Will Silicea cause my fillings to fall out?

This question arises fairly frequently as a result of reading about the ability of Silicea to remove foreign objects. You can replace the word ‘fillings’ with any of the following:

  • Breast implants
  • Intra-uterine contraceptive devices
  • Titanium implants in the jaw or bones
  • Dental bridges
  • Orthodontic or orthopaedic devices
  • Joint replacements of the hip, knee or shoulder
  • Pacemakers

I think the concern and confusion about this arises from the fact that in Germany, where biochemic literature originated, they tend to use a homoeopathic potency of Silicea rather than a biochemic attenuation. I can’t speak for other companies as to whether their products are homoeopathic and would cause this problem or not, but AllisOne Silicea is biochemic in formulation and action;  i.e. it works on a mineral replacement basis rather than a law of similars as in homoeopathy.

In my 22 years of working with tissue salts so far, I have not encountered an adverse effect of Silicea causing an implant of any kind to fail or be rejected. I’ve had many clients with breast implants, dental implants, hip or knee replacements etc. and all of them continue their use of Silicea post-operatively with no adverse reaction. I gave it (and some other tissue salts) to my mother within a few hours of her hip replacement and her surgeon had her off crutches after 4 weeks, and was amazed at how quickly she had healed at the age of 75+.

I would be cautious of using Silicea in cases of organ transplants, where the natural response of the body is to reject the foreign tissue, and anti-rejection medication is prescribed. Perhaps years ago, it was more common for the body to reject the materials used for implants. With the biocompatibility of artificial implants in recent years, implant failure is usually due to compromised surrounding tissue either from inherent causes such as:

  • weak bone connective tissue or blood supply,
  • damage to the bone during the implant procedure, or
  • infections such as peri-implantitis.

AllisOne Silicea helps to accelerate the natural tissue healing processes in whichever scenario and will not simply cause rejection of an otherwise healthy implant.

Thus, in summary the only time that the ability of Silicea to remove foreign bodies would be of concern is:

  • if there is a transplanted organ and you are taking anti-rejection medication i.e. the body’s natural response is to reject the transplant, or
  • if an implant is unhealthy or the surrounding tissue is necrotic, and the body is naturally trying to solve the problem.

AllisOne Silicea supports the natural healing intelligence of the body; where the implants are healthy, the healing takes place faster. Only if the implant or filling is causing an unhealthy situation that the body would try to remove, will it assist in that natural healing process, and speed it up as well.

If your implants fail or fillings fall out it is because they are compromised, or there is a disease process happening beneath them in the tooth or supporting tissue. These implants would have fallen out or failed regardless of whether you were using the Silicea or not!

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14 thoughts on “Will Silicea cause my fillings to fall out?”

  1. Thank you for that. I am going to get them asap :-), since I have wanted to take the silicea to cleanse some tissues in my mouth. This is a great relief! Another question: Please explain what you mean by D12, and that its action is homeopathic…how would that be risky in terms of implants?And, wWhat is the difference between the allisone range and those in layman’s terms?

    1. D stands for decimal, so D12 is 1 part in 10 to the power of 12, or 1:1000000000000. D6 is 1:1000000 or 1 in 10 to the power of 6, i.e. 1 part per million. A big difference in the potentiation of the D12, which changes its energetic response.

      Homeopathy works according to its own rules which include the law of similars, and there are ‘provings’ of the remedies – healthy subjects using the remedy produce symptoms that the remedy addresses in subjects that have the symptoms. So, in my opion, homoeopathic remedies should not be used routinely by unsymptomatic subjects; a good example is reports by surgeons of people using homoeopathic Arnica in advance of surgery, that bleed excessively on the operating table; the remedy should be used post-operatively to help the healing once the swelling and bruising are actually present.

      Biochemic salts work on a law of deficiency at a cellular level, rather like paying back an overdraft. AllisOne tissue salts are energetically balanced biochemic salts and do not produce homoeopathic effects.

