More and more people are buying our colloidal minerals to benefit from their purity, small particle size and high concentrations. Our customers report great successes - sometimes unbelievable! NEW: With most colloidal minerals you can choose different sizes.
In addition to colloidal minerals, we also offer colloidal oils and monatomic elements. How the colloidal minerals work can be found in our eBook-on-colloidal-minerals-and-monoatomic-elements-3rd-edition (free download).
Why take colloidal minerals?
Minerals and trace elements best in colloidal form
By the following measures one can determine which minerals or trace elements are missing:
- Blood test
- Bioenergetic tests (EAV, RAC, ...)
- Hair analysis
- Computer-aided diagnostics such as Oberon, BioScan, etc.
In addition, you can read our ebook on colloidal minerals to find out which colloidal minerals suit you best. There are also detailed application recommendations. How the colloidal minerals work can be found in our eBook-on-colloidal-minerals-and-monoatomic-elements-3rd-edition (free download).
Compounds of an element with other substances such as salts, e.g. silver salts or germanium citrate lactate, are not colloid fluids. They have to be broken down by the metabolism. Colloidal fluids, on the other hand, can be absorbed independently of the metabolism - via the mucous membranes.
What is the difference between minerals and trace elements?
Minerals are divided into quantitative elements and trace elements. Quantitative elements are all inorganic substances whose concentration in the body is more than 50 mg/kg: Sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and sulphur.
Trace elements are those substances which are present in the body in lower concentrations: e.g. chromium, copper, silicon, zinc, manganese, etc. The exception is iron: although it is present at about 60 mg/kg, it is one of the trace elements.
Which colloidal solutions are there?
In our environment there are e.g. the following colloidal forms:
- clouds, fog
Colloidal silver has had a true triumph. As a result, the interest for other colloidal minerals grows increasingly, e.g. Colloidal gold, silicon or germanium. Here is an overview of all 28 colloidal minerals.
There are two ways to find out which colloidal minerals you need:
- You can read our eBook-on-colloidal-minerals-and-monoatomic-elements-3rd-edition (free download)
- You use the Test kit Colloidal minerals
Children of the stars
The heavier elements of our body such as gold and silver did not originate on earth. They must have originated outside our solar system, because our sun is not hot enough to "burn" elements that are heavier than iron. These heavier elements come from exploded supernovae or the collision of neutron stars. A collision of this kind, first measured at the end of 2015, produced about a mass of gold and a mass of platinum.
These elements came to earth through meteorite impacts. It is fascinating that the frequency of the heavier elements in our body corresponds more or less to their frequency in the earth's crust. Our body needs these elements - and they are most effective in a colloidal form.
In the periodic table of the elements you can see which elements are meant: all with atomic numbers greater than 26.
The heavier elements are e.g. necessary for the formation of DNA and protein molecules. Without them there would be neither us nor the animals. So it is fair to say that we are children of the stars.
What's new about our colloid fluids?
Our colloids are produced using a completely new method, namely vibration. This electro-physical process is called proton resonance. The corresponding material is stretched and finally brought to decay.
In proton resonance, the starting material is strongly stimulated by its natural oscillation and then split off by an electrophysical process to the desired particle size and charge.
Thanks to this new manufacturing process, these colloid fluids are way ahead of the solutions traditionally produced by electrolysis. In addition, only a few elements can be colloidally dissolved with electrolysis - only a few are suitable for this purpose. Try electrolysis with sulphur, calcium or carbon, for example. That is not possible!
Example goldwater: For the production of goldwater with a generator one would need 1000 times stronger current than with silver generators, in order to receive concentrations in effective ppm concentrations. This would require a room-filling generator with life-threatening strong currents. Commercial silver generators could only produce very weak gold concentrations in the ppb range (ppb = parts per billion)
The reason: Gold ions are 1000 times more difficult to remove from the metal matrix than silver ions. These are electrophysical laws. In addition, pure gold electrodes would be very expensive (several hundred € per pair).
Our colloidal minerals - produced with proton resonance - are characterized by
- extremely fine particles
- highest purity
- high concentration
Extremely fine solution
The proton resonance makes the particles extremely small - only a maximum of 10-30 atoms in size (depending on the element). And the physical law applies: the smaller the particles, the larger is the inner surface. This means more efficiency for you at the same ppm concentration!
Just imagine: In a bucket full of large stones, their contact areas sum up to about one DIN A3 sheet (or 11.7 x 16.5 inches). The same bucket filled with fine sand has interfaces the size of a football pitch! The inner surface is therefore much larger, and that with approximately the same mass (weight). The thousands and thousands of grains of sand have much more extensive interfaces than the few stones.
The same is true of the elements made of the same atoms: the smaller the particle size, the more extensive are the contact surfaces - and thus the effective surface. It is therefore understandable that particle size plays an important role in the choice of colloidal minerals.
You receive our colloids in a purity never achieved before - 99,9999% ("Sixfold nine"). This is important to prevent the colloid particles from combining with salts and thus becoming useless. Example silver water: in an impure dispersion silver ions can combine to silver nitrate.
Our colloids are produced with double distilled water and thus contain almost nothing except pure water and the respective element.
Our colloidal solutions are highly concentrated: From 44 ppm, many over 60 ppm.
