Silver is a powerful natural antibiotic that has been used for thousands of years with no harmful side effects. Colloidal Silver is the only antibiotic known to destroy over 650 disease causing organisms (Virus, bacteria, fungi) with resistant strains failing to develop. Silver is nontoxic and known as an immune enhancer.

How It Works
Colloidal Silver acts as a catalyst (a substance which causes, or increases, the rate of a chemical reaction, and remains unchanged at the end of the reaction). By disabling a particular enzyme, silver acts like a chemical lung, transferring nutrients and oxygen through the cell walls of the disease causing organism literally suffocating it. For this reason, no one-celled organism or plant is able to develop immunity to silver.


 

Use Of Colloidal Silver
By taking Colloidal Silver daily it acts as second immune system. It lessens the load on the body's own natural immune system and assists with toxicity. As a preventative, Colloidal Silver is the most effective disease fighter.

Silver can be used both internally and externally; it may be applied to open wounds, bites and skin infections.
By direct application - spray or soak a swab and apply it to a wound (works best if in contact with the pathogen for at least 6 minutes).
For internal use - follow dosage directions listed below and on the bottle.

Some of the illnesses that silver can assist:
Allergies, arthritis, bladder infection, canine parvovirus, conjunctivitis and cystitis, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, gastritis, leukemia, prostate infection, parasitic infection, prostate infection, ringworm, septic conditions (eyes, ears, mouth and throat), viruses (all forms) and many other problems too various to mention. Colloidal Silver can be given alongside conventional drug treatments recommended by vets, as the intention is to enhance the animal's immune system.

Dosage
1 drop per kg body weight daily for 10 days. For serious infections, double the dosage for the first 4 days. Give orally, or in food or water. Larger animals 10mls per 100kg.


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