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Silver is a natural antibiotic. It is active against bacterias, viruses, fungis or parasites. Silver inhibits the growth and reproduction of bacterias. Silver's antibacterial activity is so outstanding that it has been selected among twenty products to treat and purify U.S. space program's water - link -

Still widespread in hospitals a century ago, its therapeutic use will gradually disappear at the dawn of the 1940s under the emergence of new treatments for synthetic antibiotics.   

The various uses of silver as an antimicrobial have a long historical precedence and are reported in the practices of many peoples around the world. Its anti-infectious properties have been known since the beginning of the 20th century, when German researchers conducted the first scientific observations on this subject.   

The overwhelming success of antibiotics had led to the belief that infectious diseases would forever disappear from the surface of the globe. But with the appearance of resistant strains (in Japan, from the end of the 1950s) and then with the progressive generalization of this phenomenon, the reign of antibiotics vascillates. So much so that we have come to speak of a real "antibiotic crisis".   

The silver molecule is not a creation of man but a natural trace element. Since the 90s and without benefit of advertising, there is a resurgence of the use of silver for its antibiotic and antimicrobial properties.






What are colloids ?


What are colloids in biology ? Colloid comes from the Greek kolla (glue), the term usually refers to small objects scattered in a continuous medium. In a fluid, it forms a homogeneous dispersion of particles whose dimensions range from nanometer to micrometer. Colloids are infinitely small particles, up to 2000 times smaller than a living cell.

Colloidal Silver is therefore not a chemical compound containing Silver, but as the name implies pure metallic silver held in suspension in pure water. Each colloid has an electric charge. An electrostatic barrier acts as a stabilizing force and prevents the aggregation of particles together.

Colloids are common in the living. They are synthesized by many species, fungal, bacterial, vegetable or animal. We speak of "suspension" for a colloid and not of "solution". Colloidal suspensions are intermediate between suspensions (particles larger than a micrometer) and solutions (composed of particles smaller than a nanometer).







Silver colloids


Dr. Becker, author of The Body Electric (1985), studied the mechanism by which silver ions regenerate tissue:

"The silver ions form a complex with the living cells around the wound to produce immediately convertible stem cells." The result of this conversion is that the stem cells provide all the components necessary for the complete restoration of any atomic structure. . "

Silver in its colloidal form acts as a carrier of hydrogen anions or hydrides of hydrogen. Over time, the hydride ions are released by the colloidal transporter and act as donor electrons to neutralize the EOR (reactive oxygen species) in the body, thus reducing the radical damage. According to the existing scientific literature, colloidal silver can also approach the action of a broad-spectrum antibiotic. Its presence regulates an enzyme acting locally against bacteria, fungi or viruses by installing external resistance. By this, these organisms become inactivated in a contact time of about 6 minutes, sometimes less. As verified by UCLA's medical laboratory, they regress in their cyclogenesis and then die.

Polymorphic microbes as well as mutants are also sensitive to this colloid. The majority of prescription-only antibiotics kill only a portion of the disease-causing agents, while colloidal silver is effective against approximately 650 different diseases. Veterinarians find a solution for the dog parovirus and other diseases of small and large animals. Silver can be used as a prophylactic, as protection from nature, acting by facilitating the strengthening of the immune system. Recently, this solution has proven effective in the drainage after removal of dental amalgam. The British Medical Journal also reports that inflammatory conditions are regulated in a short time and that the healing process is significantly improved.

In a study done, in part, by the Institute of Microbiology in Rome, Italy, and published in Applied Microbiology and the Environment in December 1992, different forms of silver were tested to verify their ability to kill microorganisms. organizations. Pure electro-colloidal silver was more effective than silver nitrate, silver chloride, and silver sulphadiazine, for their ability to act as a broad-range germicide. For all the species of bacteria, fungi, and fungi tested, pure electro-colloidal silver was the best-functioning, and at much lower concentrations. They concluded that any additive reduced the efficiency of pure silver ions; the silver salts appeared to be 100 times less effective.



Qualities associated with silver

. Antibiotic
. antibacterial
. antifungal
. Healing
. Anti-inflammatory
. antiviral
. Local Analgesic
. Immunity reinforcement






Uses of colloidal silver


Disinfectant (sponge, toothbrush, comb and hairbrush, fruit-vegetable rinsing). Treatment and watering of plants. Purification of the water (3 teaspoons colloidal silver 15ppm for 1 liter of water). Ingestion. Inhalation and nebulization. Local application (burns, wounds, insect bites). Eyes, 3 drops of AC. Nasal, oral, vaginal lavage. ENT ...



