There are several different methods available for making colloidal gold. Some of the more common ones utilize laser technology. Others utilize a high voltage arcing system. The most affordable method utilizes lower voltage with a bicarbonate solution primer.
A quality true colloidal gold should be a ruby or amber color. We recommend that users AVOID ionic gold products, such as gold salts (like gold chloride). Ionic gold is very easily toxic, and may adversely effect the central nervous system if doses are not carefully monitored.
For production of true colloidal gold (and other minerals) we can currently only recommend:
Organix Colloid Generators: DIGIPRO™ Particulate (HVAC) High Voltage Laboratory Colloidal Power Systems. The NST-120 Deluxe package is an exceptional high voltage colloidal generator unit, capable of producing colloidal gold, platinum, iridium, etc. Purchase of the unit also includes a comprehensive colloid production guide.
If you use a different colloidal gold generator, please tell us about your experience!
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New here, at what volts and for how long is gold cooked for?
how much voltage do i need to make colloidal gold 5ppm or 20 ppm?
For 450ml of pure colloidal gold water at a concentration of 5-10 ppm, you need:
2 pure gold rods 2mm thick and 4 inches long
A 24 voltage power supply, 1 Amp, connected to a 320 volt booster
Do not use any chemicals or herbals. It will take around 24 hours production time. In the end stage the gold water will be clear and colorless. View it wih a red laser because a TDS meter will not work. If you would like more than 10 ppm, you must run the generator for 2 to 4 days. The colloidal gold water will get slowly a clear reddish color, but I don't recommend any color must appear.
You also need a hot plate with magnetic stirrer (continius running by 60c+ in the production time)