Colloidal silver (50 ppm, energized)
Before the introduction of European legislation on medical products, colloidal silver was seen as an innocent antibiotic. It has been used since ancient times to combat harmful bacteria and microorganisms. Nowadays this application is prohibited by the legislator. It can only be applied externally.
What is colloidal silver, how is it made?
By passing a weak electric current through 2 bars of pure silver and distilled water, tiny silver particles are absorbed by the water. Such a silver particle is called colloid and is the smallest possible part of a substance with the characteristic properties of this substance. Silver colloids are between 0.0001 and 0.01 microns in size and are therefore able to invade, for example, a virus. The electrical charge of the particles keeps them floating in the water (Braunsche effect). The highest particle concentration of available colloidal silver is 50 ppm (parts per million).
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Photo: silver atom.