What is an ultrasonic nebuliser?
A nebuliser is a device that converts liquid into aerosol droplets suitable for inhalation. Ultrasonic nebulisers nebulise liquids very fast and very quietly using ultrasonic sound waves in the conversion of liquid medicine into a vapour-like fine mist: this process is called ‘ultrasound atomisation’.
Why use an ultrasonic nebuliser?
Ultrasonic nebulisers deliver extra fine and ultra small vapour/mist for effective absorption deep in the respiratory system, so are useful in the treatment of the upper and lower respiratory tract conditions (e.g. colds and asthma) and for the relief of other respiratory diseases.
Who can use an ultrasonic nebuliser?
A portable ultrasonic nebuliser is effective and versatile and can be used at home and during travel; for adults and children.
How to nebulise with colloidal silver
How to use your nebuliser
Carefully measure the colloidal silver exactly as you have been instructed. Use a clean measuring device or the maximum fill line in the nebuliser cup. If you overfill the cup, the nebuliser may not produce a mist.
Sit up straight on a comfortable chair. (Relax and get comfortable.) If you are using a mask, position it comfortably and securely on your face. The cup will not spill when tilted 45 degrees, but may drip at greater angles.
If you are using a mouthpiece, place it between your teeth and seal your lips around it. Take slow, deep breaths through your mouth. (If using a mask for sinus problems, breathe in through your nose, if possible.) Hold each breath for two to three seconds before breathing out. This allows the colloidal silver to settle into the airways.
With a serious lung infection, using a colloidal silver nebuliser can be quite painful at first. Proper breathing is an excellent step toward successful nebuliser use. Breathing in slowly allows the colloidal silver to coat the lungs with enough left over to travel into the deeper reaches of the lungs. For the treatment to be as successful as possible, it is important that the fine mist reach the actual location of the infection. Breathing from the diaphragm allows one to both completely fill and completely empty the lungs.
Ultrasonic portable nebuliser: only £25 (including a small bottle of colloidal silver)