Everything you need to know about colloidal silver nasal spray

Everything you need to know about colloidal silver nasal spray

There are many activities vital to living that inevitably expose your body to external threats. The foods that you eat, for instance, not only house important nutrients, but can also harbor millions of bacteria and potentially harmful chemicals. Because of industrialization and environmental neglect, the air that you breathe can also introduce a number of pollutants and microbes that can seriously harm your health.  

But because eating and breathing are lifelong necessities, your body is well-equipped to deal with all kinds of threats that may come with those activities. In fact, many parts of your body have defense mechanisms in place to filter whatever enters and eliminate unwanted substances. All you need to do to ensure they function to the best of their ability is to give them the support they need, preferably through natural means.

Take your sinuses, for example. Your sinuses are air-filled cavities located around your eyes, within your cheekbones and behind your nose. They are involved in the production of mucus, which helps filter the air that you breathe. [1] The drainage of mucus out of the channels of your nose and sinuses is one of the many ways your body defends itself and gets rid of dirt, microbes and other harmful substances. [2]

That’s why it’s important that you keep your nose clean and your sinuses draining normally. Doing so not only allows you to breathe with ease, but it’s also a great way to support your immune system, which protects you from external threats. And what better way to maintain healthy sinuses than by using non-toxic natural products with beneficial properties, like essential oils and colloidal silver? 

Taking care of your sinuses with nasal spray 

Your sinuses and nasal passages perform functions that are necessary for a healthy respiratory system. Aside from letting you breathe and smell things, your nasal cavity also filters the air that you breathe and traps harmful particles and pathogens. This defense mechanism is one of many your body employs to prevent you from getting sick.

Airborne threats are removed from your body with the help of mucus, which is produced by your sinuses and the mucosal glands that line your nasal passages. According to a study published in the journal Current Allergy and Asthma Reports, mucus contains a variety of immune-related molecules that assist in defending your airways from threats. [3] Because of this, mucus is considered a part of your body’s first line of defense. [4]

Mucus also helps lubricate your nasal passages, keeping your nose moist. According to experts, this helps your nasal immune system eliminate threats effectively. [5] Within the mucus membrane lining your sinuses and nasal passages are small hairs called cilia that sweep your sinuses clean and help mucus travel through those cavities. These cilia work more efficiently when your nasal passages are moistened by thin mucus.

Once mucus passes through your sinuses, it drains into your nasal passages and down the back of your throat. [6] Mucus eventually ends up in your stomach after you swallow it, and it is there that the pathogens it contains are neutralized by stomach acid. Dead cells and debris carried by mucus are also recycled in your stomach. [7]

Because of their vital roles in keeping your body safe from threats, your sinuses and nasal passages deserve just as much care and protection as the rest of your body. Luckily, taking care of them is easy with the help of nasal spray. This useful solution can deliver substances with beneficial properties directly to your nasal passages and sinuses, making it one of the best and most efficient ways to keep the inside of your nose clean and healthy. 

The best ingredients for an effective nasal spray* 

Nature abounds with products that can support health in various ways. Essential oils, for instance, are known for their wonderful benefits, which include providing immune and respiratory support as well as natural cleansing.

Silver is another one of nature’s gifts that boasts many health-supporting properties. Although commonly associated with jewelry, coins and electronics, silver has in fact been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years.

Many ancient civilizations like the Greeks and Romans used silver in traditional remedies, particularly to cleanse wounds and protect against external threats. [8] The ancient Chinese also left records suggesting that silver was already a therapeutic option as far back as 1500 BCE.

Ancient civilizations also used silver to craft everyday objects, such as vessels, plates, drinking cups and pitchers. This had a dual purpose: Besides making these items durable, silver also helped cleanse water and food supplies, ensuring that they lasted for longer periods. [9]

Thanks to its many useful qualities, silver enjoyed widespread use for various purposes, especially in traditional medicine, until the early 20th century. The discovery of antibiotics sadly robbed silver of its medicinal relevance, and people eventually forgot about its therapeutic uses.

But the emergence of antibiotic-resistant microbes in the 1950s gradually shifted scientific interest back to silver – enough to give birth to new developments. Scientists then discovered a way to maximize the potential of silver by suspending it in a colloidal solution.

