Tragically, now there are numerous scams online about Colloidal Silver
and Gold you need to be aware of when shopping online:
1. Most colloidal silver being sold online is homemade in people's homes,
apartments or small shops using what essentially are small automotive battery chargers. They do not produce colloidal silver. They product ionic silver. This means the silver particles are larger and too large for cells. Since silver does not dissolve being a metal, ionic silver is worthless regardless of claimed PPM concentration. While they use professional looking website templates and label their bottles using a label printer, they are not selling colloidal silver.
2. WORSE, a new collection of home based
scamsters are selling bottles they label on websites they make
that contain NO silver in any form. They are simply dissolving
alum, salt, sugar or any other dissolvable substance in water so
it registers on a ppm meter.
3. A new scam is offering colloidal silver in pill or capsule form. At best, this is putting a small dash of sliver particles in a filler such as calcium. Those particles are the size of boulders to cells.
There is NO legitimate solid form of colloidal silver or gold.
Even if they promise 250ppm, 500ppm, 1000ppm pills, these are not
colloidal silver and are worthless.
4. Be careful when selecting who to buy colloidal gold
from. If made wrongly it can cause permanent nerve damage. Colloidal gold must be made with pure gold, not cheaper gold compounds, and with a precise process to eliminate the potential harmful effects.
5. Colloidal silver is ALWAYS clear. It is
never has a yellow or brown tint, nor could it. The natural
color of silver is very light gray and water is clear. Yellow or
brown tint is impossible. Also, dissolving salt in it turning
cloudy does NOT prove it is colloidal silver.
6. You should only buy colloidals or ANY other
health product online from known, established companies. If
not, despite what the website claims, it is over 80% likely you
will NOT receive what you ordered and the contents could
devastate your health in the long run.
Click here to learn more about
safeguards in buying colloidal silver.
WHY YOU CAN TRUST OUR COLLOIDAL SILVER
We have been in business for
decades and operate in numerous commercial facilities. We
warehouse all products we offer, directly ship to you promptly,
and have live telephone representatives. If you explore our full
website collection you will also see the extensive product lines
we offer. We also do private labeling for hundreds of companies,
both physical stores and legitimate online merchants. Most
importantly, we tell you how the Colloidal Silver we offer is
made and we do not make extreme promises of immediate cures for
every known disease and ailment like fraudulent sellers do.
|WARNING ABOUT ONLINE SALES
OF COLLOIDAL SILVER
The popularity of colloidal silver lead to a boom of internet home-based marketers selling what they call "colloidal silver" and terribly overpriced kits to make your own. Others sell fast-make solutions made from silver nitrate, which is horrifically dangerous to use. All this severely damaged the reputation of true colloidal silver.
The worst of all are those now just mixing silver powder
with gelatin and selling it for as much as $400.00 a
quart, when it is worth exactly $0.
Inexpensive PPM testers only test for particles in
water, not what those particles are. Some true frauds
are simply adding a dash of dissolvable salt or sugar
and there is zero silver in any from, the concentration
too low to taste it.
Modern website templates allow anyone to make it
look like they are a real company. People who are
not familiar with constructing websites do not
realize there are free website templates show
employees, laboratories, facilities, clients and
customers and more - all fake. Many are high school
and college kids who are computer savvy. It is a
money-making game to them. They may take pictures from Google Images, claiming this is who they are, claim to be doctors, PhDs, biochemists or any other claim.
According to a study by the F.D.A. over 80% of all health and dietary supplements now sold online do not contain
ANY of the claimed ingredients.
EXAMPLES OF WHAT TO BEWARE OF REGARDING
1. They claim to have 500ppm and higher colloidal
silver. This is worthless "protein silver" which is
just mixing silver powder with gelatin. It has no
beneficial value whatsoever and is 100% worthless.
2. The seller makes up some other name for what they are selling like
Super Silver, MessaSilver, MaxiSilver, AtomSilver,
Nano Silver, UltramaxSilver, etc -
and then bizarrely brag they are the only person/company selling it. It bizarre because it is a non-existence substance for a name they just made up - they claim they are the only one selling it
(when there is no such thing as what they claim they are selling.)
If they are selling Colloidal Silver, why would they
call it something else?
Some of such
websites are massively voluminous to link after link
of studies, details and descriptions - all as
diversion. It is as if you were reading pages and
pages about diamonds, with the seller hoping you do
not notice the person is selling "real genuine
diamondite," meaning it is not a diamond at all.
Does the seller tell you the actual ingredients?
Does it have "protein?" NO colloidal silver has
"protein." Silver and water are not organic. Protein
is. Or why does the seller not call it colloidal
silver, though talks about colloidal silver?
3. They also sell other EXTREMELY health destructive products also called Colloidal. For example, colloidal palladium* and
colloidal platinum** are EXTREMELY health destructive! Iridium is another example. Anyone who would try to sell you products that destroy human health are SO horrific why would you possibly believe their Colloidal Silver is legitimate. Other examples include claiming they are selling colloidal silica, colloidal zinc and colloidal - or sticking the word
colloidal in front of anything else they can think of, and then claiming amazing health benefits.
It is hard to believe anyone
would sell a product known to damage a person's health, isn't it? Most likely their rational is that since all they REALLY are selling is probably bottles of water anyway they are only stealing from you, not killing you. Thieves do not care about you. They only care about your money. If they can convince you to buy a bottle of water with anything in it to show on a ppm meter, they will do it.
4. They claim laboratory tests PROVE their product. Anyone can doctor up a lab report or buy a legitimate product and have it tested, and then claim that is what they are selling.
5. Testimonials. Anyone can make up testimonials. Unless they provide the names, addresses and phone numbers of such people testimonials are worthless.
is highly toxic (poisonous) and is
a known carcinogenic (causes cancers) and
can permanently damage cellular DNA.
** Platinum is toxic and causes life
threatening and permanent bone
marrow, liver and kidney damage.