Vancouver Island Colloidal Silver
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Silver was once used extensively by all health care practitioners as an antibiotic, antimicrobial and anti-viral. Nothing worked better then, and nothing does now. The new history of silver is a falsified history. The F.D.A. began its crusade against silver products in the 1930's,because silver (as a natural substance) cannot be patented; but the organization's antibiotic and vaccine industry partners were able to patent their wares. Under the Food and Drug Administration's original name, The Bureau of Chemistry, its real mission was to legally protect the chemical industry by declaring toxic chemicals to be "generally recognized as safe", and to eliminate the chemical industry's competition through regulations. This history has likewise been obscured greatly in most modern historical texts, but the truth can be found in materials from its early period.
Silver medicine has been erased from the textbooks, and it is seldom given mention in medical literature. The official Pharmacopeia(physician's desk reference book) listed dozens of medicinal silver compounds prior to the mid-1930's; but thereafter, all mention of silver disappeared. Newer books report that it never really happened. Before the history was rewritten, silver was like the nuclear weapon of medicine. No human pathogen of any kind survived it. This was the gospel of medicine. Pure colloidal silver is still the most comprehensive and potent antibiotic and anti-viral known that is actually safe for human consumption, and it is absolutely safe for everyone in every condition. It is natural, has no side effects, and it was killing the worst viral diseases in the 1930's, long before it became impossible to kill viruses with medicine.
Over the past two centuries, silver has been used by both allopathic and alternative medicine. In addition to being used for routine ailments, silver has been used effectively against some of the most notoriously hard to kill illnesses, including tuberculosis and syphilis. It has been used as an anti-bacterial agent that was added to bandages and disinfectant sprays. It has been embedded into clothing to prevent bacteria from producing foul odors from sweat, and integrated into cloth used in burn centers. Attempts are still being made to manufacture hospital counter tops with silver, to prevent the growth of bacteria. Silver-lined containers are being used to disinfect water in third world countries and also being used by NASA in the space programs. Removing silver from the market was one of the first actions of the FDA, when it changed its name in the 1930's from the Bureau of Chemistry to the more publicly palatable, Food and Drug Administration. In 1999, after a resurgence of silver, the F.D.A. completely banned it in all forms from being sold in over-the-counter health products, despite the fact that silver has safely been used as a medicine for centuries.
Colloidal Silver is once again asserting itself as 'Mother Natures' true champion!