By making your own colloidal silver fresh, you can rest assured it has not been sitting in some hot warehouse for six months before being shipped to your local health food store, where it sits on the shelf for another six months losing potency before it is sold to you.
When you make your own, it is fresh every time. The electrical charge on every particle of silver is at its peak.
Here’s a dirty little secret most commercial vendors don’t want to tell you:
To get the best prices, people selling commercial brands have to purchase huge quantities of colloidal silver at a time from a manufacturing plant.
These huge quantities are usually sold to them in 55 gallon drums that are later shipped to a contract manufacturing laboratory where the colloidal silver is bottled up in those tiny four-ounce or eight-ounce bottles, and then shipped back to the vendor in cases of 12 or 24 bottles.
This inventory then sits in a warehouse, through summer heat and winter cold, while it is slowly being sold off, case by case, or bottle by bottle to the various health food stores or internet vendors, who in turn sell it to colloidal silver users like you.
Since all electrical charges in nature dissipate over time, and do so even faster when exposed to hot or cold, you have no idea how much electrical charge is left on the silver particles once you’ve finally purchased a bottle.
Because you have no idea how long that colloidal silver sat in a 55 gallon drum before being bottled…or how long that bottle sat in a hot or cold warehouse…or how long it sat in a UPS truck in the depth of winter or the heat of summer during shipment…or how long it sat on a store shelf before you purchased it.
But when you make your own colloidal silver with a high-quality colloidal silver generator, you can make it fresh every time for just pennies per batch.
You never have to be concerned about whether or not the product was already five months old, or ten months old, or fifteen months old or even 24 months old when it was finally sold to you.
You can make it fresh every time you need some, or you can simply throw out batches at three months, six months, or a year, or whatever makes you comfortable.
(I throw mine out after a year, even if there is no evidence of silver particles settling out of suspension. But I don’t waste it. I toss it into our hot tub for added protection from microbial growth, or put it in the dog’s water bowl, or even use it in the laundry to help keep bedding, towels, dishrags and underclothing fresh and microbe-free longer.)
Obviously, throwing away colloidal silver is something one might be reluctant to do if you have paid up to $30 or more for a tiny 4-ounce bottle from a commercial vendor.
But when you make your own high-quality colloidal silver for about thirty-six cents a quart, it is no big deal at all!
If you’re unsure of the freshness or potency of a batch you’ve made previously, toss it out into the garden (yes, plants love it) and make a fresh new batch for yourself for just pennies, and use that instead!
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