The Colloidal Silver Solution to Leishmaniasis Parasitic Skin Infections
The parasitic skin infection known as Leishmaniasis afflicts some 12 million people worldwide, in 98 countries, with up to two million new cases reported each year.
It’s an extremely painful skin condition which can lead to death if left untreated. Indeed, there are some 20,000 to 50,000 deaths from Leishmaniasis each year, worldwide. What’s more, medications used to treat the dread disease are often toxic in nature.
Leishmaniasis is endemic in many Middle Eastern countries from which refugees come to the west. And western troops involved in Middle East conflicts often pick up this horrific, skin-eating disease, which is what spurred the U.S. Army to study silver as a potential solution.
Here’s what they learned…
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge…
Breitbart, a well-known right-wing political site, recently posted this article about the potential for Syrian refugees bringing a horrific and potentially deadly skin disease called Leichmaniasis into the western nations.
When I posted a link to the article to the Colloidal Silver Secrets Community web page on Facebook, with the intention of discussing colloidal silver as a first-line defense against this parasitic skin disease for anyone afflicted with it…
…I was stung with a barrage of angry posts from readers accusing me of everything from “xenophobic fear-mongering” to “promoting vaccines.”
Some people – in a huff of self-righteousness -- even clicked “unlike” and quit following the community. One stated, “I’m unliking your page for sharing political propaganda.”
In My Defense…
Of course, the article I posted the link to doesn’t even mention the dreaded “v” word (i.e., vaccines). Indeed, there’s no such thing, to the best of my knowledge, as a vaccine for parasitic skin diseases like Leichmaniasis. So that’s altogether a non-issue.
And whether or not the intention of the Breitbart article was to promote xenophobia (i.e., fear of foreigners) is up in the air as well, since the article isn’t a shrill call for a halt to immigration, but instead, a very reasonable call for better screening of refugee immigrants who might carry this infectious disease.
As for the charge that I’m “promoting political propaganda,”
it’s a well-known fact that 12 million people around the world suffer from
Leishmaniasis, and that the disease is indeed endemic in some 98 countries,
including the Middle Eastern nations listed in the article. It’s not “propaganda.” It’s just simple factual data.
And based on recent clinical studies – on of them by the U.S. Army -- silver may very well turn out to be the single-best all-natural front-line treatment for the disease, particularly for those whose health makes it impossible for them to handle the toxic prescription drugs so often prescribed for this disease.
I suppose there’s nothing I can do about those can’t see that my intentions in publishing the information were honorable – as always, with the health and well-being of the afflicted as the uppermost thought in mind.
When one’s political beliefs are so highly-charged that they can’t see the actual point I’m trying to make, but instead, have an instantaneous knee-jerk reaction of striking out to afflict as much damage as possible, well, what can I say but don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.
Silver to Be Effective
You can read the actual clinical study demonstrating that silver cures leishmaniasis, and that its anti-leishmaniasis activity can be enhanced with ultraviolet light, at this link.
Very Good News
I think you’ll agree that this is exceedingly
good news – not just for the 12 million people spread across 98 countries that
suffer from this dread parasitic skin infection, but also for those in the west
who might inadvertently be exposed to it through contact with infected refugee
And it’s doubtful there would be any significant spread of the disease through immigration into the population of any host country, as well, if silver would be adopted as the front-line defense.
And yes, I know some readers will read online that Leishmaniasis is only transmitted through the bite of sand flies, and not through person-to-person contact. But in that regard, the RightDiagnosis.com website says the following:
“Leishmaniasis is considered to be contagious between people. Generally the infectious agent may be transmitted by saliva, air, cough, fecal-oral route, surfaces, blood, needles, blood transfusions, sexual contact, mother to fetus, etc.
· from person to person by blood.
· from the mother to her fetus.
· By way of flies or insects”
Now, go ahead cue the howls of protests from both sides of
the political spectrum, if you’d like.
But my job in these articles, and in my posts on the Colloidal Silver
Secrets Community on Facebook, is not
a political one.
Instead, my self-imposed job, as a natural health journalist, is to promote solutions to pressing health issues that all sides and all people can benefit from. And that’s exactly what I’m doing.
Here are a few more pieces of interesting information that might be helpful in light of the situation:
· Learn how to make your own colloidal silver gel for use on skin conditions, quickly and easily, here.
· Learn more about the power of infection-fighting colloidal silver gels and creams, here.
The real issue, for me, anyway, is whether or not colloidal silver can help people suffering from Leishmaniasis.
I don’t care whether they’re living in any of the 98 countries across the world in which this disease is common, or whether or not they’re refugees to western nations who might otherwise spread the infection.
A little over an ounce of colloidal silver a day for about eight weeks, plus some good colloidal silver gel slathered on topically each day for the same amount of time, appears to be a simple, effective and relatively inexpensive solution to a potentially deadly problem.
And all sides of the political spectrum would benefit from this solution. So please: No more howls of protest.
Try to see past your own political biases to the fact that a very painful, infectious and potentially deadly disease has an effective all-natural solution. And that solution is SILVER.
Learn to Make Your Own
Colloidal Silver for Pennies…
Colloidal silver can be purchased at just about any local health food store, or through a number of online sources including Amazon.com.
However, it’s quite literally one of the most expensive and heavily marked-up natural supplements in existence.
Health food store owners, for example, often charge as much as $20-$30 for a tiny four-ounce bottle. Yet the cost to manufacture four ounces of colloidal silver is about 12 cents. Yes, I said twelve cents.
Thankfully, there’s no need to
pay such exorbitant prices for colloidal silver, when you can make your own,
quickly and easily, in the comfort and privacy of your own home, for about 36 cents a quart.
If you’re interested in learning how to make your own high-quality colloidal silver at home, for about 36 cents a quart, here are some additional short articles you might want to take a look at:
Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver….
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
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