Colloidal Silver, A Trusted, Proven Remedy Has Been Banned in Europe

The age old natural remedy of tiny silver ions and particles (traditionally called “colloidal silver”) has been officially banned in The European Union through Codex Alimentarius. As of the first day of the new year, colloidal silver can no longer be sold as a dietary or nutritional supplement in health food stores within The European Union.

Is the United States next?
Pure silver and it’s various compounds have been used as a natural anti-bacterial element since the dawn of time. There has been endless research spanning well over the past 100 years concerning silver as a proven anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic and anti-pathogenic natural element of the Earth.

When pure silver is divided into nano-sized particles and ions, silver (being a transition metal) chemically assists the process of “oxidation”, which in effect directly and indirectly works against pathogenic media.

Silver (in low and safe concentrations) has virtually no toxicity nor side effects. Common metals that we consume daily in our foods and nutritional supplements are iron, copper, nickel, chromium, calcium, zinc, selenium, boron, vanadium, cobalt, etc. Our bodies are designed to use and transport metals effectively through ion channels and other pathways where metals enhance our cells, health and vitality.

Now that The Europe Union has been targeted against the sale of colloidal silver supplements, we see the immediate need to prepare for the same fate to arrive in the United States. Having the ability to create colloidal silver solutions in the comfort and privacy of our home becomes an immediate concern.

There is a strong chance that silver generating devices could fall under this ruling at a future time but no such laws or regulations have been made public yet. If you are outside of the United States, there could not be a better time to protect yourself against the Codex Alimentarius “agenda” than now.

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