Colloidal Silver Annihilates Super-pathogen CRE

Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge

Newspapers and television news headlines have been ablaze this week with stories of the super-pathogen CRE, which is infecting hundreds of patients at UCLA Medical Center, killing two of them already.

This has spurred a number of questions from readers regarding whether or not colloidal silver is effective against this deadly, drug-resistant superbug – especially now that contaminated hospital equipment has been found to be at blame for the new round of infections.

Thankfully, clinical studies prove colloidal silver is astonishingly effective against the CRE pathogen.

So if you're going into a hospital for a procedure such as an endoscopy that requires a scope being placed inside the body, you might want to consider ingesting colloidal silver before and after, as a precaution. (Check with your doctor first, to make sure there's no contraindications.)

To learn more, see my previous article, Colloidal Silver Versus Antibiotic-Resistant CRE Bacteria


Steve Barwick
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