Colloidal silver is known to have abtibacterial properties, but how does it work?
1. Damages Cell Membranes
Research suggests that colloidal silver attaches to the proteins on the walls of bacteria. When in contact with bacteria, it will damage the cell membrane.
This allows the silver ions to pass into the bacterial cells where they will interfere with their processes and damage the bacterial DNA which can lead to the cell's death.
This is why colloidal silver is known for having antibacterial properties.
2. Prevents Bacterial Replication
Another way that bacteria cause problems in the body is by preventing the bacteria from replicating. When colloidal silver comes into contact with bacteria, it can enter the cell membrane and damage the DNA.
Since bacteria need intact DNA in order to replicate and spread, colloidal silver can help to prevent bacteria infections from worsening. This can be beneficial in bacterial infections where the spread is rapid.
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