Our advice

- Do not use a metal spoon, plastic being the ideal
- Do not drink from the bottle
- Do not add anything to the liquid
- Do not expose to direct sunlight
- The optimal storage conditions are between 10 - 20 degrees






Are there any side effects ?


If ingested, colloidal silver may cause (not always) a Herxeimer reaction. This reaction occurs when the body fails to evacuate the waste caused by the lysis of too many pathogens. For example following the taking of antibiotics especially in the context of bacterial or parasitic infection. It results in both a general reaction (fever, muscle pain, sweating) and an exacerbation of symptoms. If the elimination reaction becomes troublesome, it is possible to reduce or temporarily stop silver intake.




Are there other risks related to silver consumption ?


At this dilution, no serious adverse or collateral effects of colloidal silver are known. In excess, the massive ingestion of silver can cause argyria, a bluish coloration of the skin. A famous example on the internet is that of Paul Karason, an American with argyria. Mr. Karason consumed for several months a mixture of silver salts with a concentration of 450 ppm, at very large doses (~ 400 ml). The concentration of colloidal silver preparations sold commercially generally ranges from 5 to 20 ppm, without exceeding 30 ml per day. They are strictly ionic / colloidal without addition of salt. In case you want to buy a generator and produce your own colloidal silver, always opt for the most sophisticated models, able to operate on mains socket. Without battery. And without addition of salts.




Digestive interactions of the liquid


There are several methods to reduce the likelihood of digestive interactions with the good bacteria in the intestinal flora, which the body needs. The simplest way is to gargle the silver colloid in your mouth for 1 minute. This allows absorption of the silver colloid in the body without passage through the intestinal tract. Another method is to take smaller doses several times a day, or with meals. If, however, you notice that the flora has been damaged, everyone can use a probiotic cure, for example by taking one of the acidophilius products available on the market. (See our article on Probiotics)




Regain of interest around silver


More than 70 years ago the colloidal silver solution was of general use. Following an increase in manufacturing costs, it became unsaleable. In the 1930s, the day of care arrived at the exorbitant price of 225 US dollars. Laboratory work had become too expensive. Following a revolution in the preparatory mode, it has now become possible to manufacture this solution at more affordable prices. The material is within the reach of everyone and its use has become democratized. As far as the cosmetics and household sector is concerned, it is possible to observe a renewed interest of certain companies for the properties of silver (deodorants, soaps, wipes, detergents ...)





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Silver is a natural antibiotic. It is active against bacterias, viruses, fungis or parasites. Silver inhibits the growth and reproduction of bacterias. Silver's antibacterial activity is so outstanding that it has been selected among twenty products to treat and purify U.S. space program's water - link -

Silver was widespread in hospitals a century ago, its therapeutic use will gradually disappear at the dawn of the 1940s under the emergence of new treatments for synthetic antibiotics.

The various uses of silver as an antimicrobial have a long historical precedence and are reported in the practices of many peoples around the world. Its anti-infectious properties have been known since the beginning of the 20th century, when German researchers conducted the first scientific observations on this subject.

The overwhelming success of antibiotics had led to the belief that infectious diseases would forever disappear from the surface of the globe. But with the appearance of resistant strains (in Japan, from the end of the 1950s) and then with the progressive generalization of this phenomenon, the reign of antibiotics vascillates. So much so that we have come to speak of a real "antibiotic crisis".

The silver molecule is not a creation of man but a natural trace element. Since the 90s and without benefit of advertising, there is a resurgence of the use of silver for its antibiotic and antimicrobial properties.



What's a colloid ?


What are colloids in biology ? Colloid comes from the Greek kolla (glue), the term usually refers to small objects scattered in a continuous medium. In a fluid, it forms a homogeneous dispersion of particles whose dimensions range from nanometer to micrometer. Colloids are infinitely small particles, up to 2000 times smaller than a living cell.

Colloidal Silver is therefore not a chemical compound containing Silver, but as the name implies pure metallic silver held in suspension in pure water. Each colloid has an electric charge. An electrostatic barrier acts as a stabilizing force and prevents the aggregation of particles together.

Colloids are common in the living. They are synthesized by many species, fungal, bacterial, vegetable or animal. We speak of "suspension" for a colloid and not of "solution". Colloidal suspensions are intermediate between suspensions (particles larger than a micrometer) and solutions (composed of particles smaller than a nanometer).




Silver colloids


Le Dr Becker, auteur de The Body Electric (1985), étudia le mécanisme par lequel les ions d'argent régénèrent les tissus :

Dr. Becker, author of The Body Electric (1985), studied the mechanism by which silver ions regenerate tissue:

"The silver ions form a complex with the living cells around the wound to produce immediately convertible stem cells." The result of this conversion is that the stem cells provide all the components necessary for the complete restoration of any atomic structure."

