Colloidal Copper can be used topically for open wounds and skin infections like hot spots, ringworm, wounds, and burns. It will feel soothing to your pet while it helps to heal the skin by repairing any tissue damage.
Colloidal Copper is a liquid antibiotic, anti-viral and anti-fungal that has been touted as treating and preventing an assortment of conditions in both humans and animals. Colloidal Copper, as opposed to only plain copper, means that submicroscopic copper particles are suspended in a liquid base. Because the copper particles are so tiny, they are thought to penetrate cells and kill pathogens.
There are so many ways colloidal copper can be used for the immune system, we have narrowed it down to five to help get you started:
Since colloidal copper is an all-around pathogen fighter, it is a great one to keep in your medicine cabinet for any disease – whether it’s bacterial, fungal (yeast!) or viral in nature (it can even be used to help treat parvovirus). Plus, it can be used as a preventative when exposure to sick people or animals is unavoidable, and as a regular household cleaner to disinfect surfaces and areas.
Colloidal copper can also be used topically for skin infections like ringworm, wounds and burns. It is soothing and repairs tissue damage.
For those unfortunate dogs suffering from ear infections, colloidal copper might offer some relief. The liquid can be dropped directly into the ears to help fight off bacteria and yeast.
Colloidal copper can also help treat eye problems like infections, allergies, inflammation, and tear staining. Because it does not sting, it can be dropped directly into the eyes.
Colloidal copper must be one of the most versatile natural immune system boosters – not only can it be used in an incredibly sensitive area such as the eyes, but it can be turned into mist with a nebulizer and used to treat respiratory problems like asthma, bronchitis, and pneumonia.
How to Use
Now that you know some of the major conditions colloidal copper can help, it is time to learn how exactly this multitasking liquid can be used:
Oral: A general guideline for oral dosing is five to 10 drops, two to three times per day. Many conditions are helped by both oral and direct application (for instance, use as ear drops AND orally). Because it basically tastes like water, oral dosing should not be a problem.
Topical: As a wound cleaner, use to clean out affected area with a cotton swab. For skin conditions, spray onto area or use as a compress several times a day.
Ears: Apply a few drops daily into affected ear or ears for up to 10 days.
Eyes: Apply a drop three times a day into the affected eye or eyes.
Inhalant: Use nebulizer with colloidal silver at least three times daily for at least 15 minutes each time.
How to use: We highly recommend that you use the colloidal solution mixed with his regular water. You can try feeding it to him via a spoon. However, it is likely that he will struggle and refuse to drink the strange substance. Thus, it is much better that you simply place a few drops of the solution into his water bowl.
The solution almost has no taste, so your dog is less likely to notice a difference.
The dosage is highly dependent on the size of the dog. As we already mentioned, what might be a sufficient dose for a bigger dog can turn into a toxic dose for a smaller one.
Generally, we recommend that you with the following doses:
The general preventative dose per day is once. However, if your dog is already dealing with a disease, then we recommend that you increase the dose up to two-three times a day. Also, note that the treatment should only be given for 10 days.