Argyria is A side effect of Silver when made with inferior water, heavy metal and taken in excess, was a condition called Argyria. The cause of this is when silver particles become lodged under the skin, fingernails and under the eyes giving the skin a blue grey look. Silver today is made in Colloidal form … Continue reading What is Argyria?
The recommended amount of Colloidal Silver to purify 20 liters (5 gallons) of water would be approximately 12 tablespoons (3/4 cup) at a strength of 10ppm.
Yes. If Colloidal Silver is stored within the magnetic field of electrical devices such as TV’s, Microwaves refrigerators’ or washing machines, the electrical charge on the Silver colloids can be destroyed by that magnetic field. Most bottles of Colloidal Silver have an expiry date stamped on the bottle.
Adult Dosage Maintenance Dose: 10mls twice a day (morning and night) Suffering from a specific complaint: 20mls four times a day for two days, then 20mls twice a day for two days, then revert back to maintenance dose. Dosage for Children 2 – 10 years Maintenance Dose: 5mls twice a day (morning and night) Suffering … Continue reading How do I know how much to take?
Store away from sunlight and other bright lights. Bright lights can cause the Colloidal Silver to oxidize, falling out of suspension, and your Colloidal Silver will lose its potency. Storage Temperature: Store in a dark place, somewhere where the temperature does not fluctuate too much. Colloidal Silver is best stored at room temperature, a dark … Continue reading How do I store my Colloidal Silver?
Almost anywhere you can place it. Inside the body by swallowing. In the ears. Eyes and up the nose with a sprayer, nasal sprayer or dropper. On any external part of the body by spraying or on a soaked pad, or as a gel. In the lungs with a nebulizer.
When first made, Colloidal silver is clear, like water. It can take up to 36 hours to develop into a pale gold colour. It has the consistency of water with a slight metallic taste. If your Colloidal Silver is a muddy brown colour or has a pink tinge to it, then it has been contaminated … Continue reading What does it look and taste like?
To demonstrate ionic silver content, all that is needed, is a chloride ion source to be added to a small amount of colloidal silver. Normal table salt is sodium chloride (NaCl). When table salt is dissolved in water it decomposes into sodium ions and chloride ions. To demonstrate: Place a small amount (1-2 ounces) of … Continue reading Is there a simple way to demonstrate the ionic silver present?
Colloidal silver can enter the bloodstream directly by at least two different means. The first is through the lungs by using a nebulizer to convert the colloidal silver into micron size droplets and then inhaling these droplets. The small size of the silver particles and silver ions will pass through the lung tissue directly into … Continue reading How else can colloidal silver particles get into the body?
Upon ingestion, the ionic silver present in most colloidal silver solutions will immediately come into contact with the hydrochloric (HCl) acid that normally exists in the stomach to digest food. The chloride ion from the hydrochloric acid combines at once with the silver ion to form silver chloride, an insoluble silver compound. Since hydrochloric acid … Continue reading What happens when colloidal silver is ingested?