MFH $21.25 RRP $26.15 SAVE $4.90 The...
Suttons Colloidal Silver
MFH $21.25 RRP $26.15 SAVE $4.90
The Original All purpose well known amber glass bottle. 16-20ppm silver to assist in eradication of bacteria, viruses and fungi! Used for its antibacterial properties for over a thousand years.
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A product that no home should be without! Numerous studies have been conducted by professionals into the benefits of colloidal silver. Among these was Dr. Harry Margraf who says, Silver is the best all around germ fighter we have.? who with Dr. Carl Moyer, Chairman of Washington Universitys Department of Surgery, worked on a project to develop better treatments for burns victims. 22 antiseptic compounds were trialed and rejected.
The problem was that infections in burns often failed to respond to antibiotics. Pseudomonas aeruginosa in particular is highly infectious to burns and fails to respond to all common antiseptics. During his research, Dr. Margraf found numerous references to the healing properties of silver.
These references pertained to it being a catalyst which disables the enzymes on which anaerobic microorganisms depend. It also showed that bacteria had never developed immunity to silver.
Silver has been known as a bactericide for over a thousand years. A colloid is quite simply a sub microscopic particle of one substance suspended in a different substance (the medium).
Even in ancient times, it was known to prevent disease and was commonly thought that disease could not be transferred from one person to another if by drinking from a silver cup. Silver coins were dropped into milk to prevent spoilage and silver containers were used to store foods in general. Until almost 1970, it was common for scientists to sterilize petrii dishes by placing a silver coin in them and silver was long used for plates for the surgical repair of bones.
The most common usage of silver was by members of royal families, who used silver utensils almost exclusively. The result was that over a number of generations, royalty enjoyed freedom from infectious diseases, unlike commoners, who ate from earthen ware jugs and bowls and who were frequently ill.