Colloidal Silver

Colloid – System in which one substance (e.g. silver) is divided into colloidal particles, which are spread within other substance (e.g. water) without creation of chemical bounds with the “solvent’s” particles. 

Colloidal Silver (nanosilver) – metallic silver consisting of submicroscopic clusters hanging in clear water thanks to the electrical energy carried by each of the atoms. 

Manufacturing of the silver colloid – The substance is created as a result of electric flow through water in which silver electrodes are immersed. Parameters of the colloid substance depend on the properties of electricity, length of the process or purity of the electrodes.


Properties of the silver colloid:

  • It kills more than 650 most common viruses and bacteria;
  • It destroys fungus and mould;
  • Viruses, bacteria, fungus and mould cannot get immunity from the colloid;
  • Limited side effects (in case of very excessive doses, argyrosis may occur;
  • It kills parasites;
  • It does not cause allergies;
  • It has anti-inflammatory effect;

Therapeutic use of silver:

  • Ancient Greece: Coating the internal part of dishes with metallic silver protected the food from rotting.
  • Middle East: Silver coins inserted in leather bota bags protected the water from spoiling.
  • Europe, 14th Century: Silver spoons protected the children from the plague.
Introduction of antibiotics at the beginning of the 20th Century decreased the interest in therapeutic properties of silver. Nowadays the anti-bacterial properties of silver are used, inter alia, in:
  • Cooling industry: coating the refrigerators with a layer of silver ions dampens the spreading of disease-causing organisms.
  • Silver thread dressings - they enhance healing of serious wounds​
  • Cosmetics - using silver components does not cause allergies
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