colloidal silver


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colloidal silver

[kə′lȯid·əl ′sil·vər]
(materials)
Finely divided particles of silver, sometimes used on terminals of electronic components to give a larger surface area for connections.
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For many years consumers have asked for topical versions of the MesoSilver colloidal silver products.
This information addresses an area of interest to thousands of people who take silver supplements for health purposes, an interest which has been largely fueled by the high-profile case of a man who turned his skin blue by consuming massive quantities of home-made colloidal silver on a daily basis for years.
Today, colloidal silver continues to be used as a preventative method for illness and disease.
Because of the increased value that we can realize from the use of silver, in the making of colloidal silver, the new investment will help insure revenues for the company even when the market is plagued by low precious metals prices.
Only "Silver 100" is true colloidal silver, made with pure pharmaceutical grade silver.
A reputable colloidal silver is available from Amazon.
It all began when he developed eczema or dermatitis (a chronic disorder that involves scaly and itchy rashes) 20 years ago, and tried to self-treat it by consuming the colloidal silver he had prepared at home.
3) Colloidal silver, in which silver particles down to the nanoscale are suspended in liquid, has been used for health and medical reasons since the early twentieth century and is now marketed as a dietary supplement and alternative medicine cure-all.
Prior to World War II the most powerful antibacterial and antifungal substance known to medicine was a colloidal silver - small particles of silver suspended in a fluid.
Antimicrobial activity of colloidal silver is well known since the 19th century.
In the latest New Zealand Medical Journal Digest, doctors Shaun Holt and Sarah Jeffries and health psychologist Andrew Gilbey claimed colloidal silver, deer velvet, arnica and rescue remedy are a "waste of time and money" and sometimes harmful.