Here’s an anecdotal story. It’s related to pfs because there’s a disease going around right now and ppl with preexisting conditions are more at risk. I don’t know if it applies to pfs but some may find this post interesting nonetheless.
My wife and I have had sore, dry throats with mucus at the very bottom for about 20 days.
Unrelated, I also have been having fungus eruptions whenever I would drink milk for the last 30 years. I treat those with ketoconazole cream and shampoos. (yes, I know, it’s 5ari).
So, I’m doing my researches as usual but I shifted from repairing epigenetic damage to how to cure viral pneumonia (try to guess why?).
I found that zinc ions are having an effect on the current circulating viral bug (the one with spikes). Being curious, I’m researching which other metals are both killing viruses and non damaging to human cells. I get iodine and silver (although iodine is an halogen, not a metal).
Both have factual researches on how they can kill bacteria. But can they kill fungi and viruses ?
I read Zinc, along with hydroxychloroquine phosphate (or simply chloroquine) and azithromycin (an antibiotic) enable the zinc to enter the spiked viral bug and then the zinc attaches itself to the RNA of the bug and disable it’s ability to copy itself. This is now the official US and Chinese treatment for the bug. Other countries will follow.
Iodine apparently kill all bacteria, fungi and viruses. It also makes people sick in no so large doses and kills them in moderately large dose. Might be destabilizing for ppl with pfs. Nonetheless, it’s effective.
There a research done in test tubes showing HIV viruses being deactivated by silver ions and unable to bond with human cells, their binding proteins clogged with silver. No peer review. Apparently no pharmaceuticals can patent any of this, silver is an element so it’s in the public domain. No money to make, no funds goes to research.
Vendors of colloidal silver claim it kills bacteria, viruses and fungi. Should I believe that ? Let’s test it.
Apparently, unless you make by yourself a supercharged, super concentrated version of it (like 100000 PPM, 1 gallon) and drink it all in one shot, the only side effect of colloidal silver is you can permanently turn blue. That’s if you take, say, 300 ml of 50PPM solution a day for 25 years. It seems to be the only side effect, but there might be more I don’t know.
So I get myself 2 bottles of colloidal silver at 25 PPM and 15 PPM, along with a nebulizer, which is a medical device that allows to breath a medication by turning it into a mist and inhaling it.
I nebulized 3 ml of the 15PPM solution once and took 4 ml of the 25PPM solution everyday for for a week. Results: the dry throat with mucus is gone along with an unsuspected side effect: I’ve been drinking milk for over a month and suddenly I don’t get fungi eruptions anymore. The results were quite fast, for the throat I could noticeably feel it getting better over the course of 1 hour. However, it would return the next day with milder symptoms. I guess if I stop, the throat will get sore and dry and fungus will reappear but I haven’t done that so I don’t know. Now the throat is fine and I continue to take 4 ml of a 10PPM colloidal silver solution per day as prevention. I read somewhere that 1 PPM in water usually makes the water bacteria free. Don’t know if it’s true. Similar doses of iodine also make water bacteria free (and of course chlorine, but would you take some as a supplement?)
At the same time, my wife, not believing in what appears to be snake oil medicine (and I agree that’s what it looks like) refuses to take any and got worst over the last week. We’re now seeking medical help for her and tomorrow will test her for the bug.
So what do you make of this anecdote ? Is it a placebo, a coincidence or could there be some truth, maybe just a little, to the claims of the vendors ?
If you make a youtube search, you will find countless testimonies with lots of anecdotal, before and after, stories.
Facts: before 1950, colloidal silver and ionized silver has been on the first line for the doctors to use against bacteria, fungus and viruses. Grandma’s remedies judging from the timeline. It’s been used for over 3500 years, dating back to the Greeks, although they didn’t ionized it, they just used silver containers, spoons, forks and knifes to prevent bacteria (hence the expression being fed with a silver spoon).
It went out of use when pharmaceuticals introduced antibiotics, anti-fungus and vaccines but silver is gaining popularity in hospital again today for its anti-bacterial properties, in bandages for example.
So I don’t know. Is it a placebo effect ? In my particular case I don’t care. I can now drink milk without having to use ketoconazole which is bad for pfs, plus my throat is fine.
What do you think?
Please share your comments, positive or negative. I’d like to hear from both sides.