In the past, Colloidal Silver was made in a number of different methods. Most early ways to produce Colloidal Silver were inefficient and possibly even hazardous. Nikola Tesla, who believed that a glass of whiskey a day was sufficient to keep most people healthy, nevertheless, was interested in Colloidal Silver enough to experiment on different ways to produce it safely and effectively.
Tesla developed a method of producing Colloidal Silver using Tesla Coils that produced high voltage, but low amperage to pull submicroscopic particles of silver [1.26 angstroms/.00001 microns] from a larger piece of pure silver into water. These particles are held in suspension by tiny electric charge on each atom.
Galactic Silver uses the the same High Voltage AC process that assures a high ionic content and small sized particles (over 90% ionic).
Thanks to Tesla, the electro isolated colloidal silver (EIS) method is by far the best and most effective method since it is the only method which preserves the necessary homogeneity, minuteness of granules, purity and stability to create a true colloid. When manufacturing Colloidal Silver through electrolysis, microscopic particles of silver jump off the silver electrodes in the water.