How do we know a product is contaminant free? What is the concentration of Colloidal Gold?
John in California
That’s a very good question, and really hinges on what we define as “contaminants”. After reading your question, I was pondering that question about the food we eat, the supplements we take, the air we breathe, etc. “Contamination” in ‘foods products’ would most commonly be of a bacterial nature, although could include molds, fungus, and even viruses. But “contamination” actually goes far beyond that. Now-a-days, it would have to include chemicals, drugs, non-natural preservatives, and genetically altered components. Supposedly our government is involved in this question concerning many things; air, drugs, and some foods. Sadly they fail miserably because of the corruption and collusion between them and the industries they purport to ‘regulate’. The air is contaminated, even beyond the usual industrial pollution, by chemicals (aluminum, barium, etc.) being sprayed into the air by ‘government’ causing all kinds of respiratory problems. But at the same time they are trying to tax methane from agriculture animals and even carbon dioxide which all living plants and creatures expel.
Mainstream medicine and the pharmaceutical industry give us vaccines and drugs that damage and kill more people than the diseases they are claiming to treat (Read “Death By Medicine” by Dr. Gary Null) , while trying to demonize nutritional supplements. Government regulators force the homogenization and pasteurization of milk which renders it one of the most deadly foods that can be consumed. Homogenization breaks down fat into particles that go straight into the blood stream rather than being digested causing clotting of the arteries; pasteurization by heat destroys beneficial enzymes and changes elements of milk into cancer causing agents. At the same time they are conducting SWAT team raids against Amish farmers selling raw milk (as God created it to be used) and cherry farmers because they correctly described the well researched and documented benefits of the cherries they sold on their website. My conclusion is, there is simply no way to be even somewhat ensured of contamination free products of any kind without each of us actually testing every mouthful of everything we consume.
Our Colloidal Gold is produced at about 13 PPM (parts per million). Gold itself has some anti-microbial properties making it difficult for bacterial growth, but not as much as copper and silver.
Ben in Utopia