Tiny Mining

First Thing: Coloidal Silver Brevage

filed under: Silver Uncategorized written by: Alfonso

three nine volt bateries
copper cable
aligator clips
1/4 resistor
distilled water
silver strips

Silver is one of the most efficient disinfectants, it has germ-fighting abilities that deactivate important microbial enzymes and potentially attached with DNA replication. Cyrus the Great, king of Persia from 550 to 529 BC, proclaimed that his health came by drinking only boiled water stored in silver flagons depositing the silver in his skin. During the Middle Ages, monks popularized the use of silver nitrate, a salt formed by reacting silver with nitric acid as a disinfectant. Through the 1960s, most American new-borns received silver nitrate eye drops at birth to prevent eye infections and all of them carried the silver in their body. In the early 20th century, the explosion of science into the use of silver in the human body was immense. As Henry Crooks wrote, one of the early pioneers, in 1910, “no microbe is known that is not killed by colloidal silver in laboratory experiments in six minutes.”