How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: 5 (and One Half) Steps

May 19, 2020

It’s simple to take colloidal silver orally, the only thing you need is a bottle of colloidal silver! A cup is optional, and the cap makes measuring easy. Of course, you can always add little variations to make sure it’s convenient for you!

If you don’t know where to get started, here’s a handy step-by-step guide for taking colloidal silver, that should answer every question for how to take colloidal silver orally!

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: Step 1

Check that your colloidal silver is in good condition—colloidal silver should be a gray/blue color, never clear. If it’s clear or if the suspension of silver nanoparticles has broken (fallen to the bottom, or suspended in clumps), or you don’t have colloidal silver, you have ionic silver.

Freezing colloidal silver will cause the silver particles to fall out of suspension, and it will no longer be a colloid, and should no longer be taken.

Once you have verified you have true colloidal silver in good condition, proceed to step 2 of how to take colloidal silver orally.

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: Step 2

If it’s a new bottle of colloidal silver, you will need to remove the protective seal after unscrewing the cap.

Try to remove the protective sticker completely, pulling away from the opening so none falls in. If you can’t completely remove it, that’s ok—just clear the opening, and don’t worry about bits stuck around the rim.

Once your bottle of colloidal silver is open, proceed to step 3 of how to take colloidal silver orally.

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: Step 3

Now you have a choice to make. How precise do you want to be? For step 3 of how to take colloidal silver orally, we’re measuring out how much that will be.

A capful of colloidal silver is about half a Tablespoon, but if you want to be precise use a real measuring spoon. 

How much colloidal silver should you take orally? Most people take a Tablespoon a day. Using the cap method, it’s easy to spread that out to morning and evening. Some people have reasons to take more than a Tablespoon a day. Spreading out when you take it is still helpful.

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: Step 4—Cup or Cap?

Are you feeling spry, or do you want to be more graceful about how to take colloidal silver orally? For those in a rush, many not only use the colloidal silver cap to measure colloidal silver, they use the cap to take colloidal silver (throwing it in their mouth without touching their lips to it).

If you want to be more graceful about it (and not throw your head and neck back) just use a cup. A cup is also easier if you’re measuring out a higher or lower amount.

Then just drink normally. Some people can taste colloidal silver, some can’t. It shouldn’t have much taste either way. 

At this point, we’ve succeeded in taking colloidal silver, but there’s still one more step to how to take colloidal silver orally.

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally: Step 5

Don’t forget to reseal your colloidal silver when done, and if you touched the inside of the cap to your mouth, maybe clean it first.

Colloidal silver is very shelf stable, just don’t freeze it. While the silver generally doesn’t “go bad”, if it’s going to sit for months or years, it’s still important to keep the cap and bottle clean. Make sure you don’t leave germs on the cap, where there isn’t silver, that may grow over a long period of time. Seal it tightly so it doesn’t spill, and you’re set.

How to Take Colloidal Silver Orally If You’re a Dog or Cat (An Extra Half Step)

It’s not just for humans, colloidal silver can be given to pets to help support their immune systems, too!

Follow the rest of the steps for how to take colloidal silver orally, but then just add a little colloidal silver to your dog or cat’s water bowl before putting it away. You don’t need to make them drink it directly. 

Especially during the summer, it helps in a couple ways: outside pets are coming into contact with their own world of illness, and a little colloidal silver in their water bowl will help to keep it fresh (make sure the water bowl won’t freeze). Dogs and cats should only need a drop or two, but it depends on size. 

Now that you know how to take colloidal silver orally, make sure that you have enough to support your immune system. Many people use about 2 bottles a month, sometimes a little more depending on personal need.

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