Re: another CS question...does it kill good bacteria? PMemail Date: 10/12/2006 8:43:53 PM ( 8y ago ) Hits:1417Size: 492 char.
Personally I feel that silver may be a great tool for getting rid of pathogens, specially bacteria - not sure on it's efficacy on fungus/parasites.
From what I've read, most good silver solutions get absorbed rather quickly, so it may not reach the intestinal area in full concentration (if any), so it's possible that it may not harm the good bacteria in the colon.
This may also mean that it may take larger concentrations to buildup on your system to kill dysbiosis in the gut.