Colloidal Silver Use

Colloidal Silver Use

Colloidal Silver Uses, A Natural Alternative to Antibiotics

Colloidal silver uses were limited to any and all infections, plagues, unknown diseases, wounds and abrasions prior to the discovery of penicillin in 1929. Colloidal Silver was all there was for an antibiotic until penicillin.colloidal silver use
Colloidal silver uses date back thousands of years.
• Today there are over 650 diseases (including viruses and bacteria)
that colloidal silver has been known to have been successfully used to combat and kill.
The primary uses for colloidal silver are:
• Immune System Support against,
• Viruses,
• Bacteria,
• Yeast and mold infection
• parasites
The internet lists a plethora of ailments that colloidal silver has been used against:
• (septic conditions of the eyes, ears ,colitis mouth & throat),
• abrasion, acne, acne rosacea, AIDS, allergies, appendicitis, anthrax,
• arthritis, athlete’s foot, bacteria inhibitor (in military clothing,
• medical bandages, refrigerator & laundry washing machines,
• plastic food storage containers), bladder inflammation, blood
• parasites, blood poisoning, boils, bubonic plague, burns, candida,
• canine parvovirus, chillblanes, cholera, chronic fatigue, colds/flu,
• conjunctivitis, seborrhea,
More Colloidal Silver Uses
• cuts, cystitis, dermatitis, diaper rash, dysentery, eczema,
• Ebola, eye wash (for newborn infants),
• fungi, gastritis, gonorrhea, herpes, Hepatitis C,
• impetigo, indigestion, infections, inflammations, influenza,
• (bird, swine etc.) itchy skin, leukemia, lupus, Lyme disease,
• lymphangitis, malaria, measles, meningitis, mosquito bites,
• neurasthenia, parasitic infections (viral & fungal), pink eye,
A lot more uses:
• pleurisy, pneumonia, prostate, pruritis ani, psoriasis,
• purulent ophthalmia, pyorrhea, rhinitis,
• ringworm, scarlet fever, scrapes, septicemia, shingles, sores,
• superbugs, (CRE, ESBL, MRSA, SARS, VRSA, VRE), staph
• infections, (Staphylococci, Streptococci), syphilis, thyroid,
• tonsillitis, toxemia, trachoma, trenchfoot, tuberculosis, virus
• (all forms), warts, whooping-cough, yeast infection.
Colloidal Silver can only be sold as a dietary supplement.
• Colloidal Silver was a prescription drug before 1939, Colloidal Silver is no longer a prescription and can be bought online.
• This information is not intended to treat, prescribe or diagnose. This is not a “medical claim“but is only a collection of testimonials gathered from medical journals, the internet and history.
The best company to buy colloidal silver from, would be a company with history and a satisfaction guarantee that sells the type of colloidal silver that you know and want.

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