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Answer to 1. No, I do not find it necessary to keep the water heated. I make mine in 8 oz. batches with my homemade generator. I first zap my distilled water in the microwave until it's hot, not boiling. Hot water starts the process quicker, it only takes about 15 to 20 minutes for the solution to form. You can also do it with room temperature water, it takes about 30 to 45 minutes. Mind you, my silver wire is a smaller gauge (18 was all I could get my hands on at the time). 14 gauge is a better size so timing will be a little faster, more surface space for the silver to react to the current.

Answer to 2. I don't find it necessary to put a lid on for the purpose of processing the solution, but I do use a lid that holds my two silver wires attached with electrodes suspended over my glass for the process. It basically just sits on top of the glass. It's not sealed.


How It Works
The presence of colloidal silver near a virus, fungus, bacterium or any other single celled pathogen disables its oxygen metabolism enzyme, its chemical lung, so to say. Within a few minutes, the pathogen suffocates and dies, and is cleared out of the body by the immune, lymphatic and elimination systems. Unlike pharmaceutical antibiotics which destroy beneficial enzymes, colloidal silver leaves these tissue-cell enzymes intact, as they are radically different from the enzymes of primitive single-celled life. Thus colloidal silver is absolutely safe for humans, reptiles, plants and all multi-celled living matter.

I don't think temperature has anything to do with making CS. I put a lid on our jar only because we smoke in the house. I think it also keeps the dust out. I use three 9 volt transistor batteries run in series to power my generator. Seems to work fine.


I make it by rectifying 120 V AC. Gives me 170 V DC to about 130 V DC by the time I stop the process. I use a simple circuit of 100 Watt light bulb in series with a diode. The 100 watt light bulb limits the current draw in case the electrodes short out. I use an electrolitic capacitor in parallel with the electrodes to help stabilize the flow. I use .75 sq. in surface area of electrode and produce 1 gallon of 100+ PPM in less than 3 hour. No heat applied. I found the optimum electrode spacing to be .2" for this voltage. Note: The above approach should only be used by those who are extremely cautious around electronics. The voltage and amperage is high enough to be dangerous.

There is reports of it working for viral disease in the laboratory at high PPM (Parts Per Million). The question is can one take enough into the body to make an effect. I personally think the answer is yes, however, there are some other things one might consider having around to use at the same time. Garlic 1-3 cloves 3 times/day is anti-viral and antibacterial. One doctor reports the Russians have used it in preference to penicillin. Echinacea stimulates and builds the immune system.