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Colloidal Silver for skin problems
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cabingirl - May 17

I have had a large patch of raw, irritated, itchy skin on my left shin for 6 to 8 months. I have tried every OTC remedy for dry skin that I could find, and nothing helped. A friend gave me a small bottle of colloidal silver, and I began applying it topically twice a day. Within less than a week, the sores began to heal. The itch doesn't keep me up at night anymore, and my pants don't irritate the skin as they did. It's like a miracle cure!! Anyone else have these skin problems? It's worth a try!

 

fibromite.u.k. - May 17

I sometimes get patches of skin like you describe and usually assume it is eczema. The OTC things don't work, it is best to get your doctors advice and you will usually be given hydrocortisone ointment which does the trick.

I have heard all kinds of things about how wonderful colloidal silver is. A friend advised me to buy some and use it as drops in my ear when I had an ear infection a few years back, but I have to say that it didn't do any good for that at all. Maybe it is one of those things that works for some and not others.

 

Kristina17 - May 18

Hi,
I've been drinking about a tablespoon of colloidal silver at night with water for a couple of months and I think it's been making a difference. My Dad makes it for me and he has done a lot of research on it and the benefits it can have on your health. I highly recommend trying it.

 

January - May 18

Just don't overdo it on the colloidal silver! There have been cases of people's skin turning a permanent bluish color - google "argyria" - as a reaction to taking colloidal silver everyday.

I've taken liquid drops for brief period of time, with no bad effects - but I would not recommend using it regularly! Read up on it first.

 

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