Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver is simply silver suspended in water. A colloid is a particle that is broken down and mixed into and/or suspended in a liquid. Silver is naturally found in our ecosystem. Colloidal silver has powerful cleaning potential when used to as a bactericidal agent.
 
Many people ingest colloidal silver regularly and claim it has cured them of various ailments. Colloidal silver's popularity as an antibiotic peaked in the 1920's and 1930's before pharmaceutical antibiotics became the medicine of choice. Today colloidal silver is being rediscovered by scientists as a natural antimicrobial and wound mending agent.
 
Zero Xeno chooses to use colloidal silver in our natural household cleaners to assist you in making healthy choices. We strive to help reduce your exposure to traditional cleaners that contain antibacterial chemicals like Triclosan that mimic estrogen and cause hormone disruptions in humans and animals as well as contribute to obesity in children.
 
Toilets, sinks, and kitchen counters can harbor a plethora of pathogens, which can contaminate you and your loved ones. Colloidal Silver's cleaning power provides an easy and simple way to safely and effectively clean your home. Zero Xeno's Toilet Bowl Natural Cleaner and our Multi-Purpose Natural Cleaner both contain colloidal silver.

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