Colloidal Silver Use

Colloidal Silver Use

Where to buy best colloidal Silver?

Where to buy best colloidal Silver?
5 Star Review by Michael V. Glatt
where to buy best colloidal silver
Does colloidal silver work?
These doctors, & many dentist, veterinarians and chiropractors all say yes.
Dr. Mercola, Dr OZ, Dr. Gerry Lemole, (Dr Oz’s father-in-law) Cardiologist,
Dr Sherry Rogers MD, Dr Loren Martin, professor emeritus, medical physiology, OSU
Dr. Josh Axe DC, Dr. Robert C. Beck, D.Sc., Dr. Bruce West, DC
There are only two methods of commercial production of colloidal silver. These methods determine Where to buy best colloidal Silver.
1. Mild Protein (oldest form 115 yrs + most tested)
2. High Voltage (newest process, about 25 years old)

What is in a name or claim?

Mass marketing confusion, another maze for the consumer,

Colloidal silver vs “ionic”, “true”, “advanced”, “high voltage”, “homemade”, “non ionic”, or trademark name (marketing nomenclature used to market a “new” colloidal silver).
Names & Claims falsely identifying a competitor of wrong methods of manufacturing that is not truthful nor substantiated.
Large particle vs smallest particle
ALL colloidal silvers are colloidal which by definition: allows the silver to be absorbed into the blood. These 2 methods produce particles small enough to penetrate virus cell walls. These “measurements of small” are tiny enough to get the job done equally.
Choosing concentration.

Used topically all colloidal silvers are sufficient. (4 min kills most virus & bacteria in a petri dish)
Internally all colloidal silvers are diluted with 5-6 liters of blood. More ppm is better, especially if the virus replicates quickly!
So here is my review:
I chose a company of “Where to buy best colloidal Silver”:
• That has been in business 16 years,
• Offers both kinds of colloidal silver; mild protein up to 1100 ppm and
• High Voltage up to 20 ppm.
• Offers a money back satisfaction Guarantee,
• At a reasonable price,
• Courteous on the phone, (1 580 889 6486)
• Has other colloidal and natural products.
I have used this same company and the same product for 7 years! What a great 5 Star experience!!!

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