A lot has been written about properties and uses of colloidal (ionic) silver dispersions and various bioactive properties of silver cations (Ag+). General public interest in applications of colloidal ionic silver dispersions (CISD) is quite understandable when one considers uses of CISD which are diverse and range from antimicrobial treatments and facilitation of wound healing process to odour prevention in shoes and clothes.
Colloidal Ionic Silver for Open Wounds
Bioactive effects of stable saturated colloidal ionic dispersions on yeast samples, moulds and topic infections in animals and humans are unmistakably more obvious compared to bioactive effects of lower saturation dispersions. Less volume of dispersion is required to achieve same level of efficiency and the process is quicker.
Although conceptually simple it took us over two years of research to determine the most important factors affecting the processes of electrochemical properties enhancement.
Natural electrochemical properties of zeolites are usually modified and increased (enhanced) during tribomechanical micronization and activation process. In fact “activation” is the term describing additional increase and enhancement of mineral ionic exchange properties as a result of industrial processing. In practical terms, increased ionic exchange provide zeolite with enhanced properties of self-regulating process of pH normalisation (alkalisation), antioxidative properties (electron donor) and capability to absorb certain radioisotopes (zeolites).
Zeolites are crystalline hydrated aluminosilicate minerals of alkali and alkaline earth cations. They have infinite, three dimensional structures. Naturally occurring zeolites are very good absorbents so they have many particular uses in agriculture, animal farming, human medicine, veterinary medicine, cosmetics, environmental protection, industrial applications etc.