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Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.

 
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Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
My husband and I just recently purchased a colloidal silver maker that came with 2 silver rods. The instructions didn't say how many times you can use the silver rods before you need to buy new ones. My husband found a device you can order that tests the rods, but we're going to have to wait a little while to buy that. Is there any other way we can test it? Or if anyone could tell me about how many times we can use the rods before we need to buy news ones, I'd be most appreciative. Thanx!
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06/16/2008 12:10 AM
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
The rods or wires should be sterling (like for jewelry making). I can't see why you would need to replace them.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
oprah had the blue guy on her show


smurf blue

he didnt use it for very long either and its permanant
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Okay. Thanks! I don't remember where I got that idea, but for some reason I was thinking they had to be replaced after so many uses.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
oprah had the blue guy on her show


smurf blue

he didnt use it for very long either and its permanant
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I like smurfs! ;)
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
First of all the blue guy on Ophra was quite happy because his arthritis went totally away. He felt that was a good trade. People get blue, very few of them btw, because they make colloidal silver with too big particles and drink way too much of it. You don't have to be that stupid.

Reputable equipment makers like Sota provide you with careful insturctions that will result in very fine particles of silver and therefore the colloid you create is very good and wipes out viruses and bacteria. Much safer than the over used anti biotics which now have caused the emergence of superbugs. Of course the incompetence of doctors who over prescribe anti biotics is another sad story.

As for how long the silver rods will last. One , they are NOT sterling they need to be pure silver.and two, they will last a very long time, don't worry about using them up.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
First of all the blue guy on Ophra was quite happy because his arthritis went totally away. He felt that was a good trade. People get blue, very few of them btw, because they make colloidal silver with too big particles and drink way too much of it. You don't have to be that stupid.

Reputable equipment makers like Sota provide you with careful insturctions that will result in very fine particles of silver and therefore the colloid you create is very good and wipes out viruses and bacteria. Much safer than the over used anti biotics which now have caused the emergence of superbugs. Of course the incompetence of doctors who over prescribe anti biotics is another sad story.

As for how long the silver rods will last. One , they are NOT sterling they need to be pure silver.and two, they will last a very long time, don't worry about using them up.
 Quoting: Wise One 452678


lol, uhh, but will it cure youre system wide yeast infection? you know, the real problem you have that you think is a bacterial infection? and does killing off your bodies entire spectrum of bacterium give you the everlasting runs?

o got no problem with blue people, lots of tattood people are blue too, whatever floats your boat...
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Should the rods need replacement or you want to have spares,go to a jewelry supply shop and purchase .999 fine silver wire ( i use 12 gauge wire for my own system)
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Should the rods need replacement or you want to have spares,go to a jewelry supply shop and purchase .999 fine silver wire ( i use 12 gauge wire for my own system)
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bullion?
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Should the rods need replacement or you want to have spares,go to a jewelry supply shop and purchase .999 fine silver wire ( i use 12 gauge wire for my own system)

bullion?
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actually as long as its .999 fine you could use the silver in any form as you're using it for electrodes, whether its coin,bullion or wire in form doesnt matter, purity
is what is important..
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06/16/2008 02:54 AM
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
You can re-use the silver rods, indefinitely. Almost forever, well as that term applies to one's life span. Just be certain the Silver you're using is .9999 pure.

Not to worry about the negative & misinformed nellies warning you'll turn blue like a smuf. I've been using it every day for a decade, no shades of blue here & I'm in a 100% perfect health.

I never get colds, or flu or any other bacteria or viruses.

Don't forget to use distilled water, a glass container, & make certain your electrical source is supplying a constant voltage to the silver rods.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
My husband and I just recently purchased a colloidal silver maker that came with 2 silver rods. The instructions didn't say how many times you can use the silver rods before you need to buy new ones. My husband found a device you can order that tests the rods, but we're going to have to wait a little while to buy that. Is there any other way we can test it? Or if anyone could tell me about how many times we can use the rods before we need to buy news ones, I'd be most appreciative. Thanx!
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if the rods are pure silver,you do not need to test them. they will last for thousands of gallons. the trick to cs is that the ions must be small, and the total concentration of silver in de-ionized distilled water should be no more than 5 parts per million. anything more than this and its a waste. if your machine makes cs that is larger, or god forbid you can actually see the particles in-its then just about worthless for microbes in the body..use it only for topical applications
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
The rods or wires should be sterling (like for jewelry making). I can't see why you would need to replace them.
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You can't see why you'd need to replace them? Because the positive electrode is slowly consumed, as it puts out billions of tiny particles into solution. Of COURSE you have to replace the positive electode eventually. I've gone through a few of them in eight years.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
oprah had the blue guy on her show


smurf blue

he didnt use it for very long either and its permanant
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He ADMITS that he didn't use proper procedure, or dosage. I've been using CS for 8 solid years EVERY day. Not even a HINT of gray, or blue.
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06/16/2008 11:18 AM
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
it is not .9999 it is 99.9
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06/16/2008 11:41 AM
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
The rods or wires should be sterling (like for jewelry making). I can't see why you would need to replace them.
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NO.........Never use Sterling Silver, It isn't the same as .9999

