Where Do You Spray Silver?

December 11, 2014

Spraying colloidal silver is handy when you’re dealing with acne, cold sores, and scraped knees. But there’s also a bunch of creative uses we’ve heard about (or come up with) that we thought we’d share!

-Fighting Stomach Flu? It’s pretty easy for the whole house to get it. Norovirus sprays farther than most people realize, and is highly contagious. Spray sink knobs, door handles, and other bathroom surfaces.

-House Guests? An old fashioned copper or bronze door-knob self-sterilizes… in 6-8 hours. Waiting overnight isn’t ideal when you’ve got a full house—let some colloidal silver dry on door-knobs instead (as long as no one is allergic!).

-Don’t have time for a full sinus rinse? Do a quick spray up your nose (or in your ear).

-Copy trendy food containers and give a quick spray of colloidal silver to fight mold growth (let it air dry before adding dry foods).

-The spray is handy for an oft-overlooked transmission route—eyes. Mouth, nose, eyes, and ears, are all entry routes for pathogens. And when you hit a critical mass of mucus, it can come out your eyes too, possibly spreading the infection.

-Speaking of, when mucus makes my contact blurry I spray some silver in the bottom of the case before adding everything else as normal and it clears them up in a few hours.

Sprayers are available by special order over the phone. They need replaced every now and then because of build up.

Whether you’re enhancing your own immune system support, or fighting germ transmission on shared surfaces, a colloidal silver sprayer is another way to get more out of your bottle of MesoSilver.

How do you use colloidal silver?

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