David Hooper - The colloidal silver hand book



David Hooper - The colloidal silver hand book

Researched, compiled, and formatted by David Hooper, Hydrodynamicist, 2008

molecule.pngHistory of colloidal silver

Silver is a powerful, natural antibiotic that has been used for thousands of years, with no harmful side effects ever having been observed.

Great Grandma put a silver dollar in the milk to keep if from spoiling as it sat on the back porch in summertime.

Also it is well known that the ancient Greeks knew the medical value of silver. It was observed that those ancient families who ate from silver utensils rarely were sick and had few infections. This knowledge passed on to kings, emperors, sultans and their families and members of their royal courts. They ate from silver plates, drank from silver cups, used silver utensils and stored their food in silver containers. As a result of this use, silver was ever so slightly rubbed off and mixed in their foods. And after a generation or two, they received the full benefit from the silver particles which found their way into the body of these people, hence had little chance of getting any infectious illness.

These royals were called Blue Bloods because their skin had a blue tint, due to the accumulation of minute traces of pure metallic silver. The common red blooded folk, however, ate from earthenware dishes with iron utensils and frequently were sick, whilst the royals enjoyed the freedom from infectious disease as early as from birth.

Also, Doctors once knew that a fine silver wire, sutured into a wound, would prevent infection and gangrene. Usually only the rich could afford it.

There are many historical references on Colloidal Silver. One of the most complete is published in "The Lancet", dated Dec. 12, 1914.

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