The electrodes should last for a long time, and after each use they should be wiped off to get rid of any accumulated sludge or buildup. Even rotate them from time to time so that both electrodes get even use.


I get mine from Silver Well for AU$20.00 pair, and keep a spare set available all the time, just in case. This firm has one of the lowest prices for the electrodes i have found. They also have a bit of good info available.

Website is www.silverwell.com.au

Best regards
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Thank you for all the advice. This is the one we bought.
[link to toolsforhealing.com] I feel very comfortable with this product and have no fears that we're going to turn blue. I'm happy we bought it. Colloidal silver is expensive. This item will pay for itself after making 3 bottles.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
My husband and I just recently purchased a colloidal silver maker that came with 2 silver rods. The instructions didn't say how many times you can use the silver rods before you need to buy new ones. My husband found a device you can order that tests the rods, but we're going to have to wait a little while to buy that. Is there any other way we can test it? Or if anyone could tell me about how many times we can use the rods before we need to buy news ones, I'd be most appreciative. Thanx!
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Hi OP,

You should not ever have to replace the rods becauase they should eventually disappear with use. The silver flakes off in nano-particles.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Hello all!
Can one use the silver utensils to make coloidal silver?
I have many of them and I don't even know what to do.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
oprah had the blue guy on her show


smurf blue

he didnt use it for very long either and its permanant




He ADMITS that he didn't use proper procedure, or dosage. I've been using CS for 8 solid years EVERY day. Not even a HINT of gray, or blue.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 443619

then op had better do it properly eh?
cuz if he does it improperly he could turn blue...

and he is asking for advice, which means he isnt yet an expert...

i am not belittling anyone for using silver, i know it is a good disinfectant or whatever... just saying be careful and like you said get it right-
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
The rods or wires should be sterling (like for jewelry making). I can't see why you would need to replace them.
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Do Not use sterling. It is .925 ( 92.5% )alloyed with other metals, usually copper. You want .999 fine ( 3 nine ) at least. Purest .9999 is extra costly, harder to find and not necessary.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Hello all!
Can one use the silver utensils to make coloidal silver?
I have many of them and I don't even know what to do.
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No, the silver in utensils isnt .9999

You need the .9999 because other silver normally has other elements in it, possibly zinc and copper i think.
There is heaps of info on the net if you google colloidal silver.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
oprah had the blue guy on her show


smurf blue

he didnt use it for very long either and its permanant




He ADMITS that he didn't use proper procedure, or dosage. I've been using CS for 8 solid years EVERY day. Not even a HINT of gray, or blue.

then op had better do it properly eh?
cuz if he does it improperly he could turn blue...

and he is asking for advice, which means he isnt yet an expert...

i am not belittling anyone for using silver, i know it is a good disinfectant or whatever... just saying be careful and like you said get it right-
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If it's done at too higher voltage it can produce ionic silver i think it is, instead of colloidal silver, and ionic silver is the thing that turns the people blue.

There are only 2 known cases of that anyway, and they werent making the colloid, they had made and drank the ionic silver.

Where do you think the blue-bloods, got their names, the kings and queens, too much silver in their diets from ionic silver from all their silver plates and utensils and cups etc...........
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Sorry about the misinfo on sterling. I thought that's what pure silver was.

I got mt set up from Wayne Green, and it came with the silver wire.

Let me ask: Mine is just a 9V battery with allegator clips for the wires. The wires sit in the water, which has a pinch of salt added to it. Is this what everyone else is doing?

How much (daily) do you guys take?

How would anyone know the colloid concentration (PPM) in the water?
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Sorry about the misinfo on sterling. I thought that's what pure silver was.

I got mt set up from Wayne Green, and it came with the silver wire.

Let me ask: Mine is just a 9V battery with allegator clips for the wires. The wires sit in the water, which has a pinch of salt added to it. Is this what everyone else is doing?

