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Colloidal Silver versus the Superbugs

from Govt Slaves:

Why doesn’t Big Pharma simply develop silver-based antimicrobial substances to fight the growing scourge of drug-resistant superbugs?

After all, it’s been known for over 100 years that silver is the world’s most powerful natural infection-fighting agent. And it’s been known for decades that silver is astonishingly effective against the drug-resistant superbugs.

Yet all we see are scary headlines proclaiming that medical science is “running out of options” in the fight against the superbugs. Are they really? Or is something else in the wind? Here’s what you need to know…

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5 comments to Colloidal Silver versus the Superbugs

  • C.I.

    Because it does not work?

    • Hannon

      I make it and swear by it. I can only give you my un-FDA-approved non-doctor opinion but for instance my 3 year old was playing with the neighbor’s kids and they all came down with pink eye. I gave my daughter a few drops of ionic silver and it cleared up by the end of the day, but my neighbor’s children end up at the doctor and being put on antibiotics. A few drops of silver in the eye is safer than poisoning your whole body for a week or more, and way more cost effective than going to the doctor and picking up meds.

      The only way you’ll know for sure is to try it and experiment with.

  • slaveman

    Of course it works, personally I’ve been using it for 3 years using one ‘shot’ per day… take that big pharma.

  • AgShaman

    I am finishing a 1/2 gallon batch within the next hour.

    When they start dropping the bio-weapons in the skies above you….

    CS will be very handy to have around

  • messianicdruid

    Can anyone else get the links to work?

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