Thursday, April 21, 2005

Tackling drug-resistant pneumonia with colloidal silver

The procedure outlined here will work on any
lung pathogen including anthrax; In fact, an
M.D. in the USA has been using this type of
procedure for 10 years and is proposing it for
anthrax. Here it is, straight from the lab:

The original problem manifested as a result of
our fruitless search for some effective procedure
for attacking the bilateral form of those
bacterial pneumonias which have proved non-
responsive to all of the antibiotic protocols. We
have evaluated colloidal silver and many methods
of its employment. Only one method was ever
rapidly effective in an "essentially terminal"
evaluation. The methodology employed in these
experiments included the following protocol:
Using a very fine particle nebulizer, a 25 psi to
35 psi, regulated O2 supply as the gas drive and
a colloidal silver mixture compounded as follows:
Starting with 8 ounces of 10 ppm colloidal silver
(warmed to approx. 105 degrees F.) dissolve MSM
in this solution to the point of saturation
(until no more will go into solution); next add
20 per cent by volume of DMSO to the parent

None of these are "approved drugs" or procedures.

Shhh. Don't tell anyone.

If you haven't already, take a look at the links
on the right under "All-purpose anti-pathogen..."
for more. There's much more to the Colloidal Silver

I think you'll want to read the details and
save them.