Thank you for tuning into this video today. Many of you out there may be aware of colloidal silver, a product called colloidal silver. Colloidal silver is often maligned by western medical practitioners. They basically say that it’s bogus. It doesn’t work. That people should stick with antibiotics. Not all medical doctors are like this, but many I speak to rubbish colloidal silver.
Now these people may want to have a think about this because in 1934, penicillin was discovered. But prior to that, what was the number one thing that was used for sterilizing and for killing bacteria? It was colloidal silver. Colloidal silver has been used for hundreds of years. It’s still effective today and it’s not something that really Candida can have a resistance against. And that was Gary’s question from Los Angeles.
Eric, can Candida become resistant to colloidal silver? It can’t and there are many reasons why it can’t. But probably one of the most interesting ones is because colloidal silver in a solution when it comes in contact with Candida, you’ve got two entities there and you’ve got this polarization, this electrical kind of charge, which is set up and it basically kills Candida on contact. It’s also a very powerful sterilizing agent, so it helps to sterilize. It helps to reduce inflammation. It speeds wound healing. It’s antibacterial and antifungal.
In fact, there was an interesting study published by a Korean researcher in the Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology quite a few years ago now, but this study showed that colloidal silver was, in fact, just as effective, if not more effective, than one of the most potent antifungals on the market, Amphotericin B, which is a really potent, strong antifungal with also very powerful side effects. What they discovered was that colloidal silver, in fact, was just as effective as the most powerful antifungals. It’s more effective than fluconazole or diflucan.
So why aren’t you using colloidal silver? You should use it. You should try it out. Now you may have also seen a YouTube clip regarding the Smurf man or the guy with the purple face. Well, this person was drinking large amounts of colloidal silver for many years on end without a break. That’s not something that you want to do. You don’t want to drink gallons and gallons of colloidal silver. Anything you take in excess is going to be damaging. Small amounts work very, very well. It’s great to use also for jock itch, for toenail fungus, for scalp fungus, any kind of wounds or cuts or abrasions, or vaginal douching it can be used for.
Don’t let the medical people put you off colloidal silver. It’s a fantastic cleansing agent. Used carefully in the amounts that they recommend, there’s nothing wrong with colloidal silver. In fact, if you look at the poisons register, it’s not registered with the poisons register because it’s not a registered poison either, so it can’t kill people or make them sick. Anything can kill if you’re going to drink in excess, of course, but it’s not something that really makes people sick and kills them.
Unlike pharmaceutical drugs that apparently from what I’ve been told and the research I’ve looked at, I believe it’s the third or fourth leading cause of morbidity and death in America today is properly regulated and prescribed pharmaceutical drugs. So these guys can’t turn around and tell us that colloidal silver makes people sick and kills them. When at their own hands, they’re giving drugs like Amphotericin. They need to be careful.
Can you use colloidal silver? Will Candida become resistant to it? No. It won’t become resistant to it. But like any antifungal, make sure that you’re using it in small amounts, increase it here and there, stop taking it here and there. Use it in conjunction with grapefruit seed extract, standardized garlic extract and things like berberine, undecylenic acid, and all these sorts of things.
I developed a very good antifungal product called Canxida. If you go to Canxida.com, you can read all about it. Now that antifungal used in conjunction with some liquid colloidal silver is going to give you a very good powerful Candida killing effect. A bit of food for thought there.
So I hope that answers your question, Gary from Los Angeles. I’d be quite comfortable in saying that I really don’t believe that colloidal silver will be problematic against Candida. The resistance isn’t really there.
Thank you for your inquiry.