Shingles is Caused by the Varicella-Zoster Virus.
When someone has had chickenpox, they are vulnerable to developing shingles. This occurs when the varicella-zoster virus reactivates and causes an infection on its own – usually in older people or those who lack immunity due to illness/immunodeficiency.
The elderly seem like a likely candidate for getting this type of painful rash because their immune systems can’t fight off infection as well anymore but it’s also happening in younger individuals as well too.
Shingles is an infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus, which also causes chickenpox. It occurs in people who have had chickenpox and represents a reactivation of this dormant infectious disease. The elderly are at risk for developing shingles due to their age or immune system status; however, it can happen at any time regardless if you’re young/immunocompromised!
Although shingles can be very painful and itchy, it is not generally dangerous to healthy individuals and it usually resolves without complications. The rash and pain usually go away within 3 to 5 weeks. Sometimes serious effects including partial facial paralysis (usually temporary), ear damage, or encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) may occur. Persons with shingles on the upper half of the face should seek medical attention immediately as the virus may cause serious damage to the eyes. Most people who have shingles have only one bout with the disease in their lifetime. However, individuals with impaired immune systems, i.e., people with AIDS or cancer, may suffer repeated episodes.
Antiviral Drugs May Have Side Effects
Although antibiotics are not effective at fighting a viral infection various antiviral drugs are available by prescription. As with all such drugs there is the possibility of adverse side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or headache.
How Does the Immune System fight Shingles?
The immune system is a body wide network of cells and organs that has evolved to defend the body against attacks by foreign entities such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses.
The immune system is always working to fight off illness and keep the body healthy. When a person contracts shingles, it is because the immune system has become weakened and is unable to fight off the infection. There are several ways that Meso silver can help to boost the immune system and fight off shingles.
First, Meso silver helps to kill the virus that causes shingles.
Second, Meso silver helps to reduce inflammation and pain.
Finally, Meso silver can help to boost the immune system so that it is better able to fight off future infections. By using meso silver, people with shingles can get relief from their symptoms and help their bodies to heal.
Colloidal Silver for Shingles
Supplement your immune system with Mesosilver, an all-natural dietary supplement, to help fight shingles. Mesosilver is made up of a high concentration of pure colloidal silver particles suspended in sterilized water. The particles are of the smallest size, .65 nanometers, and it’s this high quality and small size combined with being highly concentrated that makes it the most effective colloidal silver product on the market.
Further, Mesosilver has no drug interactions, meaning it will not interfere with any medications you may currently be taking. It also has no side effects reported by its many users. (Of course, do not take Mesosilver if you are allergic to silver).
Mesosilver works to support a healthy immune system function. Drug claims cannot be made for Mesosilver. It is difficult and expensive to conduct the double-blind drug type experiments for dietary supplements that would be required to support any drug claims. However, testimonial reports from customers suggest that Colloidal Silver can be an effective aid in fighting shingles.
Colloidal Silver Dose for Shingles
To help maintain a healthy immune system take Mesosilver orally.
Note: Dosages that people recommend for colloidal silver vary since often a small dose is effective while large doses are not harmful. With our product, very small doses are effective since the concentration of particles is very high and particle size is very low.
The recommended dosage is one tablespoon 4 times a day. At a dosage of 4 tablespoons per day, 1 bottle will last 4 days, 4 bottles will last 17 days and, 10 bottles will last 6 weeks.