To get the body up to a point of having a concentration of 3 to 5 PPM would take some assumptions and calculations. If you get above this concentration the killing power starts to go down. This should not be saying to take only 3 to 5 PPM colloidal silver.

If one assumes that it takes 7 to 20 days to arrive at a saturation point for any given dosage. That is to say at a saturation point the amount taken into the body on one day is the same as the amount filtered out of the body during that day. Taking the best case of 20 days one would need to take in each day 1/20 there body weight of 3 to 5 PPM colloidal silver. If one weights 200 lbs., this would be 200lb*1/20 = 10 lb. of colloidal silver at 3 to 5 PPM taken in each day to saturate the body up to 3 to 5 PPM. Now if one took in 50 PPM colloidal silver then one only need take in 1 lb./day. If this is 200 PPM colloidal silver then one only need take 1/4 lb. or 4 oz/day.

Now what saturation PPM in the body can we expect from taking 3 teaspoons (.5 oz) of 10 PPM colloidal silver/day? This would be equivalent to 1 oz of 5 PPM/day. 1 oz times 20 is a 20 oz body at 5 PPM saturation. But we have a 200lb body so we can expect a (20oz/((16oz/lb.)*200lb))*5PPM = .03PPM saturation. Is this enough to do the job? The point is it looks like it is not that easy to get to a point of having 5 PPM in the body. If any one has better data on this subject or the original assumption - on how long it takes to get to a saturation level - please publish it. If the time is less than 20 days then the amount taken in needs to be even more.

Mike