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Colloidal Silver vs. Viral pneumonia
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Pneumonia is actually a general term for a number
of conditions in which an infection or chemical inflames
the air sacs of the lungs. They fill with liquid or
pus, which interferes with the lungs' ability to
transfer oxygen to the blood.
Before the invention of antibiotics in the 1930s,
pneumonia was a leading cause of death. Today it's very
treatable, but remains a public health problem.
At least 30 different infectious organisms have been
identified in people with pneumonia. There are four
- bacterial - the most common; controlled
- viral - often responsible for pneumonia in
- mycoplasma - organisms, usually fungi,
which cause milder infections
- parasitic - a threat to people with
vulnerable immune systems
Approximately 15 in 1000 people develop viral
pneumonia each year in North America. Pneumonia rarely
causes serious complications for healthy people under 65
years of age. Bacterial pneumonia can attack anyone,
regardless of age. People who suffer from chronic
respiratory diseases, or who have compromised immune
systems, are generally at greater risk for developing
Many of the organisms that can cause pneumonia are
associated with other diseases. Infection with Mycobacterium
tuberculosis, for example, can cause tuberculosis.
Most types of pneumonia are transmitted in the
same way as influenza or the common cold - by
people's hands and by tiny droplets from their mouths
and noses. In fact, the same viruses that cause colds
and the flu can cause pneumonia. If they infect the
throat, sinuses, and upper respiratory tract, they cause
a cold. If they reach the lungs, they cause pneumonia.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is the most
common cause of pneumonia in infants and young children.
It peaks sharply around December and January and isn't a
life-threatening disease. Viruses cause about half of
all cases of pneumonia.
Bacteria that live permanently in many peoples'
throats cause some of the more severe types of
pneumonia. Normally, the immune system keeps them in
check. If someone is weakened by a throat virus, these
bacteria can trickle down into the respiratory tract.
Bacterial pneumonia is most often caused by bacteria
from the streptococcal and pneumococcal
A fungal parasite called Pneumocystis carinii
is usually seen only in people with AIDS. This fungus is
normally harmless, but a pneumonia caused by this
organism is often the first clear sign of AIDS in
HIV-infected people, who have weak immune systems.
Mycoplasma causes the illness called "walking
pneumonia," so-called because people who have it
are not confined to bed.
As well from as infectious diseases, people can
get pneumonia from chemicals that enter the lungs and
inflame them. Aspiration pneumonia is caused by
accidentally inhaling food, vomit, or digestive acid
into the lungs. The inhaled substance may become
infected, or it may inflame the lungs and cause them to
consolidate (fill with liquid).
A person has a higher risk of pneumonia who:
- is under 1 year of age or over the age of 65
- has a cold or flu
- has a weak immune system due to cancer therapy,
HIV infection, or other disease
- is undergoing surgery
- has a chronic illness such as heart disease, lung
disease, or diabetes
- has a problem with alcohol abuse
Pneumonia always causes a cough, which often
produces sputum. Red-brown, green, or yellow sputum
may be a sign of bacterial infection. Thin whitish
sputum is a possible indicator of mycoplasma.
In bacterial pneumonia, all or part of the
lungs slowly fill with liquid in a process called
consolidation. Some bacterial lung infections develop
over just a few hours. There's usually a high fever,
sometimes going up to 105°F (40.9°C). Other possible
- shortness of breath
- delirium (confusion)
- severe bad breath
- muscle pain
- chest pain, especially when breathing deeply
- blue lips and nailbeds from lack of oxygen in the
Viral pneumonias don't actually cause the
lungs to fill with liquid, and they're usually milder
than bacterial infections. An exception is the influenza
virus, which can be very serious. Typically, viral
pneumonia causes these symptoms:
- dry cough
- minimal sputum
- muscle pain
- weakness and fatigue
- moderate fever, up to about 102°F (39°C)
- shortness of breath
- blue lips and nailbeds
I've been wearing the silver shield ever since
``Spirit`` led me to making Colloidal Silver. I`ve used
this wonderful product on from viral pneumonia to
ear and eye infections (conjunctivitis) to
detoxification of the colon. But the story I want to
relate might differ from the usual testimonial. I have
this beautiful cocker spaniel bitch that does everything
but talk. Needless to say the whole family loves her.
This spring while she had her batch of pups she
contracted Parvo. When I got home she was well into her
symptoms which included dehydration and swelling of the
throat and she was shaking terribly from shock. I took a
turkey baster and I put about 2 oz. of colloidal silver
down her throat ,past the swelling. After about a half
hour she was able to drink another four ounces with some
water by herself. The next morning she was visibly
better. After giving her another 2 oz she went to feed
her pups. Right away I knew that she would be giving
them her acquired immunity to the dis-ease. By 10:00AM
she was able to accompany me on her walk. Within a
couple of days she showed no signs of the illness at
all. For the price of a few batteries, distilled water
and some pure silver I`m able to offer me and my people
real protection during the coming earth changes. When
you get a chance check it out on sunburns to. Thanks to
all those people who have fought Goliath to bring us
this wonderful gift.
Yours Denis Gervais