What is colloidal silver?
The history of colloidal silver
In the 1800’s and early 1900’s, farmers used silver products to keep milk fresh without refrigeration. Colloidal Silver was used as an effective antibiotic by most doctors before 1940. As medicine expanded and new medication was developed, colloidal silver was soon forgotten for the most part in the mainstream medical field.
Why silver and not antibiotics?
I do believe that antibiotics may be necessary at times for serious situations, but they are, in my opinion, very over-prescribed. While antibiotics do effectively kill the growth and reproduction of bacteria, they also kill our body’s good bacteria and compromise our gut health. Many present day bacteria are able to breed new and more powerful strains that can become resistant to antibiotics over time. Bacteria and viruses are not resistant to colloidal silver, making silver an effective treatment for any sickness.
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