From the health food store I was given a dropper bottle of Silver Hydrosol. It's supposed to be taken every day of your life but I take it when people around me are sick or when my ear, nose, throat problems crop up.
A drop of water in my ear from the shower can start an infection that travels to my chest to create bronchitis. I went from 4 times a year bronchitis to once a year, in the three years I've been taking the silver. I'm thinking it works, so I keep on taking it. Plus, with the price of the doctor's visits I'm saving I can afford it.
I think I'll try some on the vegetable garden. It's a 2 fl. oz. (60 ml) bottle of 10ppm. How much do you think I should put in a 24 oz. spray bottle?
For garden use you cannot dilute it. That's why using a commercial solution such as you have (Sovereign Silver?) is not economical for general garden use. For example, if you are going to need a gallon for garden spray purposes, figure 64 times the amount of money you spent on the 2 oz. bottle and that is how much the commercial preparation is going to cost you for the garden. By contrast, I make my own with the USP II generator and the cost per gallon is about a dollar. I'm sure other generators, such as the Silver Lungs or SilverGen, will produce a similar quality solution for the same cheap price (compare the cost of the SilverGen SG6 Auto, at $219, with the cost for a gallon of Sovereign Silver and you'll see how economical having your own silver solution generator can be). A gallon of Purest Colloids MesoSilver is $217.00, and you would use it "as is" for the garden, not diluted!