Colloidal Silver for Ear Infection
Ear Infection & Causes
The ear is made up of three parts. The outer ear includes the part you can see and the canal that leads to the eardrum. The middle ear is separated from the outer ear by the eardrum and contains tiny bones that amplify sound. The inner ear is where sounds are translated to electrical impulses and sent to the brain.
Ear infections can be chronic or acute. Acute ear infections are painful but short lived. However, if not treated promptly, chronic ear infections tend to recur and can cause permanent damage to the middle and inner ear.
Colloidal Silver Treatment for Ear Infections.
- To safely administer colloidal silver, it is best to lie down on your side with the affected ear pointing upward.
- Using a standard eye dropper, place no more than three drops of colloidal silver at the opening of the ear canal, and allow it to drain down into the ear. If necessary, gently tug and release the ear lobe several times, in order to help the drops seep more quickly down into the ear canal.
- Remain in this position for six or seven minutes, allowing the colloidal silver plenty of time to seep down into the ear and begin killing the microbes. Then simply turn your head so that the affected ear is pointed downward, and allow the colloidal silver to drain out and then use a clean piece of tissue paper to wipe it from the ear.
Colloidal silver works fast, but if the symptoms of ear infection persist several hours after the first application, wait for half a day and repeated the above process. In most cases, an ear infection clears overnight after the first application of CS. However, in severe cases, it may take two or three applications before desired results are noticed.
Also, taking an oral dose of colloidal silver – for most people, two or three teaspoons full twice a day during the course of the earache – can be extremely beneficial.