Dr. Rob demonstrates in this video how silver particle size matters in a fun way that even those of us who didn't like science class can understand.
When it comes to colloidal silver, there is a lot of misinformation that people take at face value without doing the research. In this article, we’ll separate fact from fiction and discuss a few of the most confusing myths about colloidal silver.
Some Colloidal silver products have a high concentration of silver, such as a 250ppm or even a 500ppm of total concentration. They want you to believe that the more silver, the more potent their product. It’s just not that simple (we wish it were as we’d just add more silver!). What they don’t tell you on the package is
While it sounds like something easy to do, (it’s just water, silver and electricity, right?), creating colloidal silver at home has risks that are often misunderstood and overlooked.
There has been a lot of buzz in the colloidal silver world recently regarding structured silver. Some say it’s the only truly effective form of silver supplement. Others are calling it nothing more than a marketing gimmick. We asked our Director of Science, Dr. Robert MacCuspie, to explain what structured silver really means.
Imagine this...you’re searching the web to find the best silver product for immune support*. You’re comparing Brands A, B & C. They ALL seem to say something different and often contradict each other. It can be very confusing. This is why we have decided to rescue you… with the true SCIENCE behind silver! But how do you know whether to trust our science over any other brand? Ultimately that is up to you, but
Does size really matter? We’ve all heard this age old question about any number of things in the world. Over the last 50 years we’ve been trained as consumers to believe that bigger is better. Think “do you want to supersize that?” or “now 20% more…”. However, in the world of silver particles for immune support*, smaller is
Shopping for a quality colloidal silver product can be confusing. Every brand claims it’s superior because it has “higher ppm” or is more “concentrated.” How do you choose the right product?