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a plata coloidal es un antibiótico natural compuesto por partículas extremadamente pequeñas de iones de plata cargadas eléctricamente suspendidos en agua destilada. Plata, como mineral, se ha utilizado ampliamente durante miles de años y a lo largo de la historia para una variedad de propósitos médicos, y ahora con la nanotecnología para producir partículas que van desde 0,01 nanómetros a. 0001 micras de diámetro. La plata coloidal es considerada uno de los más poderosos y fácilmente absorbibles antibióticos disponibles en el mercado hoy.

Mucho antes que el desarrollo de fármacos modernos, la Plata fue empleada como un germicida y sus facultades médicas, conservadoras y restauradoras pueden rastrearse ya en los antiguos imperios griegos y romanos. Tenga en cuenta estos datos de interés: • Los griegos utilizaron vasos de plata para mantener fresca el agua y otros líquidos

• El Imperio Romano almaceno vino en urnas de plata para evitar su deterioro

• En la medicina ayurvédica, plata se ha utilizado en pequeñas cantidades como un tónico, elixir o agente rejuvenecedor para pacientes debilitados por la edad o enfermedad • El uso de plata es mencionado en antiguos escritos egipcios

• En el medievo, los ricos utilizaban vajillas de plata, vasos y utensilios para comer protegiendolos de las plagas.

• Emperadores chinos y su corte comían con palillos de plata

• Inclusive los Druidas dejaron evidencia del uso de la plata para evitar el crecimiento de las bacterias

• Pioneros y colonos colocaron cubiertos o monedas de plata en su agua o leche para mantenerlo fresco

• Las laminas de plata fueron utilizadas en pequenas cantidades para combatir la infección en las heridas sufridas por las tropas durante la Primera Guerra Mundial ademas de su uso para suturar heridas de tipo quirúrgicas muy correctamente Según revistas médicas y de investigación de…...

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