Colloidal Silver Spray
Posted by Holistic Pet Care on Oct 03, 2020
Many of our customers ask us about how to use the colloidal silver spray. It is exactly the same as the 32 oz bottle of Colloidal Silver for Pets of course, but is often used more for external skin issues, wounds, cuts, abrasions or hotspots. Can also be spray on the teeth or even gently in the eyes for pinkeye or other eye infection.
Colloidal silver spray is great for both dogs and cats. It is a safe, easy, effective and natural way to treat your beloved canines and felines for many of those health issues right in your own home. It’s a water-based liquid that is nearly odor-free and has a very slight mineral taste, but often undetected by pets.
It is an alternative antimicrobial and antibiotic, as well as a powerful antiviral and antifungal supplement.
Colloidal silver has proven effective for many minor and several more serious health conditions that often-cost hundreds of dollars to treat at the local vet’s office.
Colloidal Silver spray can be used against just about anything that is either viral, bacterial or fungal in nature. It works most effectively through direct contact with the offending microbe for at least 5-6 minutes. Repeated doses help to make sure it is eliminated.
I use it all over the house as a disinfecting spray to keep the dog and puppy area clean. Since I am a raw feeder, I use it for cleaning up after cutting up the meat for the carnivores in the household. It’s also good for disinfecting your pet bowls, leashes, and harness. Or disinfecting hands or surfaces where germs can be hiding.
Colloidal silver spray works well externally for cuts, scrapes, wounds, abscesses, insect bites, burns, hot spots, rashes, and skin infections, including ringworm, mange, and yeast infections, as well as candida albicans and other skin irritations.
Can be spray into the ears for ear infections or sprayed onto a gauze pad to wipe out the ears first and then pour or spray a bit into the infected ear and squish it around the bottom of the ear gently for about a minute before releasing and allowing the dog or cat to shake their head.
Colloidal silver spray can be safely sprayed on a cat's fur and then allowed to lick it off. One way to get a cat to get some into them if other methods fail.
Here are some of the many ways colloidal silver can be used:
- Ear infections
- Eye issues, including tear stains, pink eye, conjunctivitis and more
- Coughs, including kennel cough
- All viral, bacterial and fungal infections
- Insect bites
- Hot spots
- Wounds, cuts, and all infections
- Eczema and other chronic and autoimmune skin diseases
- Digestive upsets
- Fevers and flu
- Thyroid disorders
- Parasite infestations (add to DE for worming)
- Lyme disease