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Any results on agar-agar?
I have tried agar-agar (food grade) in the past but the colloid was very unstable and created precipitation within a couple of weeks. There may have been other problems in that batch, I have never tried again. I use Aloé vera as a vegan reducing and capping agent, with great success and consistency.

What is the amounts of aloe vera and other ingredients, can you share technical details about it, thanks.
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colloidal silver capped with gelatine is not suitable for spraying on an external wound. The gelatine capping is designed to cap the product on its journey through the stomach acid.

What is the technical reason for the gelatine to not to use on skin. Is it doing something bad or become a useless thing? Can you explain more, thanks.

The reason for i want to produce high ppm colloidal silver is, i have people around me and in my close relatives, they suffering bad skin infections and wounds. So 20ppm is being a bit weak for this purpose. I need to use higher ppms.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first 320PPM batch, how is it?
« Last post by Neofizz on Today at 01:52:42 AM »
I've been doing this for a number of years now and have never tried the cinnamon capping.

Question for cfnisbet, how much of the cinnamon tincture do I need to use in a liter of 320 ppm? From what I recall reading the colloidal silver gets a cinnamon flavour as well?
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first 320PPM batch, how is it?
« Last post by cfnisbet on Yesterday at 09:56:15 PM »
colloidal silver capped with gelatine is not suitable for spraying on an external wound. The gelatine capping is designed to cap the product on its journey through the stomach acid.

The closest alternative, if you want to make a "one batch cures all, internal and external", then cap the colloidal silver with cinnamon, which I have tested on external injuries, and it also works well internally; but not quite as well as gelatine capping.

Otherwise, you will have to make two variants; gelatine-capped for internal use, and uncapped reduced with maltodextrin OR capped with cinnamon for external use.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first 320PPM batch, how is it?
« Last post by muhendisane on Yesterday at 03:25:11 PM »
So for spraying, does the gelatin doing something negative or prevent the colloidal silver to do its job when it sprayed?

Because we are a big family, mostly i don't have the time to produce extra colloidal silver for spray. I just want to do one liter 320ppm batch every once in a while and diluted it for spray and drink when needed.

What do you suggest in this situtation?

If gelatin doesn't suit for spraying what can i use for alternative. I have maltodextrin also, what's up with it?
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first 320PPM batch, how is it?
« Last post by Neofizz on Yesterday at 02:52:03 PM »
The gelatin is needed to keep the colloidal silver stable at such high concentrations, as well as to protect it from your stomach acid.

For spraying on surfaces I use a 20 ppm colloidal silver without any gelatin.

For anything internal (drinking it) I use the 320 ppm gelatin based version diluted down to 20 ppm and for anything external I use the 20 ppm version without the gelatin.
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first 320PPM batch, how is it?
« Last post by muhendisane on Yesterday at 07:37:38 AM »
Is there a way to reduce the amount of gelatine in the 320ppm formula? It becomes a bit sticky when sprayed or touched. Even when diluted to 20ppm samehing happens. If it's possible, what is the maximum ratio to reduce to, half of the amount may be?
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