Colloidal silver has been used for centuries to prevent and heal illnesses and infections.
- to boost and support the immune system, take 4-6 teaspoons a daily
- to prevent and heal infections and burns, spray or rub directly onto wound or apply a cotton wool dressing soaked in the solution
- antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antimicrobial
- our solution is clear and bright because our manufacturing process produces very small silver particles which are the most beneficial for both internal and external applications.
- our solution can be tested with a TDS meter (total dissolved solids), or tested with a laser light. The result is a matt defused beam (Tyndall effect) which indicates a high-quality colloidal silver.
Pure steam distilled water, .999 pure silver colloidal particles (20 parts per million)
Colloidal silver is without a doubt one of the single-greatest natural antiviral agents on the face of the earth for your health. It’s broad spectrum antibacterial qualities are indisputable. The size of the silver particles in water are the key to its ability to decimate a wide variety of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Through an electrical process, silver is broken down into particles in purified water.
Clinical research, recently, has validated that colloidal silver has an enormous impact on modern medicine, with the historically ancient drug showing promise for AIDS, MRSA, Lyme disease, rotavirus, norovirus, different forms of the flu, and the rhinovirus, which is responsible for colds and viral pneumonia, as well as bronchitis. Many medical researchers and other experts are recommending that colloidal silver be used as a first-line defense against flu and other viral epidemics.
The term “silver spoon in his mouth” originated during the plague days. The wealthy people ate on silver with silver utensils and never seemed to get sick. It was finally discovered that it was the silver that helped them resist the black plague. Today, many medical institutions even use a silver ointment coating on ventilators during intubation to reduce associated risks for pneumonia.