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  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • nature and its processes for that which we call quartz, or silicic
    • of the effect of that which lies in the silicic acid formation process. Thus
    • if one brings this silicic acid formation process into the human organism,
    • remedy which is produced in the proper manner out of silicic acid, the
    • correspond to the silicic acid process are contained in the root organs of
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • nature and its processes for that which we call quartz, or silicic
    • of the effect of that which lies in the silicic acid formation process. Thus
    • if one brings this silicic acid formation process into the human organism,
    • remedy which is produced in the proper manner out of silicic acid, the
    • correspond to the silicic acid process are contained in the root organs of
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • illnesses are treated with silicic acid taken internally, or
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • — in the form of silicic acid, for instance, and in other
    • presence of the silicic activity.
    • than 90% of silicic acid. In equisetum the cosmic is present, so to
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • the soil if plant-growth is to prosper there. Silicic acid, on the other
    • if we fail to take the silicic acid or the lead or mercury or arsenic
    • or limestone or phosphoric acid. Heaven provides silicic acid, lead,
    • silicic acid — these substances the plants suck upward from the
    • prevent the Earth from drawing into itself what it needs by way of silicic
    • silicic acid, lead, etc., which come to the earth in finest
    • something to attract the silicic acid from the whole cosmic environment,
    • for we must have this silicic acid in the plant. Precisely with regard
    • to silicic acid, the Earth gradually loses its power in the course of
    • this loss of silicic acid; they think it insignificant for the growth
    • Silicic acid contains silicon
    • In time, we need the silicic acid to attract and draw in the cosmic
    • interaction between the silicic acid and the potassium — not
    • plant which by its own relationship between potassium and silicic acid
    • between the silicic acid finely, homoeopathically distributed in the
    • Cosmos, and that which is needed as silicic acid throughout the given
    • way. It will give the soil the faculty to attract just as much silicic
    • with silicic acid, it will grow sensitive to all things, and will draw
  • Title: Cosmic Workings: Lecture II
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    • material: silica, quartz, real silicic acid. But it is harder quartz
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, VII: Lecture Eight
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    • Hence when silicic acid is correctly administered as a remedy
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • present in a finely distributed condition as silicic acid was
    • from the surrounding Cosmos. And thus in the silicic acid
    • Besides the silicic acid, there was imbedded also in this
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • quartz crystals, like the crystals of silicic acid. If you go
    • wax and the quartz is made of silicic acid.
    • aid of silicic acid. There you have forces that come from the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • be able to observe the curative effects of silicic acid. Silicic acid
    • chalk. Man looked into the silicic acid, and the plant-creation
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine -- Contents
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    • Iron in the human blood; relationship of silicic acid and sugar to
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • do so very well by introducing silicic acid into the human
    • organism, for silicic acid has an affinity for this inorganic
    • inorganic. When you find silicic acid in a flower, you
    • administering this silicic element on the one hand, and on the
    • system to the senses; the aftereffects of silicic acid tend
    • and, as I have suggested, of silicic acid.
    • contained particularly in the sugar and silicic acid, but also
    • administration of silicic acid, sugar, and alkaline salts. To
    • super-sensible vision, silicic acid, alkaline salts, and sugar,
    • effect of silicic acid is due, in the first place, to the fact
    • results attainable with silicic acid could not be achieved with
    • silicic acid and alkaline salts are most effective; it is pure
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • silicic acid into the organism, for silicic acid has an
    • inherent in everything that underlies the formation of silicic acid,
    • the inorganic state. When silicic acid is present in any flower you
    • administering silicic acid, and also by supplying the organism with
    • nervous system to the senses; the after-effects of silicic acid tend
    • but in an unusual one); and of silicic acid.
