For those that are looking for effective colloidal silver I highly recommend it.
You've have a total of two posts in 4 months. That's total. One for CS, and never mentioned why you can recommend this product so highly.
"Due to its sheer size, the nanoparticle and or silver ion will not be able to restrain the virus, bacteria or pathogen from spreading into the body and may actually get trapped in the kidneys, liver or skin cells, which in turn produces a grey blue skin condition called Argyria".
This is bullsh*t. When the "Blue man issue first surfaced it was reported that he made it with tap water with the chlorine, flourides, and other assorted nasties. On top of that he put salt into it to speed up the process which produced a solution similar to what is used in dark rooms to develope film. Then he was drinking 8 oz 3 times a day besides rubbing it on his face. This light sensitive solution while out in the sun made him turn blue. It had nothing to do with particle size that got trapped in his kidneys.
I have used CS for years, and have gotten rid of bacteria, and viruses with just 6 PPM. I use it for everything, and now make it up to 15 PPM. The only time we hear the BS about particle size is when somebody that sells CS brings it up like this guy who just happened to put up his link for potential customer that don't know any better. Silver Atoms my a$$.
That self-written news release is nothing but a blatant advertisement of a bogus product and it is as full of garbage as other past attempts here to promote a "single atom" high PPM colloidal silver product.
When this company (gold2 live, goldgevity) first tried to burst on the scene at CZ their site was advertising that they used a secret method which involved technology revealed to them by aliens. I kid you not! And they did not know the difference between parts per million and particles. From reading the article, it looks like they haven't learned much in the interim. That are else they are determined to just keep lying. Take your pick . .
First of all, there is no technology which produces single-atom sized particles. None, Zilch, And no one has ever provided any proof whatsoever about a product made of single particle atoms other than pointing to a scientific paper which says that it is "theoretically possible". Yeah, it is also theoretically possible to travel back in time, but we have yet to see it.
Now, let's look at a new claim I had not noticed before in this "article":
"a single nanoparticle which is about 250,000,000 times larger than a single atom"
What total utter nonsense! The radius of a single silver atom is 0.288 nm in diameter. Silver nanoparticles in the best colloidal silver products range down to as small as 0.65 nm and less - and even the homemade silver products particle sizes are seldom much above 50 nm in radius.
250,000,000 atoms into a single nanoparticle? So now the company is not only using "alien" technology, they are using Tardis technology from Doctor Who!
Please stop spamming this forum with this bullcrap information!
Yeah, why would I be skeptical of a company that once claimed their "single atom" technology was revealed to them by aliens? Or that did not know the difference between parts per milion and particles? And then came here trying to present themselves as authorities on colloidal silver? You know, there is a very good reason the the WM has banned multiple user IDs who tried to push their bogus bullcrap about single atom silver solutions.
Using a scientifc paper which says it is "theoretically possible" to have single atoms is about as valid as it would be for me to sell a homemade circuit board as a time travel device because science says that time travel is theoretically possible.
Once again, it is theoretically possible but practice has never matched theory and there is no proof whatsoever of anyone ever producing a single atom silver solution. The closest are a couple of companies whose particles range down to 0.65 or slightly less nanometers in diameter.
You may choose to believe what you want, but people here who really know about colloidal and ionic silver laugh at the single atom claims.