Avoid These Mistakes When Making Colloidal Silver

Things you need to know when making your own colloidal silver

Are sliver nanoparticles good or bad for you? To help answer this, we thought we’d round up seven facts about silver nano that may surprise you One: Silver nanoparticles are released from silverware. Drink water from a silver jug or eat with a silver spoon and you are drinking and eating silver nanoparticles. As silverware has been around since Roman times we’ve been doing this for a couple of millenia now and of course if you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth you’ve probably been doing it more than most.

Can you overdose on colloidal silver supplement?

People have been intentionally dosing themselves with silver nanoparticles for over a hundred years. Colloidal silver – suspensions of silver nanoparticles in a liquid – were popular before modern antibiotics came along Their use has become widespread again in recent years as a cure for well if you read the claims almost anything apparently. There is no clear evidence that drinking colloidal silver is good for you, but evidence never stopped people from self medicating before. Three: Silver nanoparticles are pretty good at killing microbes but it’s the silver ions that they slowly release that do most of the damage.

This means you don’t necessarily need nanoparticles make products that kill bugs using silver for instance, the Michigan company Crypton makes commercial fabrics used everywhere from Hyatt Hotels to McDonald’s that use silver ions to inhibit bacterial growth and products using X-Static silver technology are widely used by athletes, the military, medics, and others. Both companies use silver as an antibacterial agent but as far as can be told neither company uses nanoparticles. Four: It’s hard for pathogens to develop resistance to silver nanoparticles because they interfere with microbes in multiple different ways.

However, indiscriminate use of silver as an antibacterial agent could still increase the chances a resistance developing which isn’t great news if you’re relying on it to protect particularly vulnerable patients. Five: If you’re exposed to enough silver it’ll turn your skin blue, a condition called on Agryria. This is cosmetically interesting but not fatal. In fact it’s thought that Royal were originally called Blue Bloods because you guessed it those silver spoons turned their lips delicate shade royal blue.

Silver nanoparticles aren’t likely to be much more dangerous than other forms of silver in the human body as it’s the ions that cause the most damage. Although it’s still possible that research may throw up some surprises nanoparticles for instance might find it easier to get to sensetive places like inside cells before dissolving amd releasing their payload of silver ions. And we may still find that the nanoparticles trigger the body’s immune system in ways that ions do not. That said a couple of millenia of imbibing silver nanoparticles hasn’t thrown up any obvious risk red flags yet.

Ionic Silver can pollute the environment through leaching

In contrast silver is bad news for the environment. We learned this with environmental contamination from the photographic film industry. Silver nanoparticles were at least as harmful as the same amount of silver in any other form – possibly more so if the nanoparticles gets places other forms of silver cannot. This has got some people wondering whether putting silver everything from socks and kids toys to bed sheets and carpets is a bad idea. To learn more about silver nanoparticles check out the blurb below and as always please do join the conversation in the comments. Are sliver nanoparticles good or bad for you? To help answer this, we thought we’d round up seven facts about silver nano that may surprise you One: Silver nanoparticles are released from silverware. Drink water from a silver jug or eat with a silver spoon and you are drinking and eating silver nanoparticles. As silverware has been around since Roman times we’ve been doing this for a couple of millenia now and of course if you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth you’ve probably been doing it more than most.

Use of silver solutions in history

People have been intentionally dosing themselves with silver nanoparticles for over a hundred years. Colloidal silver – suspensions of silver nanoparticles in a liquid – were popular before modern antibiotics came along Their use has become widespread again in recent years as a cure for well if you read the claims almost anything apparently. There is no clear evidence that drinking colloidal silver is good for you, but evidence never stopped people from self medicating before. Three: Silver nanoparticles are pretty good at killing microbes but it’s the silver ions that they slowly release that do most of the damage.

This means you don’t necessarily need nanoparticles make products that kill bugs using silver for instance, the Michigan company Crypton makes commercial fabrics used everywhere from Hyatt Hotels to McDonald’s that use silver ions to inhibit bacterial growth and products using X-Static silver technology are widely used by athletes, the military, medics, and others. Both companies use silver as an antibacterial agent but as far as can be told neither company uses nanoparticles. Four: It’s hard for pathogens to develop resistance to silver nanoparticles because they interfere with microbes in multiple different ways.

Don’t use silver indiscriminately because long term excessive use of anything is bad for your body

Nothing in excess in the human body is ever a good thing!

