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What do We Know About Colloidal Silver?

Dr. Clark. This article was taken (shortened and altered) from the Dr. Clark Newsletter for practitioners, ‘Finding the Way’, by courtesy of the editor, Clinical Nutritionist and practitioner Christine Doyle, PO Box 33, Carmarthen SA33 6YE, UK, Tel/Fax +44-1994-484 682.

The 1994 issue of “Newsweek” featured a six page article, “Antibiotics, The End of Miracle Drugs?” as the cover story. “The rise of drug-resistant germs is unparalleled in recorded history”, according to the article. “Penicillin and tetracycline lost their power over staph back in the 1950’s and 60’s. Another antibiotic, methicillin, provided a backup for a while, but methicillin-resistant staph is now common in hospitals and nursing homes worldwide. Trying to cripple bacteria’s defenses will not do much more than buy us five to ten years. A better strategy might be to abandon antibiotics altogether in favor of different kinds of drugs.” Not a very pretty picture: bacteria have a tremendous ability to adapt to substances, they can and do mutate to overcome antibiotics. When the antibiotics destroy the bacteria which are suseptible to them, they can clear the way for resistant bacteria to move in uninhibited.

Still another problem that has plagued the medical profession from the beginning with modern antibiotics has been that beneficial bacteria and organisms play various important, natural functions in the body. Antibiotics often play havoc with some of thee friendly organisms, producing long lasting side effects that may be difficult to correct.

One reason that the antibiotics have been so popular in the medical field is due to the fact that they can be patented. Therefore, the pharmaceutical companies find it financially worthwhile to keep the doctors educated in their medicines, while other products go unnoticed. Silver, on the other hand, is not patentable and there are no huge profits in it, so it is not worth heavy promotion. The high-priced products run over the low cost products, simply because profitable.

All of this is happening at the same time that disease bacteria are developing immunity to antibiotics all over the world. The medical profession is alarmed.

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