Silver via Nebulizers
Medical Grade Nebulizers are an excellent way to deliver potentially life saving medication directly into the bloodstream via the lungs, eliminating the need for a drug to be metabolized via the digestive system. This article focuses on exploring the prevalent viewpoints on nebulizing with colloidal silver. Ideas behind the use of silver with ultrasonic nebulizers, oxygen nebulizers, and humidifiers are explored for the treatment of lung infections and sinus infections, and provides a basis for using a nebulizer as an alternative delivery method for the general use of colloidal silver.
In addition, users have found nebulizing silver effect for reducing symptoms of allergies and in some cases, asthma. While utilizing a true medical grade oxygen nebulizer is the best possible method, a more affordable and convenient alternative is a good quality ultrasonic, portable, hand held nebulizer.However, on our site we also present a "do it yourself" tutorial on constructing a medical grade oxygen nebulizer for those who feel they need to use oxygen but are not able to obtain one from the medical community.
Please note (for some strange reason that we cannot fathom) that many manufactures of ultrasonic nebulizers apparently do not realize that there is no difference between nebulizing medication and colloidal silver. All ultrasonic models that we've tested have no problem delivering silver ions and minute silver particles successfully into the lungs.
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Dr. Farinha's laboratory testing confirmed the direct antimicrobal effect of silver against Staph, Candida and Psuedomonas. Read the details: Silver effective against pathogenic organisms, and explore how silver can, via direct contact, reduce bacterial population counts from over ten million copies to undetectable in under four minutes.
Nebulizing Colloidal Silver
Delivering colloidal silver directly into the lungs, and thus into the lung tissues and bloodstream, is a highly effective way to use colloidal silver. By bypassing the digestive system, some believe that a greater amount of colloidal silver can be delivered into the body. Furthermore, by using a high quality nebulizer, one can be relatively certain than only the smallest particles ( and ions ) reach the lungs. Larger particles that may be in the initial solution are too heavy to be carried by the fine mist a nebulizer generates.
Using an oxygen nebulizer should be considered an experimental protocol. In cases of severe lung infections, extreme CAUTION must be employed. In such a case, if the nebulizer is used properly and the colloidal silver carrying mist reaches the infected tissues, the effect can be almost immediate and quite dramatic. One should realize that there is an incredible difference in using an oxygen nebulizer with healthy lungs as compared to infected lungs. If an individual is incredibly weak due to a severe lung condition to the point that breathing is laborious, do NOT use a colloidal silver oxygen nebulizer or humidifier without a fully qualified medical staff present ( in fact, it is recommended to never use a humidifier in this case because the volume and density of the mist is much greater than that of a nebulizer ) unless there simply is no other choice. It is possible that the first treatment could arrest the breathing of the individual being treated.
Ideally, pure oxygen should be used with a nebulizer. In order for the colloidal silver to be properly atomized with a pressure driven device, 20 - 35 psi should be employed. With adjustable nebulizer heads ( such as the one in the construction tutorial to follow ), one should always start out with the finest mist possible. The mist should not be visible, yet a slight moisture should be detectable if one "mists" one's hand.
The amount of colloidal silver to use on a daily dose basis is undetermined. Tentatively, one full dose is 1/2 to 1 fluid ounce. However, this dose in some cases is spread throughout the day, or might even last a few days, depending on the need. In other cases, as in lung infections which are not severe yet have become chronic, a dosage philosophy might vary. The following examples illustrate different ideas:
Remember, colloidal silver nebulizer use is extremely experimental. Always err on the side of caution!
Treaments using Nebulizers
The way colloidal silver users calculate dosage methods/levels is quite varied, and built around several central ideas. It should be noted that while colloidal silver use is quite widespread, there are no standardized formulas due to the fact that no conclusive research has been conducted that demonstrates an ideal ( or effective ) dose for any condition. However, every "dosage philosophy" addresses one or more of the following issues:
Further Notes on Lung Infections
If the choice is made to treat lung infections via a colloidal silver nebulizer or a humidifier, please consider the following thoughts:
With a serious lung infection, using a colloidal silver nebulizer can be quite painful at first. Since many infections either start or remain in the far reaches ( bottom ) of the lung's lobes, it can be difficult to breath deeply enough to deliver the colloidal silver to the infection site. However, for the treatment to be as successful as possible, it is imperative that the fine mist reach the actual location of the infection. As in all colloidal silver use, if the colloidal silver is not able to reach the site of the infection, it will be largely ineffective.
