G5 Organic Silica (For 5 oz Silica Gel Tube ($34.97) Click Here)

5 weeks treatment. The treatment consists of taking one or two tablespoon of G5 a day for one month.

G5 Organic Silica is the only form of Silica on the market that is 95% absorbable. It is expensive, but in the case of effectiveness there is no substitute on the market. I am interested in the Anti-Aging potential of G5. Silica is one of the elements in the body that our bodies become greatly deficient in as we Age. Aging is a disease, it is a sign that our bodies are breaking down, I always wonder why people stop health treatments when the overt signs of the disease disappear. They say they are cured! Well, it is true that they may not have something specific taking place, but most likely there are sub-clinical signs of disease everywhere. In order to attempt the monumental task of reversing your age, you need to be in the view of modern medicine in optimum health; which is a very low bar for people shooting for the stars. We do not think that Age Reversal is possible because we look at everyone else and see that they are aging. They however are not doing anything extra-ordinary in regards to maintenance of their health. Massive G5 supplementation may be a vital key for Age Reversal potential. The recommended dose is 30ml for extremely sick people and then back off to a maintenance regimen. Due to the expense of this product, levels beyond 30ml per day are out of the range for most people’s budget, I plan myself to go beyond those levels to see if there is any added benefit.
Silica is the second most abundant element on earth. It is an essential element of living matter and humans have a critical need for this element. Silica is a vital mineral that is almost completely overlooked by mainstream nutritionists. It was originally thought that silica is at worst an environmental contaminant of the human body and at best an element which quickly passes through the body and is excreted. These ideas were based almost entirely upon observations of mineral silica, which in the form of dust and particles was responsible for a number of serious illnesses such as silicosis.

Silica in mineral form had been used therapeutically, but it was absorbed inefficiently into the human body. It had traditionally gained a place in the pantheon of herbal remedies, being present in horsetail fern and some vegetables. Work since the 1930s on absorbable mineral and organic silica showed irrefutably that organic silica could be described as an essential nutrient for both humans and other animals. In studies during the 1970s, it was found that silica supplementation aided bone and cartilage growth. In 1993, it was reported that treatment with silica could stimulate bone formation. By the 1990s, silica formulations were being used by some pharmaceutical companies on wound and burn dressings because it was recognized that silica healed wounds more quickly and could stabilize burns.

We are born with an abundance of silica and relatively low amounts of calcium. Then with every advancement in chronological age, the amount of calcium increases and the amount of silica decreases within the body. Silica enhances the function of iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and boron, and is essential for bone development and growth. Bones need silica to re-calcify and to strengthen bone tissue. A silica deficiency in tissue causes a calcium deficiency which, in turn, results in a loss of tissue elasticity.

Silica is also one of the most important constituents of the body’s connective tissue, including cartilage, vascular lining, tendons, and ligaments. It is found in the thymus gland, the adrenal glands, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas and in considerable quantity in hair. It functions as a cross-linking agent, providing strength, flexibility, and resilience to collagen and elastin connective tissues. It is known to play a part in the integrity of the bones, arterial walls skin, teeth, gums, hair and nails, and has been used to alleviate eczema and psoriasis. Recently, modern research has focused on determining the role of silica in rheumatic disorders and arterial disease.

Silica prevents osteoporosis and in strengthening the musculoskeletal system, preventing injuries and speeding the healing of fractures. It does this by helping in the creation of the body’s structural matrix for forming and repairing connective tissue. It also contributes to the buildup of minerals on this matrix during development. Silica is present in osteoblasts (bone forming cells) responsible for the deposition of calcium phosphate on the protein matrix of bone. It stimulates chrondroblast or cartilage-forming cells to deposit proteins and other structural materials on the matrix. Finally, it helps in the building process of fiber-forming cells important to the creation of collagen.

Silica is thought to improve the cardiovascular system, decreasing the risk of coronary problems. It has been shown to be abundant (up to 14 times more) in the arteries of people who are free of heart disease. It is essential in maintaining the structural integrity, elasticity and permeability of the arteries, thereby regulating the blood pressure.

There is a relationship between silica and the rate of aluminum concentration in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. Much research points to the fact that a deficiency of silica in one’s diet is the causal effect of an increase of aluminum in the body, and its ultimate accumulation into the synapses of the brain. Silica plays an important role in helping the body to eliminate this accumulation of aluminum, which is a causative factor in certain forms of senility, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Research shows that skeletal diseases such as osteomalacia (soft bones), and osteoporosis (porous bones and/or spontaneous fractures, as well as shrinkage) although caused by a calcium deficiency, do not respond to calcium therapy alone. Research conducted in Paris , France by noted biophysicists Louis Kervran, and in the United States by Dr. Richard Barmakian, shows that fractured bones did not heal at all when high amounts of calcium were present. They heal fair to poorly when moderate amounts of calcium were present.

