Treatment for Molluscum Contagiosum Viral Infection – Actual Case


before pic According to the CDC “Molluscum contagiosum is an infection caused by a poxvirus (molluscum contagiosum virus). The result of the infection is usually a benign, mild skin disease characterized by lesions (growths) that may appear anywhere on the body. Within 6-12 months, Molluscum contagiosum typically resolves without scarring but may take as long as 4 years.”

These lesions, tend to be small, raised, and usually white, pink, or flesh-colored with a dimple or pit in the center. They can become itchy, sore, red, and/or swollen. They may occur anywhere on the body including on the face, neck, arms, legs, abdomen, and genital area, alone or in groups.

I recently had a client that I’ve known for over 10 years contact me regarding her grandson. Apparently, he had been diagnosed with Molluscum contagiosum on his neck two months prior. The doctor’s had told the mother that they could not do anything for her son. The virus would have to go through its course and that it would eventually resolve itself. The child was in kindergarten and other children had begun to tease him. All this was unacceptable to his grandma.

When my client contacted me to see if I could help, I was not sure I could because I had never had the opportunity to help someone with the Molluscum contagiosum virus. I suggested to use a small spray bottle with colloidal silver and spray it on the affected area twice a day (I recommended Nature’s Sunshine Silver Shield colloidal silver). Additionally, I suggested the child take 1 tsp. of colloidal silver per day. Colloidal silver is a natural anti-bacterial and anti-viral alternative. For more information about colloidal silver go to this article I wrote: Natural Antibiotic

The mother was diligent and a month later my client sent me the following pictures. I applaud grandma and mom for their desire to seek out an alternative to help this child heal.

Prior to treatment (above picture is the same child):
before pic

After treatment:
after pic with colloidal silver treatment

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