Molecula Silver: The Benefits and How to Use it

Many of us have that one relative that swears about the efficacy of using silver to fight off illnesses—in my family, it was mom. That means silver has been a medicine cabinet staple since childhood.

Feeling ill? Take some Silver dissolved in water.
Ear infection? Put some Silver in it.
Eye infection? Put some Silver in it… We even used diluted silver in our Dogs eye when it got infected, and it worked quite effectively!

I remember my grandfather telling us a story of his youth and mentioning that it was common for children to suck on silverware (Spoons, forks, yeah that stuff) when they were coming down with a cold.

This unfortunately isn’t the norm anymore (and let’s be honest, most silverware isn’t even made from silver today), but silver products have been used for centuries.

The History of Silver

Some of the earliest documented use of silver (medicinally) dates-back to 4000 BC but opinions have always varied from opposite-ends of the spectrum regarding its validity.

Most hospitals around the world house various forms of silver (Creams, Medical devices, Dressings, etc) used for an array of maladies. Sometimes we’ll hear Silver products hyped as a “cure all,” while other times it’s vilified along quack medical theories.

One thing that can often be agreed upon is that Silver products had been the most widely utilized infection fighter before the advent of more profitable antibiotics in modern allopathic medicine. Check out this excerpt from a Peer Reviewed study by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health.

Medical applications (of Silver) are documented in the literature throughout the 17th and 18th centuries… Silver nitrate was used topically throughout the 1800s for the treatment of burns, ulcerations, and infected wounds… although its used decline after World War II and the advent of antibiotcs. – Politano 2013

The Difference Between the Silver Products

These dietary supplements are each microscopic metallic silver particles suspended in a liquid solution, but they’re not the same thing.

Colloidal Silver is a nanoparticle. It is a complete silver particle that doesn’t merge with other compounds.

Ionic Silver is made of silver ions. These ions are reactive with other compounds in the body—most commonly it reacts with chloride.

Molecula Silver is a form of ionic silver that is reduced in size so that it has a much higher rate of penetration and much less chance of accumulation.

We use Molecula Silver because it offers more health promoting benefits with much less risk.

What is Molecula Silver Used For?

  • Wound Dressings. Gently clean your wound with warm water and soap. Apply Molecula Silver and cover with medical gauze.
  • Fungal Infections like athletes foot, jock itch, and ringworm. Apply Molecula Silver to a sterile damp cloth (warm water preferably) and wrap infected area.
  • First Aid Remedy. Use on burns, scratches, bites, and cuts by applying Molecula Silver to sterile medical gauze and cover.
  • Immune Boosting. Dilute 1 serving of Molecula Silver in a cup of water 1-3 times per week.
  • Water / Liquid Preservation. Add a drop of Molecula Silver to keep liquids fresh.

Molecula Silver from ThePureWay

There are hundreds of Silver products on the market. Our Molecula Silver is of the highest quality and has been extensively tested. The result? 100% of the body's membranes are penetrated.

The greater absorption rate is due to nano-sized particles in our Silver, as the liquid supplement behaves like a gas in the body.

Because it’s more effective, you only need 10-15 drops every day for the antiviral and immune boosting properties.

What do you use Molecula Silver for? Drop a line in the comments below…


References

Spectrum of antimicrobial activity associated with ionic colloidal silver. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23017226

Negatively charged silver nanoparticles with potent antibacterial activity and reduced toxicity for pharmaceutical preparations. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28408822

Use of Silver in the Prevention and Treatment of Infections: Silver Review

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4955599/

Silver Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Characterization, Properties, Applications, and Therapeutic Approaches. - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27649147

History of the Medical Use of Silver (J.Wesley Alexander) http://www.silveredgehealth.com/pdf/history.pdf

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0144861718308695?via%3Dihub

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