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I have been tryin to mae a batch of CS for the last 3 days and nothing is happening. I'm out of town at the moment and at a much higher altitude. Are there special high altitude directions?
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


The fuck? No wonder you don't own your CS company anymore with that kind of retarded advice.

First of all, it's colors, not collars.

Second, distilled water should always be ZERO PPM. If it's 3 parts per million then it's not true distilled water and you could end up turning blue from the CS after prolonged exposure.

Third - CS is not "hazy gray". That's just scary. It should be a light yellow color, turning darker as more silver enters the water. 20 ppm is about right.
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


The fuck? No wonder you don't own your CS company anymore with that kind of retarded advice.

First of all, it's colors, not collars.

Second, distilled water should always be ZERO PPM. If it's 3 parts per million then it's not true distilled water and you could end up turning blue from the CS after prolonged exposure.

Third - CS is not "hazy gray". That's just scary. It should be a light yellow color, turning darker as more silver enters the water. 20 ppm is about right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6522763


Colloidal Silver did not turn that man blue. It was silver-nitrate that he rubbed directly onto his skin, over the course of 20 years.

Store bought Distill Water is 3-8ppm. Do you own chemistry apparatus to make your own? Either does she.

There is a color-scale that is used to generally determine the amount of silver ions to silver particulates in the water. The most yellow, the less ionic. The more grey, the less particulates.

The color the water can be changed by the amount of impurities, size of the particulates, amount of ions, and ambient light (are you looking at it in a room with a full-spectrum or a yellow-orange spectrum bulb) etc.

But hey, at least you tried to sound superior — but like always, inferior minds can't help but show their true colors, due to psychological impurities. Are you turning blue yet?
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


well you weren't using the correct gear then......

your distilled water should read 0 ppm BEFORE you start the process. A good ionic/colloidal maker won't start unless the reading is zero...

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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


The fuck? No wonder you don't own your CS company anymore with that kind of retarded advice.

First of all, it's colors, not collars.

Second, distilled water should always be ZERO PPM. If it's 3 parts per million then it's not true distilled water and you could end up turning blue from the CS after prolonged exposure.

Third - CS is not "hazy gray". That's just scary. It should be a light yellow color, turning darker as more silver enters the water. 20 ppm is about right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6522763


Colloidal Silver did not turn that man blue. It was silver-nitrate that he rubbed directly onto his skin, over the course of 20 years.

Store bought Distill Water is 3-8ppm. Do you own chemistry apparatus to make your own? Either does she.

There is a color-scale that is used to generally determine the amount of silver ions to silver particulates in the water. The most yellow, the less ionic. The more grey, the less particulates.

The color the water can be changed by the amount of impurities, size of the particulates, amount of ions, and ambient light (are you looking at it in a room with a full-spectrum or a yellow-orange spectrum bulb) etc.

But hey, at least you tried to sound superior — but like always, inferior minds can't help but show their true colors, due to psychological impurities. Are you turning blue yet?
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good post
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


well you weren't using the correct gear then......

your distilled water should read 0 ppm BEFORE you start the process. A good ionic/colloidal maker won't start unless the reading is zero...

silvergen
silver puppy

to name but 2 of the best ones.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6660409


Those brands of generators start/don't start due only to the conductivity of the water. They do not contain PPM meters in the aparatus. If the conductivity of the water is too great, they will not start. Depending on what the impurities in the distilled water are it may/may-not effect the conductivity. If those impurities are say Na+ Cl- than the it will. If the impurities are inert, it will not effect the conductivity.

I say this from experience, owning a "Silvergen" myself.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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colloidal silver does NOT turn people blue. TO due that if possible would take buckets of it every day.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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Another dumbass who bought into the MSM propaganda lol
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


well you weren't using the correct gear then......

your distilled water should read 0 ppm BEFORE you start the process. A good ionic/colloidal maker won't start unless the reading is zero...

silvergen
silver puppy

to name but 2 of the best ones.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6660409


Those brands of generators start/don't start due only to the conductivity of the water. They do not contain PPM meters in the aparatus. If the conductivity of the water is too great, they will not start. Depending on what the impurities in the distilled water are it may/may-not effect the conductivity. If those impurities are say Na+ Cl- than the it will. If the impurities are inert, it will not effect the conductivity.

