The Institut Dr. Rilling Healthcare GmbH is a company of the Rilling Group based in Pliezhausen, Germany. Dr. med. Siegfried Rilling (died in 2014) was the namesake and founder of additional companies of the Rilling Group. His many years of work and experience as a physician in internal medicine and radiotherapeutics and as a homeopathic physician were incorporated in the developments of the individual companies of the Rilling Group. In his book “Kompendium der Mineralstoffe und Spurenelemente” [Compendium of Minerals and Trace Elements], published in 1993 by the Haug publishing company, he stressed the importance and significance of silica and its interactions with other minerals for the entire organism.

The Dr. Rilling Healthcare products are carefully produced with the highest degree of pharmaceutical quality exclusively with the purest raw materials of natural origin and are free of aluminum. Our products are produced and filled exclusively in Germany.

The human body contains about 20 mg of silica/kg body weight. The amount decreases with increasing age. For humans, silica is essential and it must be ingested with food since the body cannot produce it itself. Silica is traditionally used for building and maintaining healthy skin, connective tissue, hair and nails. It is also presumed that silica plays an essential role in many metabolic processes.

The interaction of silica with other essential minerals and vitamins in the body – such as calcium, magnesium, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 – was taken into account in the composition of the Dr. Rilling Healthcare nutritional supplements.

The specially developed Dr. Rilling Healthcare SAM (Surface-Activation of Minerals) technology ensures optimal availability as well as supply to deep regions of the intestines. Visit our public lecture “Silica – the building block of life” on Friday, 12.10.2018 at 13:30 in room B51 and learn more about silica, the second most common element of our earth, as the most important building block for the preservation of health. You will find our booth in hall B5, E09.