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The Art of Making Colloidal Silver

There are three main factors that will determine the quality of the colloidal silver that you make.

The first factor is the water that you use. It must be distilled to a high degree of purity. The distilled water that is sold in grocery stores in 1 gallon containers will generally be good enough. You will still need some way to check its purity. This can be done with a conductivity meter or by some method included in the design and function of whatever generator you use.

The second factor is the purity of the silver that you use. You want silver ions and preferably no other metals. You want to make a solution containing silver ions, as they are proven to be of great benefit. There are many other metals, however, that can do you great harm. You must take every precaution you can to avoid taking toxic metals into your body. This is why you need to use only 9999 (99.99%) silver wire and insist on a certificate of analysis showing the impurities that are present. In the case of the highest quality silver, the largest impurity will be copper which is not bad in small amounts. This will be the case in silver that comes directly from silver ore that is refined directly. If you buy silver without an assay certificate it could contain scraps from manufacturing facilities that are alloying silver with any number of other metals. So it’s not just a matter of it being 9999, but what is the nature of the other .01%. When you consider the fact that when you make colloidal silver the result is a liquid solution with silver in parts per million (PPM), it makes no sense to try to economize on this. If you consider making colloidal silver at strength of 10 PPM for example, 1 ounce of silver wire could make theoretically 100,000 ounces or 1500 gallons of colloidal silver.

The third factor is the amount of time that you allow the process to make your colloidal silver. Hydrogen will appear at the cathode (the negatively charged electrode, where electrons enter the water), and oxygen will appear at the anode (the positively charged electrode).

Back in the days of the three 9-Volt batteries and coins method, people would wait until they saw a cloud of what they were told were pieces of silver forming in the water and stopping the process soon after that. In reality, the cloud was formed by hydrogen and oxygen micro bubbles and meant that the process was in a runaway mode. Disconnecting the batteries at that point would, if they were lucky, get them perhaps a five PPM colloidal silver solution. It would not keep its strength for very long as the larger particles would quickly collide with and absorb the silver ions. Some promoted the use of current limiting to prevent the runaway condition and it was noted that the higher resistance used, the better results obtained in both higher PPM and stability. They tried every conceivable method of stirring to allow the use of a higher current in order to speed up the process. All efforts in this direction failed. They could not get around the fact that for a given surface area of silver anode only a certain amount of current was allowed. There is a region surrounding the anode called the Nernst diffusion area. To put it simply, it is a region that will only allow a certain density of ion’s to exist before they agglomerate into larger particles. With your own setups for making colloidal silver, try reducing the current and allowing more time.

In addition to the three main factors, another item that you will find useful is a good quality laser pointer. The laser pointer will enable you to see the small particles as they are being made. This will occur after you have achieved the highest possible ionic concentration as after this point the ions are combining to form larger particles. We have found that this is the best point in time to stop the process. In the days before we had laser pointers, we did not know whether or not we had made colloidal silver until the yellow hue appeared. The yellow hue is caused by the presence of particles in excess of 40 nm in size. Clear color, like water, means smaller particles. Small particles are better. Some people refer to silver particles this small as nano silver.

The colloidal silver generators supplied by Atlasnova are intended for use by those who believe that if a thing is worth doing, it’s worth doing well. Part of every colloidal silver generator that Atlasnova sells is the ability to check the quality of the water at the very start of the process. If you’re going to put something in your body and rely on it to do something for you, certain amount of effort is required on your part. You must be willing to make an effort and gain an understanding of the process on how to make a high quality colloidal silver.

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