The Spiral Ladder

Climb over the Wall

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

In keeping with the spirit of the Psyclone project, here then is some more information to protect you and yours, and release you from an unhealthy dependence on ‘them’.

From The Centre of the Psyclone

Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

The following is an entry in the appendix of Psyclone:

Silver is a natural antibiotic and one of the oldest remedies in the world. It is non-toxic, non-addictive, free of ‘side effects’, and doesn’t damage the immune system. In its colloidal form (micro particles held in suspension by electrostatic charge in purified water) it kills over 600 organisms as compared to the 6 or 7 of conventional antibiotics. In addition to that, bacteria are unable to develop a resistance to it, unlike conventional antibiotics. As well as dealing with infection, silver helps human tissue regrow when used in burn therapy. It also stimulates bone-forming cells. Colloidal silver is not a controlled drug and is classified as a food supplement, and is therefore not part of Big Pharma’s monopoly. Indeed, it poses a threat to their lucrative trade. Unsurprisingly then it’s generally labelled a poison by mainstream medicine and demonised whenever possible, as are most other effective alternative medicines and therapies.


UK Colloidal Silver has one of the most balanced and informative colloidal silver sites on the Web (see their Research and FAQs sections) and produces one of the (in my opinion) best colloids on the market.


Those interested in making colloidal silver themselves will find a link to a relevant site in the appendix of Psyclone.


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