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There Are No Incurable Diseases: Says The…

There Are No Incurable Diseases: Says The World's Greatest Doctor

by J. Eugene Wilson J.D.

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J. Eugene Wilson had his own experience with a medical problem after writing this book. He had a tooth ache and went to the dentist. The dentist wanted to prescribe him some pain medicine, but J. Eugene Wilson said, “No thank you, I will not use it; I have colloidal silver that I can take for the pain.” J. Eugene gargled with the colloidal silver four times over a two day period. Colloidal silver is a liquid suspension of microscopic particles of silver. A colloid is technically defined as particles which remain suspended without forming an ionic, or dissolved solution. Colloidal silver with concentrations of 30 parts per million (ppm) or less are typically manufactured using an electrolysis process, whereas colloidal silver with higher concentrations of 50 ppm or more are usually silver compounds that have been bound with a protein. J. Eugene Wilson took 10 parts per million and had no pain after he took the colloidal silver.

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