Residents invited to test remedy

AN OLD remedy that has helped cure skin conditions around the world will soon be tested on the Fraser Coast.

Silver has been used to kill bacteria for more than 2000 years and scientists are now working at atomising silver and creating a cream that can be used at home to treat skin irritations.

A German company recently developed the technology to atomise silver, which will help get it to where it is needed.

The atomised silver will be floated in an all natural cream which can then be used to treat a variety of conditions, including acne, dermatitis, haemorrhoids, impetigo, eczema, cracked or chapped skin and many more.

The laboratory is looking for respondents who live and work in different climates and have chosen the sub-tropical Fraser Coast as one of its Australian survey centres.

A recent study by professors at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, says that more than 15 per cent of all medical consultations with GPs relate to skin conditions alone and that they are some of the most under-reported and under-treated conditions in Australia.

The survey will allow sufferers to experience the healing abilities of silver and report directly on how it has helped them and what healing effect it has had on differing conditions.

If you are interested in taking part in the survey, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and post it to MicroSilver Trials, PO Box 5432, Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655, to receive samples and survey response forms.



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