How to Make Colloidal Silver Cream

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How to Make Colloidal Silver Cream
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Colloidal silver is distilled water in which minute particles of silver fragments are suspended. Many people within natural healing and homeopathic circles believe colloidal silver has inherent healing abilities and can act as a natural antibiotic. If you want a practical method of application of colloidal silver, you can easily mix your own colloidal silver body cream. The cream can be used to treat many skin conditions, from dry and peeling skin to acne and fungal-infected sores.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • 236ml colloidal silver solution
  • Cooking thermometer
  • Heating element
  • Polymer gelling powder
  • 1, 236ml glass jar
  • Eyedropper

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Heat 227gr. of colloidal silver to 48.9 degrees C using a cooking thermometer in a heat source. Keep an eye on the needle to ensure you don't let the silver heat evaporate.

  2. 2

    Put enough polymer gelling powder into an 236ml glass jar to make your cream the consistency you want it to be. Start with 1 tsp for a loose, semi-liquid cream; add up to 2 ½ tsp for a very firm-textured cream.

  3. 3

    Add the heated colloidal silver to the glass jar on top of the gelling powder. Let the silver sit for six hours to combine with the powder.

  4. 4

    Mix water into the silver to neutralise the pH levels and help the cream solidify by adding one drop at a time from an eyedropper. You should add 24 to 28 drops of water to achieve the best pH and consistency.

  5. 5

    Wait for the cream to set and thicken to a solid creamy texture before using on your body.

Tips and warnings

  • You can use any water or alcohol based liquids to solidify the cream, including aromatic scents.
  • Colloidal silver solutions can be found in most natural foods stores.
  • Keep the silver cream clearly labelled to avoid confusing it with plain body cream.

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