Your Questions Answered
Should colloidal silver be clear and colourless?
It is almost impossible to commercially produce a clear, colourless
colloidal silver of 40 ppm. A weak solution of 10 - 15 ppm will
be clear but as the solution becomes stronger the increased number
of colloidal particles reflect the light, giving the solution a
silvery or cloudy appearance.
Some manufacturers say colloidal silver should
be pale yellow or golden in appearance. Is this true?
Silver is one of the whitest of metals. It is never yellow or gold
in colour. If these colours are present in colloidal silver solution
then either, the solution has been artificially coloured, or, other
compounds are present.
Can strong solutions of colloidal silver lead
to toxicity of the kidneys and liver and become potentially dangerous?
Most colloidal silver particles are too large to pass into the blood
stream and therefore cannot reach the kidneys or liver. Some companies
may add silver salts to their solution to raise the level of parts
per million. Silver salts are soluble and the silver ions can pass
into the blood stream. Such solutions, when taken in large quantities,
or injections of silver, may result in toxicity and should never
be used except under strict medical supervision. Zenith Corporation
never adds silver salts to Quiksilver Colloidal silver.
I have heard that colloidal silver should
only be taken in low concentrations, as otherwise beneficial bacteria
will be destroyed. Is this true?
Some of the beneficial bacteria can be replaced by eating acidophilus
yoghurt, which replaces the beneficial, but not harmful, bacteria
in the intestinal tract.
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