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    Quote Originally posted by Sooz View Post
    Another thing, keep hydrated. Pimp your water.....

    Carry filtered water with you throughout your day. For added immunity, add squeezes of lemon juice (Vit C), add a generous sprinkle of cayenne pepper.

    Add a bit of honey or maple syrup for energy.
    That's always a good thing to do. Thanks for the reminder.

    Yes, it is the recipe for the master cleanse, which I've done once. I kept drinking the lemon juice in the morning... I wonder why I stopped. Well, it's autumn here, so a good time to start again.

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    Quote Originally posted by Woody View Post
    Hi Eelco,

    With the kit I bought from eBay was a TDS3 meter which measures the PPM.

    I hope this helps,
    Woody
    If I am correct a tds3 meter measures the electrolitic properties of the sollution yes?
    It does this by some factoral calculation. I.E, it meaures something and multiplies it by a factor. Based on some property of the elctrolytic material. In this case preferrably silver. Does your meter state that factorial used for silver anywhere? I can't seem to find it on the net.. Probably using the wrong search words...

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    I really admire all you people making your silver. I couldn't be arsed and I'd probably do it wrong anyway.

    I received my silver today, 3 bottles, high strength, almost limitless shelf life.

    That's good enough for me, no stress. It's only $20 a bottle in concentrated form.

    If you want a link, pm me.
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    [QUOTE=Eelco;35717]If I am correct a tds3 meter measures the electrolitic properties of the sollution yes?
    It does this by some factoral calculation. I.E, it meaures something and multiplies it by a factor. Based on some property of the elctrolytic material. In this case preferrably silver. Does your meter state that factorial used for silver anywhere? I can't seem to find it on the net.. Probably using the wrong search words...

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    (who is popping out shortly to get some distilled water and aligator clamps to make my first batch


    Hi sorry I tried to post the link of the kit I bought on eBay but it doesn't work so removed it.
    Please go on eBay and search colloidal silver generator kit, there are a few to look at.

    Sorry I'm pretty much computer illiterate, so can just about write my name!

    Regards,
    Woody
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    How to Opt-Out Of Forced Vaccinations
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    Thats odd. I've been looking around town to find distilled water over the last couple of days.
    Not in any supermarket or home depot store...
    It's all demineralized these days..

    Isn't that strange?
    Of course some demineralized water may do very well for my purposes, but each and every bottle of the stuff i looked at had the do not drink warning on there.
    Which I find even stranger...

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    Quote Originally posted by Eelco View Post
    Thats odd. I've been looking around town to find distilled water over the last couple of days.
    Not in any supermarket or home depot store...
    It's all demineralized these days..

    Isn't that strange?
    Of course some demineralized water may do very well for my purposes, but each and every bottle of the stuff i looked at had the do not drink warning on there.
    Which I find even stranger...

    With Love,
    Eelco

    Hi Eelco,

    I had trouble locating clinical grade distilled water, there is plenty of battery top up water around but not sure if safe to drink.
    So popped into my local chemist and asked if they could get some, and yes I ordered 5 litres for about 5.
    I hope this helps.

    Woody

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    Quote Originally posted by Eelco View Post
    Thats almost the recipee from the master cleanse program.
    water
    lemmon juice
    maple syrup (c grade for added mineral content)
    Cyenne pepper for some btu's

    people can survive on that for weeks...

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    What's a btu, please? Repeating this because message is too short (is there no way to get round this 'msg is too short'? It's really frustrating!) What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? (still too short!) What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?

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    I find I tend not to get sick when I eat a lot of raw veg - cut finely in a salad is good!

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    This is the silver I ordered http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009D0WBWI reportedly, this is the good stuff. This is what is becoming known as nano silver. It is made according to the same patent, but is less expensive than the stuff Dr. Rima pushes.
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    Quote Originally posted by shamanseeker View Post
    What's a btu, please? Repeating this because message is too short (is there no way to get round this 'msg is too short'? It's really frustrating!) What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? What's a btu, please? (still too short!) What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?What's a btu, please?
    Hi,

    A BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. Its a measurement of the energy it takes to cool or heat a pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.
    In the sense of a master cleanse. It in short means the stuff that keeps you warm.. energy or yang..

    WIthout cayenne pepper one tneds to get chilly and cold after a few days of just water, lemmon juice, and maple syrup. The cayenne pepper gives it a little oomph to make you feel you can keep going.

    WIth Love
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