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Why Is Mesosilver The Most Effective Colloidal Silver Product?

The ability of the colloid to react with its environment is directly determined by total particle surface area. Therefore the effectiveness of colloidal silver is predicated on particle surface area and particle surface area is also the most important parameter to compare colloidal products. Read More »

Effectiveness: MesoSilver vs. Ionic Silver

Comparison of antimicrobial effectiveness against e-coli is shown for MesoSilver and an Ionic Silver product. Read More »

Surface Area Comparison Table

A table showing the particle surface area values for various commercial colloidal silver products. Read More »

Colloidal Silver Toxicity

Purest Colloids, Inc. hired one of the leading independent laboratories in the U.S. to do a toxicology study on the colloidal silver product, MesoSilver. Read More »

Not All Colloidal Products Are Colloids ...

When discussing metal colloids, such as colloidal silver, the term colloid means particles in suspension, which for colloidal silver means silver nanoparticles. Most products advertised as “colloidal silver” contain mostly silver ions, not silver particles, so technically they are silver solutions, not silver colloids. Read More »

Ions Or Particles

Colloidal silver contains silver in two distinctly different forms: silver nanoparticles and silver ions. The silver content of MesoSilver is typically 80% nanoparticles and 20% silver ions, while other products typically fall in the range between 75 to 99 % ionic. Read More »

What Is Ionic Silver?

Many products on the market today are labeled as colloidal silver but they actually consist mostly of ionic silver. Why is it important? Read More »

About Ionic Gold

Ionic gold is what some producers call their non-colloidal gold supplements. Monatomic gold is another name some companies call their ionic gold products. Ionic gold is a water soluble gold salt that is dissolved in water. Read More »

Colloidal Gold Studies

Three colloidal gold studies are discussed - Effect of colloidal metallic gold on cognitive functions, Colloidal gold in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and Management of rheumatoid arthritis. Read More »

How Big (Small) Are Mesoparticles?

An animation shows the relative size of the silver nanoparticles in MesoSilver. Watch »


are products consisting of mesoparticles, particles that have a particle surface area many times greater than colloids produced by other methods. Read More »


is a trademarked name of an advanced proprietary process developed by the scientists at the Colloidal Science Laboratory, Inc. Read More »


are defined as particles that are larger than an atom and smaller than conventional small particles. Read More »


Most of the material that is published concerning the bioavailability of colloidal silver products misrepresents the true meaning of the term. Read More »

Silver Nanoparticles: No Threat to the Environment

This report will demonstrate that silver nanoparticles do not remain “nanosize” when they come in contact with normal environmental samples, such as soil and water, but they agglomerate to form much larger, much less biologically effective, silver particles which are non-toxic, non-ionic and have no history of being harmful to the environment or aquatic life. Read More »

History Of Silver

For thousands of years silver has been used as a healing and anti-bacterial agent by civilizations throughout the world. Its medical, preservative and restorative powers can be traced as far back as the ancient Greek and Roman Empires. Read More »

History Of Gold

The earliest records of the use of gold for medicinal and healing purposes come from Alexandria, Egypt. Over 5000 years ago, the Egyptians ingested gold for mental, bodily and spiritual purification. The ancients believed that gold in the body worked by stimulating the life force and raising the level of vibration on all levels. Read More »

History Of Copper

Throughout history, healers have understood the value of copper in obtaining and maintaining optimum health. Whether topically applied or ingested, many forms of copper and copper compounds were used throughout history for the treatment of disease. Copper has been used for medicinal purposes as far back as ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome as well as in the ancient Aztec civilization. Read More »

Silver For Burns

Silver has been used for thousands of years as a healing and preventive health product. Treating wounds with silver was common from the 1800s to the mid-1900s, when the use of antibiotics took precedence in the medical field. However, silver is still utilized in many medical circumstances. Read More »

Colloidal Silver Bandages

Using true colloidal silver that contains most of its silver content in the form of silver nanoparticles, it is easy to make silver bandages at home. The bandage pad is simply soaked in the colloidal silver and allowed to dry. Read More »

Silver Socks

Learn how to make silver socks at home at minimal cost. Enjoy all the benefits of the antimicrobial properties to have when silver nanoparticles are infused in socks. No more foot odor, smelly shoes and sneakers. Read More »

The Blue Man Fraud

By now nearly everyone has seen the story of the Blue Man that has appeared in the print and electronic mass media. The Blue Man story became a major media disinformation event which was produced by a public relations firm and paid for by a pharmaceutical interest. The purpose of this campaign was to scare the public away from using colloidal silver products. The tactic was to claim that the Blue Man's condition was caused by his use of colloidal silver thus implying that anyone who uses colloidal silver would suffer a similar fate. Read More »

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