No, they are entirely different. Please read the information below or click on the link to read how the SIS machines work for infection treatments.
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“Colloidal silver” (ionic silver solution), though certainly of use for surface infections, has major limitations for the treatment of internal infections. The human body is often imagined as something like an homogeneous bathtub of water: If you drop a substance into it, it will spread out and automatically go everywhere. In anatomical and physiological reality, the body is extremely compartmentalized and barriered, at every order of anatomical scale–down to the sub-cellular level. Silver ions do not automatically travel inside the body to where it is wished that they go.
Furthermore, for orally ingested silver ion solution or spray there are a million, million molecular binding sites available for them, starting high up in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract itself. For example and illustration, the chances of getting any kind of (constant) therapeutically viable dose of silver ions to an acute and severe kidney infection are probably very small. After taking the colloidal silver orally, the silver ions must get through the stomach–where they can bind to the stomach’s hydrochloric acid, then go through at least part of GI tract; if they are not directly absorbed through the walls of the intestines into the local blood vessels, then they must go up through the portal venous system to and through the liver, then to the heart, in and out of the lungs where blood is oxygenated, then back into the systemic bloodstream, around the body in any case, then through the renal (kidney supplying) arteries, and eventually to and into the inner compartments of the infected kidney.
Additionally, there is the generally under-considered issue when taking any medication, of localized, elevated ‘thromboxanes’—fatty substances that are part of inflammatory processes and that cause blood clotting and blood vessel restriction. ‘Thromboxanes’ are often elevated in infected areas of the body due to the activities of the infecting microorganism(s), and other coincidental tissue ‘microenvironmental’ problems. In almost all such instances, these occurrences cannot be felt or distinguished subjectively. The presence of these ‘thromboxanes’ results in a reduced amount of medicine, or no medicine at all (either pharmaceutical or not), reaching the infected area of the body via the bloodstream.
A technical journal article that discusses in depth the role of ‘thrombaxanes’ during inflammatory processes is available here.
In contrast, the SIS machines–utilizing silver iontophoresis–do not depend on blood flow to reach the target internal infection. The constant direct current (DC) silver ion delivery of the SIS machines, operating on the basic physics of electric voltages and electric currents, delivers a constant DC of silver ions via the shortest possible route, directly to the infected area.
To read how the SIS machines work for infection treatments click on the link below.
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