Silicium G5

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 Studies by Silicium España

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A natural supplement is able to increase joint tissue strength, help regenerate after injuries and increase workout performance—all without combining it with any other substance. It’s called Organic Silicon and it’s a supplement with various documented benefits.

Silicon is vital for the human body, especially in athletes whose regeneration needs are quite high. Its main functions are tissue reproduction, renewal, strength and elasticity.

Thanks to results from recent studies and testimonials from international athletes, including world champion Javier Gomez Noya, it is becoming popular among medical practitioners—including myself—with excellent results in almost all cases.

“ORGONO Silica, the most absorbable source of silicon, is essential for injury prevention and recovery. It has kept me without injury, allowing me to achieve what I’ve done.”– Javier Gomez Noya- 7-time world champion

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With these high temperatures, many ask if they should keep silicium refrigerated. This is the way to make sure your Silicium will conserve all its properties.

 

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We will explain how to make compresses and why organic silicon pads are so effective against pain.

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The Professor Christopher Exley explains that one of the ways we can protect ourselves against the aluminum in our organism that is not aggressive and everyone can do is to drink mineral water with a high silicon content.

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It is a new Osteo-articular treatment that is very effective for athletes, supported by studies, with many documented cases and over 12 years of experience. Its capacity to increase articular resistance is its key attribute. Orgono promotes conjunctive tissue regeneration, by its action on macromolecules key in the composition of cartilage and tendons, elastin and collagen.

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Loïc Le Ribault is a geologist and one of the pioneer users in France of the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). In 1970 he invented a method called 'exoscopy', now used throughout the world, by which the geological history of sedimentary sand grains could be determined.