Colloidal silver was tested and proven to kill eggs of different kinds of parasites like pinworms. Damaging human sperm or egg cell is one of the ridiculous charges against colloidal silver. This claim was not able to provide evidences that colloidal silver actually harm the human sperm and egg cell.
Colloidal silver will only have an adverse effect if it is raised to artificially high levels. Researchers found out that colloidal silver does not damage animal and even human reproduction. They even said that the silver particles were able to prevent infertility.
Today, expert use colloidal silver in staining the animal embryos for tracking their real time of development, from egg to birth. This process is done by photonic imaging. Colloidal silver is also best in preserving animal semen for reproduction.
In 2009, a study was conducted about the life of zebra fish embryos and how they develop from the time the eggs were laid to birth. Silver particles were used in staining the embryos in order to monitor the development from the first stage up to the last under the process of photonic imaging.
This approach had proven that colloidal silver particles were stable in solution for a long time. This made the viewing of the zebra fish embryos successful using photonic examination. The experts were astonished with the photostability of colloidal silver when used continuously during the process of viewing the development of the zebra fish in the egg. The single nanoparticles of silver lasted for several hours upon examining the embryos.
This only shows that colloidal silver is safe to use for animal reproduction and these experts were the ones who choose it for their studies proving that colloidal silver is non-toxic to animal reproductive systems.
Another study about colloidal silver being able to preserve animal sperms for the process of artificial insemination was conducted and proven to be safe and effective. They used boar semen in the study and with the help of colloidal silver, the life of sperm samples was extended and used for animal reproduction.
These two evidences showed that colloidal silver does not cause harm to animal reproduction, including human reproduction. It is non-toxic and it even acts as a medium of extending the life of the reproductive cell based on the study regarding preservation of boar semen.
Colloidal silver works remarkably in preventing the harmful microorganisms to replicate and it keeps the boar semen from being infected with these bacteria during storage. But colloidal silver did not cause harm to the semen itself.
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