There’s been research showing how ionic silver and nano (colloidal) silver work differently. Nano silver is able to move through the body, as well as cells, to do it’s job. Ionic silver does two things: it forms compounds when exposed to other charged particles, and it lingers outside of cells next to those particles, rather than moving through and, eventually, out.
Laboratory studies have even found evidence that ionic silver is less effective. Nano silver, and MesoSilver specifically, eradicates pathogens below levels of detection in about a day. In the same amount of time, ionic silver can only make a dent in the number of pathogens.
Here are a few things that make MesoSilver more effective:
-It got a neutral charge, so it isn’t looking to hook up with the first available thing to satisfy its electron count.
-It’s got the smallest particle size on the market (last we checked).
-Having the smallest particle size means that it has the most surface area, meaning more opportunity to deactivate pathogens.
-It’s got a high particle count. Some companies try and rip you off by saying that fewer parts per million (ppm) is somehow safer. What they’re really saying is you get less when you buy their product, and their product isn’t 100% safe so it’s somehow a good thing. Since it’s usually ionic silver manufacturers saying this, I have to agree!
What are your questions about Mesosilver vs. Ionic Silver?