Re: [MOL] How to Make True Colloid of Silver [00278] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] How to Make True Colloid of Silver



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Subject: [MOL] How to Make True Colloid of Silver


>
>
>
> How to Make...
> True Colloid of Silver
>
>
> THE ELECTRICAL METHOD
> GRIND METHOD
> WAVE & LIQUID
>
> THE ELECTRICAL METHOD
>
> The ELECTROCOLLOIDAL process creates an Electro-magnetic charge that
produces
> extremely fine silver particles, holding the silver in suspension. This is
> called a "True Colloid of Silver". Electrical methods have been used since
> the late 1800s. The currently accepted method of electrolysis consists
using
> silver electrodes and either low or high voltage electricity. The Bio/Tech
> News reports
>
> "The best and most effective method is the electrical process since it is
the
> only method which preserves the necessary homogeneity, minuteness of
> granules, purity and stability to create a true colloid."
>
> When manufacturing Colloidal Silver through electrolysis, microscopic
> particles of silver jump off the silver electrodes into water. You can
watch
> the process take place. When the water becomes electrically charged. The
> positive (+) e/electrode bubbles and becomes a milky mist of microscopic
> silver particles. The ultra fine silver dust, consisting of minute
clusters
> of atoms (some groups as small as two atoms), makes the solution look
milky.
> The electrical field weakens the adherent that holds atoms together, and
they
> become loosely bonded or clustered. The electrical charge keeps the
particles
> in constant motion, causing the particles to propel themselves through the
> solution, remaining in suspension. The electrically produced clusters are
so
> profuse that organisms connect with the particles and die. If you do make
> your own formulas, place the solution in a dark place for about twelve
hours,
> giving any large particles time to settle or fall out.
>
>
>
>
> GRIND METHOD
>
> The GRIND METHOD most often applied from around 1920 to 1938 used the
Colloid
> Mill, Disk/China Mill, Aerodispersion Mill, and the Salt Mill. It leaves
the
> particles so large that they fallout of solution and settle at the bottom
of
> the container, losing their colloidal value. To remedy this problem, some
> companies add an artificial stabilizer, such as a glyco-proteins, gelatin
,
> Aloe Vera gel, starch, or a chemical element like EDTA (which encloses the
> element in a chemical cage). Addition of a protein, such as gelatin, is a
> preference some people have, believing this is will extend the life of the
> colloid solution. Isnox® gelatin is used for homemade formulas by adding
one
> envelope of gelatin to a gallon of water. This mixture is used to dilute
your
> Colloidal Silver solution. Because it is so easy and economical to make a
> solution of Colloidal Silver, there really is no need to add the gelatin.
> Fresh is best. Additives tend to bind the silver molecule, preventing it
from
> forming large clusters. This keeps the silver particles suspended in the
> solution and increases the solution's viscosity (thickness) and extends
the
> life of the product. These are then listed on the label as a "natural
> excipient".
>
> The trouble with the use of stabilizers is that the beneficial effects of
the
> silver tend to be lessened or blocked. Daryl Tichy, purportedly one of the
> researchers responsible for this revival in Colloidal Silver, states that,
>
> "Most of the commercially available (colloidal silver) products compromise
> the pure colloidal solution by the addition of a gelatin, albumin or
> synthetic polymer in an effort to bind the silver particles and retard
> settling. Colloids stabilized with either a protein or polymer will
produce a
> pyrogenic (fever) reaction in the body. Colloids without these foreign
> substances have no observable pyrogenic effect."
>
>
> WAVE & LIQUID
>
> Two other methods, now considered obsolete, were used to manufacture
> Colloidal Silver in the past. They were the wave and the liquid methods.
The
> WAVE METHOD was used in 1910 using Radiant Energy and in 1921 using
> Ultrasonic waves. We are in the process of looking into Ultrasonic
methods.
> The liquid method used prolonged boiling in water in 1910, Mercury Vapor
> condensed on water in 1920, and Homogenizers in 1930. Mercury vapor is
very
> toxic.
> The Wonders of Colloidal Silver Index
>
>
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