How to Make COLLOIDAL SILVER (Easy)

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Introduction: How to Make COLLOIDAL SILVER (Easy)

Colloidal Silver is the most potent disinfectant and antiseptic, and on-contact killer of viruses, bacteria, fungi and all kinds of germs. My guess is, if you want to make it, you probably know what is does, and how it has been used for the last 3,000 years. Since you can make it yourself and you need no prescription, you will not see it on TV -- ever!
Items you need:
2 ft. common electric wire  (any laying around in the house)
4 small alligator clamps    ( $6 for 4 at the hardware store)
    A bit of electric tape.
3    9V  batteries  ( about $ 10)
Distilled water  $0.99
Saline  (eyewash drops)  $2-3.00
1 ft silver wire, 999.99  pure . $10-25.00, depending on gauge, a thin one will do fine.
A glass (for the electrolysis) no plastic or metal containers

Instructions in the video.
You don't  need a box for the apparatus or soldering anything. twist the wires and cover with electric tape. Just connect your batteries in series to get 27 Volt.
  When you are done, clean the oxidized wire with a rough cloth or soda, and store all the pieces in a zip-lock bag until next time.
Store colloidal silver in glass, away from light.

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What am I doing wrong. After only 2 hours there is an ugly grey cloudy look with black sediment in the bottom of the jar. I have tried it twice and can't get it to look like it is supposed to look like. Does anyone relate or know what could be wrong?

The grey cloudy look is all the silver that is in the water. You need to dilute the crap out of the original batch that you make. Almost impossible to get a low enough TDS of silver on the first go. Buy a total dissolved solids meter for 100 bucks or so. Also, gonna need to buy TDS solution to keep the meter in calibration. That isn't too expensive. 150 ppm solution should do the trick.

BillB250... While I appreciate your attempt to help, I have since done some research and find out that what you suggest is not acceptable. My product was cloudy grey because the particles were too large and too many. .I want a clear liquid of low ppm (10-15) of very small particles. 150 ppm is way too high Diluting is NOT the answer. And an adequate TDS .meter doesn't cost no $100 !
When particles are small enough the resulting liquid will be clear. That can be achieved by controlling the current. I put a potentiometer and a multimeter in series with 3 9v batteries. I can control the current so that it is no greater than 1 milliamp. The result is beautiful!!!

So, if you're going to do this, it's best to remember that the content
of silver in the water shouldn't be too high. I'm not sure what the
most effective level is, but 30 parts per million (ppm) seems to do the
trick. What you need to measure this is called a TDS (total dissolved
solids)
meter. They're not super cheap, but it will keep you from turning your
skin blue with too high a silver content. Anyways, measure the TDS of
the water before you add silver and again after you add the silver,
subtract the first reading from the second. Then lets say you have 2
cups of colloidal silver at 90 ppm (original tds reading minus added
silver tds reading). Then all you have to do is do a little math and
adding 4 more cups of water will get you to 6 cups at 30 ppm of silver
content.

I just made my own colloidal silver for the first time. I think I have a problem though, I knocked the wire rod when I was removing it and the seaweed like particles all fell off into the solution. Will it be safe to consume with the particles in? Should I throw it away and start again?

You are using wire instead of rod. The substance is silver oxide. Throw it out and start over. BTW, you are making Ionic Silver, not a Colloid. Scroll up to my earlier comments.

You should do more than just watch a fer videos on YouTube before putting stuff out. Please read this and learn something. Lives may depend on it. I am always available to talk, and teach. Please take article down the inaccuracies hurt credibility of all you do. On the left is a 20ppm Colloidal Silver. On the right a 20ppm Ionic Silver.

Colloidal Silver Truth! Avoid the Ripp-Offs!
http://smithfixblog.com/?p=27

Colloid Glass 1.JPGIonic Glass.JPG

So how do I make Colloid silver & not the Ionic one?

Colloidal Silver Truth! Avoid the Ripp-Offs!
http://smithfixblog.com/?p=27