However, indiscriminate use of silver as an antibacterial agent could still increase the chances a resistance developing which isn’t great news if you’re relying on it to protect particularly vulnerable patients. Five: If you’re exposed to enough silver it’ll turn your skin blue, a condition called on Agryria. This is cosmetically interesting but not fatal. In fact it’s thought that Royal were originally called Blue Bloods because you guessed it those silver spoons turned their lips delicate shade royal blue.

Silver nanoparticles aren’t likely to be much more dangerous than other forms of silver in the human body as it’s the ions that cause the most damage. Although it’s still possible that research may throw up some surprises nanoparticles for instance might find it easier to get to sensetive places like inside cells before dissolving amd releasing their payload of silver ions. And we may still find that the nanoparticles trigger the body’s immune system in ways that ions do not.

Seven: In contrast silver is bad news for the environment. We learned this with environmental contamination from the photographic film industry. Silver nanoparticles were at least as harmful as the same amount of silver in any other form – possibly more so if the nanoparticles gets places other forms of silver cannot. This has got some people wondering whether putting silver everything from socks and kids toys to bed sheets and carpets is a bad idea. To learn more about silver nanoparticles check out the blurb below and as always please do join the conversation in the comments.

My personal use of Colloidal Silver CS for flu and cold

After 5 years I’ve only had one mild cold and CS has successfully prevented flu symptoms and other illnesses from taking hold. I am no more resilient in bouncing back from flu and colds which would usually take twice as long to recover from.

Many commenters doubt my claim CS can be damaged during the creation phase. I found this visitor’s comment confirmed my claim best as follows:

Silver ions are unstable. And so the moment something is introduced into the solution, the ions will either bind or reduce with the added ingredients. Not to mention, loose their potential in the process.

I’d recommend this other micro particle colloidal silver in my links below because it has .0008 microns (independent lab certification) that makes it a more sophisticated to the human body where the amount of PPM isn’t the main issue that the micro size of the particles makes the difference for easy absorption into the body. For instance, the unit in this video has a lowest particle size setting of 1.5ma.

Don’t spray colloidal silver in your nose

One other important bit of information I’ve learned since this video’s release is that that using the nasal spray form of home made CS can cause complications in one’s nostrils, particularly dryness of the inner hair follicles that can once again cause congestion. I lost nearly all use of my right nostril due to dryness and another condition my nose doctor brought to my attention. Nose doctor’s don’t recommend CS nasal spray from home made kits.

I’ve only had one cold that last just a couple of days and haven’t had any bronchitis that used to knock me out for 4-6 weeks at a time and ruin my gut bacteria due to the antibiotics the doctor prescribed.

If one must purchase CS, the product Sovereign Silver’s the best seller on the market and even Natural News recommends it.

The coffee filter is for removing the silver particle debris from the solution that is dangerous to the human body. The laser pointer system doesn’t work well in my opinion, because silver ions do not give the Tyndall effect.

You can contaminate the solution during the home making process, it’s not potent when being made. People keep saying it can’t be contaminated and I disagree. People are far too casual making this stuff, there’s a reason it’s expensive on the market.

I know this is a poor man’s version of colloidal silver, it’s really ionic silver but most home made are ionic silver. It does what it’s supposed to do to prevent colds and if I can do that for cheap that’s fine with me.

CS really works to prevent colds and bugs, I haven’t had any since 2010 when I began taking it. Prior to that I got very sick each year with bronchitis in one month bouts. This stuff is miraculous in nipping cold bugs in the bud.

Since many videos already show the logistics of making colloidal silver, I offer a lot of important information in this video emphasizing things they often don’t. It’s easy to make colloidal silver, but it’s equally easy to make errors that can threaten one’s health. It’s important to emphasize what can go wrong and not make it look so easy to make this antibiotic.

To summarize this video the important points are:

  • Only use distilled water, don’t add “saline solution”. The saline is what caused the symptoms of the infamous blue man. Saline solution contaminates colloidal silver.
  • Make sure you clean all parts in distilled water and use medical grade gloves when preparing the solution. Be aware of contamination that could ruin your batch.
  • Prior to starting your solution, use an abrasive pad to scrap the silver rods, it creates a charge prior to placing in the water helpful to making the solution.
  • For the finest quality product, place on the lowest generator setting for the smallest particles possible. If you make a large batch, such that I do of 32 oz., you will need to interrupt the solution making to scrape off the silver rods. The reason is due to the long time period of 3-4 hours it will take to generate the solution. In this case it took 3 hours.
  • After the batch is done or you think it’s done, measure the PPM with a meter. In this case based on the size of the silver rods, it should read 5 ppm after 3 hours.
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Adrian Silvery