Monday, January 19, 2015

Making Monster-Sized Batches of Colloidal Silver During Cold and Flu Season

 How to make monster-sized batches of colloidal silver for a few pennies; see
Want to be one of the most popular people on your block during cold and flu season? 

If you have a colloidal silver generator, and you let your friends, neighbors and co-workers know about it, you’re definitely going to be the “go to” person in your area when cold and flu season strikes. 

My wife and I give away gallons of colloidal silver every winter cold and flu season.  And since our own colloidal silver usage is substantial, that means we have to make multiple gallons at a time in order to assure we don’t run out. 

Here’s how we handle it, and how you can too…

Hi, Steve Barwick here, for The Silver Edge

Well, it's cold and flu season, and as anyone who owns a colloidal silver generator knows, this is the time of the year you become very popular with your neighbors, friends and co-workers who will inevitably expect you to provide them with colloidal silver when they get sick. 

Knowing this to be the case, my wife and I brewed up 4.5 gallons worth of colloidal silver over the weekend, since it’s a certainty we'll be giving a lot of it away over the next few weeks and months as flu season gets worse. 

We used two, over-sized, 2.25 gallon glass cookie jars for production containers (see top photo.) 

And of course, we used the Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator from The Silver Edge to “brew” the monster-sized colloidal silver batches with.  (Learn more about making your own colloidal silver, for less than 36 cents a quart, here.) 

I "brewed" each batch for 48 hours, so they'd be nice and strong. 
Normally, I’d brew my big batches of colloidal silver for three hours per each quart, in order to get a 10 ppm solution. 

So a 2.25 gallon glass cookie jar holding 9 quarts would normally brew for 27 hours.  But I wanted double-strength batches, so we went for 48 hours per container this time.

 Step #2 of making monster-sized batches of colloidal silver; learn more at
As you can see in the second image, once the monster-sized batches of colloidal silver were finished, I used a giant white plastic mixing bowl with a pour spout and a large handle to distribute the freshly-made colloidal silver from the over-sized cookie jars to the array of smaller storage containers you can see in the final image, below. 

And yes, everything will be kept stored in a dark cabinet, and black stockings will be placed over all of the clear containers, in order to help keep the light out, since silver is so sensitive to prolonged exposure to light.

 Over 4.5 gallons worth of high-qaulity colloidal silver -- and it only cost me about $2.50 to make; learn how at
Some of these containers will end up under the cabinets in our bathrooms and kitchen, so we can more easily refill the pump spay bottles we use for household disinfection.   (Learn more about using colloidal silver as a safe, natural household disinfectant, here). 

And others will be kept in a dark cabinet in the kitchen, for our own personal use, and for friends, neighbors and co-workers when they inevitably come calling with the sniffles. 

If our past experiences are any indication, we’ll probably be making a few more of these monster-sized 2.25 gallon batches of colloidal silver before winter is over with, because once a few people hear you have colloidal silver available, the word tends to get around quickly after that. 

Only $2.50 for $4,320 Worth of Colloidal Silver!

So what’s the big deal about making these monster-sized batches of colloidal silver, besides being able to share it with others in need?

Here’s the big deal: 

Colloidal silver costs anywhere from $20 to $30 for a tiny four-ounce bottle in health food stores and through online sources. 

So my two monster-sized batches of colloidal silver, consisting of 4.5 gallons total, is the exact equivalent of 144 of those little four-ounce bottles.

If you were to buy 144 bottles of colloidal silver at your local health food store, it would cost you anywhere between $2,880.00 and $4,320.00, depending upon their per-bottle price.  But I just made that much colloidal silver with my Micro-Particle Colloidal Silver Generator for a total cost of…drum roll, please…$2.50. 

Yes, I said two dollars and fifty cents for 4.5 gallons worth of colloidal silver that would have easily cost me between $2,880.00 to $4,320.00 had I purchased it at my local health food store or through online sources.

What’s more, this is fresh, pure, top-quality colloidal silver that beats the pants off most commercial brands.   The silver particle size is as low as .8 nm, which is a fraction of a single nanometer, making it the most bio-available (and highly effective) colloidal silver you’ll find anywhere, at any price. 

(You can view the difference between conventional colloidal silver and micro-particle colloidal silver, in the Transmission Electron Microscopy slides, here.)

Do you see now why people absolutely love their Micro-Particle Home Colloidal Silver Generators?

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Meanwhile, I’ll be back next week with another great article on colloidal silver….

Yours for the safe, sane and responsible use of colloidal silver,

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