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Colloidal Silver

Colloidal silver is a broad term for a solution that can contain various concentrations of ionic silver compounds, silver colloids, or silver compounds bound to proteins in water. Colloidal silvers have been around for hundreds if not thousands of years and have been used by many ancient civilizations as a means to maintain health. Before the mainstream discovery and acceptance of antibiotics in the early 1900's, silver products were used by doctors. These earlier versions of silver products are not to be discounted because they indeed provided countless favorable benefits to those who used them to improve their health. But just like any new discovery, as technology and science advances, we find more efficient and effective ways to design and engineer products.

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Out With The Old

Take for instance the Wright Flyer 1, the first powered aircraft designed by the Wright Brothers. At the time of its first flight, nothing like it existed in the world. It was a remarkable advancement in the technology and physics of transportation. Now imagine for a second, if the people had stopped innovating after the Wright Flyer 1. They had accomplished the goal of flying. If the world would have settled for that who knows where we would be today.

In With The New

Like the innovators who moved past the Wright Flyer 1, we have taken the old technology of colloidal silver and improved it to create the next generation of silver products. Through a new manufacturing technology, patented under multiple patents, our advanced nano-silver solution has become the new standard by which all other silver products are measured. We call this new generation of colloidal silver, SilverSol®, SilverSol® Technology, or SilverSol® 101. Not only is our SilverSol® Technology more advanced than the original colloidal silvers, but through years of research at leading universities, we've compiled thousands of pages of test work documenting many key advances.

ABL Difference

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Ag404 Molecule:

A thin multivalent silver oxide coating, built of numerous of Ag404 molecules, surrounds the metallic nano sized silver core.

More Stable and Bioavailable:

With the Ag404 coating, the nano silver particle is attracted to the surrounding water molecules, and as such, becomes part of the structure of the water. This makes the silver much more stable and bioavailable than other forms of silver.

Multiple Modes of Action

Testing has uncovered multiple modes of action by which the ABL Metallic Nano-silver Particle functions. First, it has an ability to steal multiple electrons (compared to ionic silvers which can only steal one). Second, each particle is permanently embedded with a resonant frequency, which allows the particles to have a positive effect on things, without needing direct contact with them. Lastly, the particles also utilize a very useful electrostatic charge.

Other Colloidal Silver Technology

Ionic Silver
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Ionic Silver is one of the most common forms of silver liquid found in the supplement industry today. Many are made by diluting chemical forms of silver, like silver nitrate, to a desired parts per million (ppm), which is then bottled and sold to the public.

Although ionic silver products have the smallest particle size (which they usually tout), they are often the least stable and can easily fall out of solution.

Additionally, ionic forms of silver only have one mode of action. Once each silver ion steals its missing electron, it becomes neutral and is no longer useful in the body.

Lastly, ionic forms of silver are metabolized, and as a result, can bind up in the body. Over extended periods of time this build up could cause a skin condition known as Argyria, otherwise known as the blue man's syndrome.

Silver Bound with Protein
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Mild silver proteins are simply another form of ionic silver. The only difference being that because ionic forms of silver are not generally stable and because they contain unusually large amounts of silver, they are sometimes bound to a protein.

The idea behind binding the ionic silver to the protein is to help make the product more stable than traditional forms of ionic silver, as well as, hopefully making the ionic solution more bioavailable.

However, as a result of this binding with protein, the silver ion is less functional and useful than traditional ionic silver ions. Consequently, higher levels of silver (ppm) are needed to obtain the desired effect.