by Babu G. Ranganathan
The best defense against swine flu, or any flu, is the age old remedy of colloidal silver. The metal silve r in its colloidal state can be safely consumed and used in the body. Bacteria and viruses cannot develop resistance to colloidal silver. Silver disables a vital enzyme and mechanism in all bacteria and pathogens so that they cannot survive. It is good to take a few teas poons of colloidal silver daily to maintain health. More coll oidal silver should be taken if experiencing illness.
Colloidal silver was used by the medical profession well into the 1930's. However, it was expensive to produce and afford, especially at that time, and pharmaceutical companies invented alternatives (i.e. anti-biotics) to colloidal silver which were cheaper to make and sell. However, now many germs have developed immunity and resistance to anti-biotics.
There is, at present, no sure vaccine for swine flu and the fact that the swine flu strain is a hybrid of strains from various species complicates the matter considerably.
If you do take colloidal silver make sure you also consume yogurt on a regular basis because the colloidal silver will also destroy the good bacteria in the intestines.
There are various companies making colloidal silver and the quality of the colloidal silver may differ from company to company.
I do not have a business interest or connection with any company making colloidal silver, but I am personally using colloidal silver from Utopia Silver. Their website may be accessed here.
The best article I have read on the subject of colloidal silver may be accessed at this website. This site is very informative about colloidal silver and how and when to take it.
The author, Babu G. Ranganathan, has his B.A. with concentrations in theology and biology and has been recognized for his writings on religion and science in the 24th edition of Marquis "Who's Who In The East". The author's Internet articles may be accessed at: Babu G. Ranganathan's Articles on Religion and Science.
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