Analysis Of History Connected To The Use Of Colloidal Silver

Publié par hamza lion mercredi 29 avril 2015

By Stella Gay


History has shown that the rich outlived the poor in large numbers during the Bubonic Plague, and many believe it was due to the fact that their food and drink was always served in silver goblets and bowls. While modern medical professionals will not admit openly that this is true, a detailed look at history reveals the fact. Those who follow a more traditional system of health maintenance stand firm in their belief that this is just more proof that there are health benefits to colloidal silver.

History has often cited that the aristocracy lived in larger numbers due to better nutrition and cleanliness. The fact of the matter is that even the very wealthiest in society had to be wary of accusations of witchcraft. Housecats who would have killed the flea-ridden mice who spread this disease were killed on-sight, and bathing was regarded as sinful vanity and viewed with suspicion.

Their clothing was often much cleaner than their bodies. People at this time had gotten the notion that lice were good luck, and fleas in the bed kept one from having impure thoughts. Leave it to fundamentalist Christianity to bring about a dark age of ignorance, paranoia, and overall backwards thinking.

Early Renaissance-era people might have made the connection between using silver dinnerware and the maintenance of good health. Such things were probably written about, but these writings would have been the victim of fires lit by Christian soldiers at museums and libraries of old. The habit of eating and drinking from sterling most likely continued strictly out of habit.

Wealthy people did die of the Plague in large numbers, but the percentage of wealthy to poor who survived was large. Not only was it the one-percenters of their time, but Nuns and monks also had the benefit of eating and drinking from silver, and they survived in larger percentages as well even though they were the ones who tended to the sick. With that much exposure, one must research what it was that they were doing different.

In recent years more attention has been paid to the science behind the survivability, and there is no doubt that it points to the use of sterling as an eating and drinking receptacle. Turns out, sterling in microscopic doses has antibacterial as well as antiviral and antifungal properties. This makes it possibly the most effective preventative medicine ever used.

Only small snippets of research ever gets conducted on such homeopathic remedies, and then only through a small group with little to no funding available. Pharmaceutical companies do not wish to have such a universal remedy available to the populace, as it could make so many of their pills obsolete. If there is any serious research being conducted, it is certainly news.

The fact is, these attributes are well-established even if they are not accepted openly by any official source. There is little doubt that the pharmaceutical companies themselves probably have something in store as far as research is concerned, for they must be able to synthesize sterling as well as create a monitoring of the dose to make sure the public does not get too healthy. If they do, in fact, find a way to synthesize sterling, they will have either shut Pandora back in a box, or opened several cans of worms.




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Analysis Of History Connected To The Use Of Colloidal Silver

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By Stella Gay


History has shown that the rich outlived the poor in large numbers during the Bubonic Plague, and many believe it was due to the fact that their food and drink was always served in silver goblets and bowls. While modern medical professionals will not admit openly that this is true, a detailed look at history reveals the fact. Those who follow a more traditional system of health maintenance stand firm in their belief that this is just more proof that there are health benefits to colloidal silver.

History has often cited that the aristocracy lived in larger numbers due to better nutrition and cleanliness. The fact of the matter is that even the very wealthiest in society had to be wary of accusations of witchcraft. Housecats who would have killed the flea-ridden mice who spread this disease were killed on-sight, and bathing was regarded as sinful vanity and viewed with suspicion.

Their clothing was often much cleaner than their bodies. People at this time had gotten the notion that lice were good luck, and fleas in the bed kept one from having impure thoughts. Leave it to fundamentalist Christianity to bring about a dark age of ignorance, paranoia, and overall backwards thinking.

Early Renaissance-era people might have made the connection between using silver dinnerware and the maintenance of good health. Such things were probably written about, but these writings would have been the victim of fires lit by Christian soldiers at museums and libraries of old. The habit of eating and drinking from sterling most likely continued strictly out of habit.

Wealthy people did die of the Plague in large numbers, but the percentage of wealthy to poor who survived was large. Not only was it the one-percenters of their time, but Nuns and monks also had the benefit of eating and drinking from silver, and they survived in larger percentages as well even though they were the ones who tended to the sick. With that much exposure, one must research what it was that they were doing different.

In recent years more attention has been paid to the science behind the survivability, and there is no doubt that it points to the use of sterling as an eating and drinking receptacle. Turns out, sterling in microscopic doses has antibacterial as well as antiviral and antifungal properties. This makes it possibly the most effective preventative medicine ever used.

Only small snippets of research ever gets conducted on such homeopathic remedies, and then only through a small group with little to no funding available. Pharmaceutical companies do not wish to have such a universal remedy available to the populace, as it could make so many of their pills obsolete. If there is any serious research being conducted, it is certainly news.

The fact is, these attributes are well-established even if they are not accepted openly by any official source. There is little doubt that the pharmaceutical companies themselves probably have something in store as far as research is concerned, for they must be able to synthesize sterling as well as create a monitoring of the dose to make sure the public does not get too healthy. If they do, in fact, find a way to synthesize sterling, they will have either shut Pandora back in a box, or opened several cans of worms.




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