How important is the ppm level for the quality of colloidal metals?
Many manufacturers want to emphasize the quality of their colloidal metals with a high concentration in the water. According to the motto “much helps much” they offer concentrations up to 100 ppm. But how effective are high concentrations really?
Only a certain number of very energetic colloids can be in a limited space/vessel. High-energy colloids repel each other and are suspended in the water. At a concentration of 3-10 ppm, the colloids have enough space and have a size of 1-20 nm (nanometers).
Comparison: in a room with 10 square meters there are 5 people with a distance/radius of one meter each. All can move freely and no one penetrates the “energetic” space of the other.
Colloids with 20 ppm concentration
If production is longer with higher concentrations, e.g. 20 ppm, there are now twice as many particles in the same space/volume. The distance between the colloids becomes smaller and forces individual colloids to form clusters (grouping). Clusters are significantly larger, have lower charge and lower total surface area. The effectiveness and bioavailability for the organism decreases.
Comparison: In a 10 square meter room there are 10 to 20 people. The previous minimum distance can no longer be maintained … movement is restricted as concentration increases and people invade each other’s “energetic” space.
Colloidal metals with 50 ppm
If production is still longer with higher concentrations, e.g. 50 ppm, there are now too many particles in the same space/volume. The distance between the colloids becomes even smaller and the clustering increases significantly. Efficacy and bioavailability is almost non-existent as the particles/clusters become too large to move freely anywhere in the organism. The blood-brain barrier can no longer be passed.
Comparison: There are 40 to 50 people in a 10-square-meter room. People are now stuck close together and can hardly move freely! Everyone is in the energetic range of the other.
Colloidal metals with 50-100ppm
The longer the production takes, the darker and cloudier the liquid becomes. Gold, for example, becomes dark red to black. These concentrations have hardly any benefit for the body, as they are far too large and can no longer penetrate many barriers in the body.
The higher the concentration, the less effective and lower the energy of the particles. Colloids have long since ceased to exist, especially in the case of electrolytic production (ionic solution).