Colloidal silver is known as an antibiotic, antivirus and antifungal which can prevent and treat numerous diseases in both humans and animals, like cold and flu, ear infection, nose infection, skin infection, etc. Medical tests indicate no known adverse effects from the use of properly prepared colloidal silver, and there has never been a recorded case of drug interaction with any other medication.
Silver has a long history of being used by the ancients for numerous situations. It has an
amazing ability to kill virus, bacterial and fungal organisms, and has been used for over
2,000 years to prevent sickness and heal diseases.
In 1852, Dr J. Marion Sims made a seminal contribution to the medical use of silver. He used
silver wires to repair the fistulas of a slave woman successfully.
In 1880s, Dr Carl Siegnund Franz Crede dropped silver nitrate into new-born babies' eyes to prevent ophthalmia neonatorium, which promoted the use of silver in medical field. The incidence of
eye infection is reduced from 7.8% to 0.13% in decade. So this method was widely used through
the world until antibiotics is developed. Colloidal silver was being used for wound by B.C.Crede in 1891. In the modern society, scientists and doctors began to researching colloidal silver because
of its superior antibiotic function. The ancient Romans, Greeks and others use silver containers to preserve food and water. In Ancient China, people used a silver needle to test whether the food is poisonous. If it was, the silver needle would immediately turn black. The Chinese emperors used silver chopsticks. And people wore silver jewelry to keep health. The silver jewelry would become brighter and brighter if a person was healthy. If the body had lots of toxins, the silver will turn grey.
In North America, before refrigeration was not developed, people would drop silver coins into the
vessel to keep the milk fresh for longer. By 1800, people produced silver vessels to store water,
wine, milk and Silver.