You get pure colloidal silver every time, because you’re in control of the entire colloidal silver production process.
Believe it or not, many unscrupulous commercial colloidal silver vendors actually add ingredients to their colloidal silver products that don’t appear on the label.
For example, some add yellow food coloring. That’s because they know that novice colloidal silver users are under the misguided impression that “golden-colored” colloidal silver has more powerful infection-fighting qualities.
Nothing could be further from the truth, of course. There has never been a study demonstrating that golden-colored colloidal silver is superior in any way to colloidal silver that is crystal clear. But this little piece of conventional “wisdom” persists, and some commercial colloidal silver vendors try to capitalize on it by adding yellow food dye to their product, to make it appear golden-colored.
The problem is that any time you add an ingredient to your colloidal silver – whether it is any of the popular additives such as salt, baking soda, MSM, aloe vera or even food dye – you create a condition in which the silver particles begin to bond together in large clusters around the additive.
That’s because the additive changes the electrical potential of the silver particle, allowing particles that would normally repel each other in the solution to bond with each other instead, forming large particle clusters.
This generally causes premature precipitation of the silver particles (i.e., the silver particles begin to fall out of suspension and coat the bottom of the bottle), not to mention the fact that you are ingesting overly large silver particle clusters instead of the far more effective individual silver micro-particles you really need for maximum infection-fighting power.
In other documented cases, colloidal silver vendors have added protein or gelatin coatings to their silver particles, ostensibly in order to help stabilize them in the solution.
The resulting problem is that those coatings so completely cover the silver particles that microbial growth begins to spread on the outer shell of the coating. The silver particles can’t kill the microbes because they are coated so thoroughly by the gelatin or protein. Therefore you actually get microbial growth inside of a colloidal silver product!
But that simply can’t happen when you make your own colloidal silver with a high-quality colloidal silver generator.
Each of the literally billions of sub-microscopic silver particles in your solution are “raw,” meaning they are not coated by any substance or bonded to any substance. It is simply pure silver, and nothing else. And therefore microbial growth simply cannot take place in the solution.
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