Orgono G5 Siliplant is beneficial for health but essential for anyone with joint problems or bone related issues. Silica is part of phosphorus, magnesium and calcium metabolism. In the ossification proces, silica is linked to calcium, making it essential for calcium absorption and utilization in bone. Silicium Laboratories introduces G5 Siliplant, the highest bioavailable plant based silica product available today. This product was created by the renown silica specialist, Dr. Loic LE Ribault. G5 Siliplant provides the ideal amount and absorption of this essential mineral. This extra strength formula offers superior support and delivers numerous collateral benefits. G5 Siliplant's main component is silicic acid which utilzies silica from horsetail extract as a stabilizer to avoid malabsorption. (The common failing in all current horsetail silicas available commercially) The benefits gained have been show in independent research: Improved calcium absorption leading to stronger and denser bones, increased cartilage production, connective tissue flexibility, increased collagen and elastin production, higher tensile strength hair follicles, stronger finger and toenails, toxic aluminum elimination and improved nerve synapse (signaling) function. At Silicium Laboratories we use research conducted by Dr. Ribault to create a complement to the Orgono Living Silica (G5 in Europe) providing this Extra Strength version. The new G5 Siliplant is fully adapted to the latest European Rules on Food Supplements and possesses a National Code of Pharmacy reference.All our products are FDA inspected as well. G5 Siliplant combines the benefits of silicic acid and horsetail extract, a plant with high crystallized silicon content, which provides the organic compound. With these ingredients and applying the methods of Dr. Loic Le Ribault,we have achieved an organic soluble silica which is highly bioavailable demonstrating the same qualities of its famous sister product.
- Promotes bone and cartilage health
- Strengthens joints
- Increases collagen production