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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 todo el mundo, la plata coloidal es un poderoso antibiótico de amplio espectro que desactiva la enzima que todos los organismos unicelulares como bacterias, hongos y virus usan para su metabolismo del oxígeno, causando su asfixisia en seis minutos o menos entrando en contacto.

Formas de organismos polimorfos o mutantes son igualmente vulnerables. La plata coloidal actúa tan rápido, que los agentes patógenos causantes de la enfermedad no tienen tiempo para mutar en una cepa resistente. De hecho, hasta la fecha, ningún agente patógeno o cepa, ha sido conocido por mutar y desarrollar resistencia a la Plata.

La mayoría de los antibióticos recetados matan sólo unos cuantos diferentes organismos causantes de enfermedades, pero la plata coloidal es conocida por ser exitoso contra más de 650 enfermedades.

La plata coloidal no destruye o daña alguna de las enzimas esenciales del cuerpo al igual que muchos otros antibióticos. Durante la década de 1930, se introdujeron sintéticamente manufacturados medicamentos antibióticos. La emoción de la nuevas ‘medicinas maravilla’ combinado con la industria impulsada por las ganancias, rápidamente domino la simplicidad de los tratamientos naturales y la plata perdió su estatus ante los antibióticos modernos. También aparecieron publicidades de tipo negativa sobre la plata medicinal debido al uso excesivo de ciertos tipos de compuestos de plata unida a las proteínas, causando una decoloración de la piel llamada Argiria y una fuente de plata mal preparada e inestable. Hasta ese momento, la plata coloidal fue ampliamente utilizada en hospitales y fue conocida como un bactericida muy eficaz por lo menos durante 1200 años. Algunos de los usos de plata en la medicina convencional que sobrevivieron incluyen la aplicación de un diluido de nitrato de plata en los ojos de los bebés recién nacidos para proteger de la infección, y el uso de Silvadine, una base de plata usado en muchas quemaduras para eliminar la infección. También se ha utilizado para purificar el agua, curaciones de heridas, la prevención y tratamiento de infecciones, higiene dental (la prevención y corrección de la piorrea, gingivitis y mal aliento) y otras complicaciones infecciosas.

Ahora, con los últimos avances en ingeniería química y electromagnética, combinada con la resistencia que han desarrollado organismos de enfermedades hacia los antibióticos farmacéuticos cada vez más fuertes y perjudiciales, el interés por la plata colloidal ha resurgido. La nanotecnología patentada que Amazona Herbals utiliza para hacer su plata colloidal, produce iones de plata de la más pura calidad y dimensiones más pequeñas para que sea más fácil su absorción inmediata y efectiva. Los coloides producidos químicamente son inferiores, inclusive los coloides elaborados a partir de electrólisis han añadido proteínas de estabilidad.

Amazona Herbals ofrece plata coloidal pura, al mejor precio y con la mayor eficacia. El tamaño de la partícula de plata, es un factor crucial en la producción de plata coloidal. En un “verdadero” coloide, las partículas de plata son tan pequeñas que son animados por lo que se conoce como el movimiento Browniano y están habilitadas para permanecer indefinidamente en suspensión en un medio líquido. Utilizando la nanotecnología desarrollada en los últimos años por el cientifico, el Dr. Neville Solomon, específicamente para plata coloidal iónica con fines de investigación médica, Amazona Herbals produce una plata coloidal que no necesita proteínas comunes en otras marcas, estabilizadoras ni productos químicos, y la concentración de iones de plata es tan alta que incluso una dilución de 10 veces es todavía dos veces tan eficaz como cualquier otro competidor.

Nunca se han presentado efectos secundarios negativos; ni el cuerpo crea una resistencia a ella. No es adictiva, hipoalergénica, y no existen casos conocidos de interacción negativa con ella. Es insípido, inodoro, no tóxico y seguro para mujeres embarazadas y lactantes. Entre las funciones de la plata coloidal encontramos que apoya a el sistema de defensa natural del cuerpo. El agotamiento de los minerales en nuestro suelo nos ha dejado deficiente de este mineral tan esencial, causando un drástico incremento en desórdenes del sistema inmunológico en nuestra sociedad en las últimas dos décadas. Investigaciones han demostrado que personas con ingesta inadecuada de plata son más propensas a la enfermedad, lo que indica una fuerte correlación entre la plata y el buen funcionamiento del sistema de defensa natural del cuerpo. Aunque la lista de enfermedades sería muy larga, hay registros que indican que la plata coloidal ha sido utilizada con éxito contra: acné, alergias, apendicitis, artritis, parásitos de la sangre, quemaduras, cáncer, cólera, conjuntivitis, diabetes, gonorrea, fiebre del heno, herpes, laringitis, lepra, leucemia, lupus, Linfangitis, enfermedad de Lyme, malaria, meningitis, infecciones parasitarias (virus u hongos), neumonía, reumatismo, tiña, escarlatina, condiciones sépticas de los ojos, orejas, boca y garganta, herpes zoster, cáncer de piel, infecciones por estafilococos, infecciones por estreptococos, sífilis, toxemia, todas las formas de virus, verrugas y úlceras estomacales.

Veterinarios también han encontrado útil contra el parvovirus canino, fiebre ondulante, así como otras enfermedades de los animales grandes y pequeños.

La aplicación de la plata coloidal depende del problema. Para la mayoría de las condiciones, puede tomarse por vía oral en dosis de 5 ml dos veces al día. Con fiebre o síntomas de gripe, se sugiere una dosis adicional de 5 ml. Para los niños menores de 12 años de edad, la dosis recomendada es la mitad.

