Dateline: 7 August 2014
I'm not getting myself in a lather about ebola…. yet. But I am looking at my supply of colloidal silver and thinking that I might better get a few more bottles.
Marlene and I have been taking colloidal silver for several years, primarily in the winter months, and I typically stock up on some bottles in the fall.
I'm persuaded that colloidal silver is a very effective medicine for all kinds of ailments involving bacteria, viruses and the like.
One winter a few years ago I felt myself coming down with a seasonal virus. My body had that ache that portends worse to come. I took a hot bath, went to bed and sipped down a whole 4-ounce bottle of 18-ppm colloidal silver. The next morning I felt good. The silver killed the virus before it had a chance to get me.
You can read plenty of more dramatic testimonials from colloidal silver users on the internet.
With that in mind, and based on my understanding of how silver works, I'm pretty sure a good dose of quality colloidal silver will help prevent ebola from getting a foothold in a body, and maybe even help cure the dreaded disease.
But colloidal silver can be a very confusing subject to understand. The big question being, which colloidal silver on the market is the best quality for the money.
I don't have a well-researched and educated answer to that question. I tend to think that the silver from Nature's Sunshine and American Biotech Labs (pictured above) is of trustworthy quality.
I also have a very basic silver generator for making my own colloidal silver, but I haven't used it in years. There are numerous devices out there and I'm really uncertain about which of them is the best.
I have a feeling that many of you who read this blog also use colloidal silver. I'm wondering what your experiences are with it? What product do you use? Do you make your own? Please share any information that you can on this subject in the comments section below.