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Offline RedDogJT

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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #15 on: April 04, 2020, 12:11:17 AM »
I don't disagree with anything you said.  I simply enjoy the dialog and research behind some of these wonderful forms of healing and healthy living, and how they have been perverted by forces unknown.  Sure you can always point to the obvious greed and power of some large, impersonal corporate entity who have gain so much traction and momentum down a dark and dirty path they can never change, nor allow other truths to infect their magical realm.

I've always tended to see another guiding force which is beyond our current time frame of a single lifetime.  These cabal's are also beyond money, greed, or even power. They really don't care about us little mouse's here in the dark corner of the internet.  What I like doing is following their subtle hand, to see if I can identify their "people".  In the case of this COVID thing, they have not been as subtle, it is like they are now free to be much more direct.  Evil is loose and free to operate with impunity.

Then there is the other question I've had about what kind of silver they used to make.  Isn't this true colloidal silver you make a more recent recipe?  Yet it still worked right?
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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #16 on: April 04, 2020, 04:42:32 PM »
The only difference in the newer recipe is the use of gelatine as the capping agent. Gelatine is better than cinnamon as a capping agent.

Both, however, work. Even the most primitive forms of ionic silver salts also work. It is only a question of greater effectiveness and fewer side-effects re Argyria.

Gelatine capping is the best for internal use but cinnamon works very well.

All forms of capping except gelatine work well for external use.

For inhalation, we would recommend sugar-capping (Karo, Maltodextrin, fructose and glucose) for inhalation via a humidifier.

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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #17 on: April 04, 2020, 09:01:33 PM »
I would have to disagree that gelatine capped Colloidal Silver is not good for external use. My findings differ and there have been others here on the forum in the past that have reiterated the same thing. Gel-capped Colloidal Silver DOES work externally.

Wait for whatever it is to stop bleeding and if you want, put a couple drops of naked on it to kill any bacteria immediately.  Once dry, double coat the area with gel-capped (I use 80PPM). This forms a conformal, medicated covering that will not wash off quickly (gelatine has to bloom again) so maybe washing your hands if thats where the cut or abrasion is would be OK as long as you dry them quickly but if you take a shower, recoat.

My experience is that cuts heal FAR faster with the gel capped Colloidal Silver over them than with just using the "naked" stuff.


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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #18 on: April 05, 2020, 02:15:09 PM »
Then that's great. Thanks for the input.

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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #19 on: April 07, 2020, 12:02:46 AM »
For inhalation, we would recommend sugar-capping (Karo, Maltodextrin, fructose and glucose) for inhalation via a humidifier.

I'm interested in the nebulizer and cpap inhalation.  Is capping recommended? Or necessary?
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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #20 on: April 07, 2020, 01:01:41 PM »
Not really necessary, but sugar capping is pretty weak anyway. I use maltodextrin or golden syrup reduced/capped Colloidal Silver for inhalation.

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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #21 on: April 07, 2020, 06:04:27 PM »
For inhalation, we would recommend sugar-capping (Karo, Maltodextrin, fructose and glucose) for inhalation via a humidifier.

I'm interested in the nebulizer and cpap inhalation.  Is capping recommended? Or necessary?
What do you mean cpap inhalation?  A cpap humidifer just evaporates water, and the silver would not enter the air stream, so what benefit would that be?

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Re: Effects of colloidal silver on gut microbial (gut flora).
« Reply #22 on: April 07, 2020, 07:59:39 PM »
For inhalation, we would recommend sugar-capping (Karo, Maltodextrin, fructose and glucose) for inhalation via a humidifier.

I'm interested in the nebulizer and cpap inhalation.  Is capping recommended? Or necessary?
What do you mean cpap inhalation?  A cpap humidifer just evaporates water, and the silver would not enter the air stream, so what benefit would that be?
That is a great point, but I'm not sure it is true. air passes over the cpap water reservoir into the heated tubing, so at 14nm particle it should flow?  But you might be right, it could just build up on the metal bottom of the reservoir.  My other concern is that with a small nebulizer, the liquid passes through a very fine metal mesh where it is vaporized and expelled.  I've been using 10ppm Ionic Silver with no issues, but my thinking is that if I add something like sugar-capping, it would quickly clog the fine nebulizer mesh[/b]
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