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Colloidal Silver while hairs are showing

Discussion in 'Breeders Paradise' started by bizarrojohnson, Dec 12, 2016.

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    bizarrojohnson

    bizarrojohnson Well-Known Member

    Just got an adapter. 15 volts, I think it's DC tho. I want Ac right? Thanks for all the info I've learned a lot. I was really frustrated bc I couldn't make a 50ppm colloidal silver by apparently 15 is good.
     
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    choomer

    choomer Well-Known Member

    You want DC.

    Even if it's not making "true" colloidal silver, it seems that plenty here and elsewhere have home brewed it w/ 9-50V DC and had it work for turning a fem branch male enough to get pollen for fem seeds.
    The AC way to brew it according to @Tim Fox uses high voltage AC (I think I saw 12 kilovolt!!), 1 method using a high voltage arc! This is killing voltage if you're not careful with it.
    Even if it's not true CS, I'll stick w/ LVDC (low voltage direct current) generation for the moment although I'm very interested in hearing how effective his HVAC (high voltage alternating current) batches are for different things.
     
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    bizarrojohnson

    bizarrojohnson Well-Known Member

    True, I also have two dogs and a lot of people in my room who don't know what the fuck im doing when the see me making it. And most of the time I don't have the patience to try to explain it. So having killing voltage might not be a good idea. They like to touch my shit too much. Someone could die.
     
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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    I would never suggest some electriacut themselves haha was mearly tossing out more info
    15 volts would probably make 50 colloidal silver you would need to brew it for a couple of days probably
     
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    bizarrojohnson

    bizarrojohnson Well-Known Member

    Cool good to know. That's not necessary tho right? I'd hate to have to sit in front of that jar for so long. Since I don't have an airstone. My only two airstones are for teas so I don't wanna stick that in there. It would probably ruin the silver and my compost teas. Actually I wonder if just the air tube without a stone would work?
     
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    EverythingsHazy

    EverythingsHazy Well-Known Member

    Check the link in my sig.
     
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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    I would not recommend using silver wire for making colloidal silver the market is flooded with Chinese fake silver especially the wire no matter what they say , none of this wire passes the acid test when scratchedon the inside , only use real Canada silver coins or silver bars that have the security hologram or can pass the tests
     
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    UncleBuck

    UncleBuck Well-Known Member

    fun fact: @choomer is a jew-hating neo nazi.

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    bizarrojohnson

    bizarrojohnson Well-Known Member

    So I just noticed my power cord is 15 volts dc, 0.3 amps. lol I'm on like day 3 of making colloidal silver and I'm only at 14ppm. Taking forever. Probably like 48 hours and on the 3rd day. 9v batteries got me much quicker results. Imma have to find another power cord to use. It's cloudy/white too. Is that a problem? I noticed a bunch of dust in it. I filtered it out like a day ago tho.
     
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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    I am using 30 volts and made a perfect batch in 6.5 hours
     
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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    Chunks and bits of black stuff is normal stir it every now and then don't let the black stuff form a bridge across the silver
    Filter it through a coffee filter
     
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    bizarrojohnson

    bizarrojohnson Well-Known Member

    I'm using an air pump, two hoses with no air stone. Stops th build up quit a bit. It's just taking long as fuck. 48 hours and only at 15 ppm. I think the amps are too low. Plugged in I can actually touch wires and not feel a thing. Is that normal? I feel like the amps are super low go this.
     
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    Tim Fox

    Tim Fox Well-Known Member

    Yes your amps are really low , my power supply is rated for eight amps
     

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