Using a Nebuliser to Administer Colloidal Silver

A number of users of CS have posted on the old forum about using a nebuliser to deliver CS directly into the lungs. For lung infections, this is an excellent way of delivering the CS directly to the place it is needed.
It was of particular use to those makers of clear IS who either didn’t know how to make metallic CS or who felt that IS was more effective, as the ionic content would not be turned into Silver Chloride in the stomach. If the illness is other than in the lungs, then it would be easier and far more effective to use metallic (capped) CS-C and take a higher dose is an easier way (orally). A nebuliser can only deliver 10 mls of CS in about twenty minutes.
However, for use with lung infections, a nebuliser is a very effective method of getting the Silver to where it can do most good. A nebuliser can be powered by ultrasonic means or by an air or oxygen jet. Naturally, the finer the mist, the better, as this enables the CS to reach the deepest part of the lungs. It is recommended to use sugar-or heat-reduced CS. Ionic Silver Oxide does work, but there is an unnecessary risk of Argyria is this form is used.
The use of a nebuliser is very definitely an experimental process; this is a cutting-edge use of CS and should be treated with considerable caution. I have used a nebuliser with CS, and there is no apparent effect on a healthy human BUT DO NOT ASSUME that the same would the case with a severely-ill individual. All the Internet comments stress that the Silver is getting straight into the deep and most heavily-infected part of the lungs of the sick individual, and the results can be spectacular in every way, both as to the effectiveness of the treatments and the possibility of very severe coughing fits that may occur.
A coughing fit that would cause no trouble to a healthy individual may be life-threatening to a person with very heavily-infected or damaged lungs. In every case where a person is breathing in a wheezing or laboured manner, or where a severe coughing fit might cause (or has caused) concern, a medically-trained or aware person should be present while a nebuliser is in use, and the volunteer patient should be giving fully-informed consent to the process. Particular care should be taken if the ill person is unable to sit up and lean forward to clear sputum or other fluids from their windpipe. The straining process during coughing may also lead to a person vomiting and there is a risk of inhalation of the vomitus. I would suggest that a nebuliser only be used while a person is able to sit up and get out of bed, at least for the first half-dozen sessions.
Having stressed the above, CS delivered by inhalation is reported to be so effective, even in the tiny doses that it is possible to deliver by this means, that I would certainly try it myself if I had a lung infection. I would also ensure that I took a large dose orally as well, simply because the infection would be best attacked from all directions.
I do know of people trying to use a humidifier as the volume of mist is far higher that an ultrasonic nebuliser, but I would be wary of using a humidifier to breathe the vapour in directly; it is possible that the amount of water may give rise to the same effect as pneumonia, i.e. too much liquid in the lungs. Direct inhalation is not the same as disinfecting a room with a humidifier. If an oxygen bottle is used to atomise the CS, then pure medical oxygen in excess of 20-30 psi gives the best results. Oxygen will also have a synergistic effect with the CS, as anaerobic bacteria will be destroyed by exposure to oxygen.
When using a nebuliser, start out with the finest mist possible. The mist should resemble wisps of vapour and cause a slight dampening of the area around the nose when used with a nebuliser mask. I would use about 10 mls per “dose”, and repeat the session several times per day, rather than keep refilling the nebuliser cup again and again. I would use about 10 mls up to four times a day, although I would welcome the input of others who have tried this protocol.
Inhalation of CS should NOT be the first time a person has ever taken CS. It is important to give CS orally first, to ensure that any Herxheimer effects are not too severe, and also to ensure that no allergic reaction takes place.
NEVER use anything except CS (or the prescribed medication) in a nebuliser. NEVER EVER use Ionic Silver salts in a nebuliser, (in the form of Silver Citrate, Nitrate, etc.) While I have used ISO (Ionic Silver Oxide) in a nebuliser, there is an unnecessary risk of Argyria. The other Silver salts (Nitrate etc.) are absolutely contra-indicated. They have no valid use internally, whatsoever.
http://www.silvermedicine.org/nebulizers.html

Concern about Corn Syrup from GMO Corn

I had a gentleman voice concerns to me about using corn syrup to make colloidal silver because the corn may have been genetically modified. I think more and more people are rightfully waking up to the possible dangers of genetically modified foods, so others may have the same concerns.
Corn syrup is a mixture of two sugars, glucose and fructose. It also has a small amount of salt and vanilla flavoring. Corn syrup is made from corn starch. Starches are long chains of glucose molecules which are broken down into single sugar molecules during the processing.
A molecule of glucose or fructose is identical in all respects to any other molecule of glucose of fructose regardless of its source. Sugar molecules contain no genetic material, and any aberrant proteins resulting from the modified genes cannot be present in the sugar molecules. Therefore, there is no risk from using corn syrup derived from GMO corn.