Is Nanosilver More Effective Than Ionic Colloidal Silver?
The nanosilver v/s ionic colloidal silver debate has heated up on the internet once again, and based on the questions I’m receiving it’s clear that people new to colloidal silver usage are more confused than ever by the conflicting reports.
So here’s the bottom-line facts in a nutshell, so you’ll never again be confused about the profound differences between nanosilver and ionic silver. Once you understand the simple facts below, you’ll never again be taken in by all of the nanosilver nonsense…
Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge…
Well, it looks like Dr. Rima and others on the internet are up to their old tricks again, claiming that only nanosilver is effective against Ebola, and that the ionic form of colloidal silver is not effective at all.
Setting aside the question of whether or not any form of silver has ever been proven effective against Ebola (see my previous article, here), the idea that nanosilver is “more effective” than ionic colloidal silver is just plain silly.
Here's the bottom line:
Here’s what the real experts have to say:
As you can see, the experts agree that it’s the silver ion (i.e., ionic silver) that is the active, infection-fighting form of silver.
And if you don’t believe me, or the experts above, see the comprehensive documentation in the article “Experts Agree: It’s the Silver Ion That Gives Colloidal Silver Its Antimicrobial Power” at this link.
All other forms of silver – including nanosilver -- are effective against pathogens only to the extent they’re able to shed silver ions inside the human body.
In other words, for silver to be effective against pathogens in the body, it must be in the ionic state. If it is not ionic when it’s ingested, it has to be converted by the body into the ionic form before it can be effective against pathogens.
As Alan B. Lansdown, Britain’s top expert on antimicrobial silver explains in his book for doctors, “Silver In Healthcare: It’s Antimicrobial Effects and Safety in Use,” metallic silver (i.e., nanosilver) is inert. That means it has no infection-fighting qualities whatsoever, until it comes into contact with acidic bodily fluids and begins to shed silver ions:
In other words, once ingested, nanosilver must first be converted by the body into ionic silver in order to have any infection-fighting benefits whatsoever.
So why bother to use nanosilver, when you can ingest the active, infection-fighting form of colloidal silver – the ionic form -- instead?
Here’s what the purveyors of nanosilver don’t want you to know:
The ionic form of colloidal silver has been the #1 best-selling form of colloidal silver in the entire world for over 60 years. And that’s because, pure and simple, it works best. Every reputable medical and clinical expert on silver agrees.
The claim that nanosilver is more effective than ionic silver is ludicrous at face value, considering the fact that nanosilver has to be converted to ionic silver in the human body before it can be effective against pathogens.
Get the Facts…
If you'll read that web page carefully and thoughtfully, you'll know more about the differences between the main types of colloidal silver than 99% of all people, including most of the so-called "experts" on the internet.
Those claiming that nanosilver is “more effective” than ionic silver know that once you discover you can make their own high-quality ionic colloidal silver for a few pennies per quart, you’ll never again buy over-priced commercial “nanosilver” products.
It’s that simple.
Nanosilver is a neat little buzz word. But it’s just tiny metal particles of silver suspended in water that, once ingested, must first be converted into the ionic form in the human body in order to work against pathogens.
It’s the silver ion that does all of the work. Period. Dot. End of story.
So the more silver ions in your solution, the more effective it’s going to be. That’s the indisputable fact of the matter. The very best colloidal silver suspension is one composed of 100% pure, unadulterated silver ions, like the ones you can make with a new Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from The Silver Edge.
Learn the facts at www.TrueColloidalSilverFacts.com, and the purveyors of colloidal silver gimmickry will never again be able to pull the wool over your eyes with their nonsense.
And if you’d like to learn how to make your own, high-quality micro-particle colloidal silver (pure, unadulterated ionic silver) for less than 36 cents a quart, click this link.
Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver….
Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,
Steve Barwick, author
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