Cover all your bases at once with immune support from colloidal silver. Even during warm summer months, there’s a lot that can weaken your immune system, from fun travel to bothersome allergies to accidental sunburn.
It’s useful to be stocked up on colloidal silver in the summer because there are multiple uses to keep summer fun!
-Keep sinuses clear by doing a safer, more effective rinse with colloidal silver. Add a few drops to your rinse solution (never ever use straight tap water!) or bring out the big guns with a sinus flood, and use all colloidal silver to loosen the gunk.
-Turn eyes around with some back-up support from colloidal silver. With a history of use preventing newborn eye infections (from STDs and E. coli). Whether allergies/mucus build up, pink eye, or pool/lake germs, get rid of all the summer irritants with colloidal silver.
-Put colloidal silver right on a sunburn. Spray it, use our cream (which also has aloe and other skin supporting ingredients), or make your own cream using oil and ingredients right for your skin type. It’s better that creans you find in store, which don’t have the pure silver found in colloidal silver, but has silver compounds that can be irritating for some people and other harsh ingredients. Silver has a long and continued use helping to speed burns as they heal.
-In addition to sunburns, other minor skin wounds and bites also benefit from colloidal silver. Use it in a cream to keep wounds moist to prevent scarring and protect it from healing. I know some people just use coconut oil or aloe on wounds, but paired with dead or peeling skin it can really feed a fungal infection. Adding in a spritz of colloidal silver helps prevent that, as well as help support the body against other pathogens that wounds are at risk for.
-If you’re traveling, suffering from allergies, or frequently coming into contact with disease spreading bugs like ticks and mosquitoes, get some extra support into your daily routine with colloidal silver.
Make sure you have extra colloidal silver on hand for all your summer adventures.
What are your summer health tips?