Collection: Common Cold

Looking for a Natural solution for the Common Cold?

Mesosilver® Colloidal Silver - Safe and Natural
Mesosilver is a true colloidal silver consisting of pure, sterilized water and pure silver particles. The particles in Mesosilver are 0.65 nanometers in diameter, the smallest available in a silver colloid. It is the small particle size combined with high particle concentration that makes Mesosilver the most effective silver colloid available. Mesosilver supplements your immune system to fight pathogens.

Mesosilver does not interact or interfere with the medications you may be taking. No adverse side effects have been reported from Mesosilver.

Common Cold - Causes and Symptoms
A common cold is an illness caused by a virus infection located in the nose. Colds also involve the sinuses, ears, and bronchial tubes.

How does the common cold affect your body?

The symptoms of a common cold include sneezing, runny nose, nasal obstruction, sore or scratchy throat, cough, hoarseness, and mild general symptoms like headache, feverishness, chilliness, and not feeling well in general. Colds last on average for one week. Mild colds may last only 2 or 3 days while severe colds may last for up to 2 weeks.

A cold is a milder illness than influenza. Influenza typically causes fever, muscle aches, and a more severe cough. However, mild cases of influenza are similar to colds. Adults average 2 to 3 colds per year and children 6 to 10, depending on their age and exposure. Children's noses are the major source of cold viruses.

There are over 100 different cold viruses. Rhinoviruses are the most important and cause at least one-half of colds.

Cold viruses can only multiply when they are inside living cells. When on an environmental surface, cold viruses cannot multiply. However, they are still infectious if they are transported from an environmental site into the nose. Cold viruses live only in the noses of humans and not in animals except chimpanzees and other higher primates.

Antibiotics are Not for Common Colds and Flu
According to CDC (Center for Disease Control) taking antibiotics for viral infections -- such as a cold, cough, the flu, and acute bronchitis --
It will not cure the infection
Will not keep other individuals from catching the illness
It will not help a person feel better
May cause an unnecessary harmful side effect
How Does the Immune System fight the Common cold?
The immune system is a body-wide network of cells and organs that has evolved to defend the body against attacks by foreign entities such as bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses by identifying and killing pathogens and tumor cells. The immune system identifies the cold virus and then proceeds to create antibodies to kill it.

Method of Use:
To supplement the immune system against harmful pathogens in the body take an oral dosage of Mesosilver. Dosage ranges from 1 teaspoon daily per 70 pounds of body weight up to 4 tablespoons daily to fortify the immune system.

Normal dosage: Mesosilver is absolutely safe and has no drug interactions. At a dosage of one tablespoon twice daily. Two 250 mL bottles will last 16 days.