When you’ve got children, you seem to be regularly dipping into the first aid kit. With cuts and bruises being a regular occurrence, as well as bug bites or nettle stings. The other thing with having little ones is that I want to keep things as natural as possible. Pumping them full of chemicals doesn’t seem to solve the issue but just cover it up. So along with essential oils that we use for first aid, I have been looking at other natural options. I have recently come across Nano Silver water from Noble Naturals and have been trying it out.
What is Nano Silver Water?
In basic terms, Nano Silver is mineral water with nano clusters of silver in it. The water used is purified and contains positively charge particles of silver. Because the metal (silver) is positively charged, it leads to negatively charged organisms to be removed from the body. Unlike antibiotics, it doesn’t lead to any of the body’s good bacteria to be destroyed. As those are the only ingredients, it doesn’t contain any allergens. So it is suitable for children as well as adults.
What Can It Be Used For?
As the nano silver kills bacteria within minutes, it can be used in several ways. It can be used for:
- treating bug bites or stings
- nappy rashes
- burns and cuts
- tooth ache
- eye infections
- irritated skin conditions
Is Nano Silver Worth Buying?
After using this for a few weeks, I have found that it does work. It is a handy thing to just have in at home. Max can be a little clumsy when we are out on walks and he brushed his hand past some nettles a few days ago. When we got home we immediately used the nano silver and he stopped complaining of any pain or stinging within minutes.
It doesn’t have a scent, and is just like a bottle of water. I have been using it on my skin too, when I have had break outs. I have also had some irritated eye skin around my eyes for a while recently, and have been using that to stop the irritation. My skin has been looking better, as I presume the bacteria on my skin and spots is killed.
A 100ml bottle of the nano silver costs £28 when you buy online. This is probably quite a lot of money. But used sparingly, it will last you a long time. You only need a few drops each time. So if natural skincare or health products are important to you, then it is worth it. A 200ml bottle is £32 and a litre bottle is £45, so if you did want to buy it, it would be more cost effective getting a larger bottle.
Have you ever heard of this before? All in all, I would recommend it!
*the nano silver was gifted in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.