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We have just finished the development of our high quality equine ionized colloidal silver solution and it should be on store shelves within the week!

Amber Lea's Colloidal Silver Solution.

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We are proud to announce our latest product. Amber Lea's Equine Colloidal Silver Solution is an all natural antibiotic and general healing solution that has almost unlimited uses!

Our manufacturing technique makes pure colloidal silver of the highest quality possible, and because of this, it has no expiry date and unlike a lot of silver products made with inferior manufacturing techniques, our colloidal silver solution uses no preservatives or added ingredients to help with electrolysis that run the risk of creating silver chloride.

Our product is a 99.999% pure ionic colloidal silver product and contains no contaminants!

Equine Uses
Colloidal Silver can be used to boost the immune system, to treat Rain Rot, Viruses (Colds, Ect), Ear/Eye Infections, Heaves, Prevent Parasites, Hoof Problems, Fungus, Arthritis, Bacteria, Disinfecting/Sterilization, etc...

The Wonders of Colloidal Silver
Silver is considered to be one of the most universal supplements to combat bacteria, virus and fungus organisms. Colloidal Silver is a special liquid preparation of this trace mineral that is extremely safe to use. Many forms of bacteria, virus and fungus organisms utilize a specific enzyme for the metabolism. Silver acts as a catalyst, effectively disabling the enzyme.
Silver colloids (tiny silver ionic particles) electromagnetically attract sick and dead cells and draw them into the bloodstream. These cells are then eliminated by the body. These submicroscopic silver particles also play a role in revitalizing the healthy cells by nourishing and supplying them with what they need.

Electrocolloidal Processing Produces a “True” Colloid of Silver for Maximum Effect and Safety
The term “colloidal” refers to a substance that consists of ultra-fine particles that do not dissolve, but remain suspended in a medium of different matter. These Ultra-fine particles are too small to be seen by the naked eye. The silver particles are electronically charged to activate the germicidal quality of the silver and allow the particles to remain suspended in the solution of demineralised water.
A number of methods have been used to produce colloidal silver. The “grind” method used in the early 1900’s produced particles that were too large to stay in suspension. Stabilizers had to be added which tend to disturb the charge in the silver particles, thereby blocking their action and reducing their overall effectiveness. More recently, chemical processes have been used. These chemicals (acids) make it difficult getting the particles out of the solution.
Amber Lea’s Equine Colloidal Silver is produced by an electrocolloidal process which allows extremely fine silver particles to be suspended in solution by the tiny charge placed on the particles. This process replaces the need for chemicals or stabilizers and produces a “true” colloid silver.

The History of Colloidal Silver
Prior to 1938 colloidal silver was considered to be one of the mainstays of antibiotic treatment, even though methods used in the early 1900’s could not produce the ultra-microscopic silver particles needed for optimum effectiveness which is provided in Amber Lea’s Equine Colloidal Silver. With the onset of the more profitable pharmaceutical movement, colloid research was set aside.
The comeback of silver began in the 1970’s. The late Dr. Carl Moyer, chairman of Washington University’s Department of Surgery, received a grant to develop better treatment for burn victims. Dr. Harry Margraf, chief biochemist, worked with Dr. Moyer and other surgeons to find an antiseptic strong enough, yet safe to use over large areas of the body. Dr. Margraf reviewed 22 antiseptic compounds and found drawbacks in all of them. “Mercury, for example, is an excellent antiseptic but toxic,” he commented. “Popular antiseptics…can be used over small areas only.” Furthermore, organisms can become resistant triggering a dangerous super-infection.
In reviewing medical literature, Dr. Margraf found repeated references to silver. It was described as a catalyst that disables the enzymes microorganisms depend upon to breathe. He used a dilute (.5%) silver nitrate solution that killed the bacteria and allowed wounds to heal. Resistant strains did not develop.

Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only. Always consult a veterinarian before use.



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