Silver has been used as a natural antibiotic and disinfectant for thousands of years. Ancient Babylonians and Egyptians used it—hospitals today use it when treating burn victims. The Greeks and Romans used silver to store water and other liquids in to keep them fresh. Privileged aristocracy in Europe during the Middle Ages had their infants suck on silver spoons, and, as a result, many more of them survived the ravaging Bubonic Plague. In fact, that’s where the saying, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth” originated.
Like prescription antibiotics, Colloidal Silver is used to destroy harmful bacteria. Colloidal Silver is known to kill Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Candida, HIV, and 650 other microbes. Colloidal Silver also has anti-viral and anti-fungal properties. It’s often taken internally to boost the immune system and help with cold and flu symptoms. Applied topically, it’s used to aid in the treatment of cuts, scratches, bee stings, burns, fungal infections, skin rashes, acne, etc. Colloidal Silver is also a great treatment option for pets and farm animals.
The Dropper is particularly useful for eye and ear applications.
The Mist Spray is most useful for external applications (i.e., acne, cuts & abrasions, bites, blisters, athletes foot, etc.) and is especially helpful for face breakouts like acne, blackheads and pimples.
The 32 oz. and 4 oz. Refill bottles are great for refilling our smaller bottles and for use in taking internally. The 32 oz. is particularly helpful for large animal applications.
The Travel Size 2 oz. is the perfect size for traveling with, and priced nicely for internal use.
For best absorption and utilization, our silver is specifically calibrated to produce the tiniest silver particles— as low as .0008 microns.
Consult your medical practitioner for dosage.
MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: This information is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider before starting any new treatment plan or discontinuing an existing treatment plan. Talk with your healthcare provider about any questions you may have regarding any medical condition you may have. No information has been presented with the intention of providing medical diagnosis, treatment, or cure.