Tag: bacteria


Colloidal Silver: Uses, Precautions, and Potential Benefits

Colloidal silver is a suspension of microscopic silver particles in a liquid medium. It has been traditionally used for wound care and water purification. Contemporary uses include topical applications, oral consumption for immune support, and as an alternative treatment for certain eye infections. While colloidal silver may have antimicrobial properties, aid in wound healing, and […]


Plum Island Research and the Lyme Disease Epidemic

In the 1970s-1980s, researchers at the Plum Island Animal Disease Center conducted tick experiments to study Lyme disease. Speculation arose regarding a connection between the experiments and the subsequent epidemic, but there is no conclusive evidence supporting this claim. The research aimed to understand the disease rather than intentionally cause it. AD SAMSARA HERBS TICK […]


What Are Postbiotics? | Q&A

Postbiotics are biologically active compounds that are produced by the metabolic activity of probiotic bacteria, either during fermentation or in the gut. They include short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), enzymes, peptides, organic acids, and polysaccharides, among others. These compounds have been shown to have beneficial effects on human health, particularly in the gut, where they can […]