View Full Version : ANECDOTAL EVIDENCE USING CS
05-27-2010, 11:56 AM
I got a bug bite yesterday while mowing grass. I didn't notice it until I started to cool off. That's when it began to itch. I went into the bathroom cabinet mirror to see it. It was already the size of a mosquito bite, and redness surrounded the welt.
I have a spray bottle of CS 16-20 ppms ( my ppm preference at this time).
Three pumps of the CS spray to saturate the immediate area.
In just a few minutes the irritation of the site was noticeably less.
For the rest of the day I would spray the site every couple of hour when I'd remember or walk by the bathroom. That was maybe 5-6 times during the rest of the day and into the night with a spray before going to bed.
By evening the irritation was gone. Size of welt and redness area remained the same.
This morning before spraying I notice the redness area was gone.
Only the welt remains.
I will keep up the above regiment, and report back any changes.
Feel Free to post your anecdotals here on this thread.
We Are Our Own Researchers,
05-31-2010, 10:52 AM
Well, It's been five days since the bite. The irritation was pretty much knocked out with CS spraying (every 2-3 hours ) with in 8 hours. Which seems to be the impressive part of this observation period. The welt is now about 90% gone. Still a slightly hard spot where I knicked it shaving the other day ( soap and blade).
In conclusion it seems CS spray definitely help with relieving the irritation and removing the redness fairly quickly.
As far as the physical appearance of the welt itself and it's elimination I think there was little to no remarkable added effect that the normal human body would not accomplish on it's own.
Eliminating the scratching due to irritation, and reduction to removal of redness within the 1st 8 hours are sufficient for me as being a helpful application of CS.
05-31-2010, 11:37 AM
CS? - hmmm... you've been able to put Cass Sunstein in a spray bottle? eek!
06-01-2010, 02:29 PM
CS? - hmmm... you've been able to put Cass Sunstein in a spray bottle? eek!
dacrunch, I should of known the 1st time I used abbreviations instead of the words "colloidal silver you'd find words that defeat the entire thread. LOL
Cass Sunstein is already more deadly than militarize anthrax.
06-01-2010, 03:19 PM
Never tried CS myself, but thanx for the tip! I use Alergel that I picked up in Costa Rica when I got jellyfish stings SCUBA diving. Works well for bug bites, poisoin ivy, sunburn etc. Don't know if you can buy it in the states...never seen it.
06-01-2010, 05:13 PM
It's too bad you didn't have another 'control' bite you didn't spray to test the theory....
06-02-2010, 05:43 PM
It's the main reason I call the thread ANECDOTAL ....
Anyone who uses colloidal silver, NOT Cass Sunstein, is his own researcher. Most of the world's governments have decided to get in bed with BIG PHARMA which wants colloidal Ag use suppressed. So it can profit from it's continuing less effective antibiotics market.
Everybody should know what happens "In Bed".
06-07-2010, 10:25 PM
SUNBURNS ON FEET
I had to work a charity car wash to help support my youngest baseball team. I was in the sun during the local highpoint 12n - 5:30pm ( 3pm is the normal hotpoint around here) on what turned out to be a clear bright day. Since I knew us parents would be doing more work than the boys I put on some old sandals which would not mind get wet.
The sandals design left a two inch x 4 inch opening on the top of my untanned feet.
This morning when I got up I realized the top of my feet itched especially the left one. It also has a more distinct redness than the right. Which is interesting in itself, but I digress.
Anyway I pull out the same spray bottle I used for the bug bite. A Colloidal Silver batch @ 16 - 20 ppm. Three sprays 3 times so far today. As of now at 10:17pm the itch has reduced significantly. At this point I can still tell the burn is there but on a 1-10 scale I would call it a 2 at the worse when it was at 7 this morning.
So far, In two situations, I am seeing irritation relief to be pattern with Colloidal Silver.
We Are Our Own Researchers ( WAOOR),
06-08-2010, 12:27 AM
I can tell you 50ml of 15-20ppm colloidal silver added to two liters of fresh squeezed orange juice will extend the shelf life (refrigerated) by at least a week. I can't tell you by how much more than a week because none has lasted more than two weeks for me to test it. A week was about the best I could hope for before I started doctoring it up. Someone should try it with milk :). I've never bothered because milk doesn't last long enough to go bad around here.....
06-08-2010, 10:24 AM
heres the first test I did to test out cs. I made a batch of CS, put it in one jar, and put distilled water in the other jar (my CS was made from distilled water, so the only difference between the two jars was the silver in it). Then I cut a strawberry in half and put one half in each jar.
The one without CS molded QUICK.
the one with silver in it did not mold.
proof enough that CS works for me. and this is a test anyone can do.
06-09-2010, 02:48 PM
.... Someone should try it with milk :). I've never bothered because milk doesn't last long enough to go bad around here.....
I do. Sometimes the kids drink a gallon in 2-5 days sometime 2-3 weeks. When I see they are in "slow mode" I put a shotglass full of Collodial Silver, homebrewed, 16-20 ppms in whatever milk is left. So far I've been able to extend milk 10 days past expiration w/ no bad taste developing. We haven't had any milk last any longer than 10 past so that's the family record so far.
We Are Our Own Researchers (WAOOR)
06-21-2010, 01:40 PM
Well, well.....I've tried colloidal silver for a few different things with encouraging, but inconclusive results. I could never be absolutely certain if the sunburn was mitigated, the burn healed faster....whatever.
But, now we've had a result I'm excited about :)
Last Tuesday my wife complained her eye was itchy and watering but she had a really rough headache at the time and we figured that might be making the eye water. Wednesday she woke up with her right eye glued shut by all kinds of crusty gunk, and once we soaked it open the white of her right eye was almost completely red and the left eye was severely bloodshot.
Here they call it "conjunctivitis" but back in the US I knew it as plain old "pink eye". She's a teacher so she was forbidden to come in to work because of the contaigious nature of the infection. Called the Doc and got an appointment, and then I wondered....hmm....would silver work?
I had a stronger solution....20ppm plus....that I keep in the kitchen for burns and we flushed her eyes with that. By that evening, improvement was dramatic. Thursday it was still too bad to go to school, but we kept dosing her a few drops in each eye about every two hours. She went ahead and went to the Doctor and got the prescription medicine but agreed not to use it as long as it looked like the colloidal silver was handling it. By Thursday evevning the eyes were just a little bloodshot. Doc told her not to go to school until Monday, and we both ended up sleeping in Friday morning, and we both forgot to put the drops in her eyes until about 4:00pm, and her eyes had gotten very noticibly worse.
I'm almost glad we forgot for those few hours because in a way it confirmed that the colloidal silver was what was making the difference. We dosed her faithfully the rest of the weekend and Monday morning she looked normal with maybe a few small veins showing in the white of her right eye. She went to school...no drops all day and came home with clear eyes. We went ahead and put drops in again when she got home just to be safe and will monitor closely for a few days, but I'm almost certain the colloidal silver has done the job.
Nice to know that we probably have a way to handle pink eye even if a doctor isn't around. :) The prescription drops remain unopened.
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