Natural Food Poisoning Treatment
The CDC estimates that 50 million Americans each year get sick from food borne illnesses; about 3000 of them die. (1) The sources are many (vegetables, fruit, eggs, and hamburger…) and the bacteria are varied (listeria, E. coli, Salmonella, Staph) but the end result can be days of diarrhea, hospitalization and even death. This problem strikes one in seven of us (if not more) every year.
The Allopathic Medicine standard of care is to treat the symptoms and let your body fight the illness. Occasionally, antibiotics are used to assist the immune system, but a typical course of sickness can last from 3 days to a week. There is another way - a better and more natural way.
Drinking a bolus of one ounce of an enhanced aqueous silver colloid has been shown to dramatically reduce the number of pathogens and terminate food borne illnesses. The results from this technique can be as rapid as 2 hours when taken at the first signs of illness or one day when taken after the bacteria have had a long time to multiply and the symptoms are strong. After an hour has elapsed, another 1-ounce dose can be administered. This is reduced to two ½ ounce doses for children.
Laboratory, animal and clinical results have demonstrated that a good enhanced aqueous silver colloid can demonstrate complete inoculum kills of E. Coli (3), Staph. (3), Salmonella (2) and other common pathogens (3) in as little as 20 minutes. (2) Years of clinical and field use have demonstrated a typical return to a normally functioning intestinal tract in less than a day. In 12 years of use and testing there has never been an adverse response noted.
With this knowledge in mind and the antidote on hand, you can eat what you like and where you like without fear… naturally.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1600 Clifton Rd. Atlanta, GA 30333 www.cdc.gov
- Microbac Laboratories test report on Salmonella enterica, Test Report 1112-00289, 1/17/2012, 4750 Nautilus Court South, Unit A, Boulder, CO 80301
- Antimicrobial Testing of Silver Colloids and Silver Iontophoresis, pages 11-46, Amber Cornelius and Steven Frank, 2006, Klearsen Corporation, Boulder, CO 80301.