I feel soo dumb for not double checking about this lol..used this coq10 supplement and just broke apart the capsules bc the cosmetics sites are so $$$. But. I took the "other ingredients" to mean what the capsule was made of, but it wasn't, the capsule is just the gelatin part and everything else is inside- Cellulose, magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide. So, in my creams it didn't fully dissolve and here I was wondering why....until it became clear this other stuff must be responsible. But I'm just wondering, which of these don't dissolve or is it just all of them? I got it to at least to 158°F as I melted it with olivem 1000.
"The mean consumption of drinking water was 0.94 (SD = 0.49) liters/day. Tap water was the sole source of water intake for 43.7 percent of the subjects; 40.3 percent drank only bottled water. The compositions of Al in tap water varied greatly from one parish to another from 0.001 to 0.514 mg/liter, with a mean value of 0.043 mg/liter (median = 0.009 mg/liter) depending largely on the method of water treatment used (i.e. by Al flocculation or not). In bottled water, when available or detectable, the concentrations of Al are very small with a maximum value of 0.032 mg/liter and with a mean value of 0.002 mg/liter (median = 0). Silica levels in tap water ranged from 4.2 to 22.4 mg/liter and were inversely related to aluminum concentrations, but this negative correlation was weak in our study (Pearson correlation coefficient = −0.18, p = 0.13). In bottled water, the concentrations of Si ranged from 2 mg/liter to 77.6 mg/liter. The daily mean intake of Al and Si from drinking water is described in Table 2. The correlation between geographical exposures and individual exposure was 0.71 (p<0.001) for aluminum and 0.13 (p<0.001) for silica. Among subjects studied, 112 were exposed to more than 0.1mg/day of aluminum essentially due to a high consumption of tap water with high levels of Al.
.....Analyses restricted to cases classified as Alzheimer’s disease (364 cases) also suggested a deleterious effect of high aluminum intakes and a protective effect of high silica intake."
"Aluminum is regularly taken up with the daily diet. It is also used in antiperspirants, as an adjuvant for vaccination, and in desensitization procedures."
"...individuals chronically exposed to Al were 71% more likely to develop AD..."
so I bought some Morton's salt substitute as a source of potassium chloride. I think I might return it.
It has silicon dioxide in it...sand?
I think I will order the Now brand of potassium chloride online, because I can't find it at any store. I see that this brand is pure potassium chloride.
What do you all think of silicon dioxide? Would it bother you, or is it just a harmless additive?
Is this what’s supposed to be in the “hybrid waxes” and can you make your own blend if it is.
I have noticed that a 50ml bottle of 9H silicon dioxide nano-coating for cars can run 10-20$ on the low end, while 1ml bottles of 9H liquid glass (silicon dioxide products) specifically marketed as being for cell phones also run in the same 10-20$ range (50 times as expensive per milliliter).
Primarily, I'm curious if they're the same thing, and if I can save money to achieve the same advertised effects (reduced incidental scratching and improved hydrophobia) by using the car version of silicon dioxide on the phone and other items which the liquid glass screen protector is marketed for (a fitness watch and phone lens). (Not versus tempered glass screen protectors).
Examples of products in the typologies which I am confused over:
Potassium Silicate -- Very Alkaline
Silicon Dioxide -- PH neutral
Is there any reason one is better than the other strictly for silica supplementation?
Is there any difference between using the two?
(other than the fact that Potassium Silicate increase potassium and increases PH)
Is Silicon Dioxide from powderized desiccant packets (silica gel) functionally different than Silicon Dioxide from Diatomite?
How does bioavailability compare between Potassium Silicate & Silicon Dioxide, either in a foliar spray or through the root stock?
Sorry if this question is not phrased the best way, still very new to this.
Thank you for your advice.
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I was researching it on pubchem because it's in just about every nootropic or supplement. I discovered this info on toxicity
I research compounds all the time on here. I have never seen this much toxicity data, especially for such a commonly used compound.
There are over 20 points of data indicating a tumorigenic quality in living species.
There are over 50 reports documenting a low toxic dosage.
There are 8 reports of Dna mutation occurring from its usage
All of these reports are in living beings. Some are in HUMANS
Why is this compound so frequently used? It doesn't even do anything except fill, and prevent caking.
These aren't even qualities we desire. We don't want silicon dioxide powder. And we don't want silicon dioxide capsules. But its cheap, makes stuff a lot easier to handle on the production line due to its anti caking, and it makes capsules look more full.
Is this another case of "well yeah its poison but youre only get a little every day so don't worry about it"?
For comparison here's another extremely common filler, magnesium stearate https://pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/compound/magnesium_stearate#section=Toxicity&fullscreen=true
Note there's only 3 studies, probably because the first few ones they did found it had an unachievablely high toxicity dose more in line with "natural" substances
I'm having an issue keeping my chemical synthesis machine producing carbon dioxide. Sometimes I have a shortage of silicon and my chemical synthesizer fills up with oxygen. How can I prevent oxygen from filling the remaining slots to leave room for some silicon? I am using exutils transfer nodes.
Also I noticed when I start using stack upgrades, the output bugs out and it's stops producing. Still looking into this one. I'm thinking I might have to use different pipes.
I really like the hard dry cube format, so, that's a must for me. It's great for traveling and so on. Have any of you found a brand without those two ingredients? I consume about 4 daily and I know that silicon dioxide is carcinogenic so I'm starting to look for more options. Any help would be great thanks.
Carbon and silicon are in the same group and form the same number of bonds, so why does carbon dioxide just form two double bonds instead of forming a giant covalent bond, also why doesn't silicon dioxide form a pair of double bonds?
Burny sanders burning sand for Bernie Sanders, per niece Anders
Nothing is truly transparent, everything blocks, absorbs, or reflects at least a few photons. So how effective is glass at letting through photons unrefracted?
I need to obtain nano particles that will fluoresce in this range for the fluorescent microscope I use. I'm looking for a merchant with a good price and possibly a few options to pick from. Thank you!
I just snorted 50mg of a caffeine pill, after looking at the ingredients I have found it contains silicon dioxide.
It seems people report this substance can be fatal if insufflated, is this true? Or is this only after repeated insufflation? If so, what do you recommend I do?
Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks :)