Colloidal Silver – all you need to know

COLLOIDAL SILVER 

also known as The Universal Antibiotic 

Prior to 1938 colloidal silver was considered to be one of the mainstays of antibiotic treatment. It is still considered to be the most universal antibiotic substance that is non-toxic.  It has been proven to be useful against over hundreds of different health conditions, as compared to traditional antibiotics, which are questionably effective against 6-7 conditions

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From the wonderful humanitarian, physicist, grandfather of COLLOIDAL SILVER –  Dr Robert  Beck (D.Sc)

‘TRUE COLLOIDAL SILVER : Trace elements exist even in distilled water, and when the charged silver particles combine with a specific trace element, the solution can turn one of a number of colors, like gray, yellow, green or brown.  The element the silver chooses is largely irrelevant.  

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Is it safe?

Zero toxicity – wonderful for your pets too

The body’s ability to process the tiny atoms of colloidal silver makes silver build-up in the body impossible.  The Environmental Protection Agency’s Poison control Center reports a “No Toxicity” listing for colloidal silver.  In fact, it appears that harmlessness is one of the attributes of the colloidal state.

According to the EPA (CASRN 7440-22-4) Daily Oral Silver Reference Dose (RfD) applied to 10 ppm, one may ingest 178,850 servings safely over 70 years

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Do we need colloidal silver?

Since the body has a vital need for silver – to maintain the immune system and to produce new, healthy cells – and since our blood is also a colloid, the harmonious way in which colloids enter the body may well make colloidal silver the safest medicine on earth.

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How to administer colloidal silver – 

* One product for a multitude of applications

* A sip a day straight from the bottle is best!

* Just 5 -10 ml per day, or mega-dose, e.g. three or four times a day when the immune system is compromised

* To fight infections increase dosage (30+ ml), even mega-dose until the infection has cleared

* This product can be applied directly to open wounds, eye/ear infections and skin problems

* It can be inhaled or applied into the nostrils with an eye-dropper for sinus, cough and post-nasal drip

* A spray attachment is available which screws onto the bottles,enabling one to use BIO-SIL as a cooling spritzer, deodorant, skin toner, spray for burns and wounds etc

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From one of the most reputable and long-term colloidal silver manufacturers:

Hi, Steve Barwick here, for

The Silver Edge:  http://www.thesilveredge.com/what-in-the-world-is-colloidal-silver-used-for.shtml#.WDcc3bJ96Uk

What In the World Is Colloidal Silver Used For?

So you’ve heard about colloidal silver, and you’re wondering what in the world this stuff is actually used for.

Good. That is a great question. 

And because you’re asking, I’m going to try to make it easy for you to discover the astonishing array of health conditions people use colloidal silver for by giving you links to 42 different articles, each of which covers individual uses for colloidal silver.

Yes, you’ll have your reading cut out for you, at least for the next few days.

But when you’re done, you’ll know more about what colloidal silver is used for, why it is used, and how to use it, than 99% of the so-called health gurus? on the internet.

So happy reading. And,yes, you are welcome!

What Most PeopleUse Colloidal Silver For

Most people use colloidal silver to heal internal infections such as cold, flu and food poisoning or topical infections such as infected boils, cuts or even MRSA infections plus, it works great for resolving earaches, eye infections, sinus infections, tooth infections, bothersome skin conditions and much more.

To get a quick, peek at the myriad of ways colloidal silver can be used to bring astonishing relief from infections and disease, you might want to read through some of the hundreds of Colloidal Silver Success Stories at this link:

http://www.thesilveredge.com/mpgtest.shtml#.Wk51z9-Wbcc

After all, reading personal, first-hand stories about the many ways people use colloidal silver to heal infections and disease is probably the best and fastest way to learn how to use colloidal silver yourself.

Or, you can see what health and medical experts recommend colloidal silver for, by reading the Expert Quotes on Colloidal Silver page.

