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Vegetal Silica - 90 Vegecaps

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Brand: FMD
Product Code: FMD029
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Florasil

When everyday’s a bad hair, skin and nail day ...... it’s time for Florasil. A silicon supplement of atomized aqueous extract of Spring Horsetail.

It didn't happen overnight. In fact, it has probably taken years for the signs to become annoyingly visible. Chipped, dull nails. Thin, listless hair that won't grow long. That breaks off too easily in a hair brush. Tiny and not so tiny wrinkles that have appeared much too early for your stage in life.
 
It's easy to attribute these problems, plus the invisible deterioration of bones and connective tissue to aging, and to decide to simply live with the inconvenience. In reality the problem could well be a lack of silicon, which is easily corrected. And with respect to bone and connective tissue is much deeper than a cosmetic issue.

 

Why is it difficult for the body to maintain adequate levels of silicon?

Silica, from which the body produces silicon, is not especially common in foods, unless they are grown in sandy soil. Even then it tends to accumulate in plant parts, like husks, that we don't consume. When silica is present, it isn't always in a form that is easy for the body to absorb.

 

The silica in Florasil is easily absorbed.

The silica in Florasil is derived from an aqueous (water) extraction method that preserves silica's natural composition with bioflavonoids thus ensuring the highest bioavailability and assimilation by the body – approaching 100%. Further, this silica is extracted exclusively from the spring horsetail which contains a higher percentage of these bioflavonoids than any other plant.

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