15 Reasons to Avoid Low PPM Ionic & Nanoparticle Colloids

1. Most Ionic silver and nanoparticles colloids are being made with Chemicals. 

2. Nanoparticle Colloids that use Hydrogen Peroxide have been scientifically proven to cause premature gray hair.

3. The common nanoparticle or ionic generator can produce a reported range from 8 PPM to 500 PPM of chemically saturated colloids.

4.  Most Silver nanoparticles have been reported to be close to the same sizes as many viruses and bacteria are.

That means that the nanoparticle is huge, bulky and cumbersome when compared to a single atom.

5. Solutions that are made with hydrochloric acid (HCL), can cause hair to fall out and cause premature baldness. 

Medication labels that list HCL as an ingredient frequently mention Hair Loss as an unwanted side effect. You do not want to experience this with a colloidal silver nanoparticles solution.

6. Producers that use salt (sodium chloride), create a byproduct in their process that's called a chloride solution.  This occurs after the electrolysis process is done. Chloride solutions are known to cause almost instant cell and nerve damage as well as photo-sensitivity, argyria or blue skin.

7. Some producers utilize formulas containing nitrate chemicals. These chemicals are also known to cause skin photo-sensitivity which is referred to  Argyria or the Blue Man Effect. 

8. Cyanide chemicals are used by some colloidal silver nanoparticle producers. The residues of this toxic chemical can cause major damage to the organs. 

The FDA has even reported that some colloidal silver solutions contain cyanide. Be sure to avoid these.

9. Nanoparticles have caused kidney damage because the huge nanoparticles get stuck in the kidneys. Read the Mayo Clinic Report.

10. Some producers use oxygen as the catalyst to make their colloidal solutions. They inject oxygen into the solution and use a magnetic stirrer to create conductivity while the generator is in operation. This produces high levels of nitrogen with nanoparticles in their solution.

When you freeze the silver water solutions that use air as the catalyst, the chemicals drop to the bottom along with the silver nanoparticles. This can be seen when the silver water is thawed out.  

Colloidal silver producers who use air as a catalyst may not start out with chemicals but their product ends up with chemicals when it is completed.

11. Nanoparticle colloidal solutions are too heavy to stay suspended in the solutions by themselves. They depend on the chemicals to help the heavy nanoparticles float. 

This explains why colloidal solutions when frozen and then are thawed out you can see the nanoparticles drop to the bottom along with chemicals.

12. Many producers of low Parts Per Million products do not list the exact chemical contents in their product label.

For example:  When the label states Colloidal Silver.......10 PPM this does not list all of the ingredients. The label facts are wrong.  Such labeling is done to avoid disclosure of chemical contents. (A simple freezer test will prove that they have chemicals).  An accurate label would read Silver: 10 PPM, Hydrochloric Acid 20% of the solution.  

13. The FDA has repeatedly warned the consumer about the use of harmful chemicals contained in many silver nanoparticle solutions. For further information read their 1999 Report. 

14.  One of the most important considerations when buying colloidal silver products is the credibility of the company producing it.  

Most producers of colloidal silver solutions do not use credible testing facilities. To do so would mean they would have to disclose the chemical contents in their products.  

15. It's no secret that China and other third world countries like to make products and resell them to U.S. Manufacturers, this enables them to save tons of money on labor and other costs.

It is no different for the Colloidal Silver Industry, some of the larger companies buy their products from China. So, what is the Big Deal? The big deal is that there are patents from Asai that use chemicals, in those patents, they describe the chemical color changes that colloids can have depending on the compound that is used.

The doozy is that some of the patent they have use Formaldehyde (Embalming Fluid)! YUK! (Read about them here).
Chemicals Cause Color Changes in Colloidal Silver
When some of these types of products are exposed to heat, cold, or even sunlight, the chemicals and particles tend to drop to the bottom of the solution.  This proves that silver compounds cannot stay suspended in a solution without the help of chemicals.

Our products are of ultra-high purity and no chemicals are ever used in the production process. When our products are exposed to sunlight, high heat, low heat, or even severe cold conditions, nothing falls out of solution to the bottom of the container. The same cannot be said of Ionic and Nanoparticle Colloidal Silver producers.

According to the  World Health Organisation (WHO) , ordinary tap water may contain 7 PPM of silver nanoparticles. If silver is already present in tap water, then, it is a further testament that Low PPM nanoparticle products do not work, otherwise, we would have a very healthy population.

 We don't sell RIDICULOUSLY Low Potency Colloidal products that are only 10 or 20 PPM.

We are in this to provide solutions to serious emerging problems such as viruses and bacteria that have mutated into tougher antibiotic-resistant strains that Scientists have no answers or solutions to stop them.