Finally, for a more detailed look at the wide variety of infectious illnesses and other conditions colloidal silver can be used for, see the articles at the following links:

Boost Low Immunity

Clobber Colds

Soothe and Heal Ear Infections

Eradicate Eye Infections (i.e., Sties, Pink Eye)

Decimate the Flu

Stop Food Poisoning

Heal MRSA Infections

Heal Other Drug-Resistant Superbug Infections

Eliminate Fungal Infections

Get Rid of Toe Nail Fungus Without Drugs

Heal Tooth and Gum Infections

Eliminate Mouth Germs/Bad Breath

Soothe and Heal Shingles

Heal Boils Without Painful Lancing

Heal Ulcers

Prevent Root Canal

Stop H. pylori Infections

Relieve Allergies and Asthma

Help Tame Diabetes

Eradicate Athleteäó»s Foot

Stop Cancer

Heal Lung Infections

Conquer Mouth Sores

Eliminate Dental Plaque

Stop Sore Throats

Obliterate Sinus Infections

Extinguish Upper Respiratory Infections

Experienced colloidal silver uses have also experienced tremendous benefits using colloidal silver to obtain relief from topical skin problems such as: sunburn, other burns, poison ivy and poison oak, blisters, acne, dandruff, mange on pets.

And many do-it-yourself types and preppers swear by colloidal silver for the following purposes:

Disinfect Fruits and Veggies

Canning and Food Preservation

Make Your Own Natural Health and Beauty Products

Boost Gardening Yield and Eliminate Plant Diseases

World’s Safest and Most Powerful Household Disinfectant

Use Colloidal Silver in the Hot Tub or Spa, in Place of Toxic Chemicals

Colloidal Silver for Dogs, Cats, Horses, Reptiles and OtherPets

Heals Parvo in Dogs

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Colloidal Silver and Colds: A Safe, Simple and FAST Way to Stop Colds Before They Get Started!
A personal testimony:
Using Colloidal Silver in the Ears:

…The next time I felt a cold coming on, I used COLLOIDAL SILVER in my ears, instead of hydrogen peroxide. I used three drops of 10 ppm homemade colloidal silver in each ear.
Here’s what I did: I simply lay down on one side, and used an eye dropper to administer the three drops. Then I waited six to eight minutes and turned over and drained the colloidal silver into a tissue. Then I laid down on my other side and repeated the process in the other ear. Wow… …what a difference! No burning or stinging sensation whatsoever. In fact, it was remarkably soothing, instead. No perceptible hearing loss afterwards. And once more the budding cold was knocked out before it could fully take hold. Since that time I’ve used it successfully many, many times to stop fledgling colds from becoming full-blown colds.

Works great on children with symptoms of a fledgling cold, too!

Source: http://www.thesilveredge.com/colds.shtml

Study: Silver Boosts Effectiveness of Antibiotics By Up to 1,000x!

Source:http://www.thesilveredge.com/study-silver-boosts-effectiveness-of-antibiotics-by-up-to-1000x.shtml

Heal eye infections with Colloidal silver:

“Using colloidal silver in the eyes for infections like Pink Eye or sties is safe, extremely simple to do, and powerfully effective.

What’s more, for allergies as well as for tired, itching eyes colloidal silver can be used very effectively to refresh the eyes and relieve the itching for hours afterwards.

Just watch the accompanying 3-minute video to learn more, including the two simple techniques I use to administer colloidal silver directly into my eyes whenever needed!    http://thesilveredge.com/video-heal-eye-infections-with-colloidal-silver.shtml

Source:http://thesilveredge.com/heal-eye-infections-with-colloidal-silver.shtml

Magical black cumin seeds

 Note : BIO-SIL stocks black cumin seed oil.

Please see www.biosil.co.za 🙂

black cumin oil

Black Cumin Seeds provide many wonderful health benefits

by Tony Isaacs

(NaturalNews) The prophet Mohammad reportedly said that seeds of the black cumin plant could cure anything but death itself. While that may seem to be quite the tall order, black cumin (Nigella sativa) does in fact have remarkable healing and health properties that make it one of the most powerful medicinal plants known to man.

Black cumin is a part of the buttercup family and the seeds are dark, thin, and crescent-shaped when whole. The seeds have been used for many centuries in the Middle East, the Mediterranean and India. Today, black cumin seeds are used as a seasoning spice in different cuisines across the world due to their nutty flavor. Besides their culinary uses, black cumin seeds also have a wealth of important health benefits and are one of the most cherished medicinal seeds in history.

