I found this out also(ran it through some tests). Not that it affected me in any meaningful way, but I was curious to see how it would work on by bone infection. - I started taking it on a Tuesday morning, following the same protocol as my own CS(dosage and frequency) only to find my lower lip starting to go numb the next day. - This is the first sign that the infection is beginning to affect the nerve in my lower jaw.
Next thing I did was subject a sample to sunlight and another sample to table salt . Both behaved identically as Ionic silver would.
Needless to say I was not impressed.
That being said, I don't know if I'm just slow but there appears to be a new kid on the Silver Solution block calling itself Cellular Silver. Which apparently comes-in at very high ppm's. I haven't gotten around to getting my hands on a sample as of yet, but I'd like to run it past the usual tests to see if it behaves any differently than the infamous Nano-silver.
One thing that does stand-out with the Cellular Silver Solution however is that it contains an ingredient to stabilize it. Not sure what it is at the top but I'm thinking it runs along the lines of a binding or stabilizing agent of sorts.