    • the sugar and silicic acid, but also in the alkaline salts, will
    • the administration of silicic acid, sugar and alkaline salts. To
    • super-sensible vision, silicic acid, alkaline salts and sugar, in the
    • strong action of silicic acid is due, in the first place, to the fact
    • obtainable with silicic acid could not be reached with substances
    • formative principle) substances such as silicic acid and alkaline
  • Title: Arts and Their Mission: Lecture VII
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    • carbon, silicic acid, all kinds of earth-substances found, also, in
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture IX
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    • Take, as a concrete instance, the processes proper to silicic acid
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture X
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    • blood or the blood itself. Cichorium intybus also contains silicic
    • substances which tend to the mineral kingdom, i.e., silicic acid, work
    • wild strawberry also contains silicic acid, which promotes stimulation
    • stimulation means a certain risk, if too much silicic acid is
    • as the unmodified mineral residue. Thus the Silicic acid (silicon)
    • silicic acid; notice how in the peripheral region of man the human
    • silicic acid in the head formation! Of course we must take the rest of
  • Title: Spiritual Science and Medicine -- Lecture XI
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    • which matters. Take, for instance, silicic acid, and treat it so as to
  • Title: Art of Healing: Lecture II
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    • the silicic acid which enters
    • the organism. Silicic acid, which in the outer realm of Nature
    • silicic acid is active. But if we look at the other side of the
    • concentrated, that the silicic acid process is intensified;
    • strongest silicic acid processes; we can follow them into the
    • have their own specific silicic acid processes but weaker than
    • the senses, he needs more and more silicic acid; in the centre
    • silicic acid. Directly we perceive this fact we
    • we call silica, and forms silicic acid. And whereas in man the
    • production of silicic acid.
    • combines with the silica to form silicic acid, and as such, is
    • Through this secretion of silicic acid the
    • supply of silicic acid.
    • of silicic acid process. Therefore we have
    • disperses silicic acid throughout the body, and because during
    • that process too little silicic acid has reached the kidneys,
    • we must do something which will attract a stronger silicic acid
    • means to introduce just this silicic acid process into the
    • will somehow carry the silicic acid process which is
    • need a remedy that, firstly, will stimulate the silicic-acid
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  • Title: Art of Healing: Lecture III
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    • the earlier lectures, namely, silicic acid. If, however,
    • we were to give only silicic acid, we should, it is
    • the Ego by means of silicic acid; (3) regulation of the
    • silicic acid, sulphur and iron — combined in a certain
  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Healing: Lecture II
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    • influence of the silicic acid which enters the organism.
    • Silicic acid, which in the outer realm of Nature forms itself
    • wonderfully delicate process going on in which silicic acid is
    • where the senses are especially concentrated, that the silicic
    • ‘centralised,’ we have the strongest silicic acid
    • silicic acid processes but weaker than those in the
    • senses, he needs more and more silicic acid; in the centre of
    • requires more silicic acid. Directly we perceive this fact we
    • silica, and forms silicic acid. And whereas in man the
    • system is the production of silicic acid. The latter is a finer
    • oxygen combines with the silica to form silicic acid, and as
    • secretion of silicic acid the whole organism becomes a
    • receives the necessary supply of silicic acid.
    • of silicic acid process. Therefore we have to be attentive,
    • the oxygen combines with silica and then disperses silicic acid
    • silicic acid has reached the kidneys, we must do something
    • which will attract a stronger silicic acid process to them. So
    • silicic acid process into the kidneys?
    • silicic acid process which is administered from outside, to an
    • stimulate the silicic-acid process, and, secondly, which will
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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Healing: Lecture III
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    • lectures, namely, silicic acid. If, however, we were to give
    • only silicic acid, we should, it is true, send back the Ego
    • silicic acid; (3) regulation of the disordered rhythm of the
    • administer a preparation of silicic acid, sulphur and iron
  • Title: Report: An Outline of Anthroposophical Medical Research
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    • but also, in its finest form, throughout the air. This is silicic
    • observation disclose with regard to silicic acid, or, for example,
    • which takes place in man as silicic acid processes. We have silicic
    • silicic acid processes are the external counterpart, the expression
    • strong enough to manipulate, to control, the whole of this silicic
    • acid activity. If the Ego is too weak, the silicic acid is separated
    • decomposition of the silicic acid processes in. the body, or which one
    • must deal with therapeutically by the administration of silicic acid.
