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Thursday, July 10th, 2008

Colloidal Silver Soap Use starts with the looks of soap, feels like soap and that is as far as the similarities goes. The protection of silver on the body and skin is superb. The fragrance is delightful and the benefits of colloidal silver soap use are numerous.
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There are many different kinds of skin fungi. Yeast infections are also skin fungus. The potential for skin fungus infection is always prevalent. The skin fungus is found on all of our skin.colloidal silver use A weak immune system can allow the skin fungus to grow. Many people develop fungal infections, These skin fungus infections are usually easy to treat as a skin fungus rarely spreads below the skin.

Nail fungus, athlete’s foot, ring worm are a few of the fungi that we are acquainted with, now here is another that has just been classified. Malassezia globosa (M. globosa), is naturally occurring skin fungus responsible for dandruff and other skin disorders in humans. According to Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Seborrheic and Dandruff dermatitis is found in more than 50 percent of the human population. Other common skin diseases that were found to involve fungus include psoriasis, eczema, and, atopic dermatitis.

Yeast, fungus, bacteria and virus all are killed by colloidal silver in the laboratory dish. The reason for the emphatic “KILL” is the colloidal silver is not diluted and can attack the “germs” in full force. Using colloidal silver directly on skin would not be diluted with 5 liters of blood (if taken internally) so the protection is very good.

Livestock owners, large industry, veterinarians and clean rooms have found that colloidal silver used to sanitize areas contaminated with bacteria, fungi, and virus can be sterilized with this wonderful, natural powerful cleanser that happens to be non toxic to animals and humans.

Colloidal silver soap moisturizes, cleanses and protects the largest organ of the body, our skin. Using the colloidal silver bar to cleanse the scalp as well as the body defines the colloidal silver soap as distinctly different from the ordinary bar of soap . Telling you of the benefits is only a part of the task, actually getting you to feel the difference is the experience we know you will enjoy!

Colloidal silver has been used topically in the medical industry for years to treat newborn infant eyes to guard against transmittal of venereal disease, bandages infused with silver and colloidal silver baths for burn victims to guard against infection. Colloidal silver as a supplement to support the immune system is available as the most popular colloidal silver use. SummerSale


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Cocktail of common antibiotics can fight resistant E. coli  Science Daily

Scientists have discovered that a combination of two common antibiotics is able to eliminate multi-drug resistant E. coli causing urinary tract infections.



Essential oils from garlic, herbs kill persistent Lyme disease bacteria  The Hub at Johns Hopkins

Oils from garlic and several other common herbs and medicinal plants show strong activity against the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, according to a study ...



There's A New Antibiotic In Town, And We Can Create It In The Lab  Futurism

Researchers discover a promising new compound in the hunt for a new antibiotic, and it's something we could synthesize ourselves.



Unnecessary Antibiotics  Healthline

Antibiotics have long been scrutinized for their misuse, overuse, and harsh side effects. Now, a new study from Case Western Reserve University shows that ...



Insects could be an untapped source of new antibiotic drugs  Business Insider

A research team recently discovered that insects may be an overlooked source of treatments for various diseases.



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Vitamin D helps treat lethal drug-resistant TB  Science Daily

Vitamin D has been found to speed up the clearance of tuberculosis (TB) bacteria from the lungs of people with multi-drug resistant TB, according to a study of ...



Study Shows Antibiotics Destroy Immune Cells and Worsen Oral Infection  Infection Control Today

New research shows that the body's own microbes are effective in maintaining immune cells and killing certain oral infections.



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Product review: Septogard natural antibiotics  All4Women

There's no better time to test an immune-boosting product, like Septogard natural antibiotics, than at the start of a cold or flu…



Natural extracts outweigh synthetic antibiotics for acne treatment  Dermatology Times

Combined plant-based therapy is more effective for treating mild-to-moderate acne than a synthetic antibiotic.



Genentech antibiotic shows broad activity against multidrug-resistant bugs in mice  FierceBiotech

When it comes to antibiotic-resistant bacteria, so-called Gram-negative bugs are the most worrisome to scientists and drug developers. That's because these ...



Looking to the natural world for potential solutions to antibiotic resistance  Stuff.co.nz

With a background in clinical research, Cynthia Hunefeld is on a mission to combat antibiotic resistance with some help from Mother Nature. After witnessing her ...



Nature's Top 10 Antibiotics  Longevity LIVE

Antibiotic resistance is a growing public health concern worldwide. According to the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) when antibiotics don't work, the result ...



12 best natural remedies for eczema  Medical News Today

Many natural remedies can relieve the dry, itchy skin that eczema causes, including aloe vera, coconut oil, special baths, and essential oils. In this article, we ...



'Game-changing' antibiotic can kill off superbugs  Medical News Today

The antibiotic teixobactin may succeed where others have failed; a synthetic version of it clears an infection with a drug-resistant superbug in mice.



Searching the sea, and bacterial battles, for new antibiotics  University of Wisconsin-Madison

Alexander Fleming's discovery of penicillin — the world's first natural antibiotic — is famously told as a story of serendipity: a petri dish growing bacteria was ...



McDonald's Commits to Reducing Antibiotic Use in its Global Beef Supply  Natural Resources Defense Council

McDonald's, the world's largest and most iconic burger restaurant chain, today announced it will address antibiotics use across its global beef supply chain by ...



Antimicrobial Resistance – What does USDA Research Tell Us?  USDA.gov

Antimicrobial Resistance or AMR occurs naturally in bacteria and AMR far predates human existence. However, AMR is a complicated issue and there are many ...



MRSA in children: Symptoms, treatment, and risks  Medical News Today

MRSA is a potentially serious bacterial infection. Children and toddlers can pick up MRSA from other kids, usually when the bacteria enter a cut or scrape. In this ...



Antibiotic Sales for U.S. Meat Production Drop, But Use Remains High  Natural Resources Defense Council

WASHINGTON – Sales of antibiotics important to human medicine for use in livestock dropped 28 percent from 2009 to 2017, according to annual numbers ...



New Class Of Synthetized Natural Antibiotic Kills Superbugs, Lessens Severity Of Infection  Tech Times

A natural antibiotic called teixobactin, when synthesized, can be used to fight drug-resistant superbugs like MRSA and VRE. These groundbreaking results ...



I Empowered Myself by Testing CF Pseudomonas with Manuka Honey  Cystic Fibrosis News Today

Columnist Ella Balasa, who has CF and is a scientist, tested the efficacy of a natural supplement, manuka honey, on Pseudomonas aeruginosa.



Chain Reaction IV: Burger Edition  State PIRGs

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT. The Chain Reaction IV report and scorecard ranks America's 25 largest burger chains on their policies relating to antibiotic use in ...



A New Antibiotic? Yes, Please  Science Magazine

New antibiotics against resistant Gram-negative bacteria make me happy, so I'm very glad to see this report from Genentech. They've been doing a lot of work ...



8 Proven Natural Antibiotics  Care2.com

When you're facing a bacterial infection, few people give herbs a second thought. But, considering their effectiveness at treating a wide range of infections, we ...


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