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Production Techniques and Chemistry => Colloidal Gold Production => Topic started by: kephra on October 10, 2020, 01:45:11 PM

Title: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: kephra on October 10, 2020, 01:45:11 PM
I just made 60ml of 660 ppm CG.
The formula is in the Kephra's notebook section (How to make)

I used 54ml distilled water
1 ml 1M sodium carbonate solution
1 gram maltodextrin -- wait for it to dissolve.
4 ml of 1% gold chloride from Salt Lake Metals.
Heat gently (do not boil).  (about 30 seconds in microwave)

1 tablespoon (15ml) contains 10mg gold.

I cannot attest to long term stability yet.
Title: Re: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: apyr on October 11, 2020, 06:56:18 PM
Wow! How did you gauge the PPM? I'm assuming it's basically solid black at that ppm.
Title: Re: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: kephra on October 11, 2020, 09:41:34 PM
I know the exact ppm because I know how much gold I put into it.  PPM is the weight of one substance in the total amount of weight.

.04 grams of gold (4 ml of gold chloride)
60 grams total weight

.04/60 * 1000,000 = 666 ppm.

At 666 ppm, it is really dark so to see its color, I put some in a very narrow vial to check its ruby red color.



Title: Re: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: kephra on October 11, 2020, 09:59:22 PM
At current prices, gold chloride fro SLM costs about $1.70 per 10mg.  So a 100ml bottle that will make 100 10mg doses will cost about $170.  Thats the only big expense.

I started CG regimen before I learned of Optimox and Dr Abraham, so I was totally guessing about dosage.  I suspect that higher dosage would produce faster results.  It took a few weeks before I had noticeable improvement in my autoimmune arthritis.

Title: Re: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: apyr on October 12, 2020, 03:17:09 PM
Thanks as always.
Sirius Metals sells 1% gold chloride on eBay but I'm not sure what type, I've asked and haven't heard back yet.
Title: Re: High strength Colloidal Gold (660 ppm)
Post by: kephra on October 12, 2020, 04:11:00 PM
It says right in their description that their product is 1% gold, or 1.75% gold chloride.  So it is the same.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-725-Gold-Chloride-1-0-as-99-997-pure-Gold-metal-100-mL-in-glass-bottle/274332287199?hash=item3fdf7a80df:g:f-IAAOSw0vdePLY5