Conditions in the lungs are actually closer to an external environment than an internal one as far as colloidal silver use is concerned. There is no osmotic pressure to regulate fluid dynamics; the colloidal silver must meet and penetrate an infection exactly as if it were applied to a surface. Broncial infections are point and case to the principles in operation. Laxidazical use of colloidal silver via a nebulizer often results in very little change to the condition if the immune system is not succesfully responding. The error made in treatment is over-extended periods of rest between usage. The bronchial tubes will not maintain the "coating" of colloidal silver for long, and the silver must be in direct contact with the infection in sufficient enough concentration to be effective. The concentration in this case is most likely far more critical than when colloidal silver is used internally, because the exterior condition of the lungs are not precisely regulated.
Proper breathing is an excellent step toward successful nebulizer use. Breathing in slowly allows the colloidal silver to coat the lungs with enough left over to travel into the deeper reaches of the lungs. Breathing from the diaphragm allows one to both completely fill and completely empty the lungs. This can be uncomfortable when an infection is present, but is highly beneficial. In fact, practice in breathing excercises such as pranayama CAN make a big difference in the outcome of treatment in the most severe and deep lung infections.
Many times, a "new" lung infection will clear up VERY rapidly, within hours, if nebulizer use is begun promptly at the onset of symptoms and the body's immune system response is strong. However, in some situations one may find that the immune system is completely unresponsive for any number of reasons. In these cases there will be no fever, no loss of appetite, and sometimes no coughing response.
To a greater or lesser extent, this is the case with long term chronic chest colds, where the body's immune system has de-prioritized its response to the infection. Infections such as these tend to be cyclic, with periods where the infection appears to be gone. These infections need a well thought out protocol. Since the immune system response is either reduced or not present, occasional doses would only slightly effect the infection as a whole. Keep in mind that the colloidal silver will only effect the infection it reaches. In four hours time, it is not unreasonable to assume that if the immune system has not responded, the infection will have repopulated. In such a case, the colloidal silver is only reaching the same areas over and over again. Using a small amount of colloidal silver every five to fifteen minutes to tolerance, then pausing for a few hours is a suggested approach.
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Any time the immune system fails to respond in any condition, and colloidal silver is used as the primary treatment method, the colloidal silver must completely take over the immune system role of "killing" an infection. This usually requires dosage levels that are increasingly high as compared to other circumstances, although the ideal approach would be to increase the frequency of use, not necessarily the amount of colloidal silver used each time. If such an infection begins to clear through sustained use, the body's immune system should eventually jump-start. One will notice an aching feeling throughout the body, and perhaps start running a temperature. This is a sure sign that immune system has reinitiated a strong response. If the response to the colloidal silver has not been too strong, then one may continue using it until all symptoms of the infection subside.
Ultrasonic Humidifiers & Nebulizers
An oxygen nebulizer on the whole has proven to be more effective than a regular nebulizer or humidifier. Whether this is due to the pure oxygen used, the density of the mist, or the pressure by which the colloidal silver is delivered is unknown. An ultrasonic nebulizer is the preferred alternate choice ( Omron makes an excellent model ).
This by no means is meant to imply that a humidifier is NOT effective. The greatest consideration in using a humidifier as opposed to an oxygen nebulizer is the cost of the unit and the cost of using the unit. With a humidifier, one does not need to purchase oxygen, and the cost of a good ultrasonic humidifier is under thirty dollars.
Some people believe, however, that because the mist from a humidifier is so thick, it is better than a nebulizer. However, the exact opposite is true. Humidifiers do a very poor job of atomizing the CS. The best nebulizers create a "mist" that is barely visible, which means that the 'medication' is being completely atomized.
Tip: See our tutorial on building an oxygen nebulizer.
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