Here’s a nifty little trick for keeping your sinuses clean and pathogen-free with colloidal silver – particularly when traveling in areas where there might be allergens in the air, or even cold and flu bugs due to sick people coughing around you.
You can easily make your own colloidal silver nasal “squeeze spray” bottle out of a bottle of saline nasal spray from your local pharmacy. It’s a simple, easy and effective way to carry colloidal silver with you for sinus protection at all times. Here’s what you need to know…
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for TheSilverEdge.com…
Whenever I travel, I take a small, plastic nasal "squeeze spray" bottle with me, filled with colloidal silver.
These small plastic bottles allow you to spray an atomized mist of colloidal silver into your sinuses, to help provide relief and protection against the effects of allergens, and against any pathogenic microbes you might breathe in as well. After all, colloidal silver is not only antimicrobial, but anti-inflammatory (i.e., soothes stuffed-up nasal passages) as well.
So if you’re exposed to allergens while traveling, or if you end up around someone who's sick and coughing, having one of these tiny plastic “squeeze spray” bottles on hand, filled with colloidal silver, allows you to quickly and easily sniff a few atomized blasts of colloidal silver into your nasal passages for protection and relief.
The bottles are very simple to use. You just take off the lid, stick the little nozzle into your nostril, and squeeze the sides of the plastic bottle lightly with your thumb and forefinger, while sniffing deeply through your nose. This sends an atomized mist of colloidal silver directly into your sinuses.
How to Make Your Own
It's very easy to *make* one of these tiny plastic colloidal silver "squeeze spray" bottles for yourself, usually for three or four dollars at most. (I’ll tell you where to get them for 99 cents in just a moment…)
Actually, you don’t make it. You simply convert an existing plastic “squeeze spray” bottle for use with colloidal silver. And it’s very easy to do. Here’s what I’m talking about:
Step #1: Just go to your local pharmacy, and ask where to find the little bottles of saline nasal spray solution (see image above).
Bottles of saline nasal spray come in a variety of sizes. But I prefer the small size, which is 1.5 ounces, because they’re very convenient to carry, whether in a pocket, purse, glove box, or what-have-you.
Usually, the only ingredients in these little plastic bottles are water and salt and a mild preservative. So don’t pay a small fortune for the bottle. It should run about $2.99 to $3.99 at most for the small size.
If you can’t find one inexpensively at Wal-Mart or Walgreen’s or some other local pharmacy (some stores get carried away and try to charge $5.99 or $6.99 for them), go to your local “99 cent store” where you’ll surely find one of these little plastic “squeeze spray” bottles of saline solution for under a buck.
Step #2: Once you’ve purchased the little plastic bottle and brought it home, simply unscrew the lid, exposing the plastic "tit" or nozzle that the saline solution sprays out of. Pull the plastic nozzle off the top of the bottle. You might have to use a little bit of force to do so, working it from side to side to get it out of the neck of the bottle.
Step #3: Once you’ve got the little plastic nozzle out of the neck of the bottle, dump the liquid contents of the bottle into the sink.
Step #4: Using distilled water, thoroughly rinse the empty plastic bottle out. Fill it halfway with distilled water and shake it up real good in order to dislodge any salt from the plastic sides inside the bottle. Do it three or four times to get rid of all salt content.
Step #5: Once the bottle is thoroughly rinsed out, you can fill it about halfway full of 5 ppm or 10 ppm colloidal silver.
Don’t fill the bottle more than halfway full, because if it’s too full it won’t properly atomize the liquid solution when you squeeze spray it. If the bottle is overly full of colloidal silver, rather than an atomized mist you’ll end up getting an uncomfortable stream of colloidal silver shooting up into your nasal passages when you squeeze the sides of the bottle and sniff.
Step #6: Once you’ve filled the bottle about halfway full of colloidal silver, stick the little plastic nozzle back into the top of the bottle and push it firmly into place in the bottle’s neck.
Then screw the lid on, and you’re ready to go. You can put the bottle in your purse, the glove box of your car, or even carry it in your front pocket. Whatever’s convenient for you. It’s a small, lightweight bottle, very easy to carry.
And it atomizes the colloidal silver perfectly when you take the lid off and squeeze the sides of the bottle while sniffing deeply.
By having it handy when traveling, you can enjoy instant relief and protection in those instances where you might end up being exposed to some kind of allergen, or to an individual sick and coughing from an upper respiratory infection.
Finally, if you’d prefer to see a video demonstrating how to convert a saline nasal spray bottle to a colloidal silver nasal spray bottle, check out this short video titled “Using Colloidal Silver in a Nasal Spray Bottle for Sinus and Allergies.” The visual instructions for the bottle start at the 1:35 mark in the video.
Easy Ways to Learn More
About Colloidal Silver
If you’re interested in learning more about the healing and infection-fighting qualities of colloidal silver, you might want to check out any of the over 100 news and “how to” articles on colloidal silver at the link in this sentence.
If you have to deal with pesky sinus allergies or infections from time-to-time, you might also want to read the article “Colloidal Silver, Allergies, Asthma and Inflammation.”
And if you’re brand new to colloidal silver usage, be sure to read these real-life accounts of colloidal silver healings in which experienced colloidal silver users explain exactly how they’ve healed their own infections and related diseases quickly, easily and best of all, naturally, using colloidal silver.
And last but not least, if you’re interested in using colloidal silver on a regular basis, be sure to get your FREE copy of the Colloidal Silver Safe Dosage Report at the link in this sentence. You’ll learn how to determine your maximum safe daily dosage of colloidal silver, based on your body weight and the ppm (i.e., concentration) of the colloidal silver you’re using.
Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver…
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
Steve Barwick, author
The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual
The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual
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