However, they heal extremely well when relatively low amounts of calcium were present with an abundance of silica. It has been shown that in bone demineralization, silica deficiency is a precursor to calcium deficiency.

Maintaining a healthy level of silica may overall retard the aging process. The average adult body requires the maintenance of about 20 grams of silica to promote good health. However, the body metabolizes and secretes about 10-40 mg. of silica per day through urination, hair loss and nail trimming. Thus, the body’s natural level of silica declines with age causing signs of aging such as bone loss, dry and wrinkled skin, weakened teeth and gums and hair loss to occur.

Given the importance of silica in our diet, it is surprising that more people are not aware of it. Silica remains the missing element in many anti-aging programs of today.

There are many silica and silicon supplements on the market, but we believe that the Organic Silicon G5 is unique in its therapeutic ability to replenish the system with sufficient silicon to allow the body to accomplish its own healing. This product is especially suitable for delicate types, for those with a damaged nervous system, broken down types and hypersensitive types. As soon as one takes the first dose of the Organic silicon G5 a feeling of calm and improved sleep usually follow.
 
Organic Silicon (G5) is best regarded as a general healing tonic, since it appears to facilitate a general healing response and move the body towards a more naturally balanced state. In this situation most health disorders have been seen to improve in many taking the product. Although we cannot control the order in which the body heals; so, if for example we take it for a skin condition we may find that after for example 3 months use, the skin condition has not improved (in many cases skin conditions improve rapidly), but the back complaint or the asthma that one also suffered from are much improved. For example it has been found that Organic silicon G5 is effective in treating 85% of asthma cases (see below), however, Organic Silicon G5 is not a specific treatment for asthma. It is through its calming and stabilizing effect on the immune system (it may help all auto-immune disorders to some extent), its detoxifying effect on the lymphatic system and its beneficial effect on the adrenal glands and the liver that could explain is usefulness in the example condition discussed, i.e. asthma. Also, Organic Silicon G5 is thought to correct electrical disturbance of cells as well as initiate cellular regeneration, this may account for its diverse effects as discussed in detail below.

Is Silica really a miracle? No! Silica is an essential mineral that up until recently was extremely difficult to absorb.

Silica is the second most abundant element on earth. It is an essential element of living matter and humans have a critical need for this element. Silica is a vital mineral that is almost completely overlooked by mainstream nutritionists. It was originally thought that silica is at worst an environmental contaminant of the human body and at best an element which quickly passes through the body and is excreted. These ideas were based almost entirely upon observations of mineral silica, which in the form of dust and particles was responsible for a number of serious illnesses such as silicosis.

Silica in mineral form had been used therapeutically, but it was absorbed inefficiently into the human body. It had traditionally gained a place in the pantheon of herbal remedies, being present in horsetail fern and some vegetables. Work since the 1930s on absorbable mineral and organic silica showed irrefutably that organic silica could be described as an essential nutrient for both humans and other animals. In studies during the 1970s, it was found that silica supplementation aided bone and cartilage growth. In 1993, it was reported that treatment with silica could stimulate bone formation. By the 1990s, silica formulations were being used by some pharmaceutical companies on wound and burn dressings because it was recognized that silica healed wounds more quickly and could stabilize burns.

We are born with an abundance of silica and relatively low amounts of calcium. Then with every advancement in chronological age, the amount of calcium increases and the amount of silica decreases within the body. Silica enhances the function of iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium and boron, and is essential for bone development and growth. Bones need silica to re-calcify and to strengthen bone tissue. A silica deficiency in tissue causes a calcium deficiency which, in turn, results in a loss of tissue elasticity.

Silica is also one of the most important constituents of the body’s connective tissue, including cartilage, vascular lining, tendons, and ligaments. It is found in the thymus gland, the adrenal glands, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas and in considerable quantity in hair. It functions as a cross-linking agent, providing strength, flexibility, and resilience to collagen and elastin connective tissues. It is known to play a part in the integrity of the bones, arterial walls skin, teeth, gums, hair and nails, and has been used to alleviate eczema and psoriasis. Recently, modern research has focused on determining the role of silica in rheumatic disorders and arterial disease.

Silica prevents osteoporosis and in strengthening the musculoskeletal system, preventing injuries and speeding the healing of fractures. It does this by helping in the creation of the body’s structural matrix for forming and repairing connective tissue. It also contributes to the buildup of minerals on this matrix during development. Silica is present in osteoblasts (bone forming cells) responsible for the deposition of calcium phosphate on the protein matrix of bone. It stimulates chrondroblast or cartilage-forming cells to deposit proteins and other structural materials on the matrix. Finally, it helps in the building process of fiber-forming cells important to the creation of collagen.

