WHAT IS COLLOIDAL SILVER AND HOW WAS IT DISCOVERED?

Updated: Apr 3


Colloidal Silver and its powerful infection fighting qualities have been widely known for literally thousands of years. In the days of the Roman legions, silver coins were placed into water containers to prevent bacterial contamination of the drinking water during the long marches into war. And today, silver best water filtration systems are used in NASA space flights to help prevent bacterial contamination of the astronauts air and drinking water. Before modern refrigeration was invented, farmers and pioneers often placed silver coins in their milk buckets to help prevent rapid spoilage.


Fortunately, about 90 years ago, a simple method was discovered which suspend particles of silver in distilled water with an electrical charge! This solution came to be known as colloidal silver. By the 1940s, after the introduction of modern prescription antibiotic drugs such as penicillin, colloidal silver usage by the medical community slowly fell to the wayside.


In March 1978 the pretentious Science Digest put the medical spotlight back on Silver’s powerful infection fighting qualities. Stating, “silver is our mightiest germ fighter… It is re-emerging as a wonder of modern medicine. An antibiotic kills perhaps a half dozen different disease organisms, but silver kills him 650. Resistant strains failed to develop… Moreover, silver is virtually non-toxic.”

As Dr. Joseph Weisman, M.D., board-certified immunologist and assistant clinical professor at the University of California medical school, would later write, “the best germ killer, which was discovered over 2000 years ago, is finally getting the proper attention from medical science – natural silver. I sincerely recommend that everyone have colloidal silver in their home.”

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