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What Is Colloidal Silver?

February 7, 2020

If you’ve never heard of colloidal silver before, your first thought is probably “what is colloidal silver?”, or maybe it’s, “what’s a colloid?”. Even if you’ve been around for a while, it can be good to refresh yourself on what colloidal silver really is. Cheap products are often sold as “colloidal silver” when they aren’t […]

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Health circles have re-discovered the power of colloidal silver (it never really goes away, but there’s always someone who hasn’t learned about it, or better yet, experienced it!). If you’re already familiar with colloidal silver, now’s a great time to share what it’s about with the people in your life. If you’re new to colloidal […]

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Colloidal silver is antimicrobial—that means it fights bacteria, viruses, yeast/fungi, and more. How do we know colloidal silver is antimicrobial? There’s lots and lots of studies that show it is. Now, some colloidal silver retailers pay to have studies done. We (Colloids for Life) don’t—instead, I’m referencing the studies that have been done at universities […]

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Sticking To True Colloids

January 22, 2016

There are colloidal supplements, and then there are ionic solutions. And they’re not the same thing—the difference is important, especially when it comes to supplements. We’ve written a lot about that—a pure colloidal supplement is a suspension of non-ionized particles in pure water, and smaller particle size leads to better quality. Because they’re suspended, you […]

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Where’s My Stuff?

January 16, 2015

Sometimes we have something that becomes backordered. If you’re frustrated, maybe I can ease it with a little explanation: One reason things become backordered is because we have high standards. We only carry the best, which means ingredients can sometimes be hard to find—they don’t just have the cheapest, most easily available thing. (Or worse, […]

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