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Antimicrobial

Colloidal silver and colloidal gold tend to hog the spotlight. Colloidal silver has a long history as potent immune support, and is of growing interest to the medical field as they combat superbugs and bugs previously believed to be hard to kill. Colloidal gold boosts the brain, and is reported to support memory, hand-eye coordination, […]

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Fighting Back MRSA

October 12, 2015

MRSA is one of the top concerns of hospitals and patients across the globe. While the prospect of being exposed to MRSA is scary there are some plus sides. For one, hospitals are being forced to take stronger steps to stop the spread of disease. That means not just MRSA, but fungi, viruses, and other […]

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Yes! And I hate that this is even a question, but for reasons that aren’t clear there’s information going around saying that colloidal silver is only effective on bacteria. Actually, colloidal silver is antimicrobial—not just antibacterial. It works on bacteria, AND viruses, AND some fungi/yeast. We know a lot about how colloidal silver works to […]

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You probably know that honey has antimicrobial powers—and that it’s great in a hot drink when you’re feeling sick. But honey also has traditional uses as a medicine, and a new study says it may be able to help fight antibiotic resistance. How? First, honey fights pathogens several different ways: osmosis (it steals water from […]

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There’s lots of things in nature that are naturally antimicrobial, that naturally deter pests, and that are easy to incorporate into your life and home. Outside -Mint, sage, eucalyptus… these won’t just make your garden smell nice, they’ll deter mice and other pests from coming around. Plant borders around your home, in the bottom of […]

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