Because it’s an open wound, an abscess can expose the blood flow to possible bacterial contamination. It is very important to kill the bacteria in the wound.
An alkaline structured silver can be used as a mouth rinse for an abscess in the mouth. Hold one ounce of liquid in your mouth for at least six minutes, two to three times a day. It can then be swallowed, providing an internal rinse as well.
You can also use liquid silver as a rinse for an abscess on the outside of your body. When you first clean the abscess, rinse it with silver liquid. If it requires a bandage, soak the gauze bandage in liquid structured silver and put a drop of gel on the surface before taping it into place.
For a very small abscess, you can simply put a drop of the silver gel on a Band-Aid and place it over the abscess. For a large abscess, spray the gel or the liquid silver on the wound one to four times a day.
– excerpt from the 2014 book “A New Fighting Chance”
by Dr. Gordon Pedersen