-free facial skin and dense hair.

The highest silicon content has a newborn. With increasingly age reduces itself the silicon content.

Why is SILICA (SiO2) so important for our body

  • It is vital for building and improving the structure of connective tissue, bones, nails, hair, skin and mucous membranes.
  • It is involved in protein biosynthesis
  • It controls the renal function (diuretic = diuresis).
  • It increases the overall resistance of the body by stimulating the unspecific immune system in the basic substance of the extracellular matrix.
  • It manages magnesium and calcium metabolism. Magnesium and calcium cannot be processed adequately without the presence of silicon.
  • The vascular walls harden in the absence of silicon.
  • It prevents osteoporosis.

MEGA NFC® medical 10 has a

SILICON DIOXIDE CONTENT OF APPROXIMATELY 70%

Reasons for a particularly high silica requirements

  • special burdens at work
  • sports, especially competitive sports
  • chronic diseases
  • Immunodeficiency
  • hypersensitivity
  • permanent stress

Effects of SiO2 in the human organism

  • It is vital for building and improving the structure of connective tissue, bones, nails, hair, skin and mucous membranes.
  • It helps in maintaining skin elasticity. The elasticity of the skin is directly proportional to the silicon content.
  • It is involved in protein biosynthesis
  • It controls the renal function (diuretic = diuresis).

Silicon promotes hair thickness

Ph.D. Augustin from the university clinic in Hamburg performed a test with 55 participating women; all of them had thin and brittle hair then, and he had injected them colloid SiО2 every day for six months of the experiment. He noted later that ‘Their hair evidently became thicker, its volume increased, and the whole appearance turned out to have been more healthy’.

All texts and tables are referenced, see, quotes

Quotation: from the book ‘Zeolite of clinoptilolite’, minerals of silicon and health, Karl Hecht, Elena Hecht-Savoley,

3rd edition, August 2011

Quotation: from the book ‘Zeolite. Vis vitae of primitive rock’. Karl Hecht,
1st edition, December 2015