I say this from experience, owning a "Silvergen" myself.
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neither of those wil deliver anywhere near 21 ppm.....

for someone stating 3-8 ppm prior to introducing the silver-electrodes.......

me thinks you haven't got a clue really.....
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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


well you weren't using the correct gear then......

your distilled water should read 0 ppm BEFORE you start the process. A good ionic/colloidal maker won't start unless the reading is zero...

silvergen
silver puppy

to name but 2 of the best ones.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6660409


Those brands of generators start/don't start due only to the conductivity of the water. They do not contain PPM meters in the aparatus. If the conductivity of the water is too great, they will not start. Depending on what the impurities in the distilled water are it may/may-not effect the conductivity. If those impurities are say Na+ Cl- than the it will. If the impurities are inert, it will not effect the conductivity.

I say this from experience, owning a "Silvergen" myself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


neither of those wil deliver anywhere near 21 ppm.....

for someone stating 3-8 ppm prior to introducing the silver-electrodes.......

me thinks you haven't got a clue really.....
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I meant with 3-8 ppm water before starting.....just to be clear (which I wasn't)

to make decent ionic or colloidal you MUST have 0 ppm distilled water prior to starting.....
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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colloidal silver does NOT turn people blue. TO due that if possible would take buckets of it every day.
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I saw that guy too. I always thought they just adjusted the tint on the video and made him blue to scare people. lol...
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldnt as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldnt as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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If you've stored it in a cupboard at a fairly cool temperature, then it should be OK for use.
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldnt as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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If you've stored it in a cupboard at a fairly cool temperature, then it should be OK for use.
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Thank you.Its stayed in a cool place along with other vitamins.Never had a reason to open it.Was hoping it would be ok.hf
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldnt as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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If you've stored it in a cupboard at a fairly cool temperature, then it should be OK for use.
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Thank you.Its stayed in a cool place along with other vitamins.Never had a reason to open it.Was hoping it would be ok.hf
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Usually, it's in a brown-glass bottle. It needs to be stored away from light, and at room temperature.

It it's fairly old, then give the bottle a good shake before using any.
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CS don't do shit. It's a gimmick.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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colloidal silver does NOT turn people blue. TO due that if possible would take buckets of it every day.
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I saw that guy too. I always thought they just adjusted the tint on the video and made him blue to scare people. lol...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1556306


I suspect it was nitric acid fertilizer that got Paul Karason that way as there was a pair of twin girls that turned that shade from playing in a huge fertilizer pile.

Paul was probably contracted by The Drug-thugs to play the part. He was with Dr. Ooze shown drinking clear (ionic?) silver sol...Have not seen that give anyone argyria...BTW that appears as splotchy cammo blue/gray...not Paul's Smurf blue...

Traditional CS or True cs is some shade of color, lemon to amber. Why the scientists have decided to call the small clear solution colloids , seemingly due to some Brownian Motion ...is beyond me; to confuse the issue if you ask me.

Clear likely turns into silver chloride as it hits the gut. Stick with turning it to more highly colloidal in various ways.

14 year educator at (still extant) colloidalsilver101
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldn't as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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Fresh is always better. That said some brands can last months some less. You can always try it though fresh homemade is to some degree the same as any store-bought and way better than most.

That said, and Theo at Sovereign Silver agreed wholeheartedly that some 10 percent of what you make at home is as good as the best. Given the right color it can't harm. Go for lemon to amber, better yet lemon to gold...like a cheap beer, i.e. crystal clear yellow/gold.

Frank Key of Colloidal Science Lab likes my rediscovered 1920 technique for bringing clear "ionic" into more highly colloidal yellow/gold.

14 year educator: colloidalsilver101
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I am yet to find a brand of cs that everyone says is wonderful. I have had it and personally don't know if i am getting the right kind. I have gotten 10ppm and 500ppm , please could someone tell me a good brand to get ( not online but over the counter)???
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I am yet to find a brand of cs that everyone says is wonderful. I have had it and personally don't know if i am getting the right kind. I have gotten 10ppm and 500ppm , please could someone tell me a good brand to get ( not online but over the counter)???
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p.s. forgot.... i am getting Sovereign Silver and really can not say it does anything.
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How long does it last.I have a small bottle thats sealed.Has never been opened.Bought from the vitamin shop.Not sure when I bought it but it was long ago.I am assuming since its never been open it wouldnt as likely go bad as an opened bottle.
Is it still good to use even if its older.
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If you've stored it in a cupboard at a fairly cool temperature, then it should be OK for use.
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Thank you.Its stayed in a cool place along with other vitamins.Never had a reason to open it.Was hoping it would be ok.hf
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Usually, it's in a brown-glass bottle. It needs to be stored away from light, and at room temperature.

