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I have purchased a CS maker some time ago:"to make it at home for pennies", all the while feeling I was doing a good thing - until I came across an article on which reads in part:
"First and formost, CS is silver in the form of finely divided particles that do not settle out of and cannot be readily filtered from the medium (de Ionized Water ) in which they are suspended. Today, falsely labeled CS is made by electrolysis, a very inexpensive and easy protocol that can be performed at home. The byproduct of electrolysis is water-soluble silver ions, NOT CS! Once ingested, these silver ions bind to the most prominent anion in the body, chloride, and thus make silver chloride. At this point, the silver chloride is simply excreted. Silver chloride does NOT kill pathogens. Hence, electrolysis is a poor method for obtaining true CS.

Today, true CS is made via the "mesoprocess". This process is an advanced proprietary process developed by sientists at the CS NJ....

While this process is patentable, the decision has been made to keep the process proprietary rather than file a patent and reveal the detail of the process. The resulting product is a non-toxic CS, wich can rightfully be called a concentrate with amazing med. properties! These properties allow true CS to be used as an antibiotic, antiviral & antifungal ect. ect...."

Have I been wasting my time & hopes by thinking I'm making "my own CS that has these amazing med. properties at home for just pennies"????

Can somebody out there help me understand all of this?!
Sure appriciate it!

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