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so dangerous about making your own colloidal
chemistry. Sure, when you put two electrodes
into a glass of water, make one positive and
the other negative, then run an electrical
current through them, ions of one electrode
will break-off and flow towards the other
electrode. If both electrodes are of the same
material, these break-away particles will
not stick to the other electrode: they'll
stay in the water.
That's the concept
behind the "make it yourself" kits
that run on batteries, or even the more expensive
ones that use AC (house current). But here's
the problem, and why it's dangerous to make
your own colloidal silver.
want your colloidal silver creation to be
as pure as possible. You'd use ONLY 99.999%
silver electrodes and you'd use ONLY distilled
water (to keep any other chemical reaction
from happening), but the thing that makes
it all go wrong is salt.
Salt is what
all sellers of those kits tell you to add
to the water as a "catalyst" to
make the process more effective. Salt is extremely
electrically conductive and will increase
the electrical/chemical reaction in the water.
is that when you run an electric current into
this saline (salt) solution, you create, NOT
colloidal silver, but silver
chloride, a toxic
substance. Basic chemistry would tell
will still act in an antibiotic manner (so
will ground-up pure silver, for that matter)
but it now has become toxic. Use of silver
chloride WILL cause toxic-metal buildup, resulting
in a blue/grey color to your skin.
"blue man" has been on TV, telling
the show hosts how he makes his own colloidal
silver (nope - silver chloride) and that's
why he's blue.
The FDA is allowing
people to make their own colloidal silver.
Why is the food/health watch dog of the federal
Government allowing people to poison themselves?
So that the truth about the effectiveness
of colloidal silver will get confused with
the dangerous silver chloride that ALL these
machines make when salt (or any saline solution)
is added to the mix.
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