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Quality Control

To make a really nice colloidal silver solution, you have to prevent the silver oxide and the brownish residue from building up to a point where they will migrate into your solution. You accomplish this by diligently monitoring the reaction after the first 10 or 12 minutes into the procedure. As the solution starts turning more yellow, the cleaning or switch reversal process takes place in shorter and shorter intervals because the current flow is steadily increasing as more silver particles go into the solution. If you don’t use Merlin’s honey trick, you usually have to clean the electrodes 4 or 5 times for a given batch of colloidal silver. The process can take anywhere from 15 to 40 minutes.

As Peter Lindemann points out in his article on colloidal silver, there are other unknown factors affecting the rate at which colloidal silver will form, even when the water temperature, voltage, etc. are standardized. As the solution begins to take on the yellow color, you will notice that your indicator lamp will begin to glow very slightly and gradually become brighter as the solution turns more yellow. This is normal, since the glow of the lamp is dependent upon current flow. As already mentioned, the current flow is steadily increasing as more and more silver particles go into solution. After you’ve achieved a nice golden color, turn off the unit, remove and clean the electrodes, and store the generator.

This information is for educational purposes only and is not to be construed as medical advice. Consult the physician of your choice for medical care and advice.

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