The abbreviation ppm means "parts per million". It is used in medicine and chemistry to indicate the concentration of a substance in a dispersion medium. Ppb means "parts per billion".
The following table shows the orders of magnitude:
|Conc.||This much mg is in 1 liter|
|50 ppb||0,05 mg|
|50 ppm||50 mg|
A colloid fluis with 50 ppm contains 50 mg of the substance in one liter.
There are two methods to measure ppm: the first is the atomic absorption spectral analysis, which can be ordered in the laboratory for approx. 70,- €. The second is the measurement with a laboratory precision balance before and after production of the colloid: this way you can see exactly how much material has gone into the dispersers.
That's how it's been so far
Until now, colloid solutions have been produced by electrolysis. Through two electrodes, which consist of the element to be produced, an electrical direct current was fed into a conductive liquid. Distilled water is best suited for this purpose (the conductivity is achieved by heating).
It is therefore very easy to produce e.g. silver water yourself. During this process silver particles and silver ions are produced. You can find out more about this on the page Colloidal silver generator.
What is a colloid?
Colloidal solutions contain a certain chemical element in its purest form. This is dissolved in extremely small particles. Colloid fluids thus consist of tiny particles of minerals or trace elements. These are distributed in aqua destillata - also known as dispersions.
A colloid fluid contains both electrically neutral particles and electrically charged ions. Due to their negative charge, the ions are even more effective than the electrically neutral particles.
It is well known that negative ions are good for humans - in whatever form: in water, air, food, etc. - but they are also good for the environment. At this point we refer to the Wikipedia article.
We speak of a colloidal fluid when three conditions are met:
- different components must be present (e.g. silicon/water as dispersion medium)
- these must have different aggregate states (solid / liquid)
- The solid particles must not be soluble, i.e. they must not form chemical compounds with the carrier substance (dispersions)
Each of our 28 colloids has its specific effects and properties. They are described in detail in the brochure about colloids, that we can send you for free as a pdf file.
By the way, a colloidal solution has completely different effects than a corresponding homeopathic remedy. The colloidal copper, for example, acts mainly on blood, blood vessels, nerve cells and connective tissue. Homeopathic Cuprum metallicum, on the other hand, is used for cramps, nausea or vomiting.
Colloidal fluids are not drugs and therefore need no prescription. There are no side effects to be feared, since colloidal fluids are also found in the organism. So you do not take anything exogenous.
Are there examples in the environment?
Examples for colloidal states are clouds in the sky, fog or smoke, but also blood or lymphatic fluid. Because the body fluids are colloidal fluids, the body can absorb minerals and trace elements in a colloidal form without great using much energy.
Simple optical proof
By the way, there is a simple procedure for testing a colloidal fluid: If a fine light beam is sent through a colloidal liquid in a dark room, the light beam is clearly visible and forms a cone, i.e. it becomes wider ("Tyndall effect"). Use a flashlight to shine through a 2mm hole in a cardboard box next to the glass - and you'll see it!
Our products stay fresh for a long period of time, at least one year. This is thanks to the blue glass bottles in which they are filled. Blue glass almost completely prevents light from entering the contents of the bottle.
The exception is Colloidal silver: This can only be stored for 3 months. We label the coll. in our warehouse with date stamp. So we make sure not to sell anything that approaches the expiration date. So you always get a fresh and effective colloid.
There are two energies that affect shelf life: Heat and light. So keep the colloidal fluids as dark and cool as possible.
Please keep the product away from radiating devices, such as mobile phones, loudspeakers, electrical appliances, lighting or the stove. Please do not store the colloid in the refrigerator - the electrical radiation would impair the quality.
Monatomic elements can be obtained from colloidal minerals through an innovative electro-physical process.
We also offer colloidal oils. Especially your skin can benefit from the health effects of colloidal fluids.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long should the colloidal products be taken?
There is no general answer to this question. For example, one person has a greater iron deficiency than the other. In addition, not everyone has the same need for iron. So it depends on many factors.
You can determine the lack of minerals or trace elements
- by blood analysis in the laboratory
- with a technical diagnostic system like e.g. BioScan
- by other bioenergetic tests such as Biotensor
Ultimately, you can also listen to your own body: when do I feel better?
How do I protect my colloidal mineral against electrosmog?
You can wrap the bottle in aluminium foil to protect it. There are also inexpensive metal coffee cans in 1€ shops. These are perfect for shielding the colloid bottles in a Faraday cage.
Why do your colloidal minerals have different concentrations (ppm)?
This is due to the technical limitations of their production.
Small particles float in my colloidal iron. Is that normal?
Yes, it is normal. These are small iron particles.
You can still use the iron safely. If there is an uncertainty: take with a vaporizer, then the particles are filtered out.
What is colloid chemistry?
Colloid chemistry is a branch of chemistry that deals with dispersions and disperse states.
Colloid chemistry classifies colloidal solutions between real solutions and suspensions: they show
- no osmotic pressure
- no boiling point increase
- and no freezing point humiliation
In chemistry, the term dispersion generally refers to a heterogeneous mixture of at least two substances. In colloid chemistry, dispersion means the fine distribution of solids in a liquid dispersion medium. In practice, this is usually Aqua destillata.