Colloidal silver is made of balls (particles) of 3-10,000 atoms (think of it as electrically neutralized ions) which they occasionally release 1 ion here and there. Because there are millions and millions of particle balls you will have millions of ions shedding from millions of particles. The concentration of these ions is what kills bacteria and colloidal silver sheds thousands of times more ions than needed to wipe out all bacteria and viruses.
Optimal coated silver particle size
There is no need to increase the ionic concentration of another million trillion times (like transparent ionic silver does). Think of colloidal silver as a reservoir of ions like a slow-release system for silver ions. Colloidal silver more consistently and gently releases ions throughout the body and does not strongly or completely react with stomach acid like ionic (transparent) silver.
Now all other colloidal silver (competition) has a BIG problem: The particles are always electrostatically charged and attract each other. They clump together making bigger and bigger particles of silver. The particles that get bigger become a burden for the body and cannot be eliminated.
Studies with our gold and silver show that particles with sizes higher than 28-35 nm are trapped in the body like in a sieve. The eye of the sieve is less than 30 nm. All competition silver has silver that is initially or subsequently having bigger particles that will get trapped and overwhelm the body.
“Our silver: Because of the special coating we have our particles are constant – 10-11 nm and the coating is about 1 nm. Our particles do not clump together, do not interact with proteins and do not alter cellular or extracellular structures.”
Because of the coating, they swiftly can go into very small places in the body, release ions slowly, more than enough to kill bacteria and viruses, and they will not get trapped in the sieve.
Our silver always STAYS at 10-11 nm throughout the body and is able to be eliminated safely. The coating attaches extremely strong to the particles and enzymes and acids should not break them down. The testing of our silver with coca-cola containing phosphoric acid pH about 2.5, shows not even a smidge of damage to the coating.
The particles of coated silver remain unchanged
The coating is thin enough so that the particle does not become too big, is safe to ingest, is inert – does not interact with proteins or body structures, and most of all are porous in such a way that silver ions can easily pass through. Our particles should go through the stomach with negligible interaction with hydrochloric acid and the same in the intestines. A part may indeed go through the digestive tract in the stool but, because of small sizes (10-11 nm) our silver is able to go through channels and pores into the body in ways not heard of before – because of the special coating keeping particle small and un-clumped with other particles.
“All other colloidal silver clumps if not coated even if the clumping is not visible with the naked eye.”
Rest assured the manufacturing of this kind of stable product of this small and uniformsize (+ or _ 1 or 2 nm) and in this kind of concentration is truly unique, proprietary and is not at all easy to duplicate. You cannot make this kind of colloidal silver with a battery.
So what kind of colloidal silver is better: Coated or Uncoated?
Now that you realize that colloidal silver (silver particles) is the best option for antimicrobial effect, should you rely on coated or uncoated silver particles? This issue has been touched upon, but it is crucially important and should be revisited.
Coated is better for many reasons. It is the best option for colloidal silver because the coating prevents particles from clumping together and also makes them safer for human consumption.
Coating accomplishes many things:
- particle size uniformity, so particles will be safe in the body and not get trapped in tissues;
- concentration, so it can be easily, conveniently, and inexpensively transported;
- stability, so it has a practically unlimited shelf life;
- stability in complex liquids (paints, soups, cans, drinks, etc);
- a higher degree of safety, as most coated nanoparticles are.
Not every coating is appropriate. The coating must be safe to ingest and chemically inert and not reactive. It must also incorporate the right dimensions and be permeable enough for ions to pass through at a feasible rate.
“Coated Silver particles can be used in water treatments, soups, liquids, filters, or as an anti-infection agent dispersed in water. Presently, it is used in the International Space Station, hospitals, pools, and in several applications by big corporations like Samsung.”
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.