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Here's how. Colloidal Silver


Last Edited: September 15, 2005, 1:04 pm

I was putting this together to email to an LP member when it dawned on me it might be of interest or value to some others out there.

Colloidal silver's a natural anti-biotic that's worked amazingly well for me and my various animals.  It's available in health product stores in bottles similar to the one above.  That one is several years old, 10 ppm, 4 fluid oz., for $23 and some change.

So far as I've been able to tell in my own pets, the stuff will make mincemeat of just about any infectuous condition, including parvo-virus in dogs and infectuous viral feline leukemia in cats.  I've known pets to continue living several years after the vets wanted to kill them because of incurable conditions.

But if you buy it in the stores, it's also expensive.

If you already use it, but buy it, or if you'd like to use it but have been deterred by the cost, here's how you can make it by the gallon for pennies:

The wire or bezel's available from jewelry suppliers.  Be sure to use 99 percent silver.  Not sterling, not any alloyed silver.

But, other than that, there are no caveats.  If you want to learn more about it you can find a lot through a web search.  But use your own judgement as to what you believe.  A lot of people want to sell you something and would like to make it more complicated than it is, or would like to scare you into only buying their bezel or wire.

Nothing much to it, really.




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HIMSELFComment by HIMSELF - September 15, 2005, 8:34 pm
Don't usually post and have beenreading your post for awhile
i use the product above and it does wonders for my heart
surprised its mentioned here. awhile back i mentioned my
congestive heart. thanks for the post
Comment by Rip Snorter - September 15, 2005, 9:56 pm
Hi and thanks for the comment. I'm always glad to learn more about this stuff.

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