The seeds of the black cumin plant contain over 100 chemical compounds, including some yet to be identified. In addition to what is believed to be the primary active ingredient, crystalline nigellone, black cumin seeds contain: thymoquinone, beta sitosterol, myristic acid, palmitic acid, palmitoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, arachidonic acid, protein, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, folic acid, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, and phosphorous.

Black cumin seeds have a particularly long and strong history use in Egypt. When archaeologists found and examined the tomb of Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamen (King Tut), they found a bottle of black cumin oil, which suggested that it was believed to be needed in the afterlife.

Physicians to the Egyptian pharaohs frequently used the seeds after extravagant feasts to calm upset stomachs. They also used the seeds to treat headaches, toothaches, colds, and infections. Queen Nefertiti, renowned for her stunning beauty, used black seed oil, likely due to its abilities to strengthen and bring luster to hair and nails.

Hundreds of studies have been conducted on black cumin which have shown that compounds from the seeds help fight diseases by boosting the production of bone marrow, natural interferon, and immune cells.

Several of the studies have shown that black cumin seed extract could assist individuals with autoimmune disorders and could possibly help to fight cancer. One recent study on black cumin seed oil demonstrated that it was effective against pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest and most difficult to treat cancers.

See: www.naturalnews.com/023348.html

Black cumin is one of the very few botanicals that have shown such effectiveness (the other most notable one is oleander extract).

One of black cumin’s most popular and effective uses is the treatment of diseases related to the respiratory system: including asthma, bronchitis, rheumatism and cold symptoms. The seeds help increase body tone, stimulate menstrual period, and increase the flow of breast milk in nursing mothers.

Black cumin seed oil helps calm the nervous system, quells colic pain, stimulates urine production, helps treat pertussis, improves digestion and helps prevent and lower high blood pressure.

The seeds are very effective in curing abscesses and tumors of the eye, abdomen and liver, probably due in great part to the anti-tumor compound beta-sitosterol found in the seeds.

Black cumin also:

*stimulates energy and helps in recovery from fatigue and low spirits.
*is an effective cure for skin conditions such as allergies, eczema, acne, psoriasis and boils.
*is anti-parasitic.
*treats flatulence, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, constipation and dysentery.

NOTE: Those who decide to use black cumin seed oil should check labels and product information carefully. Black cumin is commonly referred to as black seed oil, black onion seed, black caraway, black sesame seed, and other names, but only Nigella sativa is true black cumin.

Sources included:

http://lifestyle.iloveindia.com/lounge/benef…
http://ezinearticles.com/?Discover-The-Amazi…
http://www.dietary-supplements-guide.com/Bla…
http://ezinearticles.com/?Debunking-False-De…

About the author

Tony Isaacs, is a natural health author, advocate and researcher who hosts The Best Years in Life website for those who wish to avoid prescription drugs and mainstream managed illness and live longer, healthier and happier lives naturally. Mr. Isaacs is the author of books and articles about natural health, longevity and beating cancer including “Cancer’s Natural Enemy” and is working on a major book project due to be published later this year. He is also a contributing author for the worldwide advocacy group “S.A N.E.Vax. Inc” which endeavors to uncover the truth about HPV vaccine dangers.
Mr. Isaacs is currently residing in scenic East Texas and frequently commutes to the even more scenic Texas hill country near Austin and San Antonio to give lectures and health seminars. He also hosts the CureZone “Ask Tony Isaacs – featuring Luella May” forum as well as the Yahoo Health Group “Oleander Soup” and he serves as a consultant to the “Utopia Silver Supplement Company“.

