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It’s not just tick season, it’s tiny tick season. It’s important to subdivide tick season to reflect the stages ticks go through, so everyone knows what to check for: and right now, they’re tiny! The size of a poppy seed, early season ticks can resemble a mole, dirt, or just go overlooked entirely. While people […]

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As people gather to celebrate the summer holidays, including Independence Day, they also share some common ailments: sunburn, bug bites, food poisoning, dehydration, and cuts and scrapes. You can support your body through most of those with Colloidal Silver. For centuries colloidal silver has been used as immune support, skin support, and more. Nowadays it’s […]

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It’s not just a regular mosquito season. This summer, the mosquitoes that spread tropical illnesses like Zika, Dengue, and Yellow Fever spread across the US South and multiplied. While there have only been a handful of cases this year, travel between Zika infected areas and the US, plus the prevalence of the mosquito, is a […]

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Who needs to worry about Lyme Disease? Anyone spending time outside in the Midwest and East, especially in untamed nature, which could be just beyond our backyard. Lyme Disease is one of the things where symptoms can swing wildly depending on your health. For extra support, make sure you’re getting a daily immune system boost from colloidal […]

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“Don’t Get Bit”

July 6, 2016

That’s the biggest piece of advice going around right now, as the threat of Zika looms. “But I haven’t heard of anyone with Zika”. Right now there are 935 reported Zika cases in the US. For every patient who ends up with symptoms, there are 3 or4 who get no symptoms or very mild symptoms; […]

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