posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 01:23 AM
Originally posted by Sri Oracle
Originally posted by Beer_Guy
We make our own colloidal silver too. It's cheaper that way!
Would you be so kind as to describe the process or provide a "how to link"? We purchase our silver; It's expensive that way!
This is the setup I use, been doing it for years, and I forget why 27VDC is optimum.
Obtain three 9VDC alkaline common household batteries, two thin wire (20ga is fine) jumpers w/alligator clips at each end (available at any Radio
Shack or electronics store), distilled water, and two lengths (approx. 6 inches) of 99.999% pure silver wire (available on eBay for cheap).
"Snap" the batteries together in series, so you end up with only one unused + and one unused - contact. The arrrangement will look like a sort of
triangle, with two batteries side by side and the third opposite them facing the other way. You'll see what I mean when you assemble it.
Clip one end of each alligator lead to each of the unused battery contacts. Clip the other end of each to the end of a piece of silver wire. From this
moment on DO NOT LET THE SILVER WIRES TOUCH!! That will create a short circuit, as both are now live.
Pour some of the water into a drinking glass, jar, etc. Place the silver wires on the opposite edges of the vessel, bending them gently as needed to
make them hook onto the edge. The alligator clips should be on the ends of the wires that hang on the edge of the vessel. The other ends of the silver
wires are immersed in the water.
There you have it. I have never tested mine, but I'm told that making a 4oz water solution in this manner and allowing the "silver generator" to
run for 40 minutes will produce a 10 to 15ppm solution.
Total expense: about $20. Don't throw your money at Internet hocksters offering the same thing for much more money.