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Offline Yoikyasi

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Sovereign silver .8nm particles?
« on: May 29, 2020, 12:17:06 AM »
Sorry if I am posting in the wrong place but I am unsure where to post this.
So now the sovereign silver website is “busting silver myths” with what looks like more mythological evidence... telling people yellow silver water is bad...

“Yellow Color = Large Particles = LOWER EFFICACY & WASTED SILVER!“

https://sovereignsilver.com/2018/04/12/busting-silver-myths-should-colloidal-silver-be-amber-or-clear/

Everything I have read on this forum says otherwise...

They claim their clear colloidal silver has nano particles smaller than .8 nm
From my understanding this would make a clear colloid correct? But is .8nm particles even possible? How would you do that?
So if it is in fact .8 nm metallic silver is there a simple way to test that it’s there?
Will adding salt be sufficient to test it?

One post in this forum about sovereign silver made me think it in fact has no silver at all...
What a sad world we have if in fact the number 1 company selling silver product in the US has no silver in it at all...

Thank you!

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Re: Sovereign silver .8nm particles?
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2020, 12:26:17 AM »
Anything below 5nm in size has actually been shown to be cytotoxic i.e. dangerous to ingest.

They're full of ****, either way.

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Re: Sovereign silver .8nm particles?
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2020, 12:49:23 AM »
Thanks! U know it’s hard to tell what is true in this misinformation age...
So many liars just trying to make dollars with no real care about the end user...
I’m happy I feel like I found a place where the lies are being dispelled.

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Re: Sovereign silver .8nm particles?
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2020, 01:04:24 AM »
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They claim their clear colloidal silver has nano particles smaller than .8 nm
From my understanding this would make a clear colloid correct? But is .8nm particles even possible? How would you do that?
I see several problems with that.
The diameter of a single silver atom is about .32 nm.  How many atoms would fit into that nanoparticle.
At such small diameters, there would be negligible electrostatic repulsion.  So a stabilizer would be needed.
Calling .8nm a nanoparticle is not the accepted definition.  Below 1 nm is called an atom cluster.
I call BS, unless its actually some silver compound.
I certainly would not ingest it.
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