Silver skin protection?

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  • Sun, Mar 22, 2020 - 10:36am

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    westcoastdog

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    Silver skin protection?

I have been using silver dyhydogen citrate (SDC) for years to sanitize my electric toothbrush after I read “… the average toothbrush can contain 10 million bacteria or more—including E. coli and Staph, according to a study at the University of Manchester in England.” On earlier posts, I mentioned that SDC is non-toxic and provides 24 hour protection, which no other disinfectant can claim. SDC is manufactured by Pure Bioscience. https://www.purebio.com/

About five years ago, I made an important discovery. The inner gum of my third molar on the bottom left would get inflamed every few weeks, and when I pressed it hard, a little pus would come out. I went to my dentist and was referred to a root canal specialist, who determined that the tooth was too fragile for the procedure. I’ve always used unwaxed floss because I thought the extra friction would be more effective. I began wetting the floss with SDC, and the inflammation ceased permanently. Now at night I floss all my teeth with the SDC, and in the morning I use SDC floss on the problem tooth, which was always a bit loose but now sits firmer. There always some wetness in my palm so I wipe the excess of my face.

After I take a shower, I apply SDC on the back of my head, where I would occasionally get pimples, on my chest, underarms, groin (never get jock itch). I began doing this after I read years ago that a jailer in the midwest used SDC on his prisoners and eliminated skin MRSA. Although SDC is for hard surfaces, it has been used to purify water and as a substitute antibiotic for chickens.

Silver is known to have anti-germ qualities and is used on bandages for burn patients. It is also effective against viruses, although scientists do not know exactly how silver kills the virus. It occurred to me if I apply SDC to my face and hands, the residual silver molecules would provide some anti-viral protection. I keep a small bottle of SDC in my car, and I apply it to my face and hands when I go shopping. When I return to the car, I use hand sanitizer and then reapply the SDC.

Since I began applying SDC to my face, I rarely get colds, less than once a year, although my elementary school daughter gets three or four annually. I also use SDC on minor cuts and scratches and spray it on bandages.

 

  • Sun, Mar 22, 2020 - 10:54am

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    jzehr39158

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    Silver skin protection?

I marketed that product to businesspeople a while. It’s a good product, solid science. Where do you buy it?

I also use colloidal silver, which I make at home. I have a device that makes 10 ppm colloidal silver solution. I’ve been spraying it on my hands and face (no, it won’t turn you blue!), thinking (and hoping) that the residual silver molecules will work as a bactericide and virucide, but it’s hard to find reliable information on the use of colloidal silver.

  • Sun, Mar 22, 2020 - 12:19pm

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    westcoastdog

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    Silver skin protection?

I bought it from Puregreen24. https://puregreen24.com/

Sneaky Amazon used to list the product, but has dropped it.

Pure Bioscience used to maintain its own online store. Perhaps you can call the company, which recently sent a shipment to an Asian distributor.




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