Using Colloidal Silver to Eliminate Moles on the Skin
Another reader has written in to say she was able to get rid of a problematic mole using colloidal silver.
In the course of my 20 years of studying and using colloidal silver, I’ve never personally seen it used successfully against moles.
But this is the second time this year that readers have written in to say it worked for them. And this reader supplied before-and-after photos as proof.
Does it really work? Here’s the scoop…
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge…
In a previous article, I mentioned that Colloidal silver user Dan F. of Naples, FL had cured his moles simply by spraying colloidal silver on them, repeatedly. He wrote:
“I’ve had my Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator for about one year now, and while I did not do ‘great things’ with it, it sure has helped me a lot in several ways.
For example, I used to have flat dark moles on my belly skin fold. They had been there for years.
I began spraying them with the micro-particle colloidal silver four times weekly. In about six weeks they vanished and have not returned.”
Now, that’s quite fascinating. But I figured it could have been a unique, one-off experience. After all, in 20 years of interviewing colloidal silver users, this was the first time I’d ever heard of it being used to remove moles.
But colloidal silver user Diane R. tells me she had a similar experience. And she supplied the photos to prove it.
Here, we see the mole on Diane’s neck. It appears from the picture to be a typical mole.
But Diane says it was actually quite “suspicious” looking, being black in color, and raised, pitted, flakey and itchy to the point of being irritating.
In fact, it was the constant itching of the mole that drove her to look for an alternative means of getting rid of it.
Diane wrote, “Not
really thinking about it I rubbed some magnesium oil with MSM onto the black,
pitted, raised, itchy, flakey mole. This
was approximately on December 2, 2014 (because it was itchy). It seem to relieve
Less than a week later, the mole apparently began itching again. So this time Diane tried a colloidal silver plaster (i.e., moistening a bandage with colloidal silver and applying it over the mole overnight). Here’s what she wrote:
“Approximately the 7th/8th of December I thought I’d try 25 ppm colloidal silver on a plaster, overnight.
I did so for the next few days, on and off. I could see the mole started withdrawing from the sides.
It became white,
gooey, weepy and red around edges with tiny blood
scabs on the edges.”
Once Diane began to see progress with the silver, she knew she was on to something big.
So she continued the process, periodically, over the next four days. Here’s what she wrote:
“I put the 25 ppm colloidal silver on a few times, probably 4 times, and could see more progress. But it irritated the mole a bit.
So on December 11, I switched to using a commercial product containing colloidal silver and MSM. (See here.)
The very next day, December
12th, the mole had turned jelly white.”
Diane says she left
off using the colloidal silver and MSM drops for several days. And by the 14th, she noticed the
mole was turning “dry and hard, bloody, scabby, shriveled and shrunken-looking.”
So she started adding the silver and MSM drops on the night of the 14th. And in morning the mole was “soft and a bit tender,” but it began to itch again when she put more of the silver and MSM drops on it.
Diane continued using the colloidal silver and MSM drops on the mole, and by the 16th – some eight days from the start of her adventure -- the mole was getting “sore, itchy and weepy” again, so she once more stopped using the drops.
By the 17th the mole was dry again, but still itchy. So she sprayed some plain, 20 ppm colloidal silver on it to help relieve the itching.
Finally, by December 18th the mole appeared to be “flat and dry and pink looking.”
Using her finger she rubbed off the last of the flaky mole surface. And the itching finally stopped.
By the 20th of December, the mole was basically gone. Diane says she was able to stop using the colloidal silver products at that point.
All that’s was left of the mole was a light spot where it had once been.
The bottom line is that it took from December 7th to December 20th to be completely rid of the problematic mole.
Diane tells me she generally only used the silver once per day on the mole.
Compared to Dan F.’s benign “belly moles” mentioned at the beginning of this article,
Diane’s mole was obviously a pretty tough one.
And because of the incessant itching she experienced, there
was obviously something going on there.
Was it perhaps cancerous? Or was
it a “viral mole” (i.e., a wart that had the appearance of a mole)? There’s no way to know because no medical
tests were performed on it.
What’s clear is that the colloidal silver worked for both Dan F.’s benign “belly moles” and for Diane’s potentially problematic mole as well.
My Own Experience
I’ll have to admit that I tried this technique on a flat mole on top of my head, which my local dermatologist once informed me had “six of the eight signs of being potentially cancerous.”
Now, I’m not too worried about his pronouncement, because
I’ve had that mole on top of my head for at least three decades. And it’s never bothered me. Nor has it ever showed any signs of changing
shape, or growing larger, etc.
But I thought I’d give the colloidal silver treatment a try. Unfortunately, it didn’t work for me. Maybe because it was a flat mole, rather than a raised mole. I just don’t know.
I tried my own homemade colloidal silver. I tried a commercial brand. And I even ordered some of the same brand of colloidal
silver plus MSM drops
that Diane told me she used on her mole, and tried that for a couple of
weeks. It didn’t work. There was no change at all in the mole on my
So…clearly silver works on some moles, but not on others. Which tells me there are different kinds of moles with varying degrees of sensitivity to silver.
More About Moles
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, “the vast majority of moles are benign.” MedicineNet.com says, “It is normal to have between 10-40 moles by adulthood.”
