History - It wasn't until the early 1900s that researchers figured out how to attach small particles of silver to proteins, thereby allowing the formation of a true Colloidal Silver with a practically indefinite shelf life. This was an invention, that some people view, to be as big as the invention of penicillin. By the 1940s the discovery of antibiotics put this useful potion on the back-shelf but it has enjoyed a revival since the 1990s as more and more people search for alternatives to antibiotics for more minor problems. Colloidal silver can be used in the treatment of a huge range of problems and is beneficial to both humans and animals alike.
Animals can benefit from colloidal silver in a number of ways.
Cuts, bites, stings, spots, grazes and scrapes - Eyes (use liquid to clean NOT Gel) - Ears (cleaning, cuts, scratches) - Dental Issues - Tummy Upsets (add to water) - Paws - Folds - Tail Pockets and much more
A ‘must have’ for any animals first aid kit