Colloidal silver consists of small particles of silver suspended in a liquid solution. Colloidal silver is taken orally, injected or applied topically to help treat and manage a number of health problems in humans.
History and Benefits of Colloidal Silver
Colloidal silver has a long history of use for medicinal purposes. The ancient Romans and Greeks used colloidal silver to keep themselves healthy, and doctors continued to prescribe it to their patients until the early 20th century. Colloidal silver is believed to support healthy by killing bacteria, viruses and fungi within the body.In animals, it can be used to treat, prevent and manage conditions including:
Viral, bacterial and fungal infections
Because colloidal silver kills disease-causing microbes, it is a powerful antibiotic. Unlike other antibiotics, colloidal silver use does not encourage the development of anti-biotic resistant strains of bacteria. It can be applied topically to wounds, rashes, burns and skin infections, or to treat inflammation and infection of the eyes. Used in appropriate dosages, colloidal silver has no side effects and does not irritate the skin or stomach.
Medium-sized dogs should receive 15 ml daily
Large dogs may receive 20 ml daily
Medium-sized dogs should receive 30 ml, twice daily
Large-breed dogs may receive 40 to 50 ml twice daily
If your dog develops skin symptoms, apply colloidal silver to the affected area. You can mix it with corn starch, flour or talcum powder to make an ointment that is easy to apply. Use colloidal silver to clean your dog’s wounds. Use it as a toothpaste or oral rinse to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.Use an eyedropper to treat eye infections and inflammation with colloidal silver. You can put colloidal silver into your dog’s shampoo or spray it on his bedding to support skin health. Or, you could put it in his bath water.
While colloidal silver is useful for treating dog ailments of all types, it should be used as a supportive therapy.