The Silver Lining of Alternative Medicine

The health benefits of keeping some Colloidal Silver in your medicine cabinet are varied.

The health benefits of keeping some Colloidal Silver in your medicine cabinet are many and varied. The best use is to help stave off infections on cuts by applying colloidal silver first aid gel to the wound. It acts as a natural antibiotic without the side effect of helping create antibiotic resistant bacteria! 

It also can be used for contitutional purposes by taking a daily teaspoon sublingually during cold and flu seasons.

Be sure to use it with the advice of a physician - naturopath is your best bet, several can be found practicing on the east side or "The Tree of Life" in Seekonk is also a great resource.

For those skeptics as to the verity of the use of colloidal silver or the safety of it, I refer you to this following PubMed article.

There are other studies on the merits of silver in treatment, but this is a good one to start with.

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Timothy Sullivan May 14, 2012 at 07:28 PM
Since this posting, a friend of mine began a very successful regimen of taking Colloidal Silver. She is a very busy person between being a realtor, teaching classes at a local gym as well as running her own gym, she also sells a line of jewelry products. As you might guess, she works, works, works until she gets sick. Over the past two years I've seen this repeat itself a few times. This time, she listened to my advice and started taking some liquid Colloidal Silver when she started getting sick. Within the first day or two, she is back to her energetic self! I highly recommend that people look into using it. If you want more information on it, Whole Foods is a good resource, or even better calling The Tree of Life in Seekonk is even better.
oklol May 18, 2012 at 05:18 PM


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