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How To Make COLLOIDAL SILVER – The Easy Way

Wednesday, February 15, 2017 15:16
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Published on Sep 19, 2012 by SOFISINTOWN 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 … Continue reading

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  • Merlynn

    There’s the easy way and then there’s the Correct NEW way

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TlP9q6TnY4&t=15s

  • Spikey Norman

    That silver production in the video Merlyn posted above ^^ is much too fast, the voltage is too high (obvious because of the bubbles produced by electrolysis).
    It IS colloidal silver and it will work, but the silver particles produced are not the optimum small size.

    Much better is a 5v dc wall pack, with positive going to the silver electrode (sacrificial anode) and the negative side going to a copper electrode. The negative side could also be silver, but copper works just as well as it is not consumed or play any part in the reaction. It just makes electrical contact with the solution.

    The internet is full of different ways to do this, and all produce colloidal silver of varying quality. It all works too, but if you are seeing bubbles, your voltage is too high or the electrodes too close together. The most important thing is probably water quality.

    Silver salts are very light sensitive, and colloidal silver turns brown quickly when exposed to light.
    It was the basis of original photography, the old sepia photographs in the 1800′s were just silver salts exposed to light. That familiar muddy brown sepia colour is how your colloidal silver goes after a few hours exposed to light.

    • Merlynn

      Spikey. You clearly didnt do any homework. The voltage is less than 5VDC. There is NO “sacrificial anode” our Field Science Silver maker doesnt degrade the electrodes after 1000′s of glasses. So there is no “particle size” with this product. Yet the solution tests positive for the Frequency of Silver by any measuring device you care to use.
      Your “particle” science has no reference to our “Field Science” So Our “bubbles” are in fact Water being ‘Electro-Magnetically’ restructured’ into silver solution. The electrodes need to be close so a “field interaction’ can take place when Magnetic energy is applied. DC is created by spinning magnets.
      This “field interaction” is like a straight wire immersed into water, it burns or shorts out. When a “coil” wire in immersed into water it BOILS the water like an electric Jug. This “boiling” is “Field” interaction. Its creating a Magnetic Field in the water to DO SOMETHING with the magnetic energy. A Tesla coil boils water a straight wire shorts out.,
      What you have failed to see here is that the Science that constructed this universe is being applied to traditional endeavors of mankind and upgrading them.

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