 

 

Aches and Pains – Castor Oil Packs

Castor Oil Packs for Pain Relief

Castor oil, which looks and smells like gooey glycerin, is an oily extract that comes from the Ricinus communis plant native to India and Africa. In days of yore, parents routinely dosed girls and boys with a teaspoon or two in order to prevent constipation — it also was thought to cure headaches. Today internal use is considered unwise because of its strong, often irritating laxative effect… but external application of a castor oil “pack” — meaning a cloth soaked in the oil — can help in all sorts of ways.
The Wonder Cure?
Castor oil packs mold comfortably to the body… stay warm much longer than hot water… and deeply and gently stimulate circulation, removing inflammation from underlying organs and tissues (e.g., the liver, intestines, tendons, ligaments). You can buy castor oil packs inexpensively at most drugstores or, as we explain later, you can make your own.
Dr. Rubman gave me a rundown of his favorite uses…
  • Soothing arthritis pain. To relieve that ache in your knee or hip, apply a castor oil pack that is roughly the same temperature as a hot bath (105°F). Put the pack directly on the area that hurts, cover with a plastic wrap of some sort (a ziplock bag is a good choice) and then cover that with a hot water bottle or electric heating pad to maintain the temperature. Leave it in place for about 20 to 30 minutes. Repeat every few hours or so. For long-standing conditions, it may be more practical to do this once a day and leave the pack in place for the better part of an hour, Dr. Rubman said.
  • Reducing swelling and inflammation. A castor oil pack is helpful in soothing a muscle strain or a bruise.
  • Relieving congestion. If you have a nagging cold, cough or bronchitis, place the castor oil pack on your chest for quick relief.
  • Making a boil disappear. Before you schedule an appointment to have your doctor lance a boil, try using a castor oil pack, which will encourage the boil to open and drain. For this purpose, make a smaller pack… make it a bit hotter… and use for shorter periods of time, Dr. Rubman suggests.
  • Stimulating your liver and gallbladder. For most of us, our less-than-ideal lifestyles — poor diet, multiple medications, exposure to environmental toxins, etc. — take a toll on these hard-working organs. Dr. Rubman told me that centuries of folk wisdom suggest that you can help them function better by applying a warm castor oil pack to the right side of your abdomen — supposedly the heat transfers to the liver and increases circulation there. Castor oil’s viscosity creates a deep and lasting heat. What to do: Dr. Rubman suggests placing the pack over an area about the size of a washcloth, centered on the bottom of your rib cage or between the rib cage and the top of hip bone.
If you’d like to make your own castor oil pack, buy castor oil (available at pharmacies) and follow these simple instructions from Dr. Rubman:
  • Pour enough castor oil to cover the cloth you are going to use (such as a clean washcloth) into a pan, ovenproof or microwavable bowl and heat on the stove, in the oven or microwave to hot bathwater temperature (about 105°F). Take care to not leave it in too long or it will get too hot and you may get burned when you remove it.
  • Soak the cloth in the warm castor oil until it is saturated.
  • Wipe excess oil off the cloth (so it’s not dripping) and place the pack on the affected area of your body… cover the pack with a sheet of plastic wrap… and cover that with a heating pad or hot water bottle to keep it warm. As explained above, leave on for 20 to 30 minutes twice a day — or, for chronic conditions, up to an hour, once a day. Rest during this time.
  • When you are finished using the pack, wring as much oil as you can out of the cloth and cover it in plastic, such as by placing it into a resealable plastic bag, until its next use.
Castor Oil Packs — Making Them Last
Between uses, store castor oil packs in the refrigerator. When reusing, refresh the packs with additional oil as needed. Dispose of them after about 10 (commercial packs) to 20 (homemade ones) applications. The homemade packs tend to retain the embedded oil longer, Dr. Rubman said, adding they should be discarded when they no longer feel sticky.
Hot tip: Dr. Rubman told me that you can intensify the effectiveness of a castor oil pack by sprinkling a teaspoon of cayenne (hot pepper) powder onto the pack (after you’ve heated it) on the same side you apply to your skin. He explained that the capsaicin in the hot pepper is a pain reliever that increases the stimulating effect on circulation. (Wash your hands with soap and water afterward — you don’t want to get this stuff in your eyes or, frankly, on any other sensitive place, such as on mucous membranes!)
Dr. Rubman had another bit of practical advice — he said that castor oil has a tacky, gluelike texture and that handling it can be a messy business. So make sure when you are using the pack that plastic covers it completely — to avoid staining clothing, bedding or upholstery with castor oil.
Source(s):Andrew L. Rubman, ND, founder and director, Southbury Clinic for Traditional Medicines, Southbury, Connecticut. www.SouthburyClinic.com.