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How to use SOTA 'Silver Pulser' to make Ionic Colloidal Silver ICS

How to make Ionic Colloidal Silver

- Using SOTA Silver Pulser

Specifications

Solution strength - When made as directed, for ~4hrs using 32oz distilled water, the solution is 5-8 ppm (silver concentration, see note below), and mostly ionic, with colloidal particles of 0.005 - 0.015 microns.

This particle size cannot cause silver poisoning (argyria)

Instructions


Fill a wide-mouthed QUART canning jar with high quality, room temperature DISTILLED water (Walgreen's has a good reputation for purity).


Optionally, add a teaspoon or so of ionic colloidal silver from a previous batch - to jump-start the process.


Place silver wire holder with wires inserted on top of jar - with wires parallel , not touching the sides of jar, and 3/4 inch off the bottom.


Turn Silver Pulser knob to only just “on”.


After about 30 minutes, carefully remove and clean silver wires - using a Scotchbrite®pad.


Give the water a stir.


Reinsert wires and replace wire unit on jar as before.


Repeat wire cleaning and stirring approximately every 30 minutes - for a total of about 3-4 hours.


Ionic Colloidal Silver should be no darker than a pale gold - A gold color usually occurs at about 6-10 ppm. If the color of the water goes gray, there are too many impurities in the water. If darker than pale gold, use externally only.


When removing wire unit, remove it carefully - so as to prevent any black silver powder on cathode wire (where current goes out) or brown silver oxide on anode wire (where current comes in) from dropping into liquid.


Clean the wires.


Pour ionic colloidal silver into dark amber or dark blue glass bottles - it is extremely susceptible to light. It keeps about 3 to 6 months, if stored correctly. Ideally drink it fresh. Refrigeration is generally not suggested.

Tip to make ICS faster, stronger and without the oxide build-up on positive electrode:

Place one tiny drop of honey into the solution at the beginning of the process - Honey is a saccharide (sugar) which structures the electrical and magnetic properties of water in a very unique way. This structuring allows the silver colloid to form at a faster rate, while at the same time reducing the buildup of silver oxide that would normally occur without the addition of the honey.

Notes

To save using 9V batteries - Use a 6-12V DC adaptor, minimum 500mA, center positive, with a 2.1mm plug. Alternatively, you can run the Silver Pulser directly off a 12V automobile battery or an adapter cord that plugs into a vehicle cigarette lighter. You can also use solar power - it is best to use the solar panel to charge a 12V car battery and then run the Silver Pulser directly from the battery. If you choose to run directly from a solar panel, it must be capable of supplying at least 1 Amp. Whichever you use, the 2.1mm plug that plugs into the Silver Pulser must be center-positive polarity.

Silver Concentration - ppm is the abbreviation for parts per million. For ionic colloidal silver this is expressed as milligrams of silver per liter of water;

Water Purity - Use quality, DISTILLED water. Purified or filtered water still contains too many dissolved minerals, which will combine with the silver to make undesirable silver compounds. The purity of the water is one factor which controls how small the silver particles will be. Never add salt because it would produce 100% silver chloride, not colloidal silver. Likewise, fluorine or chlorine in the water can produce silver compounds, which can cause argyria.

Stirring - More uniform results are obtained by continuously stirring the solution during production. This can be accomplished, non-manually, with thermal currents, by placing a Christmas light bulb under the container or by using an aquarium bubbler.

Life-length of silver electrode wires - Wires will last for years and wear evenly, if you alternate their positions from batch to batch.

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