The Difference Between Colloidal Silver and Ionic Silver

| Modified on Oct 19, 2021

Ionic Silver
Posted by Martin S. (Placerville, Ca. 95667) on 10/19/2021
5 out of 5 stars

Friend, I have also been using ionic silver and producing it myself since 1999, I used to have the same problems you were having and since I started using it I have had amazing health, I am 74 and I would put colloidal silver against any man made drug out there, I know it works for everything including pain from burns, I have never had an infection from cuts or anything else. Ionic silver is as safe as drinking water.

Convert Ionic Silver to Colloidal
Posted by Bill (Pa) on 02/09/2018

Add 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda, 3 drops of Karo, and heat it to about 140 degrees (IE: it doesn't have to boil).

Since there is no issue with plateout, baking soda is sufficient.


Convert Ionic Silver to Colloidal
Posted by Tim (Brisbane, Australia) on 02/08/2018

Thank you for your suggestion. I will try 1/4 of the solution and experiment with your tips.

Convert Ionic Silver to Colloidal
Posted by Tim (Brisbane, Qld Australia) on 02/05/2018

Hi, I recently bought some colloidal silver online. supposed to be 20ppm, but it is clear, which makes me think it's Ionic silver. How can I convert this to Colloidal as it's supposed to have a gold tint? I received 500ml. Is there a ratio in the process I can use for any amount?

Thank you for this site, great info here.


Convert Ionic Silver to Colloidal
Posted by Star (New York) on 04/29/2021

Colloidal Silver Vs Ionic Silver

Ionic minerals are the naturally occurring form of minerals found in plants. Colloidal minerals are those that have not yet been converted into a bioavailable form for the human body. But you say reduced back to colloidal is better??

Colloidal Silver Brand Comparisons
Posted by Marty (Wisconsin) on 09/10/2017

I just pulled out this old bottle of R-Garden brand of Colloidal Silver in my cupboard and after watching your video, was curious to see if it was ionic silver or colloidal silver. I bought it at least 4-5 years ago and forgot about it. When I poured it onto a spoon it looked clear so I put it into this glass jar and then out in the sun with white paper underneath. Turned out it wasn't clear but pale yellow, but definitely not a baby shampoo color. It also tastes metallic, it's not tasteless like you said it should be.

The label says it contains 8.8 ppm of 99.999% pure colloidal silver. The dosage on the bottle says 1 teaspoon daily. From posts I have been reading it sounds like 1 teaspoon is far too little to do any good? Also, if it tastes metallic, what does that mean? Is it a bad batch of CS? Thank you

Colloidal Silver Brand Comparisons
Posted by Alika (Alberta (Ca)) on 10/07/2017

I would like to ask about side effect of colloidal silver "sovereign silver " 10ppm. Can colloidal silver dry skin? Also I have put a drop in my eyelids and that is also very dry, I gargling it and my throat also feel dry. Can that be a side effect? Any advise please!!!