Tag: colloidal silver

What Is Colloidal Silver Used For?

Colloidal Silver works as a catalyst, disabling the enzyme that one-celled bacteria, fungi, and viruses use for their metabolism. Read More

Colloidal vs Ionic Silver

Silver ions are water-soluble and exist only in the presence of water or other solvent. Silver ions diffuse through a solution due to the mutual repulsion they have for each other caused by their ionic charge. Silver ions exist as individual entities in solution and do not cluster together to form particles like atoms. Read More

Podcast 218: Silver as Antimicrobial

With Martin Pytela and Scott Paton. A centuries-old way to wipe out bacterial, viral and fungal invaders. It deprives them of oxygen so they die… Read More