There are so many uses for Silica that are practical over and above the stated uses for tissue repair and joint health. There was an article in one of the newsletters I get that divulged many uses for toothpaste that went beyond tooth brushing. As I started reading it occurred to me that many of the same things apply to Silica. Many tooth pastes have Silica as an ingredient, so why not just use Silica. It is much less messy and so effective.
Many people do not know that Silica can be used as a mouthwash and that it will promote oral health and gums love it; bleeding gums respond in record time. At a recent dental visit I was told to be gentle and wash my affected gum with a prescription mouthwash but I opted for Silica and the healing time was so quick that the dentist was duly impressed and asked for more information…educating one dentist at a time spreads the word exponentially and helps us all.
A burn will stop stinging within seconds when silica is poured onto affected area. Scarring is minimized and trauma to the tissue responds as though it is magic. If you get sunburned, spray some silica on the burn and keep spraying it every hour or so and in a while as the burning and itching sensations subside. This is also a wake-up call that next time you need some Silica and MSM sunblock.
Facial blemishes have been known to dry up in record time and some even spray on Silica as a facial tonic for fine lines and wrinkles. It will make the skin feel taut so it needs to be washed off, but skin will also absorb most of it and the benefits are many.
Liquid Silica is also an effective treatment for paper cuts, hangnails, bug bites, scrapes and inflammation.
If any readers have creative stories to tell about their experience with Silica we would love hear about it and publish them so that others can benefit too.