How much (daily) do you guys take?

How would anyone know the colloid concentration (PPM) in the water?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 385176



1. Water should be pure water, nothing added to it.

2. You could use from one to three 9 volt batteries in series, but if you go too high in voltage you produce ionic silver rather than colloidal silver.

3. I use a PPM meter, cost about AU$30.00 off eBay, they come with instructions and let you know how your brew is going, also gives you an idea of how long you need to run the generator to make your desired strength.

There is a lot of info on the internet about it, some as downloadable files and some as downloadable video's. If you google "Dr. Robert Beck" you will find all the info you want.

[link to www.teslatech.com]

[link to www.sharinghealth.com]

[link to educate-yourself.org]

[link to www.newagequest.com]

and a little bit of info in here too [link to hiddencures.com]
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Sorry about the misinfo on sterling. I thought that's what pure silver was.

I got mt set up from Wayne Green, and it came with the silver wire.

Let me ask: Mine is just a 9V battery with allegator clips for the wires. The wires sit in the water, which has a pinch of salt added to it. Is this what everyone else is doing?

How much (daily) do you guys take?

How would anyone know the colloid concentration (PPM) in the water?



1. Water should be pure water, nothing added to it.

2. You could use from one to three 9 volt batteries in series, but if you go too high in voltage you produce ionic silver rather than colloidal silver.

3. I use a PPM meter, cost about AU$30.00 off eBay, they come with instructions and let you know how your brew is going, also gives you an idea of how long you need to run the generator to make your desired strength.

There is a lot of info on the internet about it, some as downloadable files and some as downloadable video's. If you google "Dr. Robert Beck" you will find all the info you want.

[link to www.teslatech.com]

[link to www.sharinghealth.com]

[link to educate-yourself.org]

[link to www.newagequest.com]

and a little bit of info in here too [link to hiddencures.com]
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you can also use a 12 volt battery charger for the current supply..
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Does a PPM meter tell you if the particles being produced are too large?


3. I use a PPM meter, cost about AU$30.00 off eBay, they come with instructions and let you know how your brew is going, also gives you an idea of how long you need to run the generator to make your desired strength.
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Does a PPM meter tell you if the particles being produced are too large?



3. I use a PPM meter, cost about AU$30.00 off eBay, they come with instructions and let you know how your brew is going, also gives you an idea of how long you need to run the generator to make your desired strength.

 Quoting: Jdd



No.

It only tells you how many the total PPM of the product are, and the slower the making process is then finer the end product.


Read up about it on some of the links i posted above and they will tell you heaps.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
1) Use .999 silver. Silver american eagles are fine or other silver bullion.
2) Use distilled water only.
3) Do not add anything to the distilled water (no salt)
4) You only need to consume a teaspoon to tablespoon daily. You can increase dosage if you feel you are coming down with something.

5) www.silverpuppy.com makes a good unit. Current control with auto shutoff at 20 ppm.

Smurf man did everything wrong.
1) Used tap water
2) Added salt to his tap water.
3) Drank excessive amounts daily ( a quart or more)
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
Sorry about the misinfo on sterling. I thought that's what pure silver was.

I got mt set up from Wayne Green, and it came with the silver wire.

Let me ask: Mine is just a 9V battery with allegator clips for the wires. The wires sit in the water, which has a pinch of salt added to it. Is this what everyone else is doing?

How much (daily) do you guys take?

How would anyone know the colloid concentration (PPM) in the water?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 385176


NEVER ADD SALT!!!

it creates silver chloride. something you don't want to be ingesting. it takes roughly 3 hours for me to make mine. i make about 1/2 gallon at a time. be patient when making ionic/colloidal silver.
and i'll also add that after that 3 hours the water looks exactly the same as it did when i first poured it out of the bottle. you need a laser pointer to shine through the water if you want to see how your project is progressing. if the water is cloudy at all or turns a different color consider it garbage. look it up.
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Re: Question for anyone who makes their own colloidal silver.
1) Use .999 silver. Silver american eagles are fine or other silver bullion.
2) Use distilled water only.
3) Do not add anything to the distilled water (no salt)
4) You only need to consume a teaspoon to tablespoon daily. You can increase dosage if you feel you are coming down with something.

5) www.silverpuppy.com makes a good unit. Current control with auto shutoff at 20 ppm.

Smurf man did everything wrong.
1) Used tap water
2) Added salt to his tap water.
3) Drank excessive amounts daily ( a quart or more)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 342148


i'd say use .9999 pure. why take any chances?

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