Thursday, October 27, 2011

Silver Colloids: Scientific Information on Colloidal Silver

Colloidal Silver: Questions Answered

Many forms of colloidal silver and other colloidal minerals are available in health food stores, or on the nutritional supplement aisle of some grocery stores. But do silver colloids work? What's the difference between a silver colloid and ionic silver? What's a mild silver protein, and what does it have to do with colloidal silver? You might even have wondered if it was a myth that ionic silver or mild silver protein products could turn you blue.

And, as with many health and nutrition products, you may have wanted to make sure you know how to read labels to find a good buy. Even when a nutritional supplement works, manufacturers' claims are often conflicting, and they may use different formulations. If you buy a colloidal silver product, how will you know it's the right one? The most effective formula?

Take a look at our colloidal silver product reports, detailing the best and most current research on silver colloids and the effects of ionic silver. Or read Dr. Gibbs' booklet entitled, "Silver Colloids: Do they work?" If you don't find all the answers you were looking for, please email us, we'd love to hear from you.

Professor Ronald J Gibbs was the director of the Center for Colloidal Science at the University of Delaware between 1981 and May, 2000. He has published over 85 reviewed journal articles and five technical reports, edited fourteen books and presented over 60 talks at national and international meetings.

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