A natural broad spectrum antibiotic made of pure, certified silver.†
Colloidal silver is a liquid suspension consisting of microscopic, electrically charged silver particles in distilled water. These microscopically small, electrically charged silver particles can remain suspended in water without artificial additives or stabilisers. This is ionic colloidal silver, the commonest type and the easiest to produce. If you are planning to use larger quantities, you can easily make it yourself using an Electrolyser, two silver electrodes and distilled water.†
Distillation equipment is also offered on our website. Donít let anyone tell you that you have to buy ionic colloidal silver from a supplier. Do yourself, your family, friends, acquaintances, animals and plants a big favour with this superb remedy, the special properties of which have even been scientifically proven.
Good books about colloidal silver are available. For detailed information read the literature on this website.
Date: 17 October 2010
Colloidal silver and gold extolled as a new discovery?
Scientists have now confirmed the special uses and alternatives for colloidal silver and gold! Professor of Microbiology Willy Versteate presented his research findings at a meeting of the Society for Applied Microbiology in London.
Sources: De Telegraaf and HLN.be†
Meditech Europe: We are not permitted to present the full report here. If we link it to colloidal silver it will be labelled as a medicine and will then be subject to various restrictions. Of course that makes no sense at all, but thatís how it goes with regulations sometimes.†
I introduced colloidal silver followed later by colloidal gold in the Netherlands and Europe twenty years ago. At that time I had no idea that it would develop like this. Of course, there were also those who cast doubts on my sanity at the time. But scientists have now discovered it too and are introducing it as a hot item. Itís good to see that itís being given scientific status. But it has already had high status among users for 20 years.†