Ionic Colloidal Silver for scars?
Forum: Colloidal Silver
- Ionic Colloidal Silver for scars?
it says :
"Why is the ionic component important
Ionic silver has the proven ability to cause DNA to dedifferentiate or revert back to stem cells (See The Electric Body by Robert Becker). Normally once DNA has expressed certain genes, it cannot return, so once a cell is skin, or a blood cell, it cannot morph to another cell type. Now, if you apply silver ions to a burn or an injury, the blood cells can convert to the necessary skin, nerve and other cell types as needed. Without it, they can only form scar tissue. So using an EIS that has ionic content promotes healing without scarring. I personally cut the end off of my thumb and kept the stub wet with EIS for days. The result was a complete regrowth with fingerprint, so now I can't even tell which thumb was cut. Burns, even 3rd degree burns, can heal without scarring when silver ions are present. This is used by many burn units now, with such products as Silverlon bandages and acticoat."
I would like to know more about this if possible and the question I have is if applying ionic Colloidal Silver topically as is or in gel form would have any effects on old scars, or if it can only prevent new scars if applied to fresh wounds. Which would then potentially raise the question of if a wound occured over an old scar if applying CS to the new wound would result in the healed area reverting to it's "natural", or original state.
Any info is much appreciated
To elaborate further, I will pose a question/theory I would appreciate help with. In my understanding, cells are continuously dying off and being replaced with new ones. I assume this also includes skin cells. As scars tend to remain dispite this process, does this suggest that those composing skin cells and the ones that replace them have been "programmed" or "differentiated" to continue to express that scar appearance? Would the application of Ionic CS cause the existing cells or new ones to "dedifferentiate" and revert to a "natural" or original state, or is it only blood that is capable of this as opposed to surface skin cells?
The source above lists an example of cutting off the tip of their thumb and coating the wound in ionic CS resulting in a healthy regrowth, or an original or "natural state". One has to wonder if the thumb had been "sealed" by "conventional" means resulting in closed skin (eg. the same result as an amputation) if such a regrowth would be possible, just by my own imagination it seems far less likely a regrowth would then occur either by application of ionic CS to the thumb as is or somehow trying to reopen the wound and covering it in CS. I'm not stating anything as fact here I'm theorizing and would love any and all input.
This idea basically raises the following question.
Assuming that "if you apply silver ions to a burn or an injury, the blood cells can convert to the necessary skin, nerve and other cell types as needed." is true,
Then does that mean that when skin is in it's natural or original state and incurs a wound, it is the time period between wound opening and healing/closing of the skin that determines the new "natural" state forever? Or can skin that has incurred a wound and closed with the formation of scar tissue revert to it's "true" "natural state" (as a result of Ionic Colloidal Silver "causing DNA to dedifferentiate or revert back to stem cells") even after the skin has already "healed" resulting in a scar?
I'm sorry if I'm repeating myself I may not being doing a good enough job of expressing my thoughts.
Any and all thoughts, experiences or sources are appreciated
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