Silica on the Electrical Balance of our Cells.

Silica on the Electrical Balance of our Cells.


The comprehensive and effective action of organic silica in joints, immune system, liver or bones, suggests that all the electric levels of the cells in the body are strengthened by it.

Organic Silica
It plays a very important role as an intermediary in carrying electrons andamplifying pulses between different molecules. This had already been suggested by Vincent ,a scientific pioneer in bioelectronics and  then subsequently by Fazekas , Schafer, Chandler and Bornens basing the presence of silica in the mitochondria, the power generator of the cells, assigning them a leading role in the transport of intra and intercellular energy.

Centrioles also play a similar role, acting as a quartz pulse regulator with very stable frequency signals that govern the movement of the centriole. Its ability to exchange electrons acting as a carrier, facilitates the action of antioxidant systems that  these electrons provide, blocking free radicals that affect both the mitochondria and thus protect the immune system.
It must be taken into account that several scientific studies prove that all body disorders come from an electrical imbalance of body cells : a healthy cell is electrically and perfectly balanced , while a deficient cell  (due to  disease, aging ) has unbalanced poles.

The organic silica is charged in its extremities by  positive and negative ions that intervene in our system to reestablish the polarity of the deficient cells by releasing or  exchanging the appropriate, positive or negative ions.
It would enable somehow to balance the entire body , while its action would help to give the cells the energy to fight external aggressions. This may explain the   hot or cold sensation or electrical tingling that patients  sometimes feel  just a few minutes after the absorption or organic silica  and that improve the overall condition.

The scientist John Calcagni did not hesitate to highlight "the importance of this mineral for metabolic and cellular life processes in  animals." The researcher Mary A., meanwhile, already in 1910, noted that "silica can significantly activate phagocytosis, contribute to the mineralization of blood serum and weakened organs and regenerate cells by exciting osmosis. Its action which either preventive or curative, comes naturally from its physicochemical properties, its consistency and its osmotic role in an organized cell. "
In summary, the action of Loïc Le Ribault’s organic silica on the body is explained by its bioavailability and its action on the synthesis of collagen and elastin, as well as its role on glycosaminoglycans. It also stands out for its high reactive power it acts as a regulator of the electrical potential of the cell’s membrane and intercellular communication transmitter.


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