It it's fairly old, then give the bottle a good shake before using any.
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If you need to shake it there must be some settling or "flocculate". This is bad...most has fallen out of suspension due to having lost it's electrical charge. Fresh is best.

Learn to make it ...14 year educator @ colloidalsilver101
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CS don't do shit. It's a gimmick.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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:shill;

Out of the millions that have used colloidal-silver compounds, there is one dumbass that manages to turn himself somewhat gray-blue.

Can you say "outside of the norm?"

Where are all of the poor helpless smurfs cause by the horrible unregulated colloidal-silver market. The hundreds of thousands of people that have used it for everything from cuts to major internal infections? Are they all blue? Why is the press and the media hiding them from us. Because it's a BS urban legend.

It's really just a harmless yet incredibly efficient broadband antibiotic with nearly zero side effects.

It doesn't answer your original post OP but I thought I would counter the standard issue BS. I've only used already made solutions.

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I used to own/operate a CS company. I'm likely the most qualified person on this board to answer your question. And the answer is no, altitude does not matter.

If you say, "nothing is happening" I assume you want the water to change collars, or some bubbles or something to appear — right?

To do it right, you'll need a PPM meter. Check the PPM of your distilled water (should be 3PPM - 8PPM) prior to introducing the silver-electrodes and 12V DC current. Continue to run current until the PPM is up to 21-24PPM. Depending on how much water-volume you have, size of electrodes, surface area of electrodes, etc., it should take 2-6 hours.

If you have no PPM meter, you can determine that it's "done" when the water goes from clear, the slightly hazy-gray, or just taste it. It should taste like a silver-spoon in your mouth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1142906


The fuck? No wonder you don't own your CS company anymore with that kind of retarded advice.

First of all, it's colors, not collars.

Second, distilled water should always be ZERO PPM. If it's 3 parts per million then it's not true distilled water and you could end up turning blue from the CS after prolonged exposure.

Third - CS is not "hazy gray". That's just scary. It should be a light yellow color, turning darker as more silver enters the water. 20 ppm is about right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6522763


Colloidal Silver did not turn that man blue. It was silver-nitrate that he rubbed directly onto his skin, over the course of 20 years.

Store bought Distill Water is 3-8ppm. Do you own chemistry apparatus to make your own? Either does she.

There is a color-scale that is used to generally determine the amount of silver ions to silver particulates in the water. The most yellow, the less ionic. The more grey, the less particulates.

The color the water can be changed by the amount of impurities, size of the particulates, amount of ions, and ambient light (are you looking at it in a room with a full-spectrum or a yellow-orange spectrum bulb) etc.

But hey, at least you tried to sound superior — but like always, inferior minds can't help but show their true colors, due to psychological impurities. Are you turning blue yet?
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I agree with the other guy. no wonder you aren't in the business anymore. I certainly wouldn't buy from you.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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colloidal silver does NOT turn people blue. TO due that if possible would take buckets of it every day.
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I saw that guy too. I always thought they just adjusted the tint on the video and made him blue to scare people. lol...
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I thought he was quite perdy.
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CS don't do shit. It's a gimmick.
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You are as dumb as it gets.

The ONLY time I've been sick in the last 12 years, was when I didn't use my daily dose for 7 days in a row, or more.

There were a few times in that 12 year period when i felt something coming on, but then I simply went to a therapeutic done (3X a day) and knocked it out before it even got a foothold.

Again, I say...

U R A dumbass.

Or maybe a Pharma rep.
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Don't turn yourself blue.
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colloidal silver does NOT turn people blue. TO due that if possible would take buckets of it every day.
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I saw that guy too. I always thought they just adjusted the tint on the video and made him blue to scare people. lol...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1556306


I suspect it was nitric acid fertilizer that got Paul Karason that way as there was a pair of twin girls that turned that shade from playing in a huge fertilizer pile.

Paul was probably contracted by The Drug-thugs to play the part. He was with Dr. Ooze shown drinking clear (ionic?) silver sol...Have not seen that give anyone argyria...BTW that appears as splotchy cammo blue/gray...not Paul's Smurf blue...

Traditional CS or True cs is some shade of color, lemon to amber. Why the scientists have decided to call the small clear solution colloids , seemingly due to some Brownian Motion ...is beyond me; to confuse the issue if you ask me.

Clear likely turns into silver chloride as it hits the gut. Stick with turning it to more highly colloidal in various ways.

14 year educator at (still extant) colloidalsilver101
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6749788




Well, if you remember correctly, he said that he CONTINUES to use it to this day, only he uses PROPERLY MADE Colloidal Silver, which he was NOT using before.

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