Keywords for the SILVER*CARD
menstrual cramps, menopause, sleep disorders, headaches, allergies, irritated skin, athlete's foot and skin fungus, chronic inflammation, ulcers, neurodermatitis, digestive problems, muscle cramps
The primary purpose of the SILVER*CARD is to revitalize water so that it subsequently has similar properties to colloidal silver. In the 19th century, colloidal silver was of great medical importance, but was increasingly forgotten over the years; colloidal silver is a kind of private clinic for everyone, a hospital for luggage.
The possible applications of colloidal silver have been described for several hundred pathogens (bacteria, viruses, etc.), while an antibiotic or antifungal agent is only effective against a small number of different germs! Colloidal silver is also known as a "second immune system" and as a natural antibiotic.
Carl Sigmund Franz Credé (1819-1892) had incidentally discovered that silver nitrate, even in a dilution of 1:1000, kills staphylococci, streptococci and even anthrax within five minutes! He was one of the first doctors to introduce hand disinfection with chlorinated lime as a protection against childbed fever. In 1888, the Swiss researcher Carl Wilhelm von Naegeli reported that bacteria died within a few minutes if he brought them into contact with silver.
To revive drinking water, place the SILVER*CARD under a glass or under a carafe of fresh water.
You can leave the SILVER*CARD under the carafe all day and also overnight and refill it with fresh water from time to time.
More interesting facts about silver
It has been known for thousands of years that silver strengthens the thymus gland and has an anti-biotic and antimicrobial effect. It is no coincidence that many airlines and NASA use silver filters to treat drinking water. The precious metal silver has been used as a remedy for thousands of years. Even the ancient Egyptians produced fine silver leaf papyri and wrapped these "silver bandages" around open wounds to prevent infections.
In ancient times, Greeks and Romans kept drinks and food in silver-coated metal containers to keep them fresh. The Celtic druids also coated their metal vessels with a thin layer of silver on the inside. Alexander the Great transported drinking water in specially manufactured silver vessels during his long war campaigns. The food of the nobility was served on silver plates; they ate with silver dishes and drank from silver cups.
From the Middle Ages to modern times, farmers placed silver coins in the milk containers to delay the souring and thus the spoilage of the milk. Clever ;-)
Apart from the fact that silver water is healthier than "dead" tap water, it has been proven to strengthen the entire organism. The effect can be verified very well with a kinesiological muscle test.
Why don't you observe how your pets and plants react?
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Size of the transparent laminate: 55 x 85mm
Size of the silicon structure and silver plating: 45 x 72mm
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