Really. Colloidal silver gets a bad rap, which is a whole, long story all it’s own—but there’s this: anyone who has ever tried it has said it works. Sure, it’s anecdotal evidence, but it’s a whole lot of anecdotal evidence that goes back centuries.
Andrea Howe over at Babble gave it a try—her readers recommended it. She was tired of fighting a recurring case of strep throat: symptoms appear, spend $150 on urgent care, a copay on some antibiotics, feel better for a week or two, lather, rinse, repeat. So she took matters into her own hands. She picked up some colloidal silver, and bam—no step throat.
That’s similar to how I got on the colloidal silver band wagon. As a competitive swimmer, I fought chronic ear infections. Finally, my now husband brought me some colloidal silver—and bam, cycle broken. It’s been about ten years, and for the last five I haven’t been in the pool quite as much, but I’ve yet to have another ear infection (I should note that I continue to take colloidal silver, and I will even spray some in my ear at the first sign of trouble!).
Many of you have shared similar stories (and feel free to share them with others in the comments!). You’ve found a cheaper, more effective immune supporting supplement in colloidal silver.
Haven’t tried it yet? Make sure you don’t have an allergy to silver, then try the best: MesoSilver colloidal silver. It’s got the smallest (safest, most effective) particle size, and it’s a true colloid, not an ionic silver.
So how about it? What sold you on colloidal silver?