WebMD says, “Moles occur when cells in the skin grow in a cluster instead of being spread throughout the skin. These cells are called melanocytes, and they make the pigment that gives skin its natural color. Moles may darken after exposure to the sun, during the teenage years, and during pregnancy.”
The Mayo Clinic says moles are “a common type of growth on
the skin” that “often appears as a small, dark brown spot caused by clusters of
pigmented cells.” Mayo Clinic also
reports, “Most moles are harmless. Rarely, they become cancerous.”
So mole removal is often done more for cosmetic purposes, than health purposes.
Most authoritative sources say the actual cause of moles (i.e., in other words, what causes the pigmented cells to grow in a cluster on the skin) is unknown.
Some researchers theorize that moles appearing on the body after birth might be caused by sunlight exposure. They base this on the notion that moles frequently occur on areas of the skin that tend to get exposed to sunlight (arms, legs, back, neck) but rarely occur on the buttocks.
However, one website (written by people with no medical credentials) claims “Moles, warts and skin tags are skin infections caused by specific viruses – wart viruses.”
Of course, medical researchers tend to agree that warts are generally caused by a virus – particularly the Human Papilloma Virus. But I’ve seen no medical evidence that moles are caused by a virus.
If some types of moles are indeed caused by a virus, while other types have non-viral causes, that might explain why colloidal silver appears to be helpful against some moles but not against others. After all, silver is highly antiviral; see the Colloidal Silver Kills Viruses website for documentation.
However, to date there’s no significant medical evidence that moles are caused by a virus like warts. Nevertheless, long-time colloidal silver researcher Dr. Robert C. Beck, Ph.D. has written in the past that “…some moles and warts vanish when colloidal silver is sprayed on body after bathing.”
To further complicate matters, some warts – including some viral warts -- can look suspiciously similar to moles, which might be a reason why silver seems to work on some “moles” and not others. It turns out that warts, in general, are often more easily eradicated through natural means than moles.
Finally, since silver ions have repeatedly been demonstrated by medical researchers such as Dr. Robert O. Becker, M.D. to help stimulate healing of wounds in human tissue, this could be the mechanism through which silver appears to help eradicate some moles, since they’re basically composed of damaged skin tissue. But even that notion is quite speculative.
The bottom line is that Dan F. and Diane R. were able to get
rid of their moles simply by applying colloidal silver to them. And if you’re minded to do the same, it just
*might* work for you, as well.
Make Your Own
High-Quality Colloidal Silver
If you’d like to see how simple and easy it is to make your own safe, natural colloidal silver with a brand new Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from the Silver Edge, just click the link in this sentence.
Keep in mind that colloidal silver has been used successfully for over 100 years now to kill disease-causing viruses, pathogenic fungi and yeast, and antibiotic-resistant bacteria (including MRSA).
· It even kills deadly microbes like E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, Salmonella typhimurium, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Klebsiela pneumonia. (See here.)
· It helps cure cold and flu viruses with ease. (See here.)
· What’s more, tooth and gum infections seem to be no match for colloidal silver, as well. (See here.)
· And its usage is highly recommended by experts such as TV’s Dr. Oz and world-famous heart surgeon Dr. Gerald Lemole. (See here.)
· Plus, it’s widely used as a safe, natural and non-toxic germ-busting household disinfectant. (See here.)
· And you can even make your own colloidal silver soap and colloidal silver gel, by watching the short video at the link in this sentence. (See here.)
· Colloidal silver is even being studied by respected clinical researchers as a safe, natural mouthwash which helps heal mouth ulcers and other oral infections. (See here.)
To learn more about how people just like you are already using colloidal silver to help keep their families safe and infection-free, be sure to read the colloidal silver testimonials page at TheSilverEdge.com website.
There, you’ll learn from hundreds of experienced colloidal silver users exactly how they’ve used colloidal silver to deal with MRSA infections, herpes infections, sore throats, eye infections, prostate infections, skin cancer, Candida yeast infections, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome…
…infected cuts and burns, Poison Ivy, Swine Flu, sinus infections, infected boils, earaches, pet infections, viral infections, upper respiratory infections, low energy levels, diarrhea, allergies, infected abscesses, gum disease, tinnitus, arthritis, Pink Eye, facial rash…
…infected teeth and root canals, colitis, mononucleosis, toenail fungus, athlete’s foot, bad breath, body odors, so-called “incurable” cancers such as renal carcinoma and others, urinary tract infections, catheter and Indiana Pouch infections…
…canker sores, insomnia, depression, dandruff, psoriasis, infectious peritonitis, antibiotic-resistant pneumonia, and yes, way more than I could list in such a short article!
If You’re Already Convinced…
So if you’re already convinced that safe, natural colloidal silver should be an important part of your natural health arsenal against infection and disease, and perhaps you’re sick and tired of paying greedy health food store vendors $20 to $30 or more for a tiny, 4-ounce bottle of colloidal silver…
… then be sure to click the link above in order to learn how to make your own high-quality colloidal silver, in the comfort and privacy of your own home, for less than 36 cents a quart.
Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver….
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
The Ultimate Colloidal Silver Manual
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