    • silicic acid deposited in the body. It takes the place of the Ego
    • silicic acid processes, and on the other by an impotence of the Ego to
    • the silicic acid processes, which should have a reaction inwards, are
    • something silicious — that is, the spiritual element of silicic
  • Title: Report: An Outline of Anthroposophical Medical Research - 1
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    • but also, in its finest form, throughout the air. This is silicic
    • observation disclose with regard to silicic acid, or, for example,
    • which takes place in man as silicic acid processes. We have silicic
    • silicic acid processes are the external counterpart, the expression
    • strong enough to manipulate, to control, the whole of this silicic
    • acid activity. If the Ego is too weak, the silicic acid is separated
    • decomposition of the silicic acid processes in. the body, or which one
    • must deal with therapeutically by the administration of silicic acid.
    • silicic acid deposited in the body. It takes the place of the Ego
    • silicic acid processes, and on the other by an impotence of the Ego to
    • the silicic acid processes, which should have a reaction inwards, are
    • something silicious — that is, the spiritual element of silicic
  • Title: Report: An Outline of Anthroposophical Medical Research - 2
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    • but also, in its finest form, throughout the air. This is silicic
    • observation disclose with regard to silicic acid, or, for example,
    • which takes place in man as silicic acid processes. We have silicic
    • silicic acid processes are the external counterpart, the expression
    • strong enough to manipulate, to control, the whole of this silicic
    • acid activity. If the Ego is too weak, the silicic acid is separated
    • decomposition of the silicic acid processes in. the body, or which one
    • must deal with therapeutically by the administration of silicic acid.
    • silicic acid deposited in the body. It takes the place of the Ego
    • silicic acid processes, and on the other by an impotence of the Ego to
    • the silicic acid processes, which should have a reaction inwards, are
    • something silicious — that is, the spiritual element of silicic
  • Title: Evolution, Earth, Man: Lecture II
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    • we call it silicic acid. One has the idea that an acid must be fluid,
    • mountains is silicic acid. And when it is whitish and like glass it
    • is pure silicic acid. If it contains other substances you get the
    • You can get an idea of the strong influence this dissolved silicic
    • gives silicic acid, is 48 to 49%! Think what that means: half of all
    • There it unites with the silica and forms silicic acid in us. If we
    • is united in us with the oxygen and goes up into our head, as silicic
    • good deal of silicic acid in our hair, only it is still fluid, not
    • the nerves and senses contains silicic acid.
    • beneficial, healing effects of silicic acid; it is tremendously
    • then one must prescribe silicic acid which assists the nourishment to
    • one must administer a silicic acid preparation as remedy. There one
    • sees, in fact, what a very great role silicic acid still plays today
    • In that ancient condition of the earth, the silicic acid
    • Just as we have silicic acid to thank for our sense organs, so at
    • working of the silicic acid that was present everywhere. Since,
    • with the clumsy limbs, since the silicic acid reached those creatures
    • air full of sulphur and silicic acid but now transformed and adapted
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • head through the whole of his body. It is quartz, or silicic acid.
    • the silicic acid when it wants to grow spiky up above inside him. The
    • this force, this silicic acid force — i.e., this power to
    • hexagonal cells. You see, the earth makes hexagonal silicic-acid
    • laid there. Where there is silicic acid in the quartz, here in the cell is
    • the finely dissolved silicic acid
    • drink sour milk and it would form little silicic-acid crystals on the
    • from the plant world and has a plant nature. If you take silicic acid
    • to take some silicic acid instead of honey, for then he would also obtain
    • this hexagonal force. But the silicic acid which has been driven as
    • far as the hexagonal form, as far as to evolve this silicic acid
    • pulverised quartz, that is, silicic acid as a remedy. When you have
    • given him this highly diluted silicic acid as a medicine for a time,
    • honey. The strongly diluted silicic acid will have called forth in
    • amount of honey can follow. The silicic acid has prepared the way for
    • highly diluted silicic acid the honey can then take effect. In the
    • of silicic acid, as I told you. Also, a milk and honey cure can be of
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Appendix
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    • like the crystals of silicic acid. If you go into the mountains and
    • crystals are of silicic acid.
    • astral forces, with the aid of silicic acid. There you have the
  • Title: Anthro Medical Therapy: Lecture I
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    • silica or silicic acid but also the limestone-forming
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • and some silicic acid. There are all kinds of substances which are



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