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Colloidal Silver Use vs. Which Colloidal Silver to Use

Wednesday, February 03rd, 2010

Colloidal silver use would be a lot easier to explain if one knew which colloidal silver to use… Your frustration is shared! You want to know the best colloidal silver to use, colloidal silver use, what colloidal silver is used for and the more you surf the net the harder it seems to be able to get reliable colloidal silver information.
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First lets address the “straight forward answer”, if we tell you colloidal silver should be used for _______ or you should take 3_______ of colloidal silver ____ times a day, colloidal silver usethe vitamin police would shut our site down and force us out of business for “diagnosing and prescribing” . SOoo, lets’ see if we can address your questions without a sales pitch of this one is better than the other… please sharpen up on reading between the lines.

Which colloidal silver is the best to use?

      There are reports that colloidal silver use topically can be a low ppm with good results. There are reports that higher ppm colloidal silver is needed when it is (diluted with 5 liters of blood) ingested. We have received reports that high voltage low ppm colloidal silver is better than mild protein high ppm colloidal silver… one is not necessarily better than the other. The colloidal silver use depends upon the application. We can only say that colloidal silver is a supplement. We sell both kinds. We sell the most of the 1100 PPM colloidal silver, this formula is 112 years old, the most studied, most used and has the most testimonies for its use. The commercially produced Advanced colloidal silver process, (high voltage), is about 20 years old.

 

Can I use Colloidal silver in my eyes?

      Hospitals have used a silver solution to put in newborn infant’s eyes at birth to prevent venereal disease from mother to child for decades. There are many reports of the advanced colloidal silver used in eyes. However, we have even more reports of individuals using 1100 PPM for eye support.

 

Which Colloidal Silver PPM should I take?

      This is purely consumer’s choice. We offer 20 PPM, 30 PPM, 500 PPM and 1100 PPM colloidal silver. For 112 years the 1100 PPM formula has been the flagship for all colloidal silver sales.

 

      • Which is better ionic or non-ionic colloidal silver? The clear decision is in on this topic. Only the ionic, large particle, clear HOMEMADE colloidal silver using a 9 volt battery CAN be detrimental to your health. All other commercial made colloidal silver is acceptable as a supplement. CAUTION: if you make your own colloidal silver with a 9 volt battery and 2 silver leads, USE ONLY DISTILLED WATER, and do not add salt (or anything else) to the water.

 

Can I turn blue using colloidal silver?

      Of the 5 known cases in the US in the last 100 years, one was not colloidal silver at all, but was silver nitrate prescribed by a doctor, two were from mega doses of homemade silver solution that had other compounds in them (well documented, one being the “blue man” recently in the news), and the last two were homemade solutions and self administered without documentation, (Argyria, turning blue, is the long term, high volume use of large particle silver solutions.) There has never been a case of Argyria from any person using a commercial produced colloidal silver product adhering to the manufacturer’s “suggested use”.

 

Is colloidal silver use good for herpes, aids, swine flu, yeast infections, sinusitis, ringworm, hepatitis C, Abscesses, Acne, Allergies, Arthritis, Athletes Foot, Bladder Infection, Bronchitis, Spider bite, Candida, Colds, Colitis, Cough, Crohns, HIV, Cyst, Dandruff, Ear Ache, Eye Infection, Gastrointestinal, Infections, Rosecea, Shingles, skin Rash, Sore Throat, Sun Burn, UTI (Urinary Tract Infection), Viral Pneumonia, Warts and all other various and sundry ailments?

      Colloidal silver is sold as a supplement. Laboratory tests have shown that colloidal silver kills, bacteria, virus and yeast in a petri dish within 4 minutes. (Never confuse the volume of a petri dish with the 5 liters of blood in your body). How many of the above ailments are caused by or are the development of a virus, bacteria, yeast and / or causing infection?

 

What particle size of colloidal silver do I need to need to use?

      Particle size has been heralded as the most important aspect of colloidal silver as long as it can be absorbed into the blood stream. Most colloidal silver particle sizes are small enough to absorb by osmosis right through your bare hand into the blood stream. Laboratory test have shown that any particle of the size of .001 micron can go through the cell wall of virus, which is smaller than bacteria cell walls. All of our colloidal silver selections have a particle size of .001 micron or smaller

 

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