I used collodial silver many times.
I am very interested in this subject.
Thanks for opening this post.
I wonder where did you make blood biopsy?And is there any percentage rate,efficiency rate etc?
This is very interesting that a lab make tests about silver.I can share with them my glucose coated nano silver particles.( Standart 25 nano)
We did the testing with R.G.C.C.-RESEARCH GENETIC CANCER CENTRE in Florine , Greece.
Below part of the conclusion about colloidal silver
In our laboratory we made the following:
We isolated the malignant cells using Oncoquick with a membrane that isolates
malignant cells from normal cells after centrifugation and positive and negative selection
using epithelial membrane cell marker and anti-CD45 as cell marker
We developed two (2) different cultures from malignant cells (one with Colloidal Silver
in the culture media –in concentration AUC- and one without the ingredient) from the
blood sample of patient above.
From both cultures we measure the activity of caspase 3, caspase 9 and cytochrome c.
The results are presented below:
In the culture with Colloidal Silver we notice increase of caspase 3 activity and
cytochrome c in compare with normal cell culture
Conclusion: We notice that Colloidal Silver can induce the apoptosis in the cancer cells
from the above named patient.
Problem is to find the right dosage and protocol since it´s difficult to find testimonials . And trere isn´t clinical trials also,
My mother was taking 10 ml 20 ppm 2x a day , but according to the guy that is advising me now is this dosage is ridiculously small, Any suggestion on a protocol?
Another idea is taking silver with DMSO... Cancer tutor talks about this .
When I was helping clinics in Germany, I did asked RGCC for specific combinations, which they did. 🙂 Regarding doses, they try doses that based on their info it could be reached in humans. If higher dosage is required to kill cancer cells they report it as "not effective".