A colloid, by definition, is a liquid mixture that evenly distributes certain particles within it. [10] Researchers believe that silver becomes even more useful when suspended in a solution because moisture triggers a chain reaction that leads to silver particles releasing silver ions. [11]

According to a study by Australian researchers, the silver ions in colloidal silver are responsible for many of its desirable properties, which include natural cleansing and immune-supporting activities, as well as the ability to support the body’s natural healing processes. [12]

Many cell culture studies have shown just how effective colloidal silver is against a broad range of threats present in the environment. Meanwhile, numerous reports have attested to the safety of using topical silver products and their ability to support the body’s natural healing processes. [13]

Thanks to these properties, colloidal silver can be used in a wide variety of applications, including purifying water for agricultural and industrial use, cleaning surfaces and formulating topical cleansing solutions. [14] Colloidal silver can also be used to sterilize wounds in hospital settings. In fact, its first clinical use was reported in 1891. [15][16]

Today, many medical grade products take advantage of the beneficial properties of silver. Some examples of patented silver-containing products include implants designed to controllably release silver ions, topical gels for combating dermal threats and wound dressings that make use of silver ions to accelerate natural healing. [17]

Colloidal silver is also popularly used in nasal spray formulations. Safe, versatile and easy to incorporate, colloidal silver can be combined with other natural ingredients to effectively support healthy sinuses and nasal passages.

Here are some natural agents that work well with colloidal silver:

  • Bergamot essential oil – Known for its distinctive citrusy scent, bergamot essential oil is often used in personal care products. [18] It contains an active compound called camphene, which is known for its cooling effect when inhaled. Camphene also has antioxidant properties that can support your body’s ability to defend against external threats. [19]
  • Eucalyptus essential oil – A potent oil with a fresh, mint-like scent, eucalyptus essential oil is known for providing respiratory support. Inhaling eucalyptus oil can help with nasal congestion, thanks to the presence of a compound called cineole (eucalyptol). [20] According to a study published in the journal Molecules, cineole can help cleanse your nasal cavities and supports healthy mucus membrane function. [21]
  • Lemon essential oil – Thanks to its natural cleansing properties, lemon essential oil is often used for cleaning and disinfecting. Like bergamot, it contains antioxidants that can support optimal immune function. In addition, lemon essential oil exerts a calming effect when inhaled and has been shown to support breathing. [22]
  • Rosemary essential oil – Rosemary essential oil is a versatile oil with a woody aroma and potent antioxidant properties. According to a study published in the Journal of Functional Foods, rosemary essential oil contains plenty of compounds that can support healthy immune function. [23] It also contains cineole, which supports healthy mucus production. [24]
  • Tea Tree essential oil – Also known as melaleuca oil, tea tree essential oil is widely used as a natural remedy for minor skin issues. [25] Research suggests that this potent oil possesses many beneficial properties that allow it to provide invaluable immune support and help relieve nasal congestion. [26]
  • Thyme essential oil – An oil with a long history of use in traditional medicine, thyme essential oil has natural cleansing and immune-supporting properties that make it an excellent ingredient in nasal sprays. [27] Its active component, thymol, can also help protect the body against external threats, according to studies. [28] 

Maintain healthy sinuses and nasal passages with colloidal silver and essential oils* 

Thanks to its natural cleansing properties, colloidal silver can help protect your body from external threats. You can harness the beneficial properties of this natural agent to maintain healthy sinuses and nasal passages by using colloidal silver nasal spray.

According to studies, colloidal silver’s effectiveness against external threats depends on the size and shape of the silver particles suspended in it. The smaller the size of the particles, the greater their surface area and the efficiency of colloidal silver.

This is why the silver nanoparticles in Health Ranger Select Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray are generated using low-voltage current technology, which ensures ultra-small particle size. You can be sure the colloidal silver in our nasal spray provides an extra layer of protection for your nasal passages and sinuses.

On top of colloidal silver, Health Ranger Select Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray also contains powerful essential oils that help support healthy sinuses. These oils are derived from known medicinal plants with established health-supporting properties, such as bergamot, eucalyptus, lemon, rosemary, tea tree and thyme.

To ensure the gentleness of our formula, the silver nanoparticles in Health Ranger Select Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray are suspended in nothing but distilled water. This nasal spray contains no GMOs, fluoride, alcohol, aspartame, additives, harsh chemicals or synthetic ingredients of any kind. It is also thoroughly lab tested for glyphosate, heavy metals and microbiology.

Support your body’s natural defenses against airborne threats and maintain healthy sinuses with the potent combination of colloidal silver and essential oils! 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat, cure or diagnose any diseases. 


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