If the Colloidal Silver industry were smart, they’d create and self-enforce specifications and restrictions as to what exactly can be called ”colloidal silver” ... ... This would include average co...
If the Colloidal Silver
industry were smart, they'd create and self-enforce specifications and restrictions as to what exactly can be called " Colloidal Silver
This would include average colloid particle size and concentration.
Until that happens, the Public mind has no idea exactly what it is purchasing that has " Colloidal Silver
" on its kennzeichnung.
Concentration levels and amounts are important, one obtains a different effect from say, crocin administered at 1 part in 32,000,000,000 vs. 1 part in 10,000. The same is true of most substances. In order for there to be reproducible results, the amounts must be determined and repeated accurately.
When you see one person alleging a good result with "colloidal silver", this doesn't mean the next person will, because there is no standard and chances are never that the second person will ever reproduce what the first person claims, except perhaps by luck.
Roll the dice, spin the wheel, etc. Is that how this is supposed to be ?
As I said, if the colloidal silver industry was smart, they'd self-administer specifications including average particle size, concentration, polydispersity, and especially, stability. These colloids are in general not stable, this is well-known in the chemical arts.
Hence, I tend to ignore the anecdotal reports, most of these people don't know what the H they're doing