110 Conditions that Silver Colloids may Benefit?

Updated: Apr 3


Pathogenic microorganisms and serious disease conditions which colloidal silver was documented prior to 1938, to be effective against. (Spellings as cited in the old medical texts):

  1. Anthrax Bacilli

  2. Appendicitis

  3. Axillae and blind boils of the neck

  4. B.Coli

  5. B.Coli Communis

  6. B. Dysenteria

  7. B. Tuberculosis

  8. Bladder Irritation

  9. Blepharitis

  10. Boils

  11. Bromidrosis in Axillae

  12. Bromidrosis in Feet

  13. Burns and wounds of the cornea

  14. Cerebro-spinal Meningitis

  15. Chronic Cystitis

  16. Chronic Eczema of anterior nares

  17. Chronic Eczema of metus of ear

  18. Colitis

  19. Cystitis

  20. Dacryocystitis

  21. Dermatitis suggestive of toxaemia

  22. Diarrhoea and diptheria

  23. Dysentery

  24. Ear Affections

  25. Enlarged Prostate

  26. Epiditymitis

  27. Erysipelas

  28. Eustachian Tubes (potency restored)

  29. Follicular Tonsilitis

  30. Furunculosis

  31. Gonococcus

  32. Gonorrhoea

  33. Gonorrhoeal Conjunctivitis

  34. Gonorrhoeal Ophthalimia

  35. Gonorrhoeal Prostatic Gleet

  36. Haemorrhoids

  37. Hypopyon Ulcer

  38. Impetigo

  39. Infantile Disease

  40. Infected Ulcers of the cornea

  41. Inflammatory Rheumatism

  42. Influenze

  43. Interstitial Keratitis

  44. Intestinal troubles

  45. Lesion Healing

  46. Leucorrhoea

  47. Menier's Symptoms

  48. Nasal Catarrh

  49. Nasopharyngeal Catarrh (reduced)

  50. Oedematous enlargement of turbinates without true hyperplasia

  51. Offensive discharge of chronic suppuration in Otitis Media

  52. Ophthalmology Ophthalmic practices Para-typhoid

  53. Ophthalmology

  54. Ophthalmic practices

  55. Para-typhoid

  56. Paramecium

  57. Perinea! Eczema

  58. Phlegmons

  59. Phlyctenular Conjunctivitis

  60. Pneumococci

  61. PruritisAni

  62. Puerperal Septicaemia

  63. Purulent Ophthalmia of infants

  64. Pustular Eczema of scalp

  65. PyorrhoeaAlveolaris (Riggs disease)

  66. Quinsies

  67. Rhinitis

  68. Ringworm of the body

  69. Scarlatina

  70. Sepsis

  71. Septic Tonsilitis

  72. Septic Ulcers of the legs

  73. Septicaemia

  74. Shingles

  75. Soft sores

  76. Spring Catarrh

  77. Sprue

  78. Staphyloclysin (inhibits)

  79. Staphylococcus Pyogenea

  80. Staphylococcus PyogensAlbus

  81. Staphylococcus PyogensAureus

  82. Streptococci

  83. Subdues inflammation

  84. SuppurativeAppendicitis (post-op)

  85. Tinea Versicolor

  86. Tonsilitis

  87. Typhoid

  88. Typhoid Bacillus

  89. Ulcerative Urticaria

  90. Urticaria suggestive of toxaemia

  91. Valsava's inflammation

  92. Vincent'sAngina

  93. Vorticella

  94. Warts

  95. Whooping Cough

  96. Adenovirus 5

  97. Aspergillus Niger

  98. Bacillius Typhosus

  99. Bovine Rotovirus

  100. CandidaAlbicans

  101. Endamoeba Histolytica

  102. Escherichia Coli

  103. Legionella Pneumophila

  104. Poliovirus 1 (Sabin strain)

  105. PseudomonasAeruginosa

  106. Salmonella

  107. Spore-forming Bacteria

  108. StaphylococcusAureus

  109. Streptococcus Faecalis

  110. Vegetative B. Cereus cells




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