Unlike modern pharmaceutical antibiotics, nature’s remedy leaves helpful, aerobic, probiotic bacteria intact. Silver’s importance as a bactericide has been documented only since the late 1800s, but its use in purification has been known throughout the ages. Early records indicate that the Phoenicians, for example, used silver vessels to keep water, wine, and vinegar pure during their long voyages. In America, pioneers moving west put silver and copper coins in their water barrels to keep them clean. In fact, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth” is not a reference to wealth, but to health. In the early 18th century, babies who were fed with silver spoons were healthier than those fed with spoons made from other metals, and silver pacifiers found wide use in America because of their beneficial health effects.*
Does not require digestion or enzyme activity.
*Disclaimer: The information in this document has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is not intended as a substitute for the advice or medical care of a qualified health care professional and you should seek the advice of your health care professional before undertaking any dietary or lifestyle changes. This information is provided for educational purposes only.