Nebulizing Colloidal Silver

Ultrasonic Nebulizer Whenever I experience respiratory issues, the first thing I reach for is my nebulizer and colloidal silver. Nebulizing Colloidal Silver using this little handheld, lightweight device turns colloidal silver into a vapor that can safely be inhaled into the lungs. The results are absolutely amazing!

The nebulizer I use, which can be found at http://mountainwellbeing.com/shop/ultrasonic-nebulizer, holds approximately 5-6 dropperfuls of colloidal silver which is about one teaspoon. With the nebulizer on the high setting, this will produce about 5 minutes of vapor. Normally, one session will be all I need if I begin using it at the very first sign of respiratory issues. In more severe cases, I may nebulize 2-3 times spread throughout the day.

As an added benefit, nebulizing colloidal silver is the quickest way to get colloidal silver into the bloodstream, because it bypasses the digestive system and goes straight into the bloodstream via the lungs. While this can be a good thing, especially in an emergency situation, I recommend that people only use colloidal silver in a nebulizer as needed. There have been safety studies that prove nebulizing colloidal silver is safe for the short term (up to one month), but there are limited long term safety studies.

Some people ask if they can use an essential oil diffuser or an ultrasonic humidifier. I do not recommend either of these options. First of all, you don’t want to take the chance of inhaling essential oil residue from a diffuser directly into your lungs. And although the nebulizer works in the same way as an ultrasonic humidifier, the nebulizer is designed specifically for use with the lungs, and puts out a small enough volume of vapor to be safe for the lungs. Using a humidifier could deliver too much vapor to the lungs and be unsafe.

While traveling recently, my lungs started to feel “junky” from some kind of airborne pathogen and I was wishing so much that I had my nebulizer with me. I tried spraying colloidal silver from an atomizer spray bottle into my mouth while simultaneously inhaling the spray, but it didn’t really work. I would have given anything to have had my nebulizer at that moment. Nothing compares to the effectiveness of using a high quality nebulizer with high quality colloidal silver when the lungs need support.

If you’ve had success nebulizing colloidal silver, please share your stories with us as it will benefit others!