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Ingredients: Restructured (Re-Oxygenated) distilled water, colloidal silver 15PPM charged with negative ions (From Earthing Mat) *treated with a tuning fork @ 528Hz
Directions for best results
2 tsp in the early day
1 tsp in the evening.
Max 8 tsp daily.
100% Pure Colloidal Silver | 15ppm | Tuned to 528Hz for DNA Repair
What is Structured Water?
It is a molecular arrangement of water molecules that exists when water is near hydrophilic surfaces like magnets the water molecules join together hexagonally but are not glued together by protons. The majority of the water in your body is structured water as your bodily tissues are hydrophilic. Helps create energy & oxygen in the cell.
What is PPM?
PPM = parts or particles per million in a body of water or solution. Colloidal = nanoparticles so tiny and lacking in heavy mass or density that it stays suspended as nanoparticles floating in the solution.
Note: Generally, there are vendors that will go ahead celebrate and offer much higher PPM levels like 50+PPM of silver particles. This is now harmful as larger size particles start to connect to other compounds unwarranted in the body and are over the RFD (RFD is a research-tested safe oral reference dose) and is now toxic in the liver and can even lead to argyria, which is characterized by a bluish-gray skin pigment discoloration. Our colloidal silver products are all at 15PPM with a recommended dose of 2-3 Tsp daily and can be taken up to 5 Tsp on a daily if needed, all while securely below the RFD level. Offering, clear integrity and trust of this timeless, well-renowned, elemental supplement, and lifestyle product.
Is Colloidal (Ag) a Heavy Metal?
The term “heavy metal” is generally meant to refer to metals that are considered toxic to humans, even in low doses (e.g., mercury). Technically, silver (Ag) is listed as a “transition metal” on the periodic table. Other metals listed as transition metals include nutritional minerals you would be familiar with, but can also be identified as toxic such as chromium, copper, zinc and iron. It all depends on the state that it is in which changes its physical and chemical properties.