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Silicea 200c

I just got some silicea, in hopes to remedy acne scars. They told me to take 5 tablets of 200c each a day for five days. I have read a lot of the testimonies here and most people seem to be taking a lot less. I guess I just need to know if this dosage is too extreme to treat minor acne scars and what would be a more realistic dose. Cheers!
  Karrot13 on 2005-10-28
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Put in the ratio of 3 pillules in 1 ounce of distilled water/non-medicinal spring water(boiled)/rain water(collected after it has rained for a few minutes)/drinking water(boiled to drive out chlorine) and shake it vigorously at least 10 times. Out of this, use 1 tea-spoonful as a dose.

Take next dose when the improvement from the previous dose starts wearring/fading off. Shake,as before, every time, just before taking the next dose. If there is no change, repeat after a week.

Do not put strong smelling things in the mouth e.g. raw onion, garlick, mint, smoke, tooth paste, strong tea/coffee/spices, 1 hour before and after taking medicine.

Report regularly changes in detail.
sahai last decade
Thank you for the information. But I am not sure what to expect so what should I look for and how will I know when the dose starts to fade? Thanks again.
Karrot13 last decade
You should expect signs of scar healing i.e. fading.
sahai last decade

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