Silver in its colloidal form acts as a carrier of hydrogen anions or hydrides of hydrogen. Over time, the hydride ions are released by the colloidal transporter and act as donor electrons to neutralize the EOR (reactive oxygen species) in the body, thus reducing the radical damage. According to the existing scientific literature, colloidal silver can also approach the action of a broad-spectrum antibiotic. Its presence regulates an enzyme acting locally against bacteria, fungi or viruses by installing external resistance. By this, these organisms become inactivated in a contact time of about 6 minutes, sometimes less. As verified by UCLA's medical laboratory, they regress in their cyclogenesis and then die.

Polymorphic microbes as well as mutants are also sensitive to this colloid. The majority of prescription-only antibiotics kill only a portion of the disease-causing agents, while colloidal silver is effective against approximately 650 different diseases. Veterinarians find a solution for the dog parovirus and other diseases of small and large animals. Silver can be used as a prophylactic, as protection from nature, acting by facilitating the strengthening of the immune system. Recently, this solution has proven effective in the drainage after removal of dental amalgam. The British Medical Journal also reports that inflammatory conditions are regulated in a short time and that the healing process is significantly improved.

In a study done, in part, by the Institute of Microbiology in Rome, Italy, and published in Applied Microbiology and the Environment in December 1992, different forms of silver were tested to verify their ability to kill microorganisms. organizations. Pure electro-colloidal silver was more effective than silver nitrate, silver chloride, and silver sulphadiazine, for their ability to act as a broad-range germicide. For all the species of bacteria, fungi, and fungi tested, pure electro-colloidal silver was the best-functioning, and at much lower concentrations. They concluded that any additive reduced the efficiency of pure silver ions; the silver salts appeared to be 100 times less effective.



Qualities associated with silver

. Antibiotic
. Antibacterial
. Antifongic
. Healing
. Anti-inflammatory
. Antiviral
. Analgesic
. Strenghten immunity





Uses of colloidal silver


Disinfectant (sponge, toothbrush, comb and hairbrush, fruit-vegetable rinsing).
Treatment and watering of plants.
Water purification (3 teaspoons colloidal silver 15ppm for 1 liter of water).
Ingestion.
Inhalation and nebulization.
Local application (burns, wounds, insect bites).
Eyes, 3 drops of AC. Nasal, oral, vaginal lavage. ENT ...

Our advices


- Do not use a metal spoon, plastic being the ideal
- Do not drink from the bottle
- Do not add anything to the liquid
- Do not expose to direct sunlight
- The optimal storage conditions are between 10 - 20 degrees




Are there side effects ?


If ingested, colloidal silver may cause a Herxeimer reaction. This reaction occurs when the body fails to evacuate the waste caused by the lysis of too many pathogens. For example following the taking of antibiotics especially in the context of bacterial or parasitic infection. It results in both a general reaction (fever, muscle pain, sweating) and an exacerbation of symptoms. If the elimination reaction becomes troublesome, it is possible to reduce or temporarily stop silver intake.




Are there other risks
related to colloidal silver consumption ?


At this dilution, no serious adverse or collateral effects of colloidal silver are known. In excess, the massive ingestion of silver can cause argyria, a bluish coloration of the skin. A famous example on the internet is that of Paul Karason, an American with argyria. Mr. Karason consumed for several months a mixture of silver salts with a concentration of 450 ppm, at very large doses (~ 400 ml). The concentration of colloidal silver preparations sold commercially generally ranges from 5 to 20 ppm, without exceeding 30 ml per day. They are strictly ionic / colloidal without addition of salt. In case you want to buy a generator and produce your own colloidal silver, always opt for the most sophisticated models, able to operate on mains socket. Without battery. And without addition of salts.




Digestive interactions of the liquid


There are several methods to reduce the likelihood of digestive interactions with the good bacteria in the intestinal flora, which the body needs. The simplest way is to gargle the silver colloid in your mouth for 1 minute. This allows absorption of the silver colloid in the body without passage through the intestinal tract. Another method is to take smaller doses several times a day, or with meals. If, however, you notice that the flora has been damaged, everyone can use a probiotic cure, for example by taking one of the acidophilius products available on the market. (See our article on probiotics)




Regain of interest around silver


More than 70 years ago the colloidal silver solution was of general use. Following an increase in manufacturing costs, it became unsaleable. In the 1930s, the day of care arrived at the exorbitant price of 225 US dollars. Laboratory work had become too expensive. Following a revolution in the preparatory mode, it has now become possible to manufacture this solution at more affordable prices. The material is within the reach of everyone and its use has become democratized. As far as the cosmetics and household sector is concerned, it is possible to observe a renewed interest of certain companies for the properties of silver (deodorants, soaps, wipes, detergents ...)













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