from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Same as silicoidea.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Silicious sponges. See Silicispongiæ.
- n. Sponges, excepting Calcarea; all non-calcareous sponges.
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The cell salts calcium sulph or silicea are both effective for this condition and should be taken in 3rd to 12th potency every hour until symptoms begin to subside, tapering off gradually.
For pus abscesses and boils, silicea 6X is sometimes effective.
Homeopathic remedies to consider are belladonna if the condition is of recent and rapid onset, hepar sulph 6th to 30th if the condition is associated with pus and suppuration, and silicea 6th if it seems slow to heal.
SHOUKRY, B.: Los minerales como materia prima del vidrio en el Peru y tecnologia del tratamiento de la arena silicea, Stolberg Ingenieurberatung, Lima 1984, unpublished.
But silicea (homeopathic proved remedy) is Silicic Anhydride and not Silicic Acidicum.
A pharmacy is marketing silicea 200 with name "Acid Silicicum" and claims that it has silicea
But silicea (homeopathic proved remedy) is Silicic Anhydride and not
Silicicum "and claims that it has silicea (actual proved homeopathic remedy) in it but actually the bottle contains acid silicicum dilution.
A pharmacy is marketing silicea 200 with name "Acid