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Candida-Yeast Infection

I came across your website while looking for Candida cures. I have systemic Candida overgrowth, and I would like to try your colloidal silver. Do you have a protocol I can use?

P.S. Is it safe to take during pregnancy? I’m not pregnant yet, just curious.

Inna in New Jersey


Hi Inna,
Yes, Colloidal Silver can be very effective against Candida. Go to Yeast Infection/Candida Albicans Protocol. I would also add Selenium Synergy and Enzyme Complex to this protocol. Selenium is a potent immune system booster and systemic Enzymes (taken in larger servings on an empty stomach) will help to break down the cell walls of one-celled organisms.

I would limit therapeutic use during pregnancy and always use Probiotics an hour or so after taking silver to replenish the colon flora.

Let me know if you need any further input.
Ben in Utopia

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Bladder Infection, Burns, & Candida

Hi Utopia,

I live in the small gold mining town of Norseman in Western Australia.

I have lived here for nearly 10 years now. My husband and I came out from New Zealand to Western Australia in 1986. I am quite excited to find out about such a wonderful product the silver colloidal has proved to be for so many people. I have suffered for 18 years from recurrent bladder infections, and I am so sick of having to rely on antibiotics time and time again. Having found no relief from any other natural remedies, I am so relieved at last to have stumbled across such a wonderful product. And to think it has been there all this time, I wonder why it took so long to come across it. My older sister actually put me onto it, when she posted me a bottle only about 3 weeks ago. Her boyfriend was seriously burned as a child and the Dr’s used the colloidal silver to treat him, and with great success. I have also been using cortisone cream on my hands for quite some time, but after taking colloidal silver 3 times a day for only a week my skin is healing up remarkably. Needless to say it must be killing off the candida albicans.

 Colleen in Australia