colloidal silver


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colloidal silver

1. Any preparation of silver in which the particles of silver or silver proteinate are suspended in the solution rather than being dissolved in it.
2. A liquid in which silver particles are suspended. It is marketed as a dietary supplement, but the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine has determined that this product has no safe or effective use.
See also: silver
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American Silver is currently producing, bottling and marketing colloidal silver products.
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Colloidal silver is available in the market for various health purposes, including preventing disease, boosting immunity, fighting HIV/AIDS or cancer.
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