How to Make Colloidal Silver

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Here you see my little CS generator on top of a half-gallon jar. I use only steam-distilled water. I never buy colloidal silver because, frankly, people are charging too much. You'll also see a nice blue bottle and a clear plastic bottle that are both quite nice to store CS in. You may not be able to see it, but I also use a laser pointer to check for "Tyndall" affect. It takes this unit about five hours to make a great batch of 5-10 ppm clear CS. Take a look at the many generators available at the links below.
Make Colloidal Silver Here are the components required. A small plastic project case with a built in PP3 battery holder and a battery clip. A couple of standard 4mm banana plugs as used on most test equipment. A couple of matching sockets (one red and one black if desired). An LED to indicate current flow, this should be a super high sensitivity LED like the modern Gallium Nitride green ones which will glow brightly at just a hundred micro-amps. A resistor chosen to pass the desired current. In this case I used a 10K resistor for less than 1mA, but you could use a 1K resistor for closer to 10mA if you like. And the most crucial bit, 3mm diameter fine silver electrodes. The word "fine" defines that the silver is of extremely high purity and doesn't contain other metals like Sterling silver does. You should be able to get the silver at your local jewellery suppliers or bullion merchants, and while it is fairly expensive, it will last a long time. ...

How to Make Your Own Colloidal Silver How I ended all disease with three nine volt batteries. "We now know what 'wealth' is. Wealth is the ability to re generate life. How many people can you take care of for how many days?" - Buckminster Fuller. Imagine having your own hospital. Not just any hospital either. After all, the mortality rate generally drops when hospitals go on strike.(1,2,3,4) Death due to toxic drugs, unnecessary treatment, rampant ignorance and a sea of antibiotic-resistant bacteria make most hospitals the Devil's own playground. ... (Note: This method encourages the use of salt to speed up the process. NEVER use salt.)

A Closer Look at Colloidal Silver ...The simplest way to control these factors is to make the colloidal silver for yourself. By doing this, you will not know exactly what is there unless you do laboratory testing, but you will have a pretty good idea. Without laboratory testing of commercial products, you don't know much more, because the quality control batch to batch is loose with most brands. Also, by making it yourself, you will end up with real "colloidal" silver, which is the product referred to in most of the literature. ...