Easy as 1,2,3
Sovereign Silver First Aid Gel works in 3 ways to help minor wounds heal fast:
*Reduces Topical Pain: Sovereign Silver First Aid Gel reduces pain quickly, taking the sting out of skin irritations.
*Calms Skin Inflammation: Sovereign Silver First Aid Gel calms inflammation, reducing the swelling, redness and heat that often accompany minor skin wounds.
*Fights Minor Skin Infection & Promotes Healing of the Skin: Sovereign Silver First Aid Gel helps the body to keep minor skin infection at bay, allowing minor wounds to heal quickly.
Advantages of Sovereign Silver Homeopathic First Aid Gel
Sovereign Silver First Aid Gel is the perfect alternative to conventional and herbal topical treatments, with these distinct advantages:
*Kid-Friendly: Sting-free formula reduces topical pain, does not add to it
*Safety: Homeopathy has no known side effects
*Clean & Pure: No synthetic preservatives
*Non-Greasy, Transparent & Odorless: You’ll hardly know it’s hereSmallest average particle size ever seen – 0.8 nm (nanometers) / 0.0008 microns / 8 Angstroms – confirmed by Univ. of Miami Medical School Click here.
96% actively charged particles – confirmed in a University of Miami study.
Safe low concentration of 10 ppm (parts-per-million) – confirmed at an FDA approved laboratory. Click Here for Acute Toxicity Study.
Made from 99.99% pure silver – confirmed by 3rd party assay. Click Here.
Made with ultra-pure, medical-grade water (the only other ingredient).
Crystal clear and virtually tasteless.
The Benefits of Silver
The Many Benefits of Silver
Silver is one of the most widely used mineral substances on the planet. Pure silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals, and possesses the lowest contact resistance. Whether it is for industrial, medical or ornamental uses, chances are you rely on silver every day without even knowing it!
Demand for silver is built on three main pillars; industrial/medical, photography, and decorative/jewelry/silverware.
sterling silver is used for jewelry, silverware and decorative purposes where appearance is paramount.
silver-based medicines (i.e. silver sulfadiazine)
mineral dietary supplements
bandages (Curad, Elastoplast, Silverlon)
water purification (for drinking and swimming pools)
solder and brazing alloys
high capacity silver-zinc and silver-cadmium batteries
silver paints are used for making printed circuits
used in mirror production and may be deposited on glass or metals by chemical deposition, electrodeposition, or by evaporation. When freshly deposited, it is the best reflector of visible light known
silver iodide is used to seed clouds to produce rain
silver nitrate, (lunar caustic) is used extensively in photography
Among the many uses of silver on planet earth, there is a growing interest in its medicinal uses; motivated in part by the emerging strains of multiple drug resistant microbes globally. In the United States, certain forms of silver, such as Silver Hydrosol, are sold as dietary mineral supplements. A silver hydrosol may be your most effective tool for maintaining and sustaining your immune defenses in the presence of emerging strains of bacterial, viral and fungal infections, and for tissue regeneration support.
Silver also has a wide array of use in pharmaceuticals. In fact, silver sulfadiazine is a powerful compound accepted by the majority of the medical community for burn treatment. It is used by every hospital in North America for burn victims to kill bacteria and allow the body to naturally regenerate the burn area. Its use as such is world-wide. In another application, medical catheters are impregnated or coated with silver to prevent catheter-related bacterial infections. In a world concerned with the spreading of virus and disease, silver is increasingly being tapped for its bactericidal properties and used in treatments for conditions ranging from severe burns to microbial infections and most recently oncological considerations.
Thanks to the Immunogenic Research Foundation, science is beginning to confirm and explain why millions of people the world over rely (and will rely) upon silver for its health benefits. You can learn more about the medical uses of silver at the Immunogenic Research Foundation. If you would like to learn more about its overall uses, The Silver Institute (Washington, D.C.) has a comprehensive overview of the many ways silver is utilized in industry and elsewhere.