There are lot of sites who offer apparently quality colloidal silver generators for a “bargain price”, all we can say is that you get what you pay for.
There are lot of sites who offer apparently quality colloidal silver generators for a “bargain price”… All we can say is that you get what you pay for – and sometimes not even that…We had over the years lots of people coming to us with samples of there self made colloidal silver in order for us to test it: More often than not we discovered that the silver had already started to agglomerate and tiny particles could actually be seen in the solution….the ppm often showed to be completely beyond the strength (eg. 50 ppm) these people were expecting to drink….
Many of the cheaper priced generators are questionable in regards to the quality of silver they produce (many experts refer to them as ‘mud-makers’.
Do you know for sure what particle size (this determines the quality of your silver) the generator is capable of producing?
Do you have water that is pure enough to produce highest quality colloidal silver – distilled water we bought from supermarkets wasn’t quite pure enough as you would expect it to be…do you have the right equipment to test the purity of your water?
The water we use for our range is of laboratory purity, about 0.0 – 0.1 micro-semens, the purity of 3x distilled water but instead of being completely robbed of oxygen, our water is actuall oxygen enhanced. The purity is important if you want to have the best silver there is – and this is not to speak of its energetic, coherent molecular structure .
We believe there are some high quality generators available, but why bother and have a big expense (not to speak of the right additional water purifying / energising equipment when you can obtain the best possible quality silver for a very very affordable price for hassle free, peace-of-mind use?
1. This is a transmission electron microscope photo of CS poorly made samples of home made colloidal silver (this would cause Argyria), photos were made at 100,000 power magnification.
2. This is a transmission electron microscope photo of our CS. The typical particle size is in the range of .001 to .005 um (Micrometer) that converts to 1 – 5 Nanometer in size. Magnification is 100,000 times. Notice the uniformity of particle shapes. Also note the particles are separate rather than agglomerated. There are basically 2 different sizes. shown. This is very high quality ionic colloidal silver.