More About Colloidal Silver and PAV
June 2008 - Update
Many people have emailed me about the June newsletter wanting to know more about ASAP Silver Solution and PAV, especially with regard to skin and toenail health. It's funny, when I was a little girl dimes and quarters were made from real silver. My grandma used to boil them in water and then use the water for sun tea and drinking water. Silver is a natural antimicrobial and antibacterial. Our grandparents knew it back when, and now companies like ASAP are providing a high quality silver solution that we can't just boil up in the kitchen anymore.
Many people have asked why I put my full endorsement behind ASAP's colloidal silver. First, American Biotech Labs (the maker of ASAP) has created a patented process that creates smaller nanoparticles of silver than anyone else; this means that the method of delivery is more efficient and that you need less silver for maximum effectiveness. They also produce a purer particle of silver that is a much higher grade colloidal product than most other companies or the machines you can buy to make your own at home. So when you use ASAP Silver Solution, you don't run the risk of becoming a candidate for The Blue Man Group!
As I said, I use ASAP every day--on my feet, on my toenails, and in a mister bottle. I mist my skin daily with it to keep every part of my body healthy and happy. You can even drink it and use it as a mouth rinse. ASAP's high quality and their improved method of delivery are the reason I'm willing to fully endorse them!
My grandma also used pine tar (like pine tar soap) to keep our family healthy. PAV is very clean version of the same stuff my grandma used. It helps wounds to heal quickly and without a scar, it solves scalp and skin infections/infestations, and it even helps remove skin tags. If you find that you have a cut on your cuticle -- use PAV; if you have a tick bite -- use PAV; anything on your body that needs a concentrated salve -- PAV's a good resource.
You can order both products from www.natrhealth.com.
I also want to correct a mistype in the information about carrots and your skin. Sometimes I get too excited about what I'm typing! Carrots help to reinforce your melanin, which gives your skin its color...not your melatonin, which helps your sleep patterns. I can't believe I missed this when I re-read the newsletter; even my fact-checker missed it. Ooops!
I'm so glad that so many of you find the information in our e-mail newsletter helpful and informative. I really enjoy the emails from everyone and the posts on the boards -- keep 'em coming!