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Making Colloidal Silver - Diane Zirger



Colloidal Silver


To make your own colloidal silver at home, assemble:

  • Three 9 volt batteries
  • 9-volt battery terminal caps with copper wiring attached
  • Two alligator clips with copper wiring attached
  • A small glass jar
  • Two wooden clothespins
  • Two one-ounce silver bullion coins
(Editor's Note:  "Bullion silver" is different the "coin silver".  Coin silver is an alloy of silver and other metals; bullion silver is at a minimum 900/1,000ths pure but is normally ".999 fine" which means 999/1,000ths pure.)

Sequentially connect the three batteries to each other using the terminal caps as shown in the photo.

Splice the wiring feeding from each of the two alligator clips to each of the two ends of wiring from the terminal caps.

With wooden clothes pins, attach one ounce silver bullion to each side of the small glass container.

Fill the glass container with water so that the silver bullion is immersed in the water, approximately 1/3 of the coin’s surface.

Attach the alligator clips. You will see silver being infused into the water. After approximately three minutes, detach the alligator clips, stir the water, and drink.

A combination of colloidal silver, raw garlic and buffered C works wonders for me and my family when we are “down with something,” and we have no idea what it might be. I keep my set up at home handy to use at any time, and used it liberally the last time I was not feeling well; every 8 ounces of water I drank had a teaspoon full of colloidal silver in it, and it didn’t take long to recover.

Note: Do not forget about the water! If you walk away, after ten minutes or longer, the water will begin turning a brown color and will not taste very good! If you need to walk away, REMEMBER to return to the colloidal silver!

Disclaimer: The [accepted] medical uses of silver include its incorporation into wound dressings to treat external infections, and its use as an antiseptic and disinfectant in medical appliances. Silver is also promoted within alternative medicine in the form of colloidal silver, although it has not been shown to be safe or effective.

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