Things To Consider Before Using A Home-Made Colloidal Silver Generator

Would it make sense to you if you went to see the doctor who gives you a prescription, and upon handing you the paper with the prescriptions you say, “It’s fine, I don’t really need it, I’ll just make it myself at home?” Well, you wouldn’t do that because if you could do it yourself, you wouldn’t have needed to make that trip to go see the doctor. You wanted a professional handling matters, and you got it, the best you can do is to follow it.

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Although creating a colloidal silver generator seems like an easy thing to accomplish, there are often risks that are involved that are often either misunderstood or ignored or both. But if you choose to make your own home-made colloidal silver generator, here’s a few things you need to keep in mind:

  • Impurities in tap water remove the silver’s benefits, raising safety concerns: Minerals that are found in tap water, like that those make up the naturally “hard” water, can poise a great threat to the purity of your colloidal silver, reacting with the silver, and causing the silver particles to lump together, and settle out of liquid. What’s more? The surface area that is required for conversion to bioactive silver is significantly reduce, making your DIY colloidal silver ineffective.


Even when you buy distilled water from stores, they could have plastics and other forms of impurities that leach into the water before you buy it.

  • Accurately Measuring Concentration: There is no way to effectively measure silver concentration outside a valid and equipped lab setting. Know this, TDS meters do not measure silver. This is one great concern. The World Health Organization and the US EPA issued a safety limit of silver consumption per day to 350 micrograms for an adult that averages 70 kg. Without a sound chemical analysis equipment that measures, specifically, silver concentration, there is no way you can tell just how much silver you are consuming.