In the past day, on a lark, I made a Colloidal Silver generator the produces CS of extremely fine colloid size, much less than 500 nanometers, and the product looks like milk - I've never seen anything like this before anywhere on the market. I must have hit the conditions just perfectly, since I've made CS many times in the past. This new method makes it in just one hour and the colloid is extremely stable due to the colloid size, as I did the usual tests that make many metal colloids coalesce and this material does not. I made a fixture that holds all parameters correct for the conditions necessary, and put it in an idiot-proof configuration. I may consider mass producing the units and selling them as Tyndal effect demonstration kits, for classroom instruction and other experimental uses in the colloid field. Or else just sell the milk for research purposes. Most CS available on the market is large colloids and also unstable, as anyone with a laser pointer can readily determine by shaking any material they may have acquired and putting a laser pointer through the solution. Glitterings shows particles larger than the wavelength of the light present, which in experimental animal testing is inferior to my SILVERMILK(TM) colloidal suspension, absorption decreasing with increased particle size. My guess as a chemist with industrial colloid experience is that the aqueous SILVERMILK(TM) colloidal suspension will show superior properties including enhanced absorbability by animals, including horses, and also superior long-term stability.