Mama MO’s thoughts based on my background as an organic chemist, pharmaceutical chemist, and pharmaceutical researcher is that Colloidal Silver is not my first choice in treatment of ailments as it is commonly used in both humans and animals. I would CAUTION about any oral or occular use of Colloidal Silver, thus I would recommend not using it in areas where the dog can lick it.
While there are no FDA approved studies showing the health benefits of Colloidal Silver when taken orally, there is some indication of benefits when used appropriately used topically.
I do keep a bottle of this handy, however I use sparingly and only when it can NOT be LICKED or injested.
Colloidal Silver 4oz
Colloidal Silver 31.5 PPM .999 Pure Silver 100% Distilled Water Wonder what makes Colloidal Silver work? This product works by disabling the enzyme that metabolizes oxygen in bacteria, viruses, and fungi. When these toxins are deprived of oxygen they suffocate and die. Colloidal Silver only has this effect on pathogenic cells, leaving healthy cells alone. Why Use Colloidal Silver?
First, it is a natural antibiotic, anti viral, and antifungal. Secondly, bacteria that has become immune to antibiotics has no immunity to colloidal silver. And Last but not least, the silver is in colloidal form and is easily absorbed by the body. The silver particles are suspended and made so tiny that they can pass through skin membranes. What is it good for? Colloidal silver can actually kill over 650 bacteria, fungi, parasites, and molds that have the potential to sprout diseases. As well as help heal Hot Spots, burns, cuts, rashes, acne and much more. Directions: Apply freely, by spraying topically to desired areas several times a day.
Pure Paws Ear Cleaner is formulated to safely clean your dog’s or cat’s ears. Good routine ear care is important for your pet’s health. Weekly inspections and a quick clean will alleviate future ear problems. When inspecting your pet’s ears a light brown wax in the ear is ok, but black red or infected-looking discharge or a foul odor can indicate a problem that you should bring to the attention of your vet.