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Over time, strong light will react with the silver particles and cause them to gradually lose their positive charge . Therefore, after making your solution, pour it into a brown or cobalt blue glass bottle or jar (photography supply stores) and store in a dark, cool place (do not refrigerate or freeze). If only plastic is available, you can use cleaned brown plastic bottles that 3% Hydrogen Peroxide is sold in. However, other types of plastic bottles should be avoided. Never store the colloidal silver in a metal container or use a metal pump mechanism. Label and date the bottles. Bob Beck recommends to always shake the container thoroughly before using. Merlin’s honey-drop colloid seems to degrade much slower than regular colloid in the presence of strong light. He once told me that he put a clear glass quart of golden colored, honey-drop colloid out in the full southern California desert sun for over two weeks straight and didn’t get any change in color or fallout of silver whatsoever!

This information is for educational purposes only and is not to be construed as medical advice. Consult the physician of your choice for medical care and advice.

Offered by Ed