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Colloidal Gold Production / IMVU Credit Hack No Surveys 2021
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Colloidal Silver Production / Re: My first and second Colloidal Silver batch!
« Last post by cfnisbet on Yesterday at 10:21:09 AM »
Your batches seem a good colour and very clear; excellent.

Let us know how you get on with your real-world trials.
Colloidal Silver Production / My first and second Colloidal Silver batch!
« Last post by mlalib on Yesterday at 04:35:12 AM »

I finally decided to attempt making my first Colloidal Silver batch!

First batch was using a 14 gauge silver rod and a small copper wire.  Had a hard time monitoring current because my multimeter was not working properly.
Did 1 litre at 20 ppm, karo reduced,  uncapped.  That night, we found out my son had a tooth abscess, it was bleeding and he was in pain,  I gave him some of that Colloidal Silver as a mouth wash, he used it 2 times before going to bed, the next morning he was fine and couldn't see the abscess anymore,  coincidence?  maybe.

I did my second batch today, I went all in and tried 1L at 320 ppm   8)
I used gelatin and my corn-syrup/vodka mix.   Started with 250 cold water with the gelatin and 750 ml boiling water from the microwave.

This time tho I used a maple coin which I drilled a hole into and melted a section of the silver rod after inserting it in the hole. I was afraid it wouldn't stick because I didn't use any flux of any kind, but it worked fine.

I read a lot of posts before trying because I wanted to make sure I was doing it right.
I saw a lot of recommendations to fire clean the anode every 30 minutes or so,  but in my case, my coin wasn't becoming black that quickly, to the point were I triple checked my connections to see if I had reversed the polarity by mistake.  I only fire cleaned once during the whole 5h and 30 minutes.
Only the edges around the coin were getting a lot darker but in the end I didn't have any, or almost any residue when I filtered it, so I guess I did ok.
I did around 15 mA, and 17-22V,  on a hot stirring plate.

When I started this batch I still had my older multimeter which only worked in Amp and not in milliamps, so not very precise.  But about 2h into the process, my new MM arrived at the door. YAY!

So I weighted the silver before and after, I got a 28 mg difference, so instead of getting 320ppm I got 280 ppm,  probably because the current wasn't high enough for the first 2h.

After diluting it to 20ppm, it looked SO dark orange compared to my first uncapped 20ppm batch,  but the jar was thicker too and when comparing with the "Colloidal Silver Color Samples" post, it looked ok.

Now I have a lot of Colloidal Silver to use!  I diluted most of it to 20ppm,  1L to 60 ppm and kept a small jar at 280 ppm.  I also want to make some foot cream/oil of some kind, I saw Kephra posted something using beewax, oil, etc... I might try that.

I have a dry feet problem and had athletes foot all my life. Also my son has a nail fungus problem.  Let's see how Colloidal Silver is going to help us.

Here are some pictures:


Just to let you know that the TDS meter can detect particles in water, but it cannot gauge/measure the PPM of the colloidal silver with any accuracy.
Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Complete supplies list and breakdown for a newbie
« Last post by Gene on February 24, 2021, 05:39:59 AM »
Some people make their own using the electrolysis process.  What they're actually making is gold chloride solution thats then reduced to colloidal gold.  You can forego that whole mess by simply using a gold chloride solution and following the procedure.

The type of gold chloride you use matters. The salt lake minerals gold chloride is 1% GOLD.  Normal gold chloride isn't and to make it you'd need more than 1% to make a gold chlorides solution with 1% gold.  That was discussed elsewhere on the forum a while ago.

One thing though. CG doesn't keep well.  Thats why the formulas/procedures are to make 250ml.  Endeavor to use it up in a week or two and do keep it in the fridge.

For making colloidal silver, there is no shortcut (well, there is but its not something we here choose to do - making it with silver nitrate which requires a high accuracy balance and then silver nitrate is nasty, caustic stuff).  We all use the electrolysis method of production which is what is showcased here on the forum. Nice, safe, simple, inexpensive and it produces very high quality Colloidal Silver.
Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Colloidal Gold Color
« Last post by xozhang3 on February 24, 2021, 02:44:24 AM »
I experimented a bit more.  This time I put Karo, sodium carbonate in DW, stir and then heat in microwave. After the solution gets boiling, I put in gold chloride (from siriusmetals), it immediately turns purple, I keep stirring, and when I feel enough stirring does not make it turn ruby red, I add more drops of sodium carbonate and stir until it turns ruby red. 

The result appears good ruby red but not as deep as heating DW and Karo to boil first and then adding GC and SC.

I also notice that the white plastic spoon I use to stir is tainted with light purple and the purple is hard to wash off and I have to throw it away.  I can't help noticing that the CG made this way has some purple hue. I don't know if my mind is playing some trick on me or not.
Thanks. I was surprised to find even our tap is close to 1ppm on my TDS meter (Zerowater ZT2), we are in a condo were it must be filtered.
I did notice that generating Colloidal Silver from this water filtered through the the Berkey was getting a cloudy golden in less then an hour with my Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator. I noticed some white mineral precipitate on the rods and shut it off immediately. It's shows over 50ppm on the TDS.

My prior experience with self distilled water was that it wouldn't even get a noticeable tint after 12+ hours. 3 hours were suggested for 5ppm Colloidal Silver which would barely register on the TDS meter. I think I'll pick up some distilled water as I can't see dissolved minerals as being good for high quality Colloidal Silver production.

Colloidal Gold Production / Re: Complete supplies list and breakdown for a newbie
« Last post by Eugene on February 23, 2021, 09:46:32 PM »
Really? Huh. I'm getting my power supply soon. I know I need some proper glass but I figured I needed electrodes since I saw people asking about where to get them
If you use a relatively low-mineral, low-TDS spring water or tap water and filter it through Berkey, and you get close to 0 TDS, AND you can make Colloidal Silver without turbidity, you're golden. I have found CG to be a little more finicky than Colloidal Silver when it comes to contaminants, so your mileage may vary.

Quoting from the Berkey homepage: "The revolutionary Black Berkey® purifier elements are so powerful that they can remove food coloring from water without removing any of the beneficial minerals your body needs." Since minerals are exactly what gives us trouble in colloid production AND what shows up on a TDS reading, I'm surprised your TDS meter shows Berkey water as being close to 0.

Only you can tell us if your product is good, and therefore, if the water is pure enough. Also, making a higher PPM product will more easily demonstrate turbidity. At 20 PPM it's hard to distinguish a perfect product from a "passable" one. But at 50 and higher PPM this gets progressively easier.
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