Disclosure: I received this product as part of an advertorial.
Have you heard of colloidal silver? People have been using silver for centuries to help control infections. As more people turn to natural remedies, the use of colloidal silver is again becoming a popular alternative to modern medicines as it has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties.
I have been hearing more and more about colloidal silver over the last several years. We have successfully used it on cuts and scrapes instead of antibiotic ointment, but I have been nervous to use it internally after reading stories of people turning blue with improper use.
After receiving a bottle of Silver Immune Booster to try, I decided to give internal use a try since it labeled specifically for internal use. To use Silver Immune Booster internally, you just swish it around your mouth for 30 seconds, then swallow it. It’s supposed to help improve overall wellness and build your immune system so it can better fight off invading bacteria, viruses and fungus.
I was worried about how the Silver Immune Booster would taste as there was no indication on the bottle. I was surprised that it has virtually no taste at all. There was a bit of an aftertaste, but it wasn’t bad.
You can also use it topically on cuts and scrapes. Or you can use it as a nebulized mist to immediately expose airborne bacteria, viruses and pathogens in the nose and lungs to the silver ions. I would have never thought to use it for respiratory illnesses that way.
Silver Immune Booster can also be used for both adults and children, making it a great item to have stocked in your natural medicine cabinet.
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