In the image you can see the repulsive, ugly looking chemical compound, yet many producers still claim they don’t use or have chemicals in their products, but have a "Silver Protein" or "Mild Silver Protein" which may be soap phosphate by products.
Our products are not Ionic based Colloidal Silver solutions:
Monatomic ions, those ions with a single atom, start of being just an atom.
To be transformed into an ion, an external influence forces an atom to lose or
gain a significant number of electrons. Once this occurs, the atom becomes
an ion. A catalyst is necessary to produce ions. The catalytic factors that
make ions are: Thermal, Electrical, Radiation and Chemical Impacts on the
When chemical methods are used to make Ions and Nanoparticles in a
solution, it causes a distinctive color change. The colors can vary
considerably depending on what chemicals were used.
Positive and negative ions exhibit magnetic particle attraction qualities that
are very similar to what is seen with magnetic fields. Either of these ions are
attracted to oppositely charged ions that have a different polarity and amount
This process also occurs in nature with thunderstorms and being nearby waterfalls. Ions are also produced by thermal, electrical, radiation and chemical processes. When chemical processes are used to make metallic ionic solutions, they attract larger particles that blend in with the chemical compounds. These compounds in solutions are unsuitable for human consumption.
High PPM of Silver ions (which are not the same as negative Ions in the air), can only be produced via a chemical process.
Silver ions are made with bromides and or phosphates; they usually have a strong brown color, and when shaken you have a foamy substance that is slimy when tasted.
Chemical consumption is the #1 reason for the reported negative side effects. Checking for chemical content makes sense to prevent side effects; by purchasing a chemical free product, you have very little if anything to be concerned about.