Uses: As a food additive it is used solely for external decoration where it can be found on chocolate confectionery, in the covering of dragées and the decoration of sugar-
Silver is highly coveted, especially colloidal silver, which before the advent of antibiotics was known to kill nearly all viruses and bacterial infections.
It fell out of favour in the 30’s and 40’s with the introduction of patented drugs which have major side effects unlike silver.
Not permitted in Australia.
Description: Silver is used in food to give a metallic surface colour. However prolonged consumption may lead to argyria, a blue-
Silver is usually obtained from crushed silver bearing ore. The actual method of recovery from the ore depends on which metal is predominant in the ore but normally ends by electrolysis using one of two techniques, either the Moebius or Thum Balbach systems.
Silver is used extensively in the photographic industry, as well as in silverware and jewellery, electrically, for silvering mirrors and in batteries.
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