Get relief from the vomiting and diarrhea of "Stomach Flu" or Gastroenteritis.
Mesosilver® helps fortify the immune system to fight the Stomach Flu. LIST OF CONDITIONS
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 medications you may be taking. No adverse side effects have been reported from Mesosilver.
The condition we commonly refer to as "Stomach Flu" is really Gastroenteritis. Gastroenteritis means inflammation of the stomach and small and large intestines. Viral gastroenteritis is an infection caused by a variety of viruses that results in vomiting or diarrhea. It is called the "stomach flu," although it is not caused by the influenza viruses.
What causes viral gastroenteritis?
Many different viruses can cause gastroenteritis, including rotaviruses, adenoviruses, caliciviruses, astroviruses, Norwalk virus, and a group of Norwalk-like viruses. Viral gastroenteritis is not caused by bacteria (such as Salmonella or Escherichia coli) or parasites (such as Giardia), or by medications or other medical conditions, although the symptoms may be similar. Your doctor can determine if the diarrhea is caused by a virus or by something else.
What are the symptoms of viral gastroenteritis?
The main symptoms of viral gastroenteritis are watery diarrhea and vomiting. The affected person may also have headache, fever, and abdominal cramps ("stomach ache"). In general, the symptoms begin 1 to 2 days following infection with a virus that causes gastroenteritis and may last for 1 to 10 days, depending on which virus causes the illness.
Is viral gastroenteritis a serious illness?
For most people, it is not. People who get viral gastroenteritis almost always recover completely without any long-term problems. Gastroenteritis is a serious illness, however, for persons who are unable to drink enough fluids to replace what they lose through vomiting or diarrhea. Infants, young children, and persons who are unable to care for themselves, such as the disabled or elderly, are at risk for dehydration from loss of fluids. Immune compromised persons are at risk for dehydration because they may get a more serious illness, with greater vomiting or diarrhea. They may need to be hospitalized for treatment to correct or prevent dehydration.
Is the illness contagious? How are these viruses spread?
Yes, viral gastroenteritis is contagious. The viruses that cause gastroenteritis are spread through close contact with infected persons (for example, by sharing food, water, or eating utensils). Individuals may also become infected by eating or drinking contaminated foods or beverages.
How does food get contaminated by gastroenteritis viruses?
Food may be contaminated by food preparers or handlers who have viral gastroenteritis, especially if they do not wash their hands regularly after using the bathroom. Shellfish may be contaminated by sewage, and persons who eat raw or undercooked shellfish harvested from contaminated waters may get diarrhea. Drinking water can also be contaminated by sewage and be a source of spread of these viruses.
Where and when does viral gastroenteritis occur?
Viral gastroenteritis affects people in all parts of the world. Each virus has its own seasonal activity. For example, in the United States, rotavirus and astrovirus infections occur during the cooler months of the year (October to April), whereas adenovirus infections occur throughout the year. Viral gastroenteritis outbreaks can occur in institutional settings, such as schools, child care facilities, and nursing homes, and can occur in other group settings, such as banquet halls, cruise ships, dormitories, and campgrounds.
Who gets viral gastroenteritis?
Anyone can get it. Viral gastroenteritis occurs in people of all ages and backgrounds. However, some viruses tend to cause diarrheal disease primarily among people in specific age groups. Rotavirus infection is the most common cause of diarrhea in infants and young children under 5 years old. Adenoviruses and astroviruses cause diarrhea mostly in young children, but older children and adults can also be affected. Norwalk and Norwalk-like viruses are more likely to cause diarrhea in older children and adults.
Can viral gastroenteritis be prevented?
Yes. Persons can reduce their chance of getting infected by frequent handwashing, prompt disinfection of contaminated surfaces with household chlorine bleach-based cleaners, and prompt washing of soiled articles of clothing. If food or water is thought to be contaminated, it should be avoided.
How Does the Immune System fight Stomach Flu?
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.
Method of Use:
To supplement the immune system take Mesosilver orally, one tablespoon, once or twice daily. Best when taken on an empty stomach at least 15 minutes before eating.
Results / Testimonials
"Although I'm from the United States, I've been living in Costa Rica. I had developed a bad sinus infection and then I developed a terrible intestinal infection as well. I think it may have been from some bad chicken I had at the beach.
When I got back to the States, I was feeling really lousy and really awful with the combination of the sinus infection and the on-going intestinal infection. A U.S. doctor put me on a regimen of antibiotics and steroids for the sinus infection, but that made the intestinal situation worse, not better (and by the way, nor did it help the sinus infection one bit). Finally, my daughter suggested I try Colloidal Minerals.
After three weeks using Mesosilver and Mesocopper, my sinus infection (that I've had almost a year) is cleared up completely and my intestinal infection is just about gone. I just ordered some more of the Mesosilver and the Mesocopper and I have every confidence that after one more round, the intestinal situation will be cleared up completely as well." - Bob Plumb, Age 65, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
"Since I began taking Mesosilver on a regular basis I seldom experience the symptoms of stomach flu. At those times when I feel discomfort or cramping, I increase the dosage by a tablespoon and the symptoms are usually gone within hours." - COE
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