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Silver-laced bandages.
An example of the element Silver

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Silver Silver-laced bandages
Silver-laced bandages.
Silver has anti-microbial properties, so it's not completely silly to make bandages with a small amount of silver dust in them. Considering that this package cost only a dollar, there's surely not very much silver in there, which is probably a good thing as too much can be toxic.
Personally, I'll stick with Neosporin.
Source: Dollar Store
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 30 September, 2008
Text Updated: 1 October, 2008
Price: $1
Size: 2.5"
Purity: 99.9%
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