Atomic Particle Colloidal Products vs. Ionic Products 

In the image, you can see the repulsive, ugly (fecal matter) looking Ionic Silver, 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: 
Ionic Silver
Monatomic ions, those ions with a single atom, start out being just a single 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 atoms. 

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 of electrons.
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.

 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.  

Positive and Negative Charged Atoms
Physics tells us that IONS are made of ATOMS and are considered to be electrically neutral if they have the exact amount of both protons and electrons.  

When external factors force atoms to have either a shortage or a surplus of electrons they’re called atomic ions or “Ions” for short. Ions are created from thermal, electrical, radiation and chemical formulation. 

Polarity is revealed with ions as they exhibit either a positive (+) or a negative (-) electrical charge. Those having a positive charge are called cations (+) and ions with a negative charge are called anions (-).   

Ions can be found in three different types

Monatomic ions, which are composed of a single atom, Polyatomic ions, which are made up of multiple ions and finally Molecular ions which are larger sized ions made from many monatomic and polyatomic ions being clustered together. 

Molecular ions present a serious concern in relation to colloidal silver solutions.    

How the formation of these molecular sized, ionic silver, particle groups creates a complication. 

Bacteria of Staphylococcus Aureus averages between ½ and 1 micrometer in size. A molecular ionic silver particle that’s between 50 and several hundred micrometers in size is not going to penetrate bacteria that small. Ultrasmall bacteria average between 320 nanometers long by 240 nanometers wide. Colloidal silver nanoparticles are often as large as 200 nm in size.  
Particles that are ⅔ the size of the bacteria itself also will not be able to penetrate it.  

The reason ionic particles of silver give just bare, minimal results is because of the way they work. They smash bacteria, viruses and similar pathogens with particles that bruise, cut and mildly shock these microorganisms while only killing off small numbers of them. The microorganisms retaliate from this assault by excreting various toxins to protect themselves.

Even if ionic silver is toxic to bacteria if it cannot penetrate the bacteria its effectiveness is minimal at best.  
Because IONS are very unstable, and attract to each other due to differences in polarity and create huge clusters, some larger than nanoparticles and can never effectively penetrate a virus.
Bacteria and Ionic Silver Particle size comparison
This would be comparable to trying to throw a soccer ball through a basketball. The soccer ball being three quarters the size of a basketball itself is not going to be able to penetrate it. Instead, it will bounce off and cause only minor damage to the basketball if anything. Nanoparticles of silver quickly cling to other particles and form Molecular Ionic clusters. These would be similar to the soccer balls in this comparison.  

Nanoparticle sized bacteria obviously has a much softer shell than a basketball does. So when silver nanoparticles impact against these bacteria, they may cause minor lacerations, bruising and micro-electrical shocks. The shocks occur because silver is the most electrically conductive element. 

Think of a fully charged 12-volt battery connected to a pair of battery cables. If you ground the cables together touching one clamp to another, it releases a spark discharge. A similar situation occurs when a colloidal silver particle with a positive charge comes in contact with viruses, bacteria or other pathogens having a negative charge. Magnetic particle attraction ensues drawing these oppositely charged particles together. Upon contact with a harmful microorganism, they discharge one or more electrons causing an electrical shock of sorts.  

Now the interesting part:  Nanoparticles of colloidal silver seldom remain as separate individual particles in a solution of water. Since they’re unable to attach to the molecules of water, they immediately begin attaching themselves to each other in rapid, sequential steps. First, most of the unstable monatomic ions attract other individual ions and quickly transform into polyatomic ions that are composed of multiple monatomic Ions. 

Magnetic particle attraction increases once the polyatomic ions have formed. Masses of polyatomic ions keep attracting quantities of nanoparticles which quickly transform into huge molecular sized ionic clusters.

Nanoparticles of silver that were 8 to 200 billionths of a meter in size grew a thousand fold and became micro-particle groups that are between 8 and 200 millionths of a meter in size, which is a thousand times larger.  

When Others Say...... "It Cannot Be Made," 
It Just Means, that... They Do Not Know How!

 Pure Means PURE!

It Clearly states:  NO Chemicals Used or Added!

  • Not made with Cyanides
  • Not made with Nitrates
  • Not made with Fluorides
  • Not made with Chlorides (salts)
  • Not made with Toluene
  • Not made with Nitric Acid
  • Not made with Hydrochloric Acid
  • Not made with Hydrogen Peroxides
  • Not made with Mercury Compounds
  • Not made with Bromides or Phosphates
  • Not made with Chloroform (Embalming Fluid ) some companies with patents use this chemical.

Only Pure Silver Minerals and Distilled Water.

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