Using standard silver generators the technique is pretty simple. The key ingredient is the distilled water. The purer the water, the better the finished product.
When making Colloidal Silver let your generator run until you notice a yellow tint to the water. Once you notice the yellow color, stop immediately. Next time you make CS using the same quality and amount of water, simply stop the procedure about 10 minutes sooner. If you still get a yellow color, take off another 10 minutes the next time as well. Keep doing this until the finished product is a clear to only a very light, pale yellow color after it has set overnight.
The idea is to stop right before you start getting the yellow tint. The yellow color happens normally around 8ppm – 9ppm. When you stop a bit short of that you should have the 5ppm – 7ppm that most researchers say is the desired ppm.
If you get any cloudiness, milky-looking, dark tint or color, your water is probably not pure enough. Throw it away (or water your plants with it) and start over.
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