This fine remedy is valued in biochemistry as much as it is in homoeopathy, and I will try to describe its most important uses as briefly as possible.

Silicea is used for suppuration of every kind, but only when it has established itself properly or is already dispersing. In the early stage Hepar sulph. 4x should be given to encourage the elimination of pus. The healing process should then be left for Silicea 12x to accomplish. In northern lands, silica is used by the peasants for every sort of suppuration, especially for boils. For inflammation of the bones, necrosis of the bones, tonsillar abscesses, dental fistulas, indeed for any sort of fistula, silica is a slow but sure remedy.


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