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Methods of taking Colloidal Silver

 

Orally

Taking a quantity up to half a pint by drinking it. Usually on an empty stomach 2 hour after eating.

Advantages

Easy to take and can take larger quantities.

Disadvantages

It is thought that the acids in the stomach will oxidize the majority of the CS, which means it will lose its all-important charge. After this the CS faces the bile and digestive enzymes in the duodenum which are strongly alkaline. This will render even more of the CS ineffective. Any remaining CS can now be absorbed by the small intestine.

Topically

Applied directly to the skin or anywhere on the outside of the body. Using CS gel. This lasts much longer than simple CS solution.

Advantages

This is a very effective and quick way of dealing with skin infections. For example impetigo, athletes foot and even mouth ulcers.

Disadvantages

The CS only gets to the area where the gel is applied. It does not raise blood levels.

Sub lingually
(under the tongue)

Placing a tablespoon of CS under the tongue and leaving it to absorb.

Advantages

Will by-pass the stomach acid and the liver going straight in to the blood stream.

Disadvantages

Questionable amounts of it may be absorbed. How much of that table spoon of CS do you swallow and how much crosses the oral mucosa is debatable. Only small amounts can be administered at a time.

Rectally

Using a syringe and tubing a quantity of CS can be administered directly in to the rectum; typically 20 to 30ml

Advantages

This is the most efficient way to get CS in to the blood. The CS is completely absorbed by the rectum, there is no stomach acid or bile to destroy its effectiveness. It is a very effective way to access the Liver and raise CS levels in the blood.

Disadvantages

Most people in the UK find this route of administration laughable and can't understand why anyone would want to do it. The reasons mentioned should make it clear that it is the best method. It is not at all difficult and if your life is on the line, you should consider this method, it is miles better than any other route.

Nebulisation

Using a special machine called a nebuliser the CS is made in to a fine mist which is inhaled (1 to 5ml).

Advantages

This is a very effective way of delivering CS to the Respiratory system. It can be very beneficial for treating infections in the lungs and throat.

Disadvantages

Only a small amount of CS is nebulized at a time (up to 5ml) so very little is likely to reach the blood supply and therefore the rest of the body.