  2. Ps…There was a time I was taking alot of horsetail tea for 3months, ignorant of the silicea content, and my breasts are just as comfortable as always

    1. Monique, you understand it correctly, and in the 19 years I have been working with biochemic Silicea, I have not seen one case of problems arising due to using it, and I have seen people with all kinds of implants using it happily. I’m almost certain that these warnings arise due to the fact that in Germany and other European countries they routinely use a D12 Silicea, which in my experience behaves as a homoeopathic remedy rather than a biochemic mineral replacement.

  3. So, to clarify…since I have always avoided using tissue salt number 12, and have been wondering why there is no warning on the bottles regardless of the make…To clarify, for my own peace of mind: If I have healthy breast tissue (and I assume this since I breast fed for 4.5yrs and I never have any problems with my breasts in the 23yrs I have had these implants): Taking your make of tissue salt number 12 ie Allisone, will not cause any problem in this area and I can take it without any concern? Is that right? Many thanks. Sky

  4. Thanks Alison!

    Hmmm. I’m a Scorpio so I’ve just started taking the Calc Sulph, Silicea, Calc Phos and Bioplasma. Do you think I should add the Nat Phos, Kali Sulph and Kali Mur as well or will I get enough of those with the Bioplasma? Am I over doing it with the Bioplasma?

    I’m just learning about the tissue salts and have George Carey’s book “Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation.”

    I have two lipomas on my back that I’m hoping will go away without the need for surgery. Will keep you posted on my progress.

    1. If you want to address the lipomas, you should add the ones suggested. You could do it in the form or our Beauty Synergy, which has Calc Fluor and Nat Mur in it too; these won’t do any harm being included.

      Our Bioplasma has the equivalent of one twelfth the dose of each individual salt, so you need 12 tablets to equal one of each. It’s a really good basic and you won’t overdo any of them by using it. The Synergy range is created at a full strength of each individual salt contained therein; I would use a little more than one or two tabs a day though if you are trying to address the lipomas; suggest four to six a day for the first few months so that you can see the effects in a shorter time period.

      1. I have read that nat mur increases the blood pressure. Is Nat mur and Kali mur safe for people with blood pressure. Pls revert.

        1. Our biochemic Nat Mur and Kali Mur are entirely safe for people with blood pressure problems; Nat Mur addresses the movement of water across cell membranes and will not adversely influence normal blood pressure either. I can only assume that safety cautions may be as a consequence of either confusing homoeopathic formulations with biochemic minerals, or alternately confusing the warnings about consuming too much salt (molecular sodium chloride) in food or the potential toxicity of too much molecular potassium chloride in causing cardiac arrest.

    1. Hi Jill

      Interesting question! Haven’t had anyone with a lipoma story to report on, but I certainly think the salts would help.

      Silicea would be important to restore the connective tissue, and since it involves fatty tissue, there would likely be a deficiency of Nat Phos and Kali Sulph as well. Kali Mur is also involved due to the fibrous capsule and is indicated to assist in soft tissue tumours.

      Let me know what happens if you give it a try, hope it helps.

    1. Hi Louisa
      Most modern joint replacements and metal insertions are made of titanium, which is very bio-compatible. My mother had a hip replacement in March last year, and took Silicea right from the first day post-op and her doctor was very happy with the healing at her 6 week check-up. She’s still doing fine, and using Silicea.

      My experience is that biochemic Silicea (i.e. not homoeopathic potency) is simply going to speed up the body’s natural processes. If the bone tissue is unhealthy or necrotic (which has nothing to do with Silicea) the metal parts will fail anyway, and Silicea will facilitate and help to clean up in that process. If the bone is healthy, the metal parts fuse with the bone and Silicea will speed up the healing process.

      I’ve not seen one rejection in all the years (almost 20) of using biochemic Silicea. Only if it is a foreign organ, that the immune system would naturally attack and reject (hence people are prescribed anti-rejection immuno-suppressive drugs) would I be concerned about using it.

      I hope that clarifies things for you.

      All the best

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