Deionised water, silver ions and food grade salt.


Package sizes: 

1 litre, 5 litre aerosol refill solutions.

Directions for use: 

Pour into a mist sprayer or a humidifier carefully.



Store below 30 C in a cool dry place away from sunlight.


Product information:

Jesmond Ionic Silver Solution is a natural sanitiser that has broad spectrum anti microbial properties. It can be safely applied on surfaces or as aerosols that disinfect airborne microbes via a mist sprayer or a humidifier.


Silver has been used to fight infection for thousands of years. Hippocrates, the famous ancient Greek physician, first described its antimicrobial properties in 400BC. Over the past several decades, as an alternative  disinfectant, silver has been used in water treatment[1]dietary supplements, antimicrobial coatings, wound dressings and was even in  an eye drop to prevent conjunctivitis in newborns. 

Jesmond Ionic Silver solutions and their aerosol applications, in particular, are partially base on Greencare Australian's own patented ionic 
silver medical disinfectant (Innovation Patent No. 2018101376) and the latest  ionic silver technology. The result is an extremely safe and effective [2][3] sanitiser that can be mist sprayed on any surfaces and anywhere.


* Non hazardous chemicals such as benzalkonium Chloride and Triethanolamine etc.

* Non toxic, odourless, patented silver aerosol formulation.

* Safe to be used on humans and animals. Can be sprayed on any surfacecs and objects[1].

* Mist spraying and humidifying applications are effective on airborne microbes such as SARS[4].

* 50ml 110 ppm ionic silver sprayer can be carried on airflights[5].


No therapeautic claimers are made. Please seek your health practitioner's advice first if you have a health problem.



[1]. Silver as a drinking-water disinfectant  (World Health Organization)

[2]. Silver makes antibiotics thousands of times more effective

[3]. Silver turns bacteria into deadly zombies

[4]. Is Colloidal Silver the “Final Solution” to the Coming Viral Plagues?  

[5]. New rules for taking liquids onto flights