Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Travel, Hotel Rooms and Colloidal Silver

Travel, Hotel Rooms and Colloidal Silver

My wife and I drove over to Nevada this weekend to look at some real estate, and as a consequence we ended up staying in a casino hotel room because that was the only place decent rooms were available.

Now I'm not a big fan of hotel room stays of any kind, for a number of reasons, first and foremost among them being my belief that hotels simply circulate the air from one room to another through the heating and cooling systems. This means the air that the guy in the next room has been coughing into all evening because he's come down with a bad case of bronchitis is pretty quickly the same air you'll be breathing in your room, and the guests in the neighboring rooms around you will also be breathing in theirs.

What dawned on me this weekend is that casino hotels in particular amply demonstrate my theory about hotel air systems being carriers of germs, viruses and other potentially infectious microbes. And if you've ever stayed in a casino hotel room, I think you'll probably agree. Here's what I'm talking about: Even when you ask to stay in a non-smoking room, the air coming out of the vents and into the room will inevitably carry the faint, lingering smell of cigarette smoke. Why? Because it's the same air from the casino floor, where so many of the patrons are smoking. And it's also the same air from the rooms in the hotel that allow smoking. If it weren't, you wouldn't smell the faint smell of cigarette smoke coming from the vents in your non-smoking room.

So What Does All of This Have to Do With Colloidal Silver?

Of course, the air being circulated throughout the hotel is being run through a filtering system at some point. But filtering systems are notoriously unreliable. And that is even more so true when the hotel maintenance staff fails to replace the filters as often as they should, whether out of laziness or in order to cut costs.

In short, if you can smell the faint smell of cigarette smoke coming in through the air vents in your non-smoking hotel room, then obviously enough smoke is getting through the hotel air filters to make a difference in the quality of the air in your room.

And if that is so, then it stands to reason that some of the bacteria and viruses being coughed out by people who come down with colds or upper respiratory infections such as the flu or bronchitis while they are visiting the hotel is also being circulated from room to room, just like the cigarette smoke.

What’s more, if there is any fungal growth in the hotel’s ducting and venting system, you are probably breathing in some of the spores from that, too. Yecch!

Colloidal Silver to the Rescue!

Now I know that's not a pleasant thought. But it's true. And that's why I never fail to bring a bottle of colloidal silver with me whenever I travel, and especially if I know I'm going to be staying in a hotel room. This past week, even before my wife and I left on our trip, I was already feeling a bit rundown, and had the sniffles. So I'd been drinking two or three ounces of our homemade micro-particle colloidal silver each day for the three days prior to leaving. And by the time we had to embark on our trip, I was feeling pretty much up to par again. The sniffles were gone. And my energy levels were high.

Nevertheless, I wanted some added protection, not only because I knew we'd be staying in a hotel room, but also because we would be out in public and around a lot of people over the course of the entire weekend. Besides, out here on the west coast there is a pretty nasty bug going around right now that causes an incessant cough before it leaves you bedridden for a couple of weeks with an upper respiratory infection. And sure enough, one of the real estate agents we met with was so afflicted with this particular upper respiratory infection that he could barely stop coughing long enough to finish a full sentence. On the second day of our visit, he was so sick he could not come back over to the property he was showing us, and could only speak to us briefly by phone.

So I was glad that before leaving on our trip, I had filled a small plastic nasal squeeze spray bottle with a 10 ppm concentration of micro-particle colloidal silver, and brought it with me. These are the same tiny plastic nasal spray squeeze bottles you can buy at just about any good pharmacy for about 99 cents. They are usually filled with saline solution, and used by people with nasal allergies.

Here's What I Do:

I simply remove the little nozzle from the bottle, dump the saline solution out, wash the tiny bottle thoroughly, and then rinse it thoroughly. Then I fill it about halfway with colloidal silver. (Note: If you fill it too full, the colloidal silver won’t atomize properly when you squeeze the bottle. And you’ll end up sniffing a big stream of colloidal silver up your nose instead of the fine, atomized spray you want to get up into your sinuses and down into your lungs so it can do its work against any pathogens you may have breathed in.) And I take this little squeeze spray bottle with me whenever I go on out-of-town trips. That way, if I start feeling rundown, or if I start getting the sniffles, I can simply pull it out and sniff a good stiff blast or two of colloidal silver up each nostril.

That's exactly what I did this weekend, three or four times a day, for the entire time we were away from home. The circumstances warranted it, and so I took maximum advantage of the protective infection-fighting power of colloidal silver.

And guess what? As usual, it worked like a charm.

In spite of being cooped up at night in a musty smelling casino hotel room, and in spite of being around a gentleman for several hours who obviously had a very bad infection and who couldn't quit coughing the entire time we were with him, I have managed to escape infection myself. That, even though prior to the trip I'd been feeling a bit rundown and had the sniffles.

The Bottom Line

The bottom line is that I just won't be without my colloidal silver. I only use it in moderation. Never in excess. But it's been a Godsend in so many different situations over the past 13 years that it would take an entire book to document them all for you. Which reminds me: If you are looking for some comprehensive information on colloidal silver usage, you might want to take a look at the free information on my web site: http://www.thesilveredge.com/. And while you're there, please download a copy of our FREE special report on safe daily colloidal silver dosages. This 16-page report uses the Environmental Protection Agency's own figures to help you calculate your safest daily dosage range for colloidal silver usage, based on your own body weight, which is important because you always want to take the right amount for your body.

For even more comprehensive information on colloidal silver usage, see the new one-hour, studio-quality Colloidal Silver Secrets video, available inexpensively, in both DVD and VHS formats, at http://www.lifeandhealthresearchgroup.com/. Or better yet, at the same web site, you can learn more about my newly updated 500-page book, The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual, which I am happy to say is now the #1 bestselling book on colloidal silver usage in the world.

Finally, whatever you do, be sure to take your colloidal silver with you whenever you travel. You can bring enough to drink an ounce or so a day in a small glass storage bottle. Or you can do what I so frequently do and put some colloidal silver into one of those little nasal spray squeeze bottles, so you can simply sniff colloidal silver nasally several times a day, particularly any time you feel you could have been exposed to a potentially nasty bug.

If you travel, you know as well as me that you are always coming into contact with sick people. Whether standing in line at the hotel check-in counter, waiting for a seat at the restaurant, browsing in the local shops, sitting next to someone in a theater, or meeting with others in an office environment or conference center, there is always someone who is sniffing and sneezing or has a hacking cough. And these days, you simply can’t afford to take any unnecessary chances. Colloidal silver provides you with a dramatic level of protection you simply cannot get from any other natural product.


Gold Coast Hotels said...

It is the first time that I've heard that silver can boost one's immune system. Got to try this.

Anonymous said...

Very helpful advice, I have just started using collodial silver so thanks for the tips.