What Are the Differences Between Colloidal Silver and Ionic Silver?

It’s important to understand the difference between colloidal silver and ionic silver.

Colloidal Silver is small silver particles suspended in a liquid. These particles are stable and suitable for both external (skin) and internal use. It is the most desirable form of silver solution. Spooky2 can make true colloidal silver.

Ionic silver is silver atoms dissolved within a liquid. The atom size is much smaller than colloidal silver particles. Each atom is missing one electron, making them highly reactive. Ionic silver is converted into undesirable silver chloride when it encounters body salts, so may be suitable for external (skin) use only.

Marketing hype has created confusion. Most “colloidal silver” being sold and made is in fact more than 90% ionic silver which is only suitable for topical use. Once inside the body it becomes ineffective. The particle size of ionic silver is one molecule.

There are visible differences between colloidal silver and ionic silver. These drinking glasses contain two different batches of silver solution, each with roughly 15ppm silver concentration. The glass on the left was made using the old-fashioned direct current (battery) method. It has a high ionic content, no color, and is clear. Adding salt, however, will make it turn cloudy as the silver ions convert to silver chloride. The glass on the right has a high colloidal content and a golden hue. Adding salt will not alter its clarity. It was created over two days using very low current and the special Spooky2 waveform.


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