Nebulizers are devices used to administer medical drugs and other medicines by breathing in the drugs. There are different types of nebulizers; you may have one that was prescribed to you. They come in different sizes; they can fit into your mouth, nostrils, and ears. They are useful for treating colds and allergies. Some people also use them to help treat asthma. They can help you breathe and get oxygen into your lungs.
Colloidal silver is a supplement that is used by many people to improve their health. We know that colloidal silver is a great immune-supporting supplement. It has many benefits, and it is used to treat infections and sore throats. It also has antibacterial properties. But how can you benefit from it? A nebulizer is a way to inhale it. Nebulizers are used to breathe in respiratory support. So, how can you nebulize colloidal silver?
Colloidal silver is a versatile immune supporting supplement; a nebulizer is a way to breathe in respiratory support, and you can combine the two!
You may have a nebulizer that was prescribed to you for a past health event—but you don’t have to have a prescription to use a nebulizer! You only need a prescription for the drugs often prescribed for a nebulizer (often steroids)—but there are other ways to use a nebulizer!
Some people buy special, sterile bags of saline for their nebulizer and use it to support healthier lungs.
You can also put the colloidal silver you may already have in your nebulizer!
Why People Nebulize Colloidal Silver
Before antibiotics, some people had access to and were able to use colloidal silver to support their health. Colloidal silver has been used to support the entire immune system, skin health, and more.
People who use colloidal silver swear by it—so it’s no wonder someone discovered it can be used for respiratory support when you nebulize colloidal silver.
Who Can’t Nebulize Colloidal Silver
Always use common sense, and consider any conditions unique to you before you nebulize colloidal silver. For example, people with a silver allergy shouldn’t use colloidal silver. Although rare, people usually identify a silver allergy when their skin reacts to contact with pure silver jewelry.
Before You Nebulize: Colloidal Silver Check
Only nebulize true, pure colloidal silver.
A real colloidal silver is made of pure silver particles (not ionic, not silver protein) suspended in pure water. Purity and quality is of the highest importance if you’re going to nebulize colloidal silver!
You can identify true colloidal silver in a couple of ways: look past the name on the label. The only ingredients should be silver nanoparticles and water.
A colloid is a suspension, and you can see it: the colloidal silver particles will reflect light giving off a blue-gray color.
A colloid is stable and doesn’t require anything fussy like a glass container. While some people prefer glass to plastic, it’s not a sign of quality, and colloidal silver won’t interact with plastic.
Setting Up Your Nebulizer
Get familiar with how your nebulizer works before you need to use it (whether you nebulize colloidal silver or something else). It’s usually a pretty simple setup—plug it in, connect the pipes, and go. You may need to adjust the mask fit to make it snug.
If Your Nebulizer is New
If you’re new to owning a nebulizer, start by cleaning the parts per the directions it came with.
Set Up a Comfortable Spot
Before you nebulize colloidal silver, pick a good spot! This will take a few minutes and you need to be able to sit up comfortably. You also need to be able to plug the nebulizer in, and set the nebulizer somewhere you can reach.
Good Activities While You Nebulize
Depending on how you feel while you nebulize colloidal silver, you may want to be entertained while you’re nebulizing, which can take up to about half an hour (depending on how much colloidal silver you nebulize). Some nebulizers are louder than others, so music or television may not be a good option. Reading and even napping can be good options!
Decide How Much Before You Nebulize Colloidal Silver
Once you get the nebulizer set up, you need to add colloidal silver, which means deciding how much colloidal silver you will nebulize. Colloidal silver, when taken orally, is often adjusted to the size of the person taking it. You can use a similar guideline when you nebulize colloidal silver, as well as considering why you’re nebulizing colloidal silver (preventative support? Support for a chronic condition? Support when you’re ill?).
Decide How Often Before You Nebulize Colloidal Silver
If you’re going to nebulize colloidal silver for prevention support, you may only need to do it a few times in response to a momentary concern. If you have a chronic cognition or concern, you may decide to nebulize colloidal silver weekly or daily.
If you are nebulizing colloidal silver to support a sick respiratory system, you may want to break up your nebulizing over the course of a day—a little in the morning, a little before bed.
Then, Nebulize Colloidal Silver!
Once you’re all set, just sit back and breathe as deeply as you can. When you wear a face mask to nebulize colloidal silver (some types also have a pipe like plastic piece you hold to your mouth) you can sit back and relax—the mask also helps get colloidal silver through your sinuses and your eyes, other areas that often are impacted alongside the lower respiratory tract.
After You Nebulize Colloidal Silver
Each time you nebulize colloidal silver, evaluate how you feel. Did you pick the right amount? Was the set up comfortable? Then you’ll have even better success next time!
Nebulizer OMNE-C801 Starter Kit
Starter Kit includes:
- 2 Bottles Mesosilver,
- Replacement Disposable Neb Cup & Mouthpiece