Silicic acid process

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Silicic acids are oxygen-containing chemical compounds of silicon. Silicon compounds form the material basis for the silicic acid process, which is indispensable in the human organism for the formative activity of the I-organisation and has a very special relationship to the head or sensory activity. Siliceous minerals also act as a cosmic sense organ of the whole earth. In another, more forcefully differentiated form, the silicic acid process in the human being also acts on the rhythmic system and on the metabolic-limb system.


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