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Colloidal Silver For Open Wounds, Abrasions & Lacerations

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Accidents happen – and open wounds, abrasions and lacerations in children are all part of growing up!

What have you got in your cubby hole (glove compartment) or handbag to treat those around you when they fall? Do you know how to treat an open wound, abrasions or lacerations without scarring?

Colloidal silver is an inexpensive healing agent and disinfectant which has countless uses.

And since it’s a powerful, natural antibiotic and preventative against infections, it’s effective in treating open wounds, abrasions and lacerations as well!

 

How To Treat Open Wounds, Abrasions & Lacerations With Colloidal Silver

Keep a 100ml bottle of Silverlab Liquid spray in your handbag and in your car.

Scrub out and rinse any grid or sand from the open wound, abrasion or laceration as soon as possible with copious amounts of Silverlab Liquid. You might feel a bit of pain. Rather endure a bit of pain now so that you don’t have to put up with the pain from a septic wound.

If the open wound needs stitches, visit your medical professional, otherwise cover the area with Silverlab Healing Gel and keep clean.

Keep the open wound, abrasion or laceration moist with colloidal silver by spraying every now and then with Silverlab Liquid or re-applying the Healing Gel. This could be done hourly or whenever needed.

This will help prevent scarring and will also stop the wound, abrasion or laceration from cracking when a scab forms. Most people who use colloidal silver for wound treatment report little or no scarring.

Where to buy silverlab

Silverlab colloidal silver is available throughout South Africa.