Bottled in a convenient size (16 oz.) and with an exciting and innovative formulation, we feel Silver GlucoPlus is our best silver-based product to date.
Many people know there are two ways to make colloidal silver..the right way and the wrong way. The wrong way is to simply put silver in acid and it will dissolve into tiny particles with very large parts-per million. The problem is, this does not work and here is why.
Acids are missing electrons, so if a dissolved silver product is made using acid, it has no electrons to contribute due to the acid depletion, essentially making it worthless.
Silver GlucoPlus is made very slowly, with electrolysis, in water. With electricity in water we are able to decrease the particle size of the raw silver by an entire atom. Each silver atom particle has a positive charge thereby pushing its neighbor away, making it colloidal or hanging in solution.
Even more interesting, our silver sits in an alkaline base, making the free electron even stronger and more effective. The most exciting new improvement is the addition of special sugar molecules that are bound to the silver particles. D-Mannose and D-Fructose attract more pathogens as a food source, then the silver can neutralize them. Because of a geometric property known as chirality, our right-handed rotating sugar molecules will not be absorbed by normal healthy cells. Unwanted cells, however, will be strongly attracted to them and then get zapped by an electron!
A properly made colloidal silver/sugar molecule has massive advantages as a non-toxic, natural disease fighter. As the product goes throughout the body, it manages to find and disable disease causing agents.
To make it even stronger, add in 1/4 teaspoon of our MetOH, for every teaspoon of Silver GlucoPlus taken. Doing so can increase the power of the silver by 20%. When added in at this ratio, one bottle of MetOH would supercharge 8 bottles of Silver GlucoPlus.
16 oz BPA-Free bottle
Ingredients: Alkalized water base, Colloidal Silver 30 PPM, D-Mannose 5mg, D-Fructose 4mg per 16 ounce bottle
Serving Size: 1 teaspoon
Servings per bottle: approx. 96