Los viajeros o personas saben que quedarán expuestos a enfermedades contagiosas pueden prevenir su contracción tomando dosis durante varios días de antelación.

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La plata coloidal actúa como un segundo sistema inmunológico, actúa en paralelo y aún independiente de la primera línea de defensa – una importante ventaja en alejar de brotes de gripe o cualquier germen, plaga o peste del propio cuerpo. Disminuye la carga sobre el sistema inmunologico natural del cuerpo y mata efectivamente los parasitos jnen todo el cuerpo. Además, disminuye la toxicidad debido a la cantidad promedio de actividad de gérmenes, virus y hongos que ocurre naturalmente en el cuerpo. Algunas personas pueden sentirse adoloridas o lentas en el tercer o cuarto día después de comenzar la plata coloidal diariamente. Esto se llama una crisis curativa cuando los cuerpo elimina muy rapido y la vez, una gran de toxinas arraigadas en los órganos eliminadores para evitar sobrecargarse. En este caso, se recomienda beber mucha agua adicional para disminuir los síntomas rápidamente.

Para infecciones parasitarias, la plata coloidal funciona de la misma manera que contra virus, hongos y bacterias. En todos los casos, los parásitos se reproducen por huevos, y estos huevos tienen las mismas características de la enzima metabolizadora de oxígeno como la bacteria unicelular. Estos huevos no eclosionan cuando hay suficiente plata coloidal en los tejidos circundantes.

Son asesinados dentro de un corto tiempo y posteriormente eliminados por el sistema inmunológico. Para enfermedades como el cólera, el parvovirus canino u otros donde el patógeno reside principalmente en el intestino, la letalidad es principalmente debido a la deshidratación del cuerpo resultante de diarrea grave prolongada y vómito.

El orden para que la plata coloidal penetre en esta área, existen dos métodos recomendados.

El primero es tomar un vaso de 200 ml dosificado con plata coloidal, seguida de 3 ó 4 vasos grandes de agua en un estómago vacío. La otra es a través de una irrigación del colon mediante una preparación de plata coloidal de 15 ml por cada 200 ml de agua estéril. Esto puede repetirse durante dos o tres días. Amazona Herbals también recomienda su cobre coloidal para la eliminación de parásitos.

La plata coloidal como preventivo es insuperable. Los tejidos del cuerpo con 5 partes por millón (5 ppm) de plata coloidal estará libre de virus, hongos y bacterias. Una concentración más alta significa más contacto inmediato con cualquier virus u otros patógenos. Ademas, las partículas de plata son longevas en el cuerpo porque no entran en una reacción, pero actuan catalíticamente. Es decir, se utilizan para propiciar o provocar una reacción sin ellos participando directamente o consumiendo. Unas gotas de plata en una botella de agua ayuda a evitar cualquier virus estomacal para los viajeros. El agua que contiene contaminantes (no tóxinas) puede hacerse potable añadiendo dos o tres cucharadas de plata coloidal por cada cinco litros de agua.

La plata colloidal no solo ayuda a purificar el agua, sino que también ayuda en el proceso de digestión por no permitir la fermentación de los almidones contenidos en los alimentos y la prevención de la putrefacción de proteínas o de grasas en el tracto digestivo. Debido a la alta absorción de plata en el intestino, no hay formación de gas en el mismo, y no afecta a la bacteria amigable en el intestino.

Los síntomas se alivian con frecuencia dentro de las primeras horas, pero pueden continuar la dosis de 4 a 7 días, si es necesario. La plata coloidal debe almacenarse a temperatura ambiente y fuera de la luz directa. También se puede aplicar directamente a la piel y las heridas aún abiertas. Amazona Herbals lleva una forma más conveniente de la plata en un gel antibiótico de primeros auxilios, llamado Bacsil específicamente para raspaduras, llagas en la piel o quemaduras. Elimina infecciones superficiales sin hacer ningún daño a los tejidos circundantes. Tópicamente, funciona para matar los gérmenes dentro de seis minutos y no pica o quema. Puede utilizarse por sí mismo sobre el vendaje o con otro medicamento. Para la piel, en caso de sarpullido, se porcede a dar toques con la plata coloidal directamente sobre la zona afectada, frotando ligeramente. Se repite con frecuencia para mantener la zona húmeda y vendaje ligeramente, si lo desea. El vendaje se debe cambiar diariamente. Se recomienda una dilución de 50% de la plata coloidal líquida para su aplicación directa en los ojos. También se puede utilizar por vía vaginal, anal, o atomizado en la nariz o los pulmones.

Todos los productos de Amazona Herbals son de “frecuencia energizada,” lo que significa que están diseñados específicamente para superar los daños de frecuencias energéticas producidas por la radiación, el pensamiento negativo o malos hábitos. Nuestros productos no sólo se elaboran con los mejores ingredientes, también están programados con frecuencias de reparación de ADN para ayudar a los individuos a alcanzar la salud perfecta para corregir y eliminar los desequilibrios químicos y eléctricos del cuerpo. Constantemente llenado el cuerpo con buenas frecuencias (tales como la frecuencia de 528 Hz), disminuyendo considerablemente el tiempo de respuesta eléctrica del cuerpo, el ADN es alargado y hay una potenciación instantánea de las células del cuerpo. Las frecuencias del cuerpo son balanceadas, sus canales eléctricos comienzan a aumentar y los mismo son limpiados progresivamente, fortaleciendo los meridianos o centros eléctricos una liberación de toxinas, desbloqueandolos. Esto permite restablecer la salud a la celula y ofrecer así el máximo beneficio al usuario en el menor tiempo posible. Para obtener más información sobre nuestros productos, visite nuestro sitio Web en Amazonaherbals.com

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