Organic silica: New approach for joint problems
Osteoarthritis is a common disease among the elderly and is often associated with significant disability.
Among the treatments, glucosamine compounds have attracted much attention, particularly in the press. Glucosamine, a complex amino sugar, is a normal constituent of the glycosaminglycans that are normally found in joint cartilage and synovial fluid (of the articulations). Therefore glucosamine is considered a type of “nutraceuticals” for treating osteoarthritis. It is one of the most commonly used over-the-counter alternative remedies for osteoarthritis. Glucosamine is a precursor to a glycosaminglycan molecule, which is used in the formation and repair of cartilage.
In actual practice, treatments with glucosamine are time consuming prior to any noticeable result being manifested due to the oral process of ingestion and the resulting diminishment of the active component in digestive process.
Now, there is a new product available in the US which had its antecedents in Europe. A product composed of organic silica which is entirely bioavailable.
Silica stimulates in a natural process, existing cartilage cells to (swiftly) synthesize new glycosaminoglycans-the constituents of human cartilage.
Silicon forms part of the glycosaminglycans, which constitute the main structural elements in connective tissue. Further, silicon assists in producing additional glycosaminglycans which in turn, regenerate cartilage.
The Origin Of organic silica
French doctors have been at the forefront of this research for 30 years. The issue with Silica has always been one of low assimilation levels, the body tending to eliminate silica crystals. The new product is completely soluble and organic which favors increased absorption. In France, Orgono Silica is highly recognized in the field of complementary medicine.
Other Benefits.
Silicon as well as germanium, are used in semi-conductors, because they are able to easily mobilize electrons, and are therefore used in electronic chips. In this respect, silicon has a very important role as an electron transport intermediary, amplifying the impulses between different molecules. This was suggested by Vincent, a bio-electronic pioneer, and quoted by Dr. Monceaux. Other authors based on the presence of silicon aggregates in mitochondria, centriols, and other cellular elements, have suggested this role, and have also added that they act as quartz regulating the pulses or very stable frequency signals governing the centriole movement.
This allows the silica to be the element which revitalizes the cells of the organism, providing excellent results in the sense of increased energy levels, restful sleep, and general vitality of the organism.
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