I am sharing this snippet from another forum I subscribe to. The wife of the man who wrote it is a lab technician at a major hospital. She sees some really nasty stuff. She also conducted private tests under laboratory conditions and conclusively determined that colloidal silver is a substance which MRSA cannot survive in the presence of, nor mutate to develop resistance to it. I believe Reddit did cover this briefly but it needs to be shared more freely.
Quote from: **** on December 12, 2013, 10:31:09 PM
I guess this thread is approate for this. As most of you guys know. Mrs **** is a lab tech at a local hospital dealing with alot of stuff we dont wanna think about. Anyway, there's this new bug going around that as she puts it resembles distemper only people are getting it. It causes the lungs to break down and bleed the patient drowns as a result. About 70% are an ICU case. (Tubes and beepy monitors and sheet).. The bad news is this stuff dosant respond to any antibiotics like it should. Put planely if your immune system isnt up to par and able to eject this bug you do not have the luxury of antibiotics because this stuff just dont care.
Mrs **** (*****) suggests to avoid public areas when possible. When in public areas avoid touching your nose, eyes or mouth. Be aware of cross contamination possibilities, door handles, shopping carts ect. Use hand sanitizer like you mean business. Basically there's a real nasty bug out there use your head. This thing is bad news.
That is all.
It works in a Petrie dish but no way would any doctor sanction it. Of course we all use it here and sofar only a mild case of the sniffles in my grandson. No joke tho prople are dieing from this stuff. Young strong folks that should be able to kick it aint doing well. And older folks.. well..dont have much of a chance This stuff is a beautyful indigo blue in a dish, and from what I understand its much smaller than a virus and doesn't act much like a bacteria and eats antibiotics. If you survive it youll be down for a month or more. Just take care of yourselves out there and be aware that even tho you hear about the flu on news you wont hear about this. Its not a flu bug. Protect yourself. All the common sense stuff. Just do it.
My daughter, a nurse. Just this evening told me of a case where she works, a guy 56 years old admitted about christmas is now paralyzed because this stuff got into his spine. I guess any weakness this stuff sets up shop for the long haul.