Ailment: Rhinitis, allergic. Hay fever
Remedy: Nasal colloidal silver wash
Get a small glass spray bottle with a fine pump spray at the top. They are available at some health food shops and discount chemists very cheaply. Some people use bulb syringes, squirt bottles or neti pots, but the spray is the best method to get the solution up into the sinuses.
Stand and bend forward, so the back of your head is parallel to the floor. Use the spray to put a couple of squirts into each nostril. Gently sniff it back into the sinus area. Do this at least in the morning and the evening, more often if you are able to.
Please read about how to use Colloidal Silver. It is important to store colloidal silver out of the light, and away from electrical fields (ie not in the refrigerator). Any container must be scrupulously clean and dry before you use it.
Comment posted by Dialtrix of Melbourne, VIC, Australia on 16 May 2012 at 17:9 661
Used for runny nose/feeling sneezy had flu/respiratory at the time / allergies (I think one of those) first felt dry itchy red eyes, was outside overcast, windy -I mostly wear sunnies (even for bad, foggy, overcast weather, doesn't agree with me and my body really sensitive to environmental/energies (?), seem to feel allergies coming on, don't usually get hayfever or asthma, lungs used to be great, now not as much, except this once when on street, came home with eyes itchy, then all of a sudden it hit me, body started to feel so tired, went for nap, woke up felt worse: sore dry throat, bit of sneezing, lethargic etc, pumped about 3 or 4 times of nasal colloidal silver up each nostril first thing in morning after I blew nose, after that, seemed improvement &/ stopped running/sneezing, did this for about 3-4 days in a row - only once (in morning) / sometimes twice (morning & arvo) during the day (approx. 3 or 4 sprays up each nostril).
Comment posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 14 April 2010 at 10:15 42
I used a colloidal silver nasal spray twice a day, for a couple of weeks. There was no improvement to the rhinitis. I suspect that a sea salt spray would be more successful, because I was treating an allergic reaction, not an infection