a reply to: stirling
OK....this probably won't even be read by most, but....
It doesn't matter if you believe they are spreading disease on purpose, or if the CDC is simply that incompetent. What does matter, is that a certain
segment of the population is vulnerable, simply because our immune systems have been weakened through poor diet, crappy "medicines", and the blind
following of expert advice to take your kids, grandma, self, or whomever to the largest disease vector available, a hospital, when ill.
The fact of the matter, is that a very simple and powerful actual anti-pathogen, that anyone can buy for a few bucks at a health-food store, or even
make at home for a few cents, is available. And even mainstream medicine acknowledges this, albeit in a fairly unobvious way. It has been suppressed
and ridiculed for quite some time, by those who want to sell us antibiotics and the like. But, it is still used in cases where the potential outcome
is large, and liability may accrue.
It's silver. And specifically, colloidal silver, which just means that it has been reduced to extremely small clumps of atoms that have the most
surface area for the volume, and are small enough to pass through cellular membranes. Upon contact with almost every known pathogen, it kills them
immediately. And we see this with silver nitrate which is put into baby's eyes immediately upon birth...originally for syphilis I think...to prevent
blindness. We see this in Silvadene cream, which is what is used on all burns in all hospitals, because of the massive potential for infection with
such large areas exposed. We have special (and expensive, of course) silver impregnated bandages for wound care, when the increasingly ineffective
antibiotics don't perform.
Why? Billions and billions of dollars is why. If they know that a simple and cheap almost 100% effective method is available, why would you not use
that first? Instead it gets demonized on mainstream websites and warned about as quackery....even as they use it themselves, when their expensive
ineffective substitutes won't work anymore. And it isn't your doctors fault either. They have fallen for the ruse too. Any doctor who told you to
use it, in their professional capacity, would quickly lose their license to practice.
At any rate, Colloidal Silver...which just means it is small enough to suspend in water through Brownian motion, without settling out...kills on
contact. Doing a sinus rinse with it (and the correct amount of salt to make it isotonic, and not burn the mucosa) will take out a sinus infection in
one or two rinses. Using warm water, helps melt out the snot a little better. Sipping it, kills any pathogens in the esophagus, preventing infection
from getting to the lungs. And nebulizing it, gives it direct access to the lungs themselves, where it can kill on contact as well. Simple put, it
denies real estate to the germs, just like zinc does, that they sell lozenges for now. Absolutely non-toxic, silver is everywhere, hidden in plain
sight these days. It's what they use to make commercial counters anti-microbial. It's what they use to make high end sports clothes anti-microbial.
Colloidal Silver is not quite as small as Nano-particles...but, it doesn't need to be, to work just fine.
For about twenty five bucks, you can buy a Hulda Clark Zapper on EBay and a foot or so of .9999 fine silver wire. Make an anode and a cathode by
bending hooks on the ends to hang over the edge of a glass, with only the silver touching the water and not touching each other in the
water....non-conductive glass only...no metal or gilded edges or water on the outside....and connect the alligator clips to the anode and cathode.
Connect a 9 volt battery. Wait a few minutes. Almost immediately, you can see a cloud of silver begin to form on the anode and drift down to the
bottom. When a quarter sized amount is there, you're done. Disconnect the battery, and stir it up. That's it. It's that easy. Plain old tap water,
or mineral water and a few minutes of DC current. Distilled water will not work as well, since water itself is not conductive, only the dissolved
salts/electrolyte...so it would take hours that way. But, using the same stuff you drink every day is not a problem.
You can get a nebulizer at Walmart for less than 25 bucks. Or just an ultrasonic humidifier to mist nearby while you sleep. The key is getting to the
area where the germs are. Evaporator types won't work, because the silver won't evaporate with the water. And if you accidentally leave your maker
going for too long, and the silver begins to re-aggregate on the surface of the water, looking metallic again, I wouldn't use that internally.
Instead soak your sponges in it or pour it in your drains or toilet tank....anywhere you want to kill germs at their source.