posted on Sep, 29 2014 @ 02:03 PM
Like most of you I am skeptical around the topic of natural or homegrown remedies because by the time you come down with something and start taking
the remedy it's too late. I think there are many good intentioned people that say that their are cancer prevention herbal supplements out their
because they watch some youtube video. I do not personally know anyone who has benefited from natural herbal therapy. I've taken all kinds of
supplements including the much heralded Oregano oil to combat infections and colds with zero luck despite some folks on here relying on it to cure
ebola and the other plagues out there.
(Hang in there I'm getting to the point of this post)
I have had an ear infection that started a few months ago. I did wait a month for it to pass and it ended up going to both ears..hooray!
I ended up taking prescription ear drops for the ear ache...it helped during the time of the presumed ear infection but not long after the
prescription was depleted and it came back. It's very uncomfortable to say the least.
Some time ago I did purchase colloidal silver ...I've used it in the past because I get the occasional sinus infection and use it in conjunction to
the nasal rinse. To be honest I am not quite sure that it does anything for my sinus infection but its what I do as part of the rinse...
Fast forward to a few days ago and I began dropping some colloidal silver in my ear and I am experiencing a great deal of relief. I apply about a 1/4
teaspoon in my ear or whatever can fill the canal until it drips out and I let it sit in each ear for around ten minutes.
I can say that it is working but I cannot say how long I may need to apply it before the ear aches are completely gone. I'm also ingesting about two
teaspoons of this stuff a day so I'm hoping it clears up quick so I don't have to purchase another bottle. The strength of the silver is 30 ppm. If
this stuff does the trick I think I'm going to start and make my own..it's freaking way too expensive
edit on 29-9-2014 by chrismarco because: (no reason given)