Silica Drops

60-ml
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Stock Code: LFO0037
Vegetarian
£29.00
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Life-Flo Silica Drops provide an organic form of silica, Orthosilicic acid, from Bamboo extract in a pleasant tasting liquid for healthy bones, skin, hair and nails. 

It is generally agreed that a silica deficiency may contribute to acceleration of connective tissue maladies as we age. Most of us don’t get enough silica naturally from food sources including oats, barley, millet, and potatoes in an unrefined state.

Essential silica provides nutritive support for collagen production, healthy bones, flexible joints, supple skin, lustrous hair and strong nails. This potent form of silica (orthosilicic acid) extracted from bamboo, is combined with boron, zinc, biotin and vitamin D3 for advanced results with continued use.

Benefits of Silica Drops: 

  • Silica is required for the manufacture of collagen in skin. 
  • Silica bonds with other minerals and nutrients delivering them to the tissues within the body. 
  • Silica imparts strength to the bones in our bodies.
  • Silica is thought to not only strengthen hair but also impart lustre by supplying other nutrients. 
  • Orthosilicic acid is a highly absorbable form of silica derived from bamboo extract. 
  • Pleasant tasting vanilla flavour liquid, easy to swallow. 
  • Each bottle lasts 80 days. 

Our In-House pharmacist, Shabir Daya has written an article about Silica Drops:

Dosage: Take six drops of Silica Drops twice daily either directly or in juice or water. 

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