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Two ounces of colloidal silver in a dropper bottle. Doseage is 2 dropperfuls, one or three times a day according to need. Do not take more than two weeks at a time.
Silver has historically and extensively been used as a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent. It has a long and intriguing history as an antibiotic in human health care, and also as an antimicrobial in folk medicine. It was believed that people who ate from silver dishes and cutlery were less likely to get sick. It was believed to protect the rich from Plaque in the middle ages.
Silver leaf was used to combat infections in wounds sustained by troops during World War I. Silver has also been used for water purification, treating wounds, injuries, reconstructive orthopaedic surgery, cardiac devices, catheters and surgical appliances. In the early 1800s, doctors used silver sutures in surgical wounds very successfully and that was a time when western scientists rediscovered what was known for thousands of years that silver is a powerful germ fighter. Silver began to lose favour with the advent of antibiotics in around the 1930s. With the rise of antibiotic resistance, silver is making a comeback as a useful broad-spectrum antimicrobial alternative.
Silver as a metal and a non-essential element, is much safer to a human body than other heavy metals like lead and mercury. It is also available in liquid form. This type is known as Colloidal Silver. Colloidal silver is basically the suspension of sub-microscopic silver nanoparticles in water. Prior to introduction of antibiotics, colloidal silver was used widely in hospital as a antibacterial for almost 1,200 years. It is believed that colloidal silver can kill germs by binding pathogens. In the field of wound care, silver containing dressings have been used historically.
Helpful for many types of endocarditis instead of antibiotics, and many bacterial infections.
Western research showing the efficacy of this Ayurvedic remedy. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3131772/