Bacterial Infections & Colloidal Silver
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Successful treatment of bacterial infections with colloidal silver is dependant upon many factors. The silver must reach the infection site and come in contact with the bacteria.
Further factors to consider:
1. The silver must reach the infection site in a bioactive form.
2. Dilution must be considered: Variables dependent primarily on the immune system response and aggressiveness of the infection, as well as bacterial population density, may render diluted silver products innefective; in other words, enough of the colloidal silver must reach the infection to make a impact.
3. A supply of colloidal silver must consistently be delivered to the area in order to continue to reduce bacterial counts.
Scientific studies have demonstrated that silver ions act directly on bacterial cell walls, preventing proliferation ( reproduction ), by attaching to special cell receptors that are only found on single-celled organisms. Mammalian cells are not effected in the same manner.
The use of colloidal silver helps individual to control the life threatening bacterial infection known as subdural empyema.
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