Colloidal Silver

£11.40
(6 reviews)
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Colloidal Silver is a natural alternative to anti-biotics. Our product is made using de-ionised water and can be used neat as drinking water. Colloidal Silver can be mixed with other supplements except for Potent Brew and BioPlus.

Key Features: Can be consumed by birds internally via the drinking water or used externally onto sores or injuries.

Colloidal Silver application:
Use neat or diluted 10ml to 1 litre of tap water. Can be consumed by birds internally via the drinking water or used externally onto sores or injuries.
Active ingredients:
Colloidal silver approx 5ppm

Reviews

  • 5
    Colloidal sliver very good

    Posted by Robert Morris on 21st Jun 2021

    Had a canary with a bad eye infection had silver to its eye and water cleared up in no time

  • 5
    Brilliant product

    Posted by Mr Barrie Coomer on 6th Nov 2020

    This product is %100 I have got a cockatiel with bumblefoot, you can defernetley see the difference, the swelling and the redness is beginning to look better a wonderful product

  • 5
    The Best

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Aug 2020

    Excellent delivery as always and treated my bird for a secondary infection and he's now flying around happier than ever.

  • 5
    excellent product - cannot recommend it highly enough

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2020

    Our bird had an infection in his nose, which cleared up perfectly with the colloidal silver. Thank you so much for making this. I believed this saved him.

  • 5
    Amazing

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2018

    Great product, my macaw even finds it palatable. I'm currently using it as a natural antoboitic. Amazing help and advice from service overseas as I'm curretntly living in Ireland.

  • 5
    Amazing

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Feb 2018

    Great product, my macaw even finds it palatable. I'm currently using it as a natural antoboitic. Amazing help and advice from service overseas as I'm curretntly living in Ireland.