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Professional Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol 32 oz Bottle



  • Professional Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol 32 oz Bottle

    32 oz bottle subject to shipping charges and NOT included in our current shipping offers

    PROFESSIONAL BIO-ACTIVE SILVER HYDROSOL™

    Argentyn 23® Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol™ is composed of only two ingredients: (1) 99.999% pure silver and (2) purified water meeting USP 23 as described in the FDA’s monograph for pharmaceutical-grade water. Argentyn 23® is a unique mixture of the most bioactive and effective “speciation” of silver – positively charged silver ions grouped into particles of unprecedented size (~0.8 nanometers). Argentyn 23® is the ultimate refinement of colloidal silver, offering your patients the most effective* and safe* dietary silver supplement available.*

    Actively Charged*

    Bioactivity of silver is determined by its positive ionic charge. Argentyn 23® is composed of greater than 98% positively charged nanoclusters of silver ions.*

    Easily Absorbed*

    Argentyn 23’s unprecedented particle sizes are as small as 0.8 nm (nanometers), validated by Transmission Electron Microscopy. Such extremely small particles allow for easy absorption and excretion from the body.*

    Comparative Value*

    Argentyn 23® contains >98% positively charged ions in a particle concentration of 23ppm that are ~0.8nm in size, making this product exponentially more powerful than other brands, even those with greater concentration of 250ppm, 500ppm and 10000ppm.*

    99.999% Pure*

    Argentyn 23® Bio-Active Silver Hydrosol™ has only two ingredients: 99.999% pure silver and water that meets USP-NF standards for pharmaceutical-grade purified water. This composition and purity attests to its safety.*

    Perfectly Safe*

    Argentyn 23® is formulated to be safe for the whole family. Taken 3 times a day for 70 years, Argentyn 23® still falls below the EPA daily Oral Silver Reference Dose (RfD).†*

    Throughout history, silver has been used to improve human health.*

    Silver vessels were used by ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians and Phoenician to preserve drinking water.1 The father of medicine, Hippocrates, first described silver’s amazing health benefits, especially its stunning wound healing properties.2 In the Middle Ages, the wealthy benefited from silver eating utensils giving rise to the phrase, “born with a silver spoon in your mouth.”*

    Silver’s sterilizing and wound healing properties were applied to battlefield medicine in the 1800s. Fine silver wires used for sutures contributed to faster healing, and silver nitrate was used to treat wounds and skin ulcers. Silver was also used to treat sexually transmissible disorders during the Civil War. And in the 1880s, silver nitrate began to be used to help protect against loss of vision in newborns.3*

    Current uses of silver coating include invasive medical devices such as catheters and endotracheal tubing, preventing foreign colonization and biofilm formation.4-6 Silver-based water purification systems are installed and used on the international space station.7*

    Silver occurs naturally in many foods, such as wheat, fish, mushrooms and mammalian milk.8-10 A study in the United Kingdom concluded that the average adult’s daily diet includes 27 micrograms of silver.11 Silver is also naturally present in some river waters used for drinking.12*

    The health benefits of silver have been widely studied for thousands of years, and the effectiveness of its contemporary use for immune support and topical healing applications has been significantly substantiated. While the Ancients did not know the chemical and biological mechanisms of how silver metal preserved their drinking water, the modern peer-reviewed literature has elucidated them. We now know that the key health benefits derive from the silver particles’ outermost layer of positively charged ions. When mixed into purest water, these bio-active ions initiate surface oxidation upon contact with foreign cells as well as immune related blood cells, which provides the amazing health benefits.13-15*

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.*

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