Silverquine Animal Wound Dressing Gel has been tested and proven to kill candida in multiple different studies. For example, in one kill time study, Silverquine achieved a 99.98% kill on 1.3 million colony forming units of candida in one hour. The level of candida tested in this study is 10,000 times more than what any fungal disease your pet may have, yet Silverquine Animal Wound Dressing Gel killed it in one hour. A separate study of Silverquine Animal Wound Dressing Gel evaluated its efficacy against 1.4 million yeast pathogens (again 10,000 times more yeast than what your animal friend will deal with) and Silverquine killed all yeast as early as one hour and at seven days there was no regrowth. Although candida causes most fungal conditions in animals, other yeasts such as Aspergillus niger can also cause issues with animals. Silverquine has demonstrated strong killing power against this yeast as well.
Other animal skin conditions are commonly caused by bacteria. Whether it is a skin irritation, cut, laceration, abrasion, 1st or 2nd degree burn, these conditions all frequently become worse and turn into wounds due to being infected with bacteria. Staphylococcus and Streptococcus are the most frequent types of bacteria involved in animal wounds, but dirty wounds can also be infected with other nasty bacteria such as Pseudomonas and E.coli, to name a few. Silverquine Animal Wound Dressing Gel has been tested against all of these types of bacteria and been found to have quick, efficient, killing power. Silverquine’s Gel has unique mechanism of action allows the therapy to quickly reduce bacterial loads which in turn promotes quicker healing times of wounds.
It is important to keep in mind that while Silverquine Animal Wound Dressing Gel may inhibit various pathogens that cause these skin conditions, it is doing so in a healthy manner that does not inhibit stem cell activity, does not damage healthy tissue, and promotes more natural and quicker healing.
Last but not least, Silverquine Gel does not produce any false positives or negatives in competition animals and is test free.
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