Eggplant Tincture for Skin Cancer

Say what? Yes, you read that right. Eggplant tincture may be an easy, effective alternative to other skin cancer treatments.

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MRSA Vs chewing cannabis bud.

“I had MRSA two years ago. No antibiotics worked and after almost two months of increasing agony I was completely bed ridden and ready to give up and basically die as I couldn’t take the pain anymore and knew the Staph serious was mutating faster than any drugs could keep up with. So I took matters into my own hands and did this. Take a pinch of the best grade unprocessed cannabis and chew it for a few minutes then move the small ball under your tongue and keep there for another few minutes. Then swallow it. Repeat three or four times a day. In 48 hours the pain will have almost gone and all inflammation and redness as well. One week it will have completely killed off the bacteria but just for good measure do this for two weeks. Make sure all bedding clothes etc are cleaned with some disinfectant and also make sure any pets are washed as well. My dog was the carrier and the bacteria lived in its runny nose as it does usually in humans but burst out when antibiotics cause it to adapt or die.”

David King.

Shilajit for joints

Throughout the ancient history of medicine, Shilajit has been used in helping many recover from broken bones, fractures, joint dislocation and more. Biruni, Avicenna and other founding fathers of medicine used Shilajit in ointments, clay preparations and in combination with other herbal therapeutics – like saffron – to treat these conditions with apparently great success. Read more ›

Customer endorsements.

Sue Jagger writes “James, we believe in you, not just because you sell the silver and products but because you are an open book, you encourage us to make our own , and you always there to advise and very knowledgeable.” Read more ›

7 benefits of hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan, is a clear, gooey substance that is naturally produced by your body.

The largest amounts of it are found in your skin, connective tissue and eyes.

Its main function is to retain water to keep your tissues well lubricated and moist. Read more ›

Katrina’s masala recipe

Katrina is a friend I met in India a few years ago at one of my workshops. Since then she’s been a regular contributor on the Colloidal Silver Direct and Colloidal Silver Success Stories Facebook groups as well as customer, mainly of the 2000ppm colloidal silver concentrate (which she swears by). Recenltly she sent me a lovely gift of high quality masala she sourced in Goa earlier this year.

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Shilajit benefits 101

There is no part of the body that Shilajit does not reach and as such, the list of its benefits is almost never-ending. To give you an idea, here is a brief compilation of as many benefits as we could find, reflected through years of research on both humans and animals: Read more ›

Turmeric & honey, antibiotic panacea

Turmeric Honey Golden Drink.

I first developed this turmeric elixir to help relieve my husband’s seasonal allergies. And through the years my readers have begun to swear by it. But this turmeric elixir also serves other purposes. Like fighting inflammation, improving brain function, lowering your risk of heart disease, easing joint pain, boosting your immune system, combatting free-radicals and so much more. Read more ›

Argan oil…Morocco’s liquid gold.

Argania (Berber: ⴰⵔⴳⴰⵏ Argan) a tree endemic to the semidesert Sous valley of southwestern Morocco. Argan oil has been a culinary staple in Morocco for centuries — not only because of its subtle, nutty flavor but also its wide array of potential health benefits. Read more ›

Colloidal gold & sports performance

In the brain, nerve cells communicate with each other through neurons and particularly in their interconnections, called synapses, which are the sites at which nerve cells communicate.

The brain is a collection of about 10 billion interconnected neurons. Each neuron is a cell that uses biochemical reactions to receive, process and transmit information. Read more ›