Colloidal Silver for Pink Eye

Benefits of colloidal silver for conjunctivitis are described in this article

 Colloidal silver consists of suspension of fine particles of silver in dispersion medium of distilled water. It possesses excellent natural antibiotic properties which enable it to fight various infections caused by virus, fungus, bacteria and many other micro organisms. It can fight off even those bacteria that have become immune to regular antibiotic medicines. Another advantage is that colloids are one such submicroscopic particles of matter that can penetrate through the membranes of the cells in our body. Thus colloidal silver can be readily absorbed into the body. For all these qualities, more and more people opt for colloidal silver treatment.

Colloidal Silver and Pink Eye

Pink eye is also referred to as conjunctivitis. In this condition, inflammation occur on the transparent mucous membrane that covers the eyeball and eyelid lining. This is mostly caused due to bacterial and viral infection. Some common symptoms of pink eye are redness in eyes, itchiness and burning sensation, swollen eyelids, excessive tear, sticky discharge from the eyes. Even though the symptoms causes a lot of discomfort, it is not a serious ailment. However, it is highly contagious and spread from an infected person to others around him or her very rapidly.

For a prompt action against this highly infectious virus and bacteria, colloidal silver is used. When colloidal silver is applied on the infected eye, the tiny silver colloids pick up the infected cells by attracting them electromagnetically and put them into the bloodstream. In this way, the germs are eliminated from the body.

Similarly, you can use colloidal silver for stye. Staphylococcus bacteria is mainly responsible for this eye infection that affects the oil secreting glands present at the root of the eyelash. Eye stye can be identified as a fluid filled blister with yellowish spot at center. On application of colloidal silver, the bacteria get killed and the bump will be healed.

How to Use Colloidal Silver for Pink Eye?

Colloidal silver can be used both internally as well as externally. By the topical usage of colloidal silver, pink eye can be treated. It can be used as eye drops. For this, wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly to make them free from germs. Open the infected eyelid with one hand and put 2 – 3 drops of colloidal silver into the eye. If both eyes are infected, then apply it on the other eye too. You have to repeat it 3 – 4 times in a day. If you want, you can put it into a spray bottle and spray it into the eyes. You can also prepare an eyewash by diluting a few drops of colloidal silver in water and using it to disinfect the eyes.

You will be surprised to know that colloidal silver can provide relief from the symptoms of pink eye within a few hours. However, you must continue to use colloidal silver for conjunctivitis for the next few days to get rid of the infection completely. If you fear that you may get stinging sensation after application, then let me assure you that it does not sting at all. In fact, it is suitable for people of any age group including small babies, children and elderly. In order to obtain the best results from this treatment, you can take colloidal silver orally as well. This will strengthen your immune system, enable your body to recover from the infection really fast and reduce the chances of further infection.

The best part of using colloidal silver for pink eye is that it does not have any side effects

Nutrasilver has been helping Moms and babies with Pink-eye for many years.  I have used it on my 2- month old Granddaughter’s pick-eye and within an hour, her eyes were perfectly clear. She continued to do her job of being a happy baby with no complaint.

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