BioPure Healing Products, LLC
**Please note that the label shows 5 grams and the price charged is for 5 grams of MicroSilica. However the bottle can contain up to 6 grams of product.
MicroSilica is a proprietary product that consists of highly purified functionalized silica.
MicroSilica can be mixed with liquids to create a suspension; drink quickly to avoid settling of the particles. The best liquid for the suspension is a soluble Vitamin C liquid as this protects the anti-oxidant qualities of the product. Alternately, a bit of lemon juice in water or a fruit juice will work. MicroSilica may be taken on an empty stomach or with food.
- The basic adult serving is 100mg (one level scoop, included) once a day. Length of treatment: The general course of use is 4-6 months.Servings, indications and any other information contained herein is suggested use only and not to be considered treatment recommendations. Please consult with a healthcare provider for treatment of any illness or condition, especially if you are pregnant, breast-feeding or considering treating a child. We suggest that you consult a licensed physician if you have any health problems and you require a medical diagnosis or medical advice or treatment. Our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For all matters that relate to your health, please contact your physician.
- Any nutritional supplement should be used according to the directions on the product label, and under the supervision of an authorized healthcare professional, to be sure there are no undesirable interactions with existing medical conditions or other prescribed medications. In the case of BioPure’s fine powder products, including Calcium Bentonite Clay, ZeoBind, MicroSilica, and Enhanced Matrix Formula (Matrix Electrolyte Powder), it is important to note that these powders are meant to be dissolved in liquid and swallowed orally. Care should be taken to avoid inhalation of the powder dust. If inhaled, they are not immediately detrimental to one’s health, but research has shown that long-term inhalation of some powders, such as talc, may cause irritation to the eyes, nose, throat, and lungs.