I test every batch of
Colloidal Silver I make with a Hanna PWT Meter to make sure that the water
quality is excellent and the finished product is 10ppm. I only use bottled
mineral water which then gets steam distilled before I make the CS with 99.999%
pure silver rods. That way I know I am making the highest quality Colloidal
Silver. I purchased my CS generator from
www.silvergen.com as they are meant to be one of the best in the
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(inc free P&P):
125ml handy spray bottle: £5.50
500ml refill bottle: £12
2 X 500ml refill bottles: £22
1 125ml Spray + 1 500ml refill: £16
5 litres (sent via courier): £70
the above prices come with FREE postage and packaging. Please note the 5 litre
orders are packaged in the recycled mineral water bottles I use for making the
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is sold in clear PET plastic bottles, please do not be fooled by people saying
that it has to be stored in amber glass, this is not true. I did my own test on
this, I kept some colloidal Silver in an amber glass bottle and some in a PET
plastic bottle and tested the water after 6 months and there was no change in
either bottle. But if you want you can always transfer the colloidal silver into
your own container when you get it. Here is an email I received from the makers
of the Silver generator that I purchased when I asked them about storing the CS:
Thanks for your email. Store in
HDPE, PET plastic vessels or glass. It's an old wife's tale that it needs
to be stored in colored vessels. It is not light sensitive when properly
made. Neither is it affected by normal temperature variations or magnetic
I hope this helps you.
I think you will find
Colloidal Silver very helpful in whatever you choose to use it for. I recommend
it for internal and external use as it is non toxic.
Since using Colloidal
Silver my family and I have stopped buying….. after sun cream, antibacterial
cream (Savlon etc), thrush treatments, sting/bite cream, sore throat sweets,
antibiotics, athlete’s foot cream, conjunctivitis cream, cold sore cream, mouth
wash, plant spray, goldfish remedies…. Etc etc … the list goes on.
If you or your pet has an eye infection then it can be sprayed (or use a
dropper) in the eye 3-4 times a day to help cure it.
I have used this method on Ripley and her eye was back to normal in two days – I
probably saved myself £30 by not going to the vets.
It is meant to be very effective against the Parvo virus too. You can do a
Google search to read about this.