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Thanks Tony, good info.
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Apparently the human body has a way to take silver ions into the cells without them being modified in the digestive tract. Interesting info belowhttp://www.thesilveredge.com/whats-so-true-about-true-colloidal-silver.shtml#.WACJXn_TUdd
I finally found the answer to that question here after much research and disinformation. Hope it helps someone as much as it did help me. http://www.thesilveredge.com/whats-so-true-about-t...
Before you consider using this internally, do yourself a favour and leave the saline out! It will take longer as a result because the water resistance is higher. Using some from a previous batch would help speed up the process.Then you should get a current regulating diode of 1mA. This needs to be hooked into the positive lead after the batteries and before the electrode. This will ensure that the current does not rise when the resistance lowers as more silver ions enter the water. This is very important! This will keep the quality high and prevent large particles being formed which are harmful. If you look up Papa Smurf the blue man you will see that he used salt in the water and he did not restrict the current flow and he ended up blue/grey as a result.Having something to stir it would also be beneficial. You could make a magnetic stirrer from an old PC fan. See youtube for instructions on building one. They can be made fairly cheaply using a lunch box and a fan, two small rare earth magnets/Neodymium which are glued to the fan, preferably a variable resistor and a 12 volt power supply. A stir bar is needed which you put in the bottom of the glass flask. This helps prevent agglomeration of the silver.This does complicate it but it pays to do it safely rather than having regrets because you turned blue/grey.
DO NOT USE THIS RECIPE FOR INTERNAL COLLOIDAL SILVER. Do diligence. Read more. NEVER use saline in any CS. It turns it to silver salts. Very bad for you. If you follow this guide, eliminate the salts.
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it's called a 1 troy oz.
i use got pure silver from coin shop. It's not a coin but it's about the same size and it last much longer.
your silver wires are good until they become brittle and break. your problem lies in one of your other parts. or a missing part
My silver wires seems to have run out of ions. There are no longer any silver ion that comes out of my silver when I put a charge between them and put the wires in water. Can anybody explain what I can do except for buying some new silver wires? Help is much appreciated.
How to make COLLOIDAL SILVER (Easy)
Hi SofisintownI'm wondering if you know I have silver wound dressing. Is there any way I could use it to make liquid silver?
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