Silver Sol and Colloidal Silver: What's the Difference? Part 2

Silver sol and colloidal silver are wildly different things. 

Have you had a chance to read our latest blog yet? If you have, then you already know about a couple of the main differences between colloidal silver and silver solution. Though both have benefits, silver solution has been shown to be much safer than colloidal silver. Keep reading to learn more of the differences between silver solution and colloidal silver: 

#3. Bioavailability

Bioavailability is the proportion of any given supplement or drug that actually enters into circulation in the body and has an active effect.  The bioavailability of colloidal silver is anywhere from 15-65% (depending on the manufacturer), whereas the bioavailability of silver solution exceeds 99%! 

#4. Color, Odor and Taste

Colloidal silver is generally silver, yellow or brown in color, while silver solution is colorless. Colloidal silver has a distinct metallic flavor, while silver solution has a very faint metallic aftertaste. Colloidal silver also has a strong odor, whereas silver solution is odorless. 

#5. Missing Electrons

Colloidal silver and silver sol work the same way, they each have a missing electron. The silver destroys bacteria by removing electrons from it. Colloidal silver is missing a single electron while silver sol is missing 2. This allows silver sol to destroy one electron and charge another at the same time; in other words, silver sol is constantly killing bacteria and recharging all at once, making it much more powerful than colloidal silver. 

As you can see, colloidal silver and silver sol are wildly different things, and there are many wonderful benefits to choosing silver sol. Learn more when you visit us online today. 

11th Oct 2015

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