Silica is thought to improve the cardiovascular system, decreasing the risk of coronary problems. It has been shown to be abundant (up to 14 times more) in the arteries of people who are free of heart disease. It is essential in maintaining the structural integrity, elasticity and permeability of the arteries, thereby regulating the blood pressure.

There is a relationship between silica and the rate of aluminum concentration in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients. Much research points to the fact that a deficiency of silica in one’s diet is the causal effect of an increase of aluminum in the body, and its ultimate accumulation into the synapses of the brain. Silica plays an important role in helping the body to eliminate this accumulation of aluminum, which is a causative factor in certain forms of senility, including Alzheimer’s disease.

Research shows that skeletal diseases such as osteomalacia (soft bones), and osteoporosis (porous bones and/or spontaneous fractures, as well as shrinkage) although caused by a calcium deficiency, do not respond to calcium therapy alone. Research conducted in Paris , France by noted biophysicists Louis Kervran, and in the United States by Dr. Richard Barmakian, shows that fractured bones did not heal at all when high amounts of calcium were present. They heal fair to poorly when moderate amounts of calcium were present. However, they heal extremely well when relatively low amounts of calcium were present with an abundance of silica. It has been shown that in bone demineralization, silica deficiency is a precursor to calcium deficiency.

Maintaining a healthy level of silica may overall retard the aging process. The average adult body requires the maintenance of about 20 grams of silica to promote good health. However, the body metabolizes and secretes about 10-40 mg. of silica per day through urination, hair loss and nail trimming. Thus, the body’s natural level of silica declines with age causing signs of aging such as bone loss, dry and wrinkled skin, weakened teeth and gums and hair loss to occur.

Given the importance of silica in our diet, it is surprising that more people are not aware of it. Silica remains the missing element in many anti-aging programs of today.

There are many silica and silicon supplements on the market, but we believe that the Organic Silicon G5 is unique in its therapeutic ability to replenish the system with sufficient silicon to allow the body to accomplish its own healing. This product is especially suitable for delicate types, for those with a damaged nervous system, broken down types and hypersensitive types. As soon as one takes the first dose of the Organic silicon G5 a feeling of calm and improved sleep usually follow.

Organic Silicon (G5) is best regarded as a general healing tonic, since it appears to facilitate a general healing response and move the body towards a more naturally balanced state. In this situation most health disorders have been seen to improve in many taking the product. Although we cannot control the order in which the body heals; so, if for example we take it for a skin condition we may find that after for example 3 months use, the skin condition has not improved (in many cases skin conditions improve rapidly), but the back complaint or the asthma that one also suffered from are much improved. For example it has been found that Organic silicon G5 is effective in treating 85% of asthma cases (see below), however, Organic Silicon G5 is not a specific treatment for asthma. It is through its calming and stabilizing effect on the immune system (it may help all auto-immune disorders to some extent), its detoxifying effect on the lymphatic system and its beneficial effect on the adrenal glands and the liver that could explain is usefulness in the example condition discussed, i.e. asthma. Also, Organic Silicon G5 is thought to correct electrical disturbance of cells as well as initiate cellular regeneration, this may account for its diverse effects as discussed in detail below.

G5 was initially developed to treat arthritis and psoriasis, and as such has helped many thousands of sufferers. Other users are frequently reporting that it relieves other ailments such as skin irritation, burns, sunburn, herpes and degenerative diseases affecting the joints.

Silica is also one of the most important constituents of the bodys connective tissue, including cartilage, vascular lining, tendons, and ligaments. It is found in the thymus gland, the adrenal glands, the liver, the spleen, the pancreas and in considerable quantity in hair. It functions as a cross-linking agent, providing strength, flexibility, and resilience to collagen and elastin connective tissues. It is known to play a part in the integrity of the bones, arterial walls skin, teeth, gums, hair and nails, and has been used to alleviate eczema and psoriasis. Recently, modern research has focused on determining the role of silica in rheumatic disorders and arterial disease.

Silica prevents and helps rectify osteoporosis and in strengthening the musculoskeletal system, preventing injuries and speeding the healing of fractures. It does this by helping in the creation of the bodys structural matrix for forming and repairing connective tissue. It also contributes to the build-up of minerals on this matrix during development. Silica is present in osteoblasts (bone forming cells) responsible for the deposition of calcium phosphate on the protein matrix of bone. It stimulates chrondroblast or cartilage-forming cells to deposit proteins and other structural materials on the matrix. Finally, it helps in the building process of fiber-forming cells important to the creation of collagen.

Mineral silica and organic silica

As a mineral, silica is the second most common constituent of the Earth (27.8% in weight), oxygen being the first (46.6% in weight). Silica may be amorphous or crystallised in rocks such as granite and rock quartz, as well as in clays and sand grains. Organic silica is different from the mineral form because there are one or more atoms of carbon associated with hydrogen. The organic form of silica is a component of living tissue, and occurs very often in plants, animals and human beings. In the human body it is found particularly in the tissues, cartilage and vascular walls, and in the thymus gland, the adrenals, liver, pancreas, spleen and so on.

