Going beyond the sparkle – how Silver actually heals
Silver has been effectively used for thousands of years for its natural immune-supporting and medicinal properties. Common “colloidal” or ionic silvers contain positively charged silver ions that interact in the body by stripping electrons away from bacterial walls, essentially killing them. However, they are limited in their effectiveness, in and on the body(1).
In contrast, Silver Biotics’ unique and patented SilverSol® silver particle carries a specifically engineered coating (Ag404) that can steal thousands of electrons per one silver particle. In addition, the silver particle has the same frequency as UV light (890-910 terahertz), which kills bad bacteria without physical contact. The powerful combination of the silver oxide molecule and the resonant frequency exponentially outperforms ionic silver products, while using a fraction of the amount of silver.
When it comes to safety, Silver Biotics carries the only technology with actual human ingestion safety studies and non-toxicity tests. In addition, tests also show that SilverSol silver particles do not build up in the body and are excreted within 24 hours. SilverSol will not harm probiotics in the gut flora or vaginal tract, isn’t metabolized and has no residual build up. With nearly 60 patents and a handful pending, you are guaranteed an effective, safe, and affordable product.
A use of this technology is Armor Gel, a clear, unscented, non-staining, non-stinging, antimicrobial hydrogel, a must-have first aid for the road and at home. Armor Gel is safe to ingest by children, adults, or pets and can be applied in the vaginal tract without harming all the good bacteria. Armor Gel is intended to be used as a treatment for burns, cuts, bites, abrasions, lacerations and some of the toughest drug-resistant bacteria. Supported by many studies and clinicals, it effectively kills within 4 hours MRSA, VRE, Pseudomonas, Aspergillus Niger, Staphylococcus Aureus, and E. coli. Mostly notably, Armor Gel can kill Candida in minutes without doing any harm to healthy tissue or bacteria. Armor Gel can be applied directly on an open or closed wound.
In the family of Silver Biotics, Antimicrobial Skin Cream is the first-ever of its kind in the world, as an antimicrobial moisturizer. Think of Purell meeting Lubriderm without any alcohol, unnatural or harsh ingredients with antibacterial action for 4+ hours on yours skin. Shaking hands or touching doorknobs won’t rub off this protection. Hyaluronic acid, coconut oil, vitamin E, and Silver Biotics silver combine to treat skin infections and affections such as: eczema, rash, dryness, yeast, fungus, and shingles among many others.
During the period of typical sleep, bacteria can form into biofilm, a tough multi-layered enemy to good health. In fact, biofilm has been directly linked to heart disease and is incredibly tough to breakdown. The resonating frequency of this silver technology allows it to pierce the biofilm layer and remove it from the teeth. This means that when brushing with Tooth Gel at night, you can wake up without any film on your teeth the morning after. This natural product has no foaming agent and is safely ingested because it contains no SLS, parabens, or fluoride. Combat gingivitis, periodontitis, bacteria, and wake up with a clean mouth like you just came from the dentist.
Options among silver products are increasing, so is the confusion. With this technology, the benefits and safety of Silver Biotics are made abundantly clear.
In addition to our spectrum of products, we will be launching later in 2019 Manuka Honey Silver lozenges with a high-grade UMF rating of 16+. Also stay tuned for the Facial Serum with Hyaluronic acid and our Toothpaste with a natural foaming agent and natural whitener that will remineralize rather than burn away enamel.
- Spectrum of antimicrobial activity associated with ionic colloidal silver.
Kira Morrill, Kathleen May, Daniel Leek, Nicole Langland, La Deana Jeane, Jose Ventura, Corey Skubisz, Sean Scherer, Eric Lopez, Ephraim Crocker, et al. J Altern Complement Med. 2013 Mar; 19(3): 224–231. Published online 2012 Sep 27. doi: 10.1089/acm.2011.0681