What is the Colloidal Silver Definition?

What is the Colloidal Silver definition?

Creating colloidal silver involves particles of silver being suspended in water as opposed to the particles being dissolved into a solution.

Colloidal silver as available on this website contains microscopic pieces of .999 silver.           

So how is colloidal silver made?

At Active Silver, we use some of the best technologies available to create an extremely high level of product.

We use our own purpose-built lab and quality control is very important to us.
Active Silver Colloidal Silver is manufactured using European Pharmaceutical grade water and we use only the finest pure silver from the Royal Mint.
Only two ingredients are found in our Colloidal Silver and that is water and silver.

During filtering, the solution goes through a 9-stage purification process.

Once going through the purification process a concentration of 10 parts per million (ppm) is achieved.

The particle size is between 0.0005 and 0.005 microns.   

How long ago was colloidal silver invented?

We have to go back to 1891 to see the first use of colloidal silver and that was by a surgeon named B.C Crede.

B.C Creded used colloidal silver to sterilise wounds. 
During the early 1900s to the mid-1900s, colloidal silver saw growth in popularity.  
Fast-forward to recent times and colloidal silver has seen somewhat of a resurgence being a popular choice when it comes to being anti-viral, anti-fungal, antibacterial and antimicrobial.
A renewed popularity has seen studies carried out looking deeper into the potential benefits and applications of colloidal silver.

Is the awareness and use of colloidal silver coming back to life?