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GretaM
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Has anyone used colloidial silver for coinfections?

If so what dose was successful and about how much did it cost per month? How long did it take?

Thanks in advance.

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Very interested too. Thanks for asking Greta.
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ukcarry
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Hi Greta, I am taking ACS 200 and its companion zeolite product aCZ Nano, but sorry, it is too early to say what it might be doing. I started with 5 sprays twice per day of each and have increased by one spray per dose per week...am now on ten sprays, twice per day.
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I've been on ACS 200 for about 3 months. My doctor swears he has had patients improve dramatically on this silver spray alone.

That and one other herbal (first allicin, then olive leaf extract and turmeric) have been my only antibacterial meds.

Like ukcarry, the jury is still kind of out for me.

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Jury is still out for me, I have taken a lot of ACS200 spray, had the same doc as SickSCi. Makes sense that it would work however I have not had improvement in either viral or coinfection symptoms.

I suspect it may be dose dependent and we are not taking enough. Don't think 5-10-15-20 sprays etc will amount to much. I have spoken to a couple of people who have done it via IV and it was very effective.

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http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/silver-makes-antibiotics-thousands-of-times-more-effective/
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I'm taking argentyn23 and i can def feel a lot of herxing. I ran out and just ordered more and can't wait to get it. I was working up to 7tsp a day for now.
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For my son it was so strong it causes too much herxing even at low doses, BUT we have an an acquaintance who has regained her life from lyme using colloidal silver as her only anti-microbial.
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GretaM
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For those using the sprays...

Is it nasal spray? Or do you spray in your mouth?

I have sovereign silver spray, but I have been using it as a nasal spray. Maybe I am taking it wrong.

Thanks for the link VV.

I can't afford anymore testing and I know I have a few coinfections at play.

A few weird ones.

And I don't want to use abx willy nilly

But berberine and siver seems to be broad spectrum.

Was thinking of icorporating those in.

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Jlcd1: about how much does 7tsp a day cost? Per month?
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ACS 200 does have a separate nasal version, I think, but I have the oral spray, which I have sometimes used in my nose when I wondered if I had parasites there (like you, if I remember correctly?).

I like the fact that you build up your dose to avoid too much Herxing and it also has good research, but not 'in vivo' research, ie it kills borrelia and many other bacteria very quickly in the dish, but then so do many other things.

I hold it in my mouth for a while to encourage it to kill any bacteria there before I swallow.

Intriguing, CD57: I can't imagine what taking it in IV form would be like! Very costly, i imagine though!

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Re Herxing, I believe that Dr Garry Gordon, creator of ACS 200, did say that you should not need to Herx on it and that that is the purpose of building up your dose slowly.
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i just ordered the argentyn23 nasal spray and ointment to start using as a nasal spray for any staph in there. And ointment to use on my horrible mysterious rash all over my hands.

I would love to do IV, I'm going to call the company again on Monday and see if they know of anyone around me who will do it.

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