The role of Organic Silicon G5

Until 1994, it had been necessary to activate the organic silica by adding small quantities of products used in allopathy or homeopathy, products which were chosen specifically for each illness being treated. These molecules could only be used in cutaneous applications. In 1994 Le Ribault perfected a new molecule which could be used, without any additive, in the treatment of many different diseases. Another important advance was that this molecule, absolutely non-toxic, can be taken orally. This is G5, monomethylsilanetriol.

The properties of G5

For years proof has been accumulating of the effectiveness of organic silica. With regard to G5, its effectiveness is proved by tests in official laboratories and by many testimonies from doctors and patients, supported by a great variety of records (blood analyses, X-rays, photos, etc), and its use by more than 100,000 patients has proved that it has the following characteristics:

It is completely non-toxic It can be assimilated directly by the human organism and by animals and plants It has a significant capacity to penetrate the skin and be diffused throughout the body, reaching those organs or areas suffering from pain, damage or malfunction It plays a vital role in restructuring the fibres of elastene and collagen, in the early stages of bone mineralisation and in the metabolism in general It accelerates the processes of cicatrisation and tissue healing It is anti-inflammatory It strengthens the immune defences of the organism It is a very efficient pain-killer which acts within a few minutes, notably for joint pain, burns, cuts and stings (wasps, mosquitoes, ) It has no side-effects, even after being used for many years It is compatible with any other treatment that may be prescribed

How does G5 work?

How can a single molecule help so many different conditions?

It is impossible to give a precise answer to this question, but we offer a simple hypothesis which is the only reasonable explanation in view of what has been proved so far.

We know that when a cell function is disturbed, its polarities move slightly, so much of the disturbance in the organism is linked to this electrical maladjustment in the cells. Studies with the scanning electron microscope prove that molecules of organic silica such as G5 are very unstable, especially when mixed with water. They are always changing shape, revolving continuously a hundred times a second. Under the SEM the molecule looks like a fern leaf, the prominent parts being the positive poles and the hollows the negative ones. Thus it is probable that G5 acts in the organism to restore the polarity of the disturbed cells, supplying positive or negative charges as required so that the cells have the power they need to resist invasion or repair damage.

Why is G5 able to make rapid improvement in general health as well as some symptoms the disease that is specifically treated?

There is conclusive evidence that organic silica plays a vital part in the general health of the human organism. We know that the amount present in the body decreases with age. We also know that this loss cannot be prevented because the body can only assimilate silica in its organic form and cannot obtain it from the mineral form. The results obtained by drinking G5 show that it can be assimilated and that it replenishes the supply of organic silica. Though the amount provided by the absorption of G5 decreases slowly too, it can be replenished again by another course of treatment if the patient feels their symptoms returning.

Why is it useful in some cases to drink G5 and apply it to the skin as well?

G5 acts like a rocket to carry organic silica to all parts of the body suffering from dis-ease or disturbance, even if the latter is not causing pain. Drinking it will help the body to eliminate the cause of the problem, but this may take a little time. It will act first on the fundamental health problems, which are not necessarily the most acutely painful. That is why it is necessary, as explained above, when using it to treat a specific pain, to apply it also on the skin as near to the source of the pain as possible.

We think everyone will benefit from taking silica. The only way to find out is to try it.

Directions for use

G5 comes in liquid form and as a gel. The liquid can be drunk, and both forms can be used on the skin.  Typical Maintenance use: 30 mls daily (Three dessertspoons) suggested use - 6 months to 12 months. One dessertspoon daily thereafter if required. Intensive use: 30 mls three times daily for up to four months then reduce to maintenance use

Oral use and external (liquid form). 1000 ml.   33.8 fl. oz.
$60.00

 

 


oragnic silica gel

Organic Silica Gel 5oz tube

The gel is easier to apply to the face on a regular basis. To get the dramatic effects to regenerate the skin tissue, apply 5-6 times throughout the day and before bedtime. Organic silica is a patented process not found through any other company. It is the only 100% bio-available product on the market. Silica is often used in skin-care products and food supplements but in the in-organic form and is not absorbable. Silica is found most abundant in Newborns, 80% of Silica stores are used up by the time we reach adulthood. Organic Silica in sufficient quantities is a key ingredient for Age Reversal. It is a fundamental ingredient in the building of connective tissue, skin hair, bones and heart tissue and muscle fibers. Combine with Sodium Ascorbate and you have two products that deliver deficient nutrients that your body does not generate or store by itself.

Organic Silica Gel 5oz tube
$34.97