It’s known, accepted, but seldom talked about: as we age, we start to heal more slowly. Bruises become bigger and darker, lingering longer. Scratches last longer than your memory of the event. And if you have a bigger injury, watching it slowy heal becomes almost a hobby, until it finally does and you realize how much headspace it was taking up. All of that means the immune system is working harder, risk of infection while we’re healing is greater (especially if it’s a break in the skin, even a small scratch), and we need more immune support.
In addition to wound care, rest, and good nutrition, support your immune system with colloidal silver.
It start happening earlier than you think. Someone says “Wow, how’d you get that bruise?” …and you have no idea. Little nicks and dings accumulate, each of them increasing the toll on your immune system as it helps the body heal and polices for infection.
Take action. A little first aid can go a long way. Icing bruises and burns when they happen can keep them smaller, making later healing easier. Keep even small cuts and scratches clean (and use colloidal silver when you change the bandage). In today’s world, a small wound can be an entry point for an antibiotic resistant bacteria like MRSA, and can infect even young and healthy adults.
It doesn’t take much effort to get a big effect. Support yourself as you age with colloidal silver. The immune system is working harder—make sure it has daily backup with a little extra immune support.