Silver Healer – .999 Fine Silver Rods (Replacement)
Replacement Silver Healer – .999 Fine Silver Rods
If you have a Silver Healer, your silver rods should last you a year or more with “typical” use, because the Silver Healer generates such ultra-small particles of silver, producing the greatest benefit from the smallest amount of silver. After many uses ( typically one to two hundred 16 oz batches of nano silver ) the rods will inevitably wear down and need to be replaced.
These .999 Fine Silver rods are exact replacements for the originals.
The nano ionic/colloidal silver produced by this machine can be used topically and internally, as well as a disinfecting agent. Here are just a few of the favorite ways it’s used:
- Wipeout sore throats, ear infections, eye infections, sinus infections, upper respiratory infections, and Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs)
- Boost the immune system
- Prevent plaque buildup, tooth decay, and bleeding gums
- Quickly combat food poisoning
- Fight mold and mildew
- Heal cuts, sores, and boils
- Take the itch out of insect bites and rashes
- Get rid of athlete’s foot and nail fungus
- Soothe and heal burns, including sunburns
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There are no special precautions necessary for storing the silver rods, other than common sense of keeping them dry and away from corrosive fumes of any kind.
Over time, stored rods may develop a slightly darkened color. This is normal oxidation of the pure silver, and no different really than when the rods are used in the Silver Healer.
The instructions that come with the rods, and that are in an appendix at the end of the Silver Healer manual describe how to install the rods. Rods stored for any length of time should work just fine when installed according to those directions.