Silicea is a homeopathic medicine used to help improve the condition of hair, skin, and nails. It is also believed by many people to have other healthful uses.



There are several uses for silicea in homeopathy practices, including treating conditions that progressively worsen, seasonal problems, and personality or behavior issues such as indecisiveness or a general lack of direction. Silicea is commonly prescribed if a patient shows symptoms of a pale complexion, fatigue, anxiety issues, or a fear of failure. It is derived from flint or quartz, and many homeopaths believe it imparts those grounding properties to the patient as well as aids in strengthening the body and the mind.


People who use this mineral believe that its cleansing effects make it particularly useful in treating dry skin, nails, or hair. This mineral is sometimes used to improve acne, blemishes, ulcers, boils, inflammation, or generally sickly skin. Infections from abscesses, skin eruptions, glass shards, and splinters may also be treated with it. Some people also use it in hopes of preventing hair loss and dandruff, and to reduce scar tissue visibility.

It’s also sometimes used to heal general body weakness and anemia, and some people have used it to help with menstrual cycle issues. This natural remedy may aid digestion, and homeopaths say that it can help the body use nutrients once food has been consumed. The mineral may also be used for constipation.

Silicea is usually prescribed for conditions that have progressed slowly over a lengthy period of time, and homeopathic practitioners often advise people with chronic conditions to use it. It is sometimes used to treat the flu, the common cold, and other seasonal health problems. Other ailments the remedy is said to help with include irritability, vertigo, back pain, fatigue, nerve damage, headaches, tremors, and paralysis.


Silicea is unhealthy to inhale into the lungs, and adverse side effects are likely when this occurs, though if taken in therapeutic doses, ingesting the substance seems to have few or no adverse effects.


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Other names

Estrofanto, Graines de Strophantus, Kombe, Kombe-Strophanthus Seeds, Roupellia grata, Strophanthi Grati Semen, Strophanthus caudatus, Strophanthus divaricatus, Strophanthus gratus, Strophanthus hispidus, Strophanthi Kombe Semen, Strophanthus kombe, Strophanthus sarmentosus, Strophanthus Seeds, Strophanthus wallichii, Strophantus, Yang Guo Nau


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