Colloidal Silver Use

Colloidal Silver Use

Colloidal Silver Uses

Colloidal silver uses have a history of hundreds of years.

It is believed by the researchers working in this field that Colloidal Silver uses may be taken in different ways for specific purposes. The colloidal silver uses suggested are that it may be gargled, dropped into eyes or ears, used vaginally, anally, atomized or inhaled into the nose or lungs.

Some other colloidal silver uses are when taken orally or put on a Band-Aid and applied directly to cuts, scrapes, open sores, warts or used as a rinse for acne, and other skin irritations, although described as colloidal silver uses, none of these uses are approved by any medical or governmental agency.

 

Colloidal Silver 1100 PPM is the most studied most used colloidal silver worldwide.

Unconfirmed research results and internet reports show colloidal silver uses in the treatment of cancer, hepatitis C, sinusitis, acne, yeast infections, flu, gangrene, colds and other viral and bacteria infections.. Scientist suggest that according to their reports, it depends on the amount of silver in the person’s body in order to see positive results. In the cases of cancer, problems result from the lack of silver in the body. Silver is a needed trace element for good health. When silver was present, the cancer cells stopped their development and the body is basically restored. When levels are low or not-existent, the cancer growth continues to grow because the cells cannot reverse themselves. Researchers also predict colloidal silver uses in AIDS and herpes treatment will be at minimum a support for the immune system. Since in active AIDS, the suppressed immune system of the body is open to all kinds of diseases, Colloidal Silver uses seems to be the perfect non-toxic supplement to use for its wide spectrum immune system support. Certain tests prove that colloidal silver killed not only the HIV Virus (in vitro), but every virus that was tested in the lab. Lab test, in vitro, is certainly different from ingestion of a substance into the body. The reason is if you have a solution of 10 PPM and dilute it with 5 liters of blood the ratio of colloidal silver used to kill virus in a tube or dish is drastically higher than if you ingest the same amount of silver and dilute it with the blood in your system.

There are NO known side affects to taking colloidal silver

when following the suggested manufacturers or physicians suggested use.

Dr. Axe shows the top 8 Colloidal Silver Benefits:

1. Antibacterial

2. Wound Care/Skin Health

3. Pink Eye/Ear Infections

4. Antiviral

5. Anti-Inflammatory

6. Sinusitis

7. Cold/Flu

8. Pneumonia

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The greatest of colloidal silver uses of all is as a marvelous support for the immune system as a supplement.

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  1. Charlie Wildish
    April 3rd, 2008 18:19
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    As you mention above, silver has been used throughout history for its healing and anti bacterial properties. The famous Greek physician, Hippocrates (who is considered by many as the father of modern medicine), wrote that silver could prevent disease and had special healing properties. Consequently, the Ancient Greeks and Romans used silver utensils as well as silver urns to keep water and other liquids fresh.
    Ancient Egyptian writings indicate that they used silver too; as did the ancient Chinese who’s Emperors ate with silver chopsticks.
    During the Middle Ages wealthy families gave their children silver spoons to suck on as protection from the horrific plagues that ravished Europe; hence the expression, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth”. To this day, people still refer to “getting their best silverware out”, for special occasions.
    Early American pioneers dropped silver coins into their wells and water barrels to keep the water safe from bacteria and algae. Likewise, settlers in the Australian outback suspended silverware in their water tanks to retard spoilage. Dairy farmers often used silver milk pails to keep the milk from spoiling.
    In the late 1800’s, Western scientists re-discovered the use of silver as an anti-bacterial agent. By the early 1900’s, the use of silver in Western medicine had become widespread. Surgeons used silver sutures to close surgical wounds; in order to prevent infection and to accelerate the healing process. There were however a few controversies at this time. This was due to the overuse of certain protein-bound silver products leading to a skin discoloring condition know as argyria, as well as improperly prepared and unstable silver. However, reputable medical journals reported that properly prepared silver solutions were safe with no adverse side effects. It was reported in February 16th, 1918, by T. H. Anderson Wells in the Lancet, that colloidal silver solution was “used intravenously . . . without any irritation of the kidneys and with no pigmentation of the skin”.
    Silver leaf was even used to prevent infection in soldiers wounds during World War I. However, silver lost favour in the 1930’s due to the emergence of new synthetically manufactured antibiotic drugs, hailed at the time as “wonder drugs”. It wasn’t until some time later that antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria emerged leading to an ongoing cat and mouse game between super resistant bacteria and the pharmaceutical companies.
    Nevertheless, during World War II (1939 to 1945), colloidal silver solutions were often used as a topical antiseptic and either taken orally or even injected as an antibiotic.
    In the 1970’s, silver made a comeback into mainstream medicine when the late Dr Carl Moyer, chairman of Washington University’s Department of Surgery was given a grant to research better treatment for burn victims. A silver compound was found more effective than 22 other antiseptics at killing invasive burn bacteria and allowing the burn wound to heal. Today Silver Sulphadiazine (Silvadene) is used in 70% of American burn centers.
    A recent report states that some 275,000 kg (605,000 lbs) of edible metallic silver foil are eaten ever year in India. This may be due in part to its use in Ayurvedic (traditional Indian) medicine as a tonic, elixir or rejuvenative agent for age or debilitating diseases.
    Modern clinical studies have proven the efficiency of ultra-dilute silver colloidal solutions as an extraordinary, powerful and safe, bactericidal agent from which bacteria and viruses are unable to develop a resistance.

  2. Medical Colloidal Silver - Silversmart
    January 21st, 2010 02:23
    2

    Colloidal Silver indeed has many uses and it can be used to heal many medical problems. But one should be very much particular about the quality of colloidal silver one uses.

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