Actually, I don't work directly for any company. If you are referring to Utopia Silver, it is owned by a lifelong friend of mine and yes, it is one of the companies I am a sales affiliate for - but I never put an affiliate link in this or any other support forum. Though I do make a fairly meager amount of money from affiliate sales, such money does not come from support forums and the majority of the very modest amount of money I make comes from the articles I and my partner write (we are both natural health authors) and Google Adsense along with sales of an ebook I wrote.
For more information about my relationship with Utopia Silver, see:
I have to wonder what site you are referring to, however. Utopia Silver does not have 16 ounce bottles of colloidal silver. Their 8 ounce bottle sells for $24, but you get 15% off with the CZ discount code. In addition, there is a buy-one get-one free offer for first time buyers and they frequently have sales of 25% off and sometimes 50% off. And, there is also the lifetime buy-one get-one free offer for their commercial product when anyone opts to buy their Silver Bullet home generator ( for a bit over $100 when you use the discount code).
Yes, I do recommend Utopia Silver frequently because I know the product well and how it is made, as well as use it myself. And I know the owner and company well and how ethical they are. It certainly isn't all about money. In fact, if you go visit their operations the owner will give you colloidal silver at no charge and will sell anything else he has at his costs because he does not believe in making money off his friends, family, visitors or local residents. However, it does take money to operate a main facility and manufacturing facility, including staff and to pay for the investment and upkeep of the equipment. To cite just one example, he uses a series of three inline filters to produce the very purest water (whose source is the Edwards aquifer). The filter elements have to be replaced several times a year. Each element costs more by itself than the price of the popular home generators most often mentioned here.
I would also note that I have often favorably mentioned Mesosilver, the Silver Puppy, SilverGen and SilverEdge. I have no commercial relationship at all with those companies, but I know and respect most of the owners and the products and recommend them solely for that reason.
When it comes to cancer, colloidal silver is considered by many people, including myself, to be an important tool, though I would certainly not rely on it alone to try to beat cancer. Since there is often a viral element to cancer as well as perhaps a bacterial element, colloidal silver's ability to kill pathogens could be important. It is in fact one of the major elements in the anti-cancer protocol I developed and which has been used successfully by many hundreds of people. I also note that colloidal silver has been very effective in eliminating fatty tumors in dogs.
If you want to do some cancer research, I suggest you take a look at another item which you can make at home for only pennies: oleander extract. Thousands of people in South Africa and around the world have successfully used an oleander extract supplement made in South Africa (where oleander is an indigenous plant). Tens of thousands or more have used, and are using, the same supplement successfully for HIV/AIDS. The protocol suggested by the supplement maker includes colloidal silver.
If you decide to go to Africa, let me know and I will put you in touch with the Naturopathic PhD who developed the supplement if you wish.