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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-24-2009, 10:00 PM Thread Starter
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IS IT SAFE TO USE PEACE AND KINDNESS BY CHRIS CHRISTENSEN

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I got the peace and kindness spray at the National's after it was recomended for Bailey's tearing problem by a couple of people at the National's but after I purchased it I was talking to a woman who was grooming her dog for the show and she told me that Bailey would get an infection if I use that product on her eyes. Soo now I am confused is this product good or not??? HELP!!!

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I'm interested to see what others say about this. I bought some just to have on hand in case I needed it for wounds. I don't think I would have tried it on the eye area, though...

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I haven't tried but I was eyeing it Nationals, now after reading about it I wish I had picked up some! Definitely going to have to order some now.

Btw, it was nice meeting you @ Nationals

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Here are the links that I found. Hth!

http://www.kellycolloidalsilver.com/...55/page/211621

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What Are Some Uses For Colloidal Silver?
*Colloidal silver is tasteless, odorless, non-stinging and non-burning to sensitive tissues - - even a baby's eyes. It may be taken orally, applied directly to cuts, scrapes, open sores, warts or used as a rinse for acne, eczema and other skin irritations. It may be gargled, dropped into eyes or ears, used vaginally, anally, atomized or inhaled into the nose or lungs.

http://www.naturalnews.com/010038.html
Topically, it can be used to fight fungal infections of the skin or nails and to promote the healing of burns, wounds, cuts, rashes, and sunburn. It can be used on toothaches and mouth sores, as eye drops, and as a gargle to fight tooth decay and bad breath. It can also be used as sterilizer and can even be sprayed on air-conditioning filters and air ducts and vents to prevent germs from growing.
Prescription For Nutritional Healing by Phyllis A Balch CNC and James F Balch MD, page 66

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I guess I can use it . I really got nervous when the woman I was talking to said that it would harm my dog but I only hear good things about it online.

It was great meeting everyone at Nationals:0)

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Elizabeth,
I bought this spray too(a small bottle) to try on Quince's muzzle staining. This is what they recommended to me. I trusted them.

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Elizabeth,
I bought this spray too(a small bottle) to try on Quince's muzzle staining. This is what they recommended to me. I trusted them.
Let me know how it works for you

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Bumping up this thread. How is it working for those who bought it?

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I'd like to know, too!

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I would hope someone asked their vet about this. Personally, I would never put anything into their eyes unless it was a vet ophthalmic solution. I know no one asked my opinion, and I am butting in, but I don't believe all the things said about collidol silver and its safety. Most of these sites are selling the product.

Now, if you found studies on PubMed, or the nih.gov sites, then that would be worth considering. But, even then, I would only use human grade substances as the manufacturing process and quality standards for dogs would likely be much more lax -- inviting the potential for harmful substances into the solution.

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Lynn, I don't think anyone has advocated using it in